boða

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See also: boda, Botha, bōda, and bódà

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boða (third person singular past indicative boðaði, third person plural past indicative boðað, supine boðað)

  1. to forebode, to preach, to proclaim

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Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

boða (weak verb, third-person singular past indicative boðaði, supine boðað)

  1. to proclaim, to announce
  2. to forebode, to portend
  3. to preach

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