dømme

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See also: domme and -dømme

Danish[edit]

Verb[edit]

dømme (imperative døm, infinitive at dømme, present tense dømmer, past tense dømte, perfect tense har dømt)

  1. judge (in a court)
  2. judge (form a negative opinion of)

Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse dœma, dǿma.

Verb[edit]

dømme (imperative døm, present tense dømmer, passive dømmes, simple past dømte, past participle dømt, present participle dømmende)

  1. to judge
  2. to sentence (someone) (in a court)
  3. (by a referee) to award (a free kick, penalty kick)

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Verb[edit]

dømme (present tense dømmer, past tense dømde or dømte, past participle dømt, present participle dømmande, imperative døm)

  1. Alternative form of døma