fasan

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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From Ancient Greek φασιανός ‎(phasianós).

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fasan m ‎(definite singular fasanen, indefinite plural fasaner, definite plural fasanene)

  1. a pheasant

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek φασιανός ‎(phasianós).

Noun[edit]

fasan m ‎(definite singular fasanen, indefinite plural fasanar, definite plural fasanane)

  1. a pheasant

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Scottish Gaelic[edit]

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fasan m ‎(genitive singular fasain, plural fasanan)

  1. fashion
    A bheil gorm san fhasan no às an fhasan am bliadhna? ― Is blue in fashion or out of fashion this year?

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Swedish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Spelled phasshan by Risingh in 1671, pluralized as phasanter by Asteropherus in 1609. Borrowing from German Fasan, from Latin phāsiānus, from Ancient Greek φασιανός (ὄρνις) ‎(phasianós (órnis), bird of the river Φᾶσις ‎(Phâsis)).

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fasan c

  1. pheasant (a bird of family Phasianidae, often hunted for food)
  2. definite singular of fasa

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Noun[edit]

fasan ‎(plural fasans)

  1. pheasant (bird family Phasianidae)

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