fej

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Danish[edit]

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From Old Norse feigr (near to death) and German feig (cowardly).

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fej (neuter fejt, definite and plural feje, comparative fejere, superlative fejest)

  1. cowardly
  2. unfair, mean

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Hungarian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From (head, main)

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Noun[edit]

fej (plural fejek)

  1. head

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fej

  1. to milk

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