flærð

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Icelandic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse flærð (falsehood; deceit). Compare Old English fleard (trifles; trifling), Scots flird, English flirt.

Noun[edit]

flærð f (genitive singular flærðar, nominative plural flærðir)

  1. deceit, craftiness

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