fleygur

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Icelandic[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Old Norse fleygr, from Proto-Germanic *flaugijaz. Compare Old English *flycge, attested in unflycge ‎(flightless) (English fledge ‎(able to fly)), Middle Low German vlugge, Old High German flucki (Middle High German vlücke).

Adjective[edit]

fleygur ‎(comparative fleygari, superlative fleygastur)

  1. able to fly; fledge, fledged
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Old Norse fleygr.

Noun[edit]

fleygur m ‎(genitive singular fleygs, nominative plural fleygar)

  1. wedge
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