fullborda

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Old Swedish fulbordha, from Middle Low German vulborden, based on the noun vulbort (full board, a ship built to completion). The Old Swedish fulbordha was both a verb and adjective, still used as an adjective in the 1526 Bible translation (2 Timothy 3:17; James 1:17), but in the 1703 translation changed to fulbordad (past participle of the verb).

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fullborda

  1. to make complete, to finish

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