gidde

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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From Danish gide, compare with Old Norse geta (get)

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gidde (imperative gidd, present tense gidder, passive giddes, simple past gadd, past participle giddet, present participle giddende)

  1. to bother to
  2. to like to

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Danish gide, compare with Old Norse geta (get)

Verb[edit]

gidde (present tense gidd, past tense gadd, past participle gidde, passive infinitive giddast, present participle giddande, imperative gidd)

  1. to bother to
  2. to like to

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