gneldre

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From gnelle (emit a sharp sound, whine), from Old Norse gnella.

Verb[edit]

gneldre (imperative gneldr or gneldre, present tense gneldrer, passive gneldres, simple past and past participle gneldra or gneldret, present participle gneldrende)

  1. to bark loudly and aggressively
  2. to whine and complain

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From gnelle (emit a sharp sound, whine), from Old Norse gnella.

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Verb[edit]

gneldre (present tense gneldrar, past tense gneldra, past participle gneldra, passive infinitive gneldrast, present participle gneldrande, imperative gneldre/gneldr)

  1. to bark loudly and aggressively
  2. to whine and complain

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