gregorsmess

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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From Gregor (Gregory) +‎ messe (mass). The Gregory in question is Pope Gregory I (c. 540–604).

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gregorsmess f or m (definite singular gregorsmessa or gregorsmessen, indefinite plural gregorsmesser, definite plural gregorsmessene)

  1. Feast of Saint Gregory the Great (March 12)

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Gregor (Gregory) +‎ messe (mass). The Gregory in question is Pope Gregory I (c. 540–604).

Noun[edit]

gregorsmess f (definite singular gregorsmessa, indefinite plural gregorsmesser, definite plural gregorsmessene)

  1. Feast of Saint Gregory the Great (March 12)

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