hopa

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hopa ‎(weak verb, third-person singular past indicative hopaði, supine hopað)

  1. to retreat, to fall back
  2. to recede
    Jökullinn hefur hopað.
    The glacier has receded.

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hopa m ‎(genitive singular hopa, nominative plural hopaí)

  1. hop (cone)

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Late shortened form of tōhopa.

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hopa m ‎(nominative plural hopan)

  1. hope

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hopa ‎(present hopar, preterite hopade, supine hopat, imperative hopa)

  1. to row backwards
  2. (transitive) to gather, to collect (in a pile); to pile up
  3. (reflexive) to gather, to pile up; as of dark clouds or problems
    Svarta skyar hopar sig vid horisonten och lovar svår storm.
    Black clouds gather at the horizon and promise a severe storm.

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