hugge

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse hǫggva, from Proto-Germanic *hawwaną (to hew, forge), from Proto-Indo-European *kowə- (to beat, hew, forge).

Verb[edit]

hugge (imperative hug, infinitive at hugge, present tense hugger, past tense huggede, perfect tense har hugget)

  1. To cut, to hack, to slash
  2. To pinch, to steal, snatch

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Danish hugge, from Old Norse hǫggva

Verb[edit]

hugge (imperative hugg, present tense hugger, passive hugges, simple past hugget or hugde or hugg, past participle hugget or hugd, present participle huggende)

  1. alternative form of hogge

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