jordbær

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Danish[edit]

jordbær

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse jǫrðber, from Proto-Germanic *erþōbazją; equivalent to jord (earth, soil) + bær (berry), as the berries are close to the ground, cognate with Icelandic jarðarber, Old Swedish iordhbær, Old English eorþberiġe, Dutch aardbei, and German Erdbeere.

Noun[edit]

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jordbær n (singular definite jordbærret, plural indefinite jordbær)

  1. strawberry (fruit)

Inflection[edit]

Noun[edit]

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jordbær c (singular definite jordbærren, plural indefinite jordbær)

  1. (botany) strawberry

Inflection[edit]

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse jǫrðber, from Proto-Germanic *erþōbazją; equivalent to jord +‎ bær; cognate with Icelandic jarðarber, Old Swedish iordhbær, Old English eorþberiġe, Dutch aardbei, and German Erdbeere.

Pronunciation[edit]

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Noun[edit]

jordbær n (definite singular jordbæret, indefinite plural jordbær, definite plural jordbæra or jordbærene)

  1. a strawberry (plant and fruit)

Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse jǫrðber, from Proto-Germanic *erþōbazją; equivalent to jord +‎ bær; cognate with Icelandic jarðarber, Old Swedish iordhbær, Old English eorþberiġe, Dutch aardbei, and German Erdbeere.

Noun[edit]

jordbær n (definite singular jordbæret, indefinite plural jordbær, definite plural jordbæra)

  1. a strawberry (plant and fruit)