kölna

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Previously also spelled kiölna, kjölna, and the noun inflected kölnen, kölner. From Old Swedish kølna, cognate with Danish kølle, English kiln, Old Norse kylna, Old English cyln, from Latin culina ‎(a portable stove). The verb has been used since 1706 (to kindle a fire) and 1873 (to dry malt).

Noun[edit]

kölna c

  1. an oast, a kiln; a room or building for drying malt and hop

Declension[edit]

Inflection of kölna 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative kölna kölnan kölnor kölnorna
Genitive kölnas kölnans kölnors kölnornas

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Verb[edit]

kölna ‎(present kölnar, preterite kölnade, supine kölnat, imperative kölna)

  1. to dry (malt or hop) (in a kiln)
    Malten kölnades över öppen eld
    The malt was dried over an open fire
  2. (dialect) to light a fire in a fireplace, to kindle a fire

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