kaup

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Estonian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Noun[edit]

kaup (genitive kauba, partitive kaupa)

  1. goods, merchandise

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Icelandic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse kaup, derived from the verb kaupa (modern Icelandic kaupa).

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Noun[edit]

kaup n (genitive singular kaups, nominative plural kaup)

  1. (usually plural only) trade, business, dealings, deal
  2. (plural only) the act of buying; purchase
  3. (often plural) agreement (plan and conditions agreed upon after negotiation)
  4. (singular only) money given in return for work; wages, salary, pay
  5. (singular only) payment

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  • kaupa (to buy, purchase)