klæde

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Danish[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

From Old Danish klæthæ, from Old Norse klæði, likely from Old Frisian klāth, klēth.

Noun[edit]

klæde n (singular definite klædet, plural indefinite klæder)

  1. cloth
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Etymology 2[edit]

From Old Norse klæða.

Verb[edit]

klæde ‎(imperative klæd, infinitive at klæde, present tense klæder, past tense klædte, perfect tense har klædt)

  1. suit, become; be befitting for
    Kjolen klæder hende.
    The dress suits her.
    Sådan en opførsel klæder dig ikke.
    Such behaviour does not become you.
  2. to dress, to equip clothes

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