klinikk

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Etymology[edit]

From German Klinik, from Late Latin clinicus (a bed-ridden person, one baptized on a sick-bed, a physician), from Ancient Greek κλινικός (klinikós, pertaining to a bed), from κλίνη (klínē, bed), from κλίνειν (klínein, to lean, incline), present active infinitive of κλίνω (klínō, to bend, slant), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱley- (lean), from *ḱléyti, from *ḱel- (to incline) + *-éyti (*éy-present suffix).

Noun[edit]

klinikk m (definite singular klinikken, indefinite plural klinikker, definite plural klinikkene)

  1. a clinic

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Klinik, from Ancient Greek κλινικός (klinikós)

Noun[edit]

klinikk m (definite singular klinikken, indefinite plural klinikkar, definite plural klinikkane)

  1. a clinic

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