læknir

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From Old Norse læknir (healer).

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læknir m (genitive singular læknis, nominative plural læknar)

  1. medical practitioner, doctor, MD

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Etymology[edit]

Altered from earlier *lækir under the influence of the verb lækna, from Proto-Germanic *lēkijaz.

Noun[edit]

læknir m (genitive læknis, dative lækni, plural læknar)

  1. (Old West Norse) healer

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