legeme

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse lík(h)ami, lík(h)amr, from Proto-Germanic *līkahamô, cognate with Swedish lekamen, German Leichnam (dead body), Dutch lichaam.

Pronunciation[edit]

IPA(key): /lɛːɣəmə/, [ˈlɛːɪmə], [ˈlɛːmə]

Noun[edit]

legeme n (singular definite legemet, plural indefinite legemer)

  1. (formal) body (of animals, including humans)
    Synonym: krop
  2. (algebra) field
  3. (physics) body
    Den vil ikke rotere som et stift legeme.
    It will not rotate as a rigid body.

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Norwegian Wikipedia has an article on:
Wikipedia no

Etymology[edit]

From Danish legeme; compare with Old Norse líkami

Noun[edit]

legeme n (definite singular legemet, indefinite plural legemer, definite plural legema or legemene)

  1. a body (human or animal, alive or dead)
  2. also a body in other senses.

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