lengd

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From Old Norse lengd, from Proto-Germanic *langiþō.

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lengd f (genitive singular lengdar, nominative plural lengdir)

  1. (of an area or space) length
  2. height
  3. (time) length, duration
  4. (mathematics) modulus (absolute value of a complex number)

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse lengd.

Noun[edit]

lengd f (definite singular lengda, indefinite plural lengder, definite plural lengdene)

  1. length (of an area or space)
    Kva er lengda til dette trestykket?
    What is the length of this piece of wood?
  2. length (time)
    Lengda på dagane vert kortare.
    The length of the days is shortening.

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