ljota

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse hljóta.

Verb[edit]

ljota ‎(present tense lyt, past tense laut, past participle lote, passive infinitive ljotast, present participle ljotande, imperative ljot)

  1. have to, must
    Dei tok ikkje med seg nok nista, dimed laut dei snu.
    They did not bring enough provisions; thus they had to return.

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