lyda

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See also: Lyda and lýða

Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology 1[edit]

From Old Norse hljóða (sound).

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Verb[edit]

lyda (present tense lyder, past tense lydde, past participle lydd or lydt, present participle lydande, imperative lyd)

  1. to produce sound

Etymology 2[edit]

From Old Norse hlýða (obey).

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Verb[edit]

lyda (present tense lyder, past tense lydde, past participle lydd or lydt, present participle lydande, imperative lyd)

  1. to listen
  2. to obey, be obedient
    Det kan vera vanskeleg å få barn til å lyda.
    It can be hard to make children be obedient.
  3. to sound (sound like something)
    Det lyder rart.
    That sounds strange.

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Swedish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Swedish lyþa, from Old Norse hlýða, from Proto-Germanic *hliuþijaną.

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Verb[edit]

lyda

  1. to obey
    en god hund lyder sin husbondes röst
    a good dog obeys its master's voice
  2. to sound, to be worded, to have a wording
    den nya lagen lyder som följer
    the new law has the following wording

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