markaður

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse markaðr, marknaðr (market), from northern Old French markiet, from Old French marchié, from Latin mercātus (market). Cognate with Faroese marknaður, Danish marked, Norwegian Bokmål marked, Swedish marknad.

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markaður m (genitive singular markaðar or markaðs, nominative plural markaðir)

  1. market, marketplace, fair
  2. market (group of potential customers)
    Markaðurinn er mettaður.
    The market is saturated.

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