medisin

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin medicina

Noun[edit]

medisin m (definite singular medisinen, indefinite plural medisiner, definite plural medisinene)

  1. a medicine (substance which promotes healing)
  2. (uncountable) medicine (science)

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin medicina

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Noun[edit]

medisin m (definite singular medisinen, indefinite plural medisinar, definite plural medisinane)

  1. a medicine, medication (substance which promotes healing)
    • 1883, Arne Garborg, Bondestudentar:
      Doktoren sagde det var Lungebrand. Dei skulde ha hentat han fyrr; no var her ingenting aa gjera. Han skreiv upp nokot Medisin, murrad og reiste.
      The doctor said it was pneumonia. They should have fetched him sooner; now there was nothing to do. He prescribed some medicine, grumbled and left.
  2. (uncountable) medicine (science)
    • 1883, Arne Garborg, Bondestudentar:
      Markus Olivarius studerad "Jus, Filologi, Teologi, Medisin med fleire Vitenskapar" og "kunde alt, som andre ikkje kunde []
      Markus Olivarius studied "law, philology, theology, medicine and other sciences" and "knew everything that others did not know []

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