morken

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse morkinn

Adjective[edit]

morken (masculine and feminine morken, neuter morkent, definite singular and plural morkne)

  1. decayed, decaying, rotting
  2. brittle (ice)

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse morkinn.

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Noun[edit]

morken (masculine and feminine morken, neuter morke or morkent, definite singular and plural morkne, comparative morknare, indefinite superlative morknast, definite superlative morknaste)

  1. rotting, half rotten, weakened by rot (especially of wood or similar materials)
    Treverket i taket var morke og måtte bytast ut.
    The timber in the roof was weakened by rot and had to be replaced.

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