nenormāls

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From ne- +‎ normāls (normal).

Adjective[edit]

nenormāls (definite nenormālais, comparative nenormālāks, superlative visnenormālākais, adverb nenormāli)

  1. abnormal, unusual (not corresponding to something generally accepted, regular, unproblematic, well-known)
    nenormālas attiecībasabnormal relations
    nenormāla attīstībaabnormal development
    nenormāls stāvoklisabnormal state
  2. abnormal (not corresponding to a norm, to expectations)
    nenormālas asinsspiediensabnormal blood pressure
  3. abnormal (having psychological problems, not psychologically healthy, insane)
    ārsts atzina viņu par nenormālu — the doctor found him insane

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