normāls

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Latvian[edit]

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From norma ‎(norm) +‎ -āls. Probably not derived as such in Latvian, but borrowed and adapted from another European language.

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normāls (def. normālais, comp. normālāks, sup. visnormālākais; adv. normāli)

  1. normal (corresponding to something generally accepted, regular, unproblematic, well-known)
    normālas attiecībasnormal relations
    normāla augu attīstībanormal plant development
  2. normal (corresponding to a norm, to expectations)
    normāls asinsspiediensnormal blood pressure
    normāls ķermeņa svarsnormal body weight
    normāls pulssnormal pulse
    normāls izmērsnormal size
    normāls spiediensnormal pressure
    normāla darba dienanormal workday (i.e., 7 hours)
  3. normal (psychologically healthy)
    likās, ka viņš nebija normāls — it seems that he was normal

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