romjul

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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From Old Norse rúmheilagr (that needs not adhere strictly to legal proscriptions for a holiday) + jól (Christmas)

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Noun[edit]

romjul f, m (definite singular romjula or romjulen, indefinite plural romjuler, definite plural romjulene)

  1. The period between Boxing Day and New Year's Eve.

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse rúmheilagr (that needs not adhere strictly to legal proscriptions for a holiday) + jól (Christmas)

Noun[edit]

romjul f (definite singular romjula, indefinite plural romjuler, definite plural romjulene)

  1. The period between Boxing Day and New Year's Eve.

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