safn

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Icelandic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From safna, from Old Norse safna, a by-form of samna ‎(to collect, assemble), from Proto-Germanic *samnōną ‎(to gather, collect). More at sam.

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Noun[edit]

safn n ‎(genitive singular safns, nominative plural söfn)

  1. (institution) a museum
  2. a collection
  3. a flock of sheep syn.

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