selge

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Estonian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Finnic *selkedä.

Adjective[edit]

selge (genitive selge, partitive selget)

  1. clear, unmuddled
    Tiigis seisab selge vesi.
    The pond has clear water.
  2. clear, legible, readable; easily seen, heard or sensed
    Tal on ilus selge käekiri.
    He has nice legible handwriting.
  3. obvious, evident
    Neil on selge võit käes ju.
    They have an obvious victory.
  4. understandable, clear, plain
    Selges kirjas öeldakse ju, et rahad kaovad.
    It's written in plain text that the money is gonna vanish.
  5. of sound mind, rational, sane, lucid
    Ta räägib veel selget juttu.
    He's still speaking rationally. (lit. "He's still speaking sound talk")

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse selja (sell), from Proto-Germanic *saljaną.

Verb[edit]

selge (imperative selg, present tense selger, passive selges, simple past solgte, past participle solgt, present participle selgende)

  1. to sell (to agree to transfer goods or provide services in return for payment)

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