skratta

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skratt +‎ -a, used since 1561, cognate with Danish skratte ‎(to rattle, to make noise), related to an obsolete Swedish word skrata (to scare away by making noise).

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skratta ‎(present skrattar, preterite skrattade, supine skrattat, imperative skratta)

  1. to laugh

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