snákur

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From the Old Norse snókr ‎(a snake) or snákr ‎(only in poetry; a snake), from Proto-Germanic *snakô; cognates include the Danish snog ‎(a snake), Swedish snok, English snake.

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snákur m ‎(genitive singular snáks, nominative plural snákar)

  1. a snake syn.

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