tøj

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See also: тој, той, and -той

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Low German tüg (tool, clothes), from Proto-Germanic *teugą (stuff, gear, device), Proto-Germanic *teugą, *tiugiją (stuff, gear, device). Cognates include English toy and German Zeug (stuff, gear, fabric).

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

tøj n (singular definite tøjet, plural indefinite tøjer)

  1. fabric, material
  2. (uncountable) cloth, clothes, clothing
    only in compounds:
  3. tool, mechanism
  4. means of transport, mode of transport
  5. body part with a certain function
  6. articles of everyday use
  7. material for knitting, needle work and such
  8. something unpleasant

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Descendants[edit]

  • Faroese: toy n