torræður

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Etymology[edit]

From tor- ‎(difficult, hard) +‎ ræður ‎(understood)

Adjective[edit]

torræður ‎(comparative torræð, superlative torrætt)

  1. obscure, difficult to grasp, cryptic, intangible, enigmatic, oracular, unclear
    Torrætt kvæði.
    An intangible poem.
    Torrætt letur.
    An unclear font.
  2. (mathematics) transcendental, transcendent

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