træl

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Danish thræl, from Old Norse þræll, from Proto-Germanic *þragilaz, *þrahilaz, *þrēhilaz, from the root *þreh-, *þreg-, *þrag- ‘to run’, from Proto-Indo-European *trāgʰ- (pull, drag, race, run).

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træl c (singular definite trællen, plural indefinite trælle)

  1. slave

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træl

  1. imperative of trælle

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Old Norse þræll.

Noun[edit]

træl m (definite singular trælen, indefinite plural trælar, definite plural trælane)

  1. slave, thrall.

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