utgang

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse útgangr, from Proto-Germanic *ūtgangaz. Equivalent to ut +‎ gang

Noun[edit]

utgang m (definite singular utgangen, indefinite plural utganger, definite plural utgangene)

  1. exit, way out (to be used by pedestrians).
  2. end, conclusion
  3. (card games) A move which causes the player to finish, e.g. by passing a certain amount of points.

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old Norse útgangr, from Proto-Germanic *ūtgangaz. Equivalent to ut +‎ gang

Noun[edit]

utgang m (definite singular utgangen, indefinite plural utgangar, definite plural utgangane)

  1. exit, way out (to be used by pedestrians).
  2. end, conclusion
  3. (card games) A move which causes the player to finish, e.g. by passing a certain amount of points.

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Old English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Germanic *ūtgangaz. Equivalent to ūt- +‎ gang.

Noun[edit]

ūtgang m (nominative plural ūtgangas)

  1. A going out, departure, exit, end, conclusion.
  2. Where anything comes out.
  3. That which comes out of the body, shite, excrement, evacuation.

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