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víma f (genitive singular vímu, nominative plural vímur)

  1. an intoxication, a high, an euphoria
    • the article Kannabis (hass, maríhúana, hassolía) on doktor.is
      Hin eiginlega víma byrjar litlu síðar. Þá finnur neytandinn ró og vellíðan og höfgi færist yfir hann.
      The actual high starts a little later. The user then becomes calm and filled with a sense of well-being, and starts feeling drowsiness.


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