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Icelandic-English translation for: [or]
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Dictionary Icelandic English: [or]

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veðurfr. veðurglöggur {adj}[skilled in foreseeing the changes or state of the weather]
albanskur {adj}Albanian [of or pertaining to Albania]
niðurbrotinn {adj} {past-p}broken [overwhelmed with sorrow or disappointment]
útfylltur {adj}completed [a form or questionnaire]
þurrausinn {adj} {past-p}depleted [emptied out or exhausted]
[sem einkennist af óðagoti, írafári eða æðibunugangi] {adj}hectic [characterized by intense activity, confusion, or haste]
litaður {adj}hued [archaic or poet.]
þunnur {adj} [lélegur]poor [in content or quality]
nærstaddur {adj}present [at a location or event]
nærverandi {adj} [gamaldags]present [at a location or event]
viðstaddur {adj}present [at a location or event]
þaðan í frá {adv}thenceforth [archaic or literary]
fúlskeggjaður {adj} [órakaður]unshaved [for a week or so]
hvert {adv} {conj}whither [archaic or literary]
þangað {adv} {conj}whither [archaic or literary]
veita e-ð [sakramenti og þ.h.]to administer sth. [give or apply in a formal way]
dýr garð. líffr. kynbæta e-ðto breed sth. [to produce by mating or cause to reproduce]
krefjast e-sto claim sth. [demand ownership or right]
útfylla e-ðto complete sth. [a form or questionnaire]
þurrausa e-ðto deplete sth. [empty out or exhaust]
segja e-u upp [áskrift]to discontinue sth. [a newspaper or periodical]
faðmastto embrace [two or more people]
fallast í faðmato embrace [two or more people]
hafa ánægju af e-uto enjoy sth. [take delight or pleasure in sth.]
sverfa e-ðto file sth. [smooth or shape with a file]
fúska [niðr.]to fudge [make or adjust in a false or clumsy way]
fúaverja e-ðto impregnate sth. [soak or saturate sth. with a substance]
vatnsverja e-ðto impregnate sth. [soak or saturate sth. with a substance]
hnippa í e-nto nudge sb. [push to gain attention or give a signal]
ýta við e-mto nudge sb. [push to gain attention or give a signal]
ágerastto progress [increase in scope or severity]
innkalla e-ðto recall sth. [for repair or replacement]
þylja e-ð upp [skv. minni, oft án fulls skilnings]to regurgitate sth. [give back or repeat, esp. something not fully understood]
þarfnast e-sto require sb./sth. [need or depend on]
krafsa [skrifa illa]to scratch [write or draw akwardly]
Unverified kastast tilto shift [alter position or place]
frussato spit [when laughing or talking]
sikksakka [fara í bugðum]to zigzag [proceed in a zigzag line or course]
landaf. áll {k}[a deep groove in the bottom of a body of water or the sea]
félagsfr saga ómagi {k}[a person who is unable to support himself due to his youth, old age or illness]
goðafr. álfaborg {kv}[a rock or cliffs sheltering elves]
veisluspjöll {hv.ft}[an act that ruins or disrupts a party]
afmælisgrein {kv}[an article in a book, magazine or newspaper written on the occasion of someone's birthday]
landbún. jarðbönn {hv.ft}[land that is covered by ice or snow and is therefore unsuitable for grazing]
landbún. jarðleysa {kv}[land that is covered by ice or snow and is therefore unsuitable for grazing]
líffærafr. aflvöðvi {k}[large muscle in the arm or leg]
mat. vatnsbland {hv}[liquid or drink consisting mainly of water]
stjórn. þingfulltrúi {k}[person who is entitled to attend an association meeting or congress]
árefti {hv}[planks or stones placed on the beams of a traditional peat farm, supporting the peat of the roof]
mál. þágufallssýki {kv}[the tendency to misuse the dative instead of the accusative or nominative]
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