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

Translation 1 - 61 of 61

IcelandicEnglish
óráðþæginn {adj}[not willing to accept the advice of others]
upplitsdjarfur {adj}confident [with the head held high]
upplitsdjarfur {adj}proud [with the head held high]
rauður {adj}red [of the color]
silfurlitaður {adj}silver [the color]
hins vegar {adv} {conj}whereas [while on the contrary]
Verbs
styrkja e-ð verði)to appreciate sth. [increase the value of]
fara um borðto board sth. [the train, the ship, the plane, etc.]
stíga um borðto board sth. [the train, the ship, the plane, etc.]
stjórna e-uto conduct sth. [direct the course of, manage, control]
affrysta e-ðto defrost sth. [e.g. the refrigerator]
orka e-ðto make sth. [have the energy to do]
koma upp [um sólina]to rise [the sun]
uppvarta e-n [þjóna til borðs]to serve sb. [at the table]
Nouns
ótta {kv} [gamalt] [kl. 3 morgni, markaði upphaf 2. eyktar sólarhringsins][3 o'clock in the morning]
aðalkirkja {kv}[chief part of the church]
beltisstaður {k}[place where the belt is located]
örverpi {hv}[the last egg laid by a bird]
landaf. öræfi {hv.ft}[the uninhabited part of Iceland]
stelling {kv}attitude [position of the body]
kjaftshögg {hv}blow [to the face]
dulsp. stjörnfr. Krabbinn {k}Cancer <♋> [constellation; sign of the zodiac; person born under this sign]
dulsp. eðlisfr. ljósvaki {k}ether [medium for the expansion of light]
dulsp. stjörnfr. Tvíburarnir {k.ft}Gemini <♊> [constellation, sign of the zodiac]
afabarn {hv}grandchild [of the grandfather]
afastelpa {kv}granddaughter [of the grandfather]
afastrákur {k}grandson [of the grandfather]
bróðursonur {k}nephew [son of the brother]
systursonur {k}nephew [son of the sister]
bróðurdóttir {kv}niece [daughter of the brother]
systurdóttir {kv}niece [daughter of the sister]
niðursetningur {k}pauper [paid for by the local government]
skynhrif {hv.ft}perception [of the senses]
árstíð {kv}season [of the year]
uppvörtun {kv}service [at the table]
ýlir {k} [annar mánuður vetrar í gamla norræna tímatalinu]Ýlir [the second month of winter according to the old Nordic calendar]
zeta {kv} [heiti bókstafsins z]zee [the letter z]
2 Words: Nouns
afasystir {kv}grand aunt [sister of the grandfather]
afabróðir {k}great uncle [brother of the grandfather]
fatn. fiskifr. klofstígvél {hv}hip waders [extending up to the mid-thigh]
sumarleyfisferð {kv}holiday trip [in the summer]
4 Words: Verbs
Unverified koma niður á [e-ð kemur niður á e-m]to bear the brunt of [sb. bears the brunt of sth.]
ganga í ættir [e-ð gengur í ættir]to run in the family [sth. runs in the family]
5+ Words: Others
við ársbyrjun {adv}at the beginning of the year
Hvað kosta miðar í sal?How much are the tickets in the stalls?
ef í hart fer {adv}if (the) worst comes to (the) worst
málshát. Morgunstund gefur gull í mund.It's the early bird that catches the worm.
Unverified utarlega í dalnum {adv}near the mouth of the valley
Það rofaði til eftir storminn.The clouds broke after the storm.
Mannfjöldinn leystist upp eftir leikinn.The crowd broke up after the game.
Veiðimennirnir brutust í gegnum undirgróðurinn.The hunters broke through the underbrush.
Hugmyndin gengur (í) gegnum verkið.The idea repeats itself throughout the work.
Vegurinn liggur bænum.The road leads up to the farm.
Ryðgað burðarvirkið gaf sig og olli því brúin hrundi.The rusted girders failed and caused the bridge to collapse.
Vatnsveitan virkaði ekki sem skyldi í þurrkinum.The water supply failed during the drought.
Öldurnar brotnuðu á ströndinni.The waves broke on the shore.
5+ Words: Verbs
Lykillinn gengur skránni.The key fits the lock.
ganga á hljóðiðto go in the direction of the sound
Unverified fara upp á fjalliðto go to the top of the mountain
5+ Words: Nouns
upphaflegir greiðsluskilmálar {k.ft} lánsinsthe original terms of payment of the loan
Fiction (Literature and Film)
bókm. F Ástríkur á GoðabakkaThe Mansions of the Gods
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