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aðeins {adv}only
allur {adj}all
alveg {adv} [til áherslu]indeed [intensifier]
laus {adj}loose
appelsínugulur {adj}orange [color]
ábyrgur {adj}responsible
alvörugefinn {adj}serious
ábyggilega {adv}surely
fyrir {adv}already
frábær {adj}awesome [Am.] [coll.]
nákvæmlega {adv}exactly
glaður {adj}glad
hjálparlaus {adj}helpless
íslenskur {adj}Icelandic
veikur {adj}ill
gamall {adj}old
-laus {suffix}-less [free of something]
-legur {suffix}-ly
[ég] afnem[I] abolish
afþyrstur {adj} [gamalt][no longer thirsty]
óráðþæginn {adj}[not willing to accept the advice of others]
veðurfr. veðurglöggur {adj}[skilled in foreseeing the changes or state of the weather]
[þeir/þær/þau] mega[they] may [are permitted / can possibly]
[vér/við] megum[we] may [are permitted / can possibly]
mál. Unverified flámæltur {adj}[which has a pronunciation where the closed vowels are opened]
landbún. fjárglöggur {adj}[who has the eye to distinguish between sheep]
valllendur {adj}[with a dry, smooth and dense surface]
[þið] eruð[you] are [plural]
[þér/þið] megið[you] may [are permitted / can possibly]
[þú] mátt[you] may [are permitted / can possibly]
[þið] sverjið[you] swear [plural]
[óákv. grein án samsvörunar í íslensku]a
fyrsta flokks {adj}A1 [coll.]
aftan til {adv}abaft
skömmustulegur {adj}abashed
smánarlegur {adj}abashed
kviðar- {adj}abdominal
andstyggilegur {adj}abhorrent [vile]
líflaus {adj}abiotic
fyrirlitlegur {adj}abject
alelda {adj}ablaze
dugandi {adj}able
fær {adj}able
nýtur {adj}able
afbrigðilegur {adj}abnormal
óeðlilegur {adj}abnormal
aflagður {adj} {past-p}abolished
herfilegur {adj} [slæmur]abominable
viðurstyggilegur {adj}abominable
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