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Dictionary Icelandic English: I felt somewhat intimidated by the amount of work

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Hugmyndin gengur (í) gegnum verkið.The idea repeats itself throughout the work.
fjárhæð {kv}amount (of money)
í viðurvist e-s {adv}in the presence of sb.
í þágu e-s {adv}in the interest of sb./sth.
Í sögunni segir frá tveim bræðrum.The story tells of two brothers.
starfsreynsla {kv}experience of work
starfssvið {hv}scope of work
vinnustaður {k}place of work
starfsskilyrði {hv.ft}conditions of work
Ég engin merki um sorg á andliti syrgjandans.I saw no evidence of grief on the mourner's face.
Ég í...I live in ...
meðan ég man {adv}by the way <BTW>
vel á minnst {adv}by the way <BTW>
Unverified hafa mikið viðto put a lot of work into sth.
bjargsig {hv}descent of a cliff face by rope (to collect eggs)
ögn {adv}somewhat
vefn. filt {hv}felt
jafnan {adv}most of the time
Útilokað!Out of the question!
læknisfr. æðakölkun {kv}hardening of the arteries
afturelding {kv}break of the day
ársbyrjun {kv}beginning of the year
landaf. dalbotn {k}head of the valley
Unverified fjölskylduvinur {k}friend of the family
trúarbr. hel {kv}realm of the dead
stjórn. innanríkisráðherra {k}minister of the interior
landshluti {k}part of the country
morgunsár {hv}prime of the day
skip öldudalur {k}trough of the sea
rúmbrík {kv}edge of the bed
trúarbr. sáttmálsörkin {kv}Ark of the Covenant
sjávarniður {k}sound of the sea
sólargangur {k}path of the sun
Unverified tíðarandi {k}spirit of the times
vikudagur {k}day of the week
Völuspá {kv}prophecy of the seeress
Unverified aldamót {hv.ft}turn of the century
aldaskil {hv.ft}turn of the century
áramót {hv.ft}turn of the year
trúarbr. helja {kv} [hel]realm of the dead
leikregla {kv}rule of the game [fig.]
leikreglur {kv.ft}rules of the game
íþr. leikslok {hv.ft}end of the game
mánaðamót {hv.ft}end of the month
ófærð {kv}bad state of the roads
stjórns. ríkisskattstjóri {k}Commissioner of the Inland Revenue
rúmstokkur {k}the side of a bed
stríðsár {hv.ft}years of (the) war
læknisfr. þvagfærasýking {kv}infection of the urinary tract
stjörnfr. möndull {k} jarðaraxis of the earth
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