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Dictionary Icelandic English: The Naked and the Dead

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Ryðgað burðarvirkið gaf sig og olli því brúin hrundi.The rusted girders failed and caused the bridge to collapse.
landaf. Dauðahaf {hv}(the) Dead Sea
trúarbr. hel {kv}realm of the dead
trúarbr. helja {kv} [hel]realm of the dead
fara um borðto board sth. [the train, the ship, the plane, etc.]
stíga um borðto board sth. [the train, the ship, the plane, etc.]
Öldurnar brotnuðu á ströndinni.The waves broke on the shore.
Vegurinn liggur bænum.The road leads up to the farm.
Veiðimennirnir brutust í gegnum undirgróðurinn.The hunters broke through the underbrush.
Það rofaði til eftir storminn.The clouds broke after the storm.
Mannfjöldinn leystist upp eftir leikinn.The crowd broke up after the game.
Hvað kosta miðar í sal?How much are the tickets in the stalls?
málshát. Morgunstund gefur gull í mund.It's the early bird that catches the worm.
Vatnsveitan virkaði ekki sem skyldi í þurrkinum.The water supply failed during the drought.
Unverified ganga í ættir [e-ð gengur í ættir]to run in the family [sth. runs in the family]
allsnakinn {adj}bar naked
strípaður {adj}bar naked
andaður {adj}dead
andvana {adj}dead
dáinn {adj}dead
dauður {adj}dead
örendur {adj}dead
Unverified ofurölvi {adj}dead drunk
örþreyttur {adj}dead tired
öskufullur {adj}dead drunk
þráðbeinn {adj}dead straight
dástaða {kv}dead point
dauðaþögn {kv}dead silence
skip stafalogn {hv}dead calm
steinhljóð {hv}dead silence
gras. ljósatvítönn {kv} [Lamium album]white dead-nettle
og {conj}and <&>
rauður {adj}red [of the color]
kjaftshögg {hv}blow [to the face]
silfurlitaður {k}silver [the color]
árstíð {kv}season [of the year]
öðru hverju {adv}now and then
öðru hvoru {adv}now and then
og öfugt {adv}and vice versa
aðalkirkja {kv}[chief part of the church]
beltisstaður {k}[place where the belt is located]
list blekteikning {kv}pen and ink drawing
bróðurdóttir {kv}niece [daughter of the brother]
bróðursonur {k}nephew [son of the brother]
feðgar {k.ft}father and son
feðgin {hv.ft}father and daughter
líffr. vistfr. lífríki {hv}plant and animal life
mæðgin {hv.ft}mother and son
mæðgur {kv.ft}mother and daughter
landaf. öræfi {hv.ft}[the uninhabited part of Iceland]
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