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Dictionary Icelandic English: bird ringing [esp Br]

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hringing {kv}ringing
grár {adj}grey [esp. Br.]
Unverified afborgun {kv}instalment [esp. Br.]
ökut. blöndungur {k}carburettor [esp. Br.]
gras. eggaldin {hv}aubergine [esp. Br.]
mennt. einkunn {kv}mark [esp. Br.]
íbúð {kv}flat [esp. Br.]
leiklist leikhús {hv}theatre [esp. Br.]
leiklist leiklist {kv}theatre [esp. Br.]
orlof {hv}holiday [esp. Br.]
rúta {kv}coach [esp. Br.]
sálfræði samskynjun {kv}synaesthesia [esp. Br.]
atv. skartgripasali {k}jeweller [esp. Br.]
smíðisgripur {k}artefact [esp. Br.]
innan um {prep}amongst [esp. Br.]
líffr. tæk. boðleið {kv}signalling pathway [esp. Br.]
læknisfr. heilaæxli {hv}brain tumour [esp. Br.]
fasteign kjallaraíbúð {kv}basement flat [esp. Br.]
leiklist Unverified leikfélag {hv}theatre company [esp. Br.]
leiklist vísindi leikhúsfræði {kv}theatre studies [esp. Br.]
öskuhaugur {k}rubbish dump [esp. Br.]
öskuhaugur {k}rubbish tip [esp. Br.]
risíbúð {kv}attic flat [esp. Br.]
mennt. skólafrí {hv}school holidays [esp. Br.]
slökkvilið {hv}fire brigade [esp. Br.]
atv. mennt. stærðf. stærðfræðikennari {k}maths teacher [esp. Br.]
leiklist þjóðleikhús {hv}national theatre [esp. Br.]
dýr læknisfr. hvítt blóðkorn {hv}leucocyte [esp. Br.]
rafm. jarðleiðari {k}earth conductor [esp. Br.] [IEC 60050]
strokleður {hv}rubber [esp. Br.] [for erasing pencil marks]
forvitnast um e-ðto enquire about sth. [esp. Br.]
fugl {k}bird
fuglabúr {hv}bird cage
fugladrit {hv}bird dung
fuglafóður {hv}bird feed
fuglafr. fuglasöngur {k}bird song
fuglafr. fuglategund {kv}bird species
fuglafr. kanarífugl {k}canary bird
fuglafr. kvenfugl {k}female bird
morgunhani {k}early bird
fuglafr. sjófugl {k}marine bird
fuglafr. sjófugl {k}sea bird
fuglafr. söngfugl {k}singing bird
fuglafr. staðfugl {k}resident bird
fuglafr. fuglshreiður {hv}bird's nest
gras. Unverified akurmaríuskór {k} [Lotus corniculatus](common) bird's-foot trefoil
gras. fjörumaríuskór {k} [Lotus angustissimus]slender bird's-foot trefoil
málshát. Morgunstund gefur gull í mund.It's the early bird that catches the worm.
landbún. {hv}livestock [esp. sheep]
fuglafr. hani {k}rooster [esp. Am.]
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