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Dictionary Icelandic English: head

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IcelandicEnglish
NOUN   a head | heads
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VERB  to head | headed | headed ... 
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aðal- {prefix}head
aðal- {adj}head
Nouns
höfuð {hv}
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head [Caput]
yfirskrift {kv} [bókagerð]head [book production]
2 Words: Nouns
mat. þorskhaus {k}cod head
tæk. strokklok {hv}cylinder head
fjölskyldufaðir {k}family head
gras. mat. höfuðkál {hv}head cabbage
atv. mat. yfirmatreiðslumaður {k}head chef
atv. mat. yfirkokkur {k}head chef [maitre de cuisine]
atv. mat. yfirmatreiðslumaður {k}head cook
líffærafr. höfuðlag {hv}head form
aðalskrifstofa {kv}head office
læknisfr. yfirlæknir {k}head physician
aðalbækistöð {kv}head quarter
tón. falsetta {kv}head register
forskot {hv}head start
fjár. nefskattur {k}head tax
mennt. yfirkennari {k}head teacher
aðalfyrirsögn {kv}head title
tón. falsetta {kv}head voice
atv. mat. yfirþjónn {k}head waiter
veðurfr. andviðri {hv}head wind
mótvindur {k}head wind
fallhæð {kv}hydraulic head
eldspýtuhaus {k}match head
íþr. pútter {k}putter head
tölvufr. leshaus {k}read head
sturtuhaus {k}shower head
3 Words: Verbs
endastingastto fall head first
vera niðurlúturto hang one's head
hrista höfuðiðto shake one's head [idiom]
3 Words: Nouns
atv. deildarstjóri {k}head of department
stjórn. þjóðarleiðtogi {k}head of state
stjórn. þjóðhöfðingi {k}head of state
4 Words: Verbs
jafnhatta e-uto lift sth. over one's head
jafnhenda e-uto lift sth. over one's head
kerrato tilt the head back
4 Words: Nouns
landaf. dalbotn {k}head of the valley
5+ Words: Verbs
veita e-u forstöðuto be at the head of sth.
bera ægishjálm yfir e-nto be head and shoulders above sb.
innito get a roof over one's head
eiga ekki þak yfir höfuðiðto have no roof over one's head
veðrast upp við hrósto let praise go to one's head
leggja til höfuð e-mto put a price on sb.'s head
fara með öfugmælito turn the truth on its head
5+ Words: Nouns
fjár. aðalbanki {k}head office (of a bank)
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
gras. T
gras. T
gras. T
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