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SYNO   i.e. | id est | ie
SEE ALSO  ie
nefnilega {adv}that is to say <i.e.> [namely, viz]
í vanþökk e-s {adv}against sb.'s will
í viðurvist e-s {adv}in the presence of sb.
í þágu e-s {adv}in the interest of sb./sth.
það er {adv} <þ.e.>that is <i.e.>
Partial Matches
argast e-m)to scold (sb.)
atast í e-mto harass sb.
atast í e-uto toil at sth.
atast í e-uto to work with / on sth.
æfast í e-uto get training in sth.
bjóða í eto make a bid for sth.
ganga í e [framkvæma]to get sth. done
grufla í e-u [að velta fyrir sér]to brood over sth.
hnippa í e-nto nudge sb. [push to gain attention or give a signal]
hnjóða í e-nto asperse sb. [to calumniate]
hnjóða í e-nto cast a slur on sb.
involvera e-n e) [talm.]to involve sb. (in sth.)
jagast í e-m [talm.]to nudge sb. [sl.: annoy persistently]
juða í e-mto importune sb.
juða í e-mto nag sb.
kveikja í e-uto set sth. on fire [burn sth.]
í eto get sth.
í eto go and get sth.
í e-nto get hold of sb.
narta í eto nibble sth.
narta í eto nibble at sth.
narta í e-nto backbite sb.
nauða í e-mto importune sb.
nauða í e-mto keep after sb.
Unverified núa e-u í eto rub sth. into sth.
Unverified nudda í e-m [nauða]to importune sb.
Unverified nudda í e-m [nauða]to nag sb.
pæla í e-uto study sth.
pæla í e-uto be into sth.
pæla í e-uto think about sth.
pjakka e)to peck (sth.)
pjakka e)to tap (sth.) [strike gently]
pota e-u í eto prod sth. into sth. else
pota e-u í eto tuck sth. into sth. else
pota í e-nto nudge sb.
pota í e-nto prod sb.
pota í e-n/eto poke at sb./sth.
rykkja í eto jerk sth. [pull abruptly]
taka í eto pull at sth.
taka í e-nto give sb. a thorough shaking
umbreytast í eto turn into sth.
vafstra í e-uto be active in sth.
vasast í e-uto meddle in sth.
vasast í e-uto be busy doing sth.
vasast í e-uto stick one's nose into sth.
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