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Icelandic-English translation for: mid-January
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Dictionary Icelandic English: mid January

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NOUN   mid-January | -
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þjóðhfr. þorri {k}fourth month of winter [from mid-January to mid-February]
Partial Matches
fatn. fiskifr. klofstígvél {hv}hip waders [extending up to the mid-thigh]
þjóðhfr. þrettándabrenna {kv}[bonfire burning in the evening on Holy Trinity (January 6 to say goodbye to Christmas)]
goðafr. álfabrenna {kv}[bonfire party on New Year's Eve and Holy Trinity Day (January 6)]
mynt túrkmenskt manat {hv}Turkmenistani manat <TMT, m> [new manat from 1 January 2009]
 
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