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IcelandicEnglish
hiðthe
hinthe
hinnthe
Nouns
æska {kv} [ungt fólk]the young
2 Words: Others
við (hið) {prep}at (the)
við (hina) {prep}at (the)
við (hinn) {prep}at (the)
við {pron}on (the)
það sama {pron}the same
3 Words: Others
og æ {adv}all the time
í bili {adv}at the moment
út fyrir endamörkbeyond the limit
út fyrir endamörkbeyond the line
út úr kortinubeyond the pale
meðan ég man {adv}by the way <BTW>
vel á minnst {adv}by the way <BTW>
vetri til {adv}during the winter
Unverified frá öndverðu {adv}from the beginning
eftir hádegi {adv}in the afternoon
í þágufalli {adv}in the dative
lokum {adv}in the end
á kvöldin {adv}in the evening
kvöldi {adv}in the evening
í kvöld {adv}in the evening
framanverðu {adv}in the front
um morguninn {adv}in the morning
Varið ykkur á dyrunum!Mind the doors!
til vinstri {adv}on the left
á vinstri hönd {adv}on the left
hægra megin {adv}on the right
Stöðvið þjófinn!Stop the thief!
orðtak kastar tólfunum!That's the limit!
Get ég fengið reikninginn!The bill please! [Br.]
Blaðran sprakk.The blister broke.
Vélin bilaði.The engine failed.
Stormurinn brast á.The storm broke.
Sjónvarpið bilaði.The television broke.
út í (ystu) æsar {adv}to the full
til vinstri {adv}to the left
á vinstri hönd {adv}to the left
hægra megin {adv}to the right
til hægri {adv}to the right
Hvað hangir á spýtunni?What's the catch?
3 Words: Verbs
tíðkastto be the custom
brjóta ísinnto break the ice
leysa úr álögumto break the spell
fella gengito devalue the currency
þvo þvottto do the laundry
gefa kettinum étato feed the cat
ratato find the way
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