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Icelandic-English translation for: vor+nichts+niemandem+haltmachen+Halt+machen
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Dictionary Icelandic English: vor nichts niemandem haltmachen Halt machen

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vor {hv}spring [season]
gras. vör {kv}labellum
vör {kv}lip
í vor {adv}next spring
í vor {adv}this spring
líffærafr. efri vör {kv}upper lip
líffærafr. neðri vör {kv}lower lip
veðurfr. vor {hv} í loftibalminess
í vor sem leið {adv}last spring
skip vör {kv} [endingarstaður fyrir báta]landing (stage)
Það er vor í lofti.Spring is in the air.
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