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Icelandic-English translation for: water
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Dictionary Icelandic English: water

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IcelandicEnglish
NOUN1   water | -
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NOUN2   a water | waters
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VERB  to water | watered | watered ... 
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brynna e-uto water sth. [horses, cattle, etc.]
vatna e-uto water sth. [plants, animals]
garð. vökva e-ðto water sth. [plants]
Nouns
vatn {hv}water
2 Words: Others
vatnsblár {adj} [RAL 5021]water blue
vatnsgreiddur {adj}water combed
vatnsmikill {adj}water-abundant
vatnskældur {adj}water-cooled
vatnsheldur {adj}water-resistant
vatnsmikill {adj}water-rich
vatnshræddur {adj}water-shy
vatnsleysanlegur {adj}water-soluble
vatnslaus {adj}without water
2 Words: Verbs
kasta af sér vatnito make water
útvatna e-ð [óeiginl.]to water sth. down
þynna e-ðto water sth. down
2 Words: Nouns
skip kjölfestuvatn {hv}ballast water
baðvatn {hv}bath water
mat. kókosvatn {hv}coconut water
kælivatn {hv}cooling water
drykkjarvatn {hv}drinking water
neysluvatn {hv}drinking water
jarð. jökulvatn {hv}glacial water
trúarbr. vígsluvatn {hv}holy water
ísvatn {hv} [vatn kælt með ís]ice water
vatnsagi {k}melt water [in soil]
ölkelduvatn {hv}mineral water
sódavatn {hv}mineral water
mat. piss {hv} [talm.] [bragðlítill drykkur]piss water [coll.] [weak or tasteless drink, usually alcoholic]
saltvatn {hv}salt water
sjávarvatn {hv}sea water
sjór {k} [sjávarvatn]sea water
grunnsævi {hv}shallow water
jarð. jarðvatn {hv}soil water
lindarvatn {hv}spring water
vatn {hv} án kolsýrustill water
jarð. jarðvatn {hv}subsurface water
jarð. jarðvatn {hv}subterranean water
yfirborðsvatn {hv}surface water
kranavatn {hv}tap water
mat. tónik {hv}tonic (water)
vistfr. fráveituvatn {hv}waste water
íþr. vatnsleikfimi {kv}water aerobics
vistfr. vatnasvæði {hv}water area
vatnsuppistaða {kv}water basin
vatnsbað {hv}water bath
húsg. vatnsrúm {hv}water bed
rafm. hraðsuðuketill {k}water boiler
vatnsbrúsi {k}water bottle
vatnsflaska {kv}water bottle
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