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falla

See also fälla, and fålla

Faroese

falla, v
number singular plural
person first second third all
Indicative eg hann / hon
tað
vit, tit,
teir / tær / tey
tygum
Present falli fellur fellur falla
Past fall
(fell)
fall/falst
(fell)
fall
(fell)
fullu
Imperative tit
Present — fall ! — fallið !
Infinitive falla
Pres. part. fallandi
Past part. a34 fallin
Supine fallið

Verb

falla

  1. to fall



Icelandic

Etymology

Old Norse

Verb

falla (fell; féll, féllu, fallið)

  1. to fall
  2. to be killed in battle or action
  3. to flow
  4. to fit closely, to shut tight, to meet
  5. to like

Derived terms

  • falla allur ketill í eld
  • falla um
  • falla um koll
  • falla í gleymsku
  • falla ekki (to not like something)
    Mér fellur þetta ekki.
    I don't like this.
  • falla vel við (to like somebody)
    Mér fellur vel við hann.
    I like him.
  • falla þungt (to be grieved by something)
    Mér fellur þetta þungt.
    This grieves me.
  • fallast
  • fallast á
  • fallast hendur
  • fallinn m., fallin f., fallið
  • vera vel til fallið (to be a good idea)
  • falla á prófi (to fail an exam)
  • falla að (of the tide; to be coming in)
  • falla frá
  • falla í gjalddaga
  • falla í kosningum
  • falla í stafi
  • falla í skaut
  • falla niður
  • fall
  • falla eins og flís við rass

Italian

Noun

falla f. (plural falle)

  1. leak

Spanish

Etymology

Vulgar Latin falla

Noun

falla (plaural fallas) f.

  1. A flaw.
  2. A failure.
  3. An outage, such as a blackout.
  4. (geology) A fault.

Swedish

Conjugations of falla
Infinitive falla
Present tense faller
Past tense föll
Supine fallit
Imperative fall
Present participle fallande
Past participle fallen

Pronunciation

Verb

falla

  1. fall
  2. die; especially in a battle

Synonyms

fall
die

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