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falla

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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


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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