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fleygur

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Icelandic

Pronunciation

Etymology 1

From Old Norse fleygr, from Proto-Germanic *flaugja. Compare Old English *flycge, attested in unflycge (flightless) (English fledge (able to fly)), Middle Low German vlugge, Old High German flucki (Middle High German vlücke).

Adjective

fleygur (feminine fleyg, neuter fleygt, comparative fleygari, superlative fleygastur)

  1. able to fly; fledge, fledged
Inflection

Etymology 2

From Old Norse fleygr.

Noun

fleygur m.

  1. wedge
Declension
m-s1 Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative fleyg fleyginn fleygar fleygarnir
Accusative fleyg fleyginn fleyga fleygana
Dative fleygi fleyginum fleygum fleygunum
Genitive fleygs fleygsins fleyga fleyganna

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