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Icelandic

Etymology

Common Germanic *fra-

Adverb

fram

  1. forth, forward

Derived terms


Norwegian

Adverb

fram

  1. forward

Old English

Etymology

Common Germanic *fra-

Adverb

fram

  1. forth

Preposition

fram

  1. from

Swedish

Adverb

fram

  1. forward, in front
    1907: Laura Fitinghoff Barnen från Frostmofjället - Anna-Lisa rodnade djupt när hon ensam gick fram.
    "Anna-Lisa blushed deeply when she all alone went forward."

Usage notes

Used for spatial, either of movement through or of position in space, as well as temporal adverbials; in the latter usage it will often correspond to later on. It is also a particle used in the formation of Swedish phrasal verbs.

Antonyms

Derived terms

Adverb

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