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Danish

Etymology

From Old Norse fogl, fugl, from Proto-Germanic *fuglaz.

Noun

fugl c.

  1. bird

Faroese

Noun

fugl

  1. accusative singular of fuglur

Icelandic

Etymology

From Old Norse fogl, fugl, from Proto-Germanic *fuglaz.

Pronunciation

Noun

fugl m.

  1. bird

Declension

m-s1 Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative fugl fuglinn fuglar fuglarnir
Accusative fugl fuglinn fugla fuglana
Dative fugli fuglinum fuglum fuglunum
Genitive fugls fuglsins fugla fuglanna

Derived terms


Norwegian

Etymology

From Old Norse fogl, fugl, from Proto-Germanic *fuglaz.

Noun

fugl m. (definite singular fuglen; indefinite plural fugler; definite plural fuglene)

  1. bird

Derived terms


Old Norse

Noun

fugl m.

  1. A late form of fogl.

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