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Danish

Etymology

Old Norse vándr

Adjective

ond

  1. evil

Old English

Etymology

Variant of and.

Pronunciation

Conjunction

ond

  1. and

Swedish

Pronunciation

Adjective

ond

  1. evil
  2. angry (dated)
    nej, jag är inte ond på dig = no, I’m not angry with you.
  3. hurting, making pain
    jag har en ond tå = I have a hurt toe
    (more common construction is "att göra ont" = "to hurt")

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