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vinda

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Faroese

vinda, v-45
number singular plural
person first second third all
Indicative eg hann / hon
tað
vit, tit,
teir / tær / tey
tygum
Present vindi vindur vindur vinda
Past vant vanst vant vundu
Imperative tit
Present vind ! vindið !
Infinitive vinda
Pres. part. vindandi
Past part. a26 vundin
Supine vundið

Verb

vinda

  1. to wring
  2. to wind



Icelandic

Etymology

Old Norse

Verb

vinda

  1. to wring

Portuguese

Etymology

Latin venta, feminine of the p.p. of the verb venire

Noun

vinda

  1. arrival

See also


Swedish

Adjective

vinda

  1. definite singular as well as plural of vind

Noun

vinda c.

  1. tool to bundle yarn
  2. plant of the genus vindor Convolvulus, bindweed

Derived terms

tool

plant

Verb

vinda

  1. twist, wrap
  2. be crosseyed

Derived terms

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