IcelandicEdit

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Etymology 1Edit

From Old Norse ǫr, from Proto-Germanic *arhwō.

NounEdit

ör f (genitive singular örvar, nominative plural örvar)

  1. arrow (weapon)
  2. (graph theory) directed edge, arrow, arc
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Etymology 2Edit

From Old Norse ørr, from Proto-Germanic *arwiz.

NounEdit

ör n (genitive singular örs, nominative plural ör)

  1. scar
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Etymology 3Edit

From Old Norse ǫrr, from Proto-Germanic *arwaz.

AdjectiveEdit

ör (comparative örari, superlative örastur)

  1. rapid, fast syn.
  2. spirited, heated, excitable syn.
  3. generous ant. syn.
    Gamli maðurinn var ör á fé.
    The old man was generous with money.
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