Last modified on 6 August 2013, at 14:04

-ferdig

See also: ferdig and fertig

NorwegianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From ferdig (ready), from Old Norse ferðugr, probably influenced by Middle Low German verdich, in reality "ready for ferd (travel)", from Old Norse ferð, related to fare (travel)

SuffixEdit

-ferdig

  1. Used for making adjectives from nouns: the quality of being ready for.
  2. Used for making adjectives from nouns: being imbued with the quality of.
  3. Used for making adjectives from adjectives: the quality of being inclined to be what the first part mentions.
  4. Used for making adjectives from verbs: the quality of being ready to or on the verge of.
Derived termsEdit
adjectives from nouns (ready for)
adjectives from nouns (imbued)
adjectives from adjectives (inclined to be)
adjectives from verbs (ready to)

Etymology 2Edit

Related to ferdighet (skill, ability), also før (able)

SuffixEdit

-ferdig

  1. Used for making adjectives from nouns: the quality of being skillful with regards to.
  2. Used for making adjectives from verbs: the quality of being able to.
adjectives from nouns
adjectives from verbs

ReferencesEdit

  • -ferdig entry Dokumentasjonsprosjektet (Bokmålsordboka/Nynorskordboka)