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anneks

Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French annexe, from Latin annexus (connection, annex), from annectō (connect, annex) (compare annektere), from ad (to) + nectō (bind, tie) (compare neksus).

NounEdit

anneks n (definite singular annekset, indefinite plural anneks or annekser, definite plural anneksa or anneksene)

  1. an annex (an addition, an extension), more specifically designating a smaller parish annexed to a primary parish
  2. annex building
    Vi bodde i hotellets anneks.
    We stayed at the hotel's annex.

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French annexe, from Latin annexus (connection, annex), from annectō (connect, annex) (compare annektere), from ad (to) + nectō (bind, tie) (compare neksus).

NounEdit

anneks n (definite singular annekset, indefinite plural anneks, definite plural anneksa)

  1. an annex (an addition, an extension), more specifically designating a smaller parish annexed to a primary parish
  2. annex building
    Vi budde i hotellet sitt anneks.
    We stayed at the hotel's annex.

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