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humör

SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

First used in Swedish in 1638, from French humeur, same as English humour, Latin humor (fluid), having bodily fluids in good balance. The funny-haha-humour meaning (Swedish humor) is more recent, originating in England in Shakespeare's time.

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NounEdit

humör n

  1. mood, temper
    hon är på gott humör idag
    she is in a good mood today
    en busschaufför, en busschaufför, det är en man med glatt humör
    a bus driver, a bus driver, that's a man with a cheerful temper (children sing this, while going on a bus trips)

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