mørk

DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse myrkr, from Proto-Germanic *mirkwijaz. Cognate to English murk.

AdjectiveEdit

mørk (neuter mørkt, definite and plural mørke, comparative mørkere, superlative mørkest)

  1. dark

Related termsEdit

  • mørke
  • mørkeræd
  • mørkelægge, mørklægge
  • mørklægning
  • mørklægningsgardin
  • mørkerød
  • mørkegrøn
  • mørkegrå
  • mørkegul
  • mørkebrun
  • mørkeblå
  • mørkhudet

FaroeseEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

mørk f (genitive singular markar, plural merkur)

  1. half pound (250 g)
  2. coin in the Middle Ages, compare Mark
  3. variable unit of area used in measuring land, 1 mørk = 16 gyllin = 320 skinn

DeclensionEdit

f13 Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative mørk mørkin merkur merkurnar
Accusative mørk mørkina merkur merkurnar
Dative mørk mørkini mørkum mørkunum
Genitive markar markarinnar marka markanna


NounEdit

mørk f (genitive singular markar, plural markir)

  1. forest, wood

DeclensionEdit

f3 Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative mørk mørkin markir markirnar
Accusative mørk mørkina markir markirnar
Dative mørk mørkini mørkum/
markum
mørkunum/
markunum
Genitive markar markarinnar marka markanna


SynonymsEdit


Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse myrkr, from Proto-Germanic *mirkwijaz. Cognate to English murk.

AdjectiveEdit

mørk (masculine mørk; feminine mørk; neuter mørkt; plural mørke; comparative mørkere; superlative mørkest)

  1. dark

Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse myrkr, from Proto-Germanic *mirkwijaz. Cognate to English murk.

AdjectiveEdit

mørk (masculine and feminine mørk, neuter mørkt, definite singular and plural mørke, comparative mørkare, indefinite superlative mørkast, definite superlative mørkaste)

  1. dark

ReferencesEdit

Last modified on 19 September 2013, at 06:03