skrik

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Afrikaans

NounEdit

skrik (plural skriks)

  1. (South Africa) A shock; a fright.
    • 2005, Morag Vlaming, Gogo's Magic (page 89)
      I was brought up on a farm in the Free Sate a long time ago. Jong, when I first came to Johannesburg I got such a skrik.

NorwegianEdit

NounEdit

skrik n

  1. cry; scream, shriek
  2. An item, usually a piece of fashion, when used in the idiomatic phrase "siste skrik"

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skrik

  1. imperative of skrika.

West FrisianEdit

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Related to Dutch schrik, German Schrecken

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NounEdit

skrik c (pl skrikken)

  1. fear
Last modified on 30 March 2014, at 01:38