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WestrobothnianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse allr, from Proto-Germanic *allaz (all,) from Proto-Indo-European *al- (all.)

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

åll (neuter ållt, plural ååll)

  1. All, entire, whole.
    ont i ɑll krɑpp
    the whole body hurts
    all witt
    (it was) white all over
    hån jer åll gäärn
    He’s completely crazy.
    vara åll i lair
    to be completely smeared in mud
  2. Finished, used up, moved away, not remaining, etc.
    ven jer ɑll
    there is no more firewood
  3. Exhausted, Tired.
    åll åll
    worn to a frazzle
  4. (neuter, as a pronoun) All, everything.

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