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WestrobothnianEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse annarr and the accusative annan.

PronunciationEdit

PronounEdit

æænn m (definite æænn, feminine ænnar, definite annara, neuter ænne, definite ænnre or ænnere, plural æder or næder or arän or ȧren or nȧren, genitive ænnasj, dative plural ȧrom)

  1. other, another
    Han hadd ovyri i anne
    He had not been anywhere else
    Hä va int han, hä var ain ar.
    It wasn't him, it was another.
    wara ut fȯr ȧrom
    to serve others
    hâLLv-ænnar miil
    15 kilometres
  2. one
    bleinn a ænne øgeɳ
    blind in one eye
    â´nnar gâmaṣṭä´inta
    one old spinster
    aann hässtn jer eein denaann jer uut
    one horse is in, the other one is out
  3. certain
    jä seg såmm annar kar
    I say as a certain person said

AdjectiveEdit

æænn m (common definite plural ænnren)

  1. second
    æænn dæn
    the second day
    dänn æænn dæn
    the day after tomorrow
  2. different (better)
    hann ha vorti en annar kar
    He has become a different man.

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