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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse [Term?] *þes-, þessi (neuter plural), sjá (nominative),[1] related to and from the same ultimate origin as the irregular inflection of Old Norse , a descendant from the likewise irregularly inflected Proto-Germanic *sa.[1] Cognate with Old English þes and Old High German dese.

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PronounEdit

þessi (feminine þessi, neuter þetta)

  1. (demonstrative) this, that (referring to both persons and things)

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