See also: skap, skáp, and skåp

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AfrikaansEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Dutch -schap.

SuffixEdit

-skap

  1. -ship; -hood

Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse -skapr, from Proto-Germanic *-skapiz. Cognate with English -scape and -ship.

When Norwegian borrowed words from Dutch, Middle Low German, or Middle High German or German containing the suffixes -schap or -schaft, it used this suffix to loan-translate those as well.

SuffixEdit

-skap

  1. (nouns from nouns): -ship, -hood

Derived termsEdit

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old Norse -skapr, from Proto-Germanic *-skapiz. Cognate with English -scape and -ship.

When Norwegian borrowed words from Dutch, Middle Low German, or Middle High German or German containing the suffixes -schap or -schaft, it used this suffix to loan-translate those as well.

SuffixEdit

-skap m ‎(definite singular -skapen, indefinite plural -skapar, definite plural -skapane)

  1. (nouns from nouns): -ship, -hood
    ven ‎(friend) → venskap ‎(friendhood)
  2. (nouns from adjectives): -ness, -ity
    lik ‎(equal) → likskap ‎(equality)
    veik ‎(weak) → veikskap ‎(weakness)
  3. (nouns from adjectives): -ship, -hood
Derived termsEdit

Etymology 2Edit

Similar to above.

SuffixEdit

-skap m, n

  1. (nouns from nouns): -hood
    bror ‎(brother) → brorskap ‎(brotherhood)

Etymology 3Edit

Similar to above.

SuffixEdit

-skap n ‎(definite singular -skapet, indefinite plural -skap, definite plural -skapa)

  1. (nouns from nouns):
    mann ‎(man/human) → mannskap ‎(crew)

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SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse -skapr, from Proto-Germanic *-skapiz.

SuffixEdit

-skap

  1. Used for creating nouns: -ship, -hood

Derived termsEdit

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