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Norge

  1. A brand name of major household appliances.
  2. A town in Oklahoma.

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From Old Norse Noregr, Norvegr, derived from norðr (from Proto-Germanic *nurþrą) and vegr (from Proto-Germanic *wegaz).

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  • IPA(key): [ˈnɒːwə], [ˈnɒːʊ]

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Norge

  1. Norway (a country in Northern Europe; capital and largest city: Oslo)

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From Old Norse Norðvegr.

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Norge

  1. Norway (a country in Northern Europe; capital and largest city: Oslo)

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From Old Norse Noregr, Norvegr, from both norðr (north), from Proto-Germanic *nurþrą (north, northern), from *nurþraz (north, northern), from Pre-Germanic *h₁nŕ̥t(e)ros, from Proto-Indo-European *h₁ner- (inner, under), from *h₁en (in) + and from vegr (way, road), from Proto-Germanic *wegaz (way, path), from Pre-Germanic *weǵʰ-o-s, from Proto-Indo-European *weǵʰ- (to bring, transport).

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  • IPA(key): /ˈnɔɾɡə/
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Norge

  1. Norway (a country in Northern Europe; capital and largest city: Oslo)

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From Old Norse Noregr, Norvegr.

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Norge n (genitive Norges)

  1. Norway (a country in Northern Europe; capital and largest city: Oslo)

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