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Norwegian BokmålEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Middle Low German buxe, cognate with Icelandic buxur, Danish buks, Swedish byxa, Kashubian bùksë.

NounEdit

bukse f or m (definite singular buksa or buksen, indefinite plural bukser, definite plural buksene)

  1. (a pair of) trousers (UK) or pants (US)
    et par bukser
    a pair of trousers (mostly used in plural form)

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Middle Low German buxe, cognate with Icelandic buxur, Danish buks, Swedish byxa, Kashubian bùksë.

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NounEdit

bukse f (definite singular buksa, indefinite plural bukser, definite plural buksene)

  1. trousers
    Har du kjøpt deg nye bukser?
    Have you bought new trousers?

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