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SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the noun dygn (a day and a night) +‎ -a

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VerbEdit

dygna (present dygnar, preterite dygnade, supine dygnat, imperative dygna)

  1. To stay awake for 24 hours
    • 2016, Pernilla Gesén, Jennas första (Dagbok för utvalda 1), Massolit Förlagsgrupp, →ISBN.
      Så vad gör man när man dygnar?
      So what do you do when you /dygnar/?

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