See also: dýka

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SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Low German dūken *ducken, from Old Saxon *dūkan *dukkan, from Proto-Germanic *dūkaną, from Proto-Indo-European *dʰewb-.

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VerbEdit

dyka ‎(present dyker, preterite dök, supine dykt, imperative dyk)

  1. to dive;
    1. to swim under water
    2. to jump into the water head-first

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Usage notesEdit

  • While it is possible to find examples of passive voice (Där skreks och döks och svors det en lång vändning), its use is very uncommon.