dyrke

DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse dýrka, from dýrr (dear, valuable). Compare Swedish dyrka.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /dyrkə/, [d̥yɐ̯ɡ̊ə]

VerbEdit

dyrke (imperative dyrk, infinitive at dyrke, present tense dyrker, past tense dyrkede, past participle er/har dyrket)

  1. engage in (to enter into (an activity), to participate)
  2. practice (repetition of an activity to improve skill)
  3. study (acquire knowledge)
  4. cultivate, till
  5. grow (to cause something to become bigger)
  6. raise (to grow)
  7. culture (to maintain in an environment suitable for growth)
  8. worship

NorwegianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse dýrka, from dýrr (dear, valuable). Compare Swedish dyrka.


VerbEdit

  1. engage in (to enter into (an activity), to participate)
  2. study (acquire knowledge)
  3. cultivate, till
  4. grow (to cause something to become bigger)
  5. raise (to grow)
  6. culture (to maintain in an environment suitable for growth)
  7. worship
Last modified on 11 September 2013, at 21:21