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EtymologyEdit

From late Old Norse æfintýr, from Middle Low German eventü̂r, from Middle French adventure (aventure). Compare English adventure, German Abenteuer, Swedish äventyr

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [ˈɛʊ̯n̩tˢyɐ̯ˀ]

NounEdit

eventyr n (singular definite eventyret, plural indefinite eventyr)

  1. adventure
  2. fairy tale, folktale
    • 2012, Johannes Møllehave, H.C. Andersens salt:
      I eventyrene overvindes modstandene, ensomheden, sårbarheden, følelsen af at være forfordelt, uden Gud og uden mennesker.
      In the fairy tales, the resistances, the loneliness, the vulnerability and the feeling of not having received one's due are conquered without God and without people.
    • 2010, Hans Ulrik Schwartzbach, Asta Og Frida, BoD – Books on Demand ISBN 9788771141382, page 41
      ”Ved I det ikke? Dem der skriver eventyrene, de har gået på eventyrets vej, og der har de oplevet eventyrene, og så har de skrevet dem ned”, sagde damen.
      ”Do you not know? The ones who write the fairy tales, they have walked on the way of the fairy tale, and there they have experienced the fairy tales, and then they have written them down”, said the lady.
    • 2005, Gyldendals Psykologihåndbog, Gyldendal Uddannelse ISBN 9788702020441, page 313
      Dermed afspejler eventyrets handling det jaloux barns oplevelse. Og det tager barnets angst alvorligt,...
      Thus, the events of the fairy tale reflect the experience of the jealous child. And it takes the child's angst seriously,...

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From late Old Norse æfintýr, from Middle Low German eventü̂r, from Middle French adventure (aventure).

NounEdit

eventyr n (definite singular eventyret, indefinite plural eventyr, definite plural eventyra or eventyrene)

  1. an adventure
    Er du klar til nye eventyr?
    Are you ready for new adventures?
  2. fairy tale (a folktale)
  3. something exceptionally great

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From late Old Norse æfintýr, from Middle Low German eventü̂r, from Middle French adventure (aventure).

NounEdit

eventyr n (definite singular eventyret, indefinite plural eventyr, definite plural eventyra)

  1. an adventure
  2. fairy tale (a folktale)
  3. something exceptionally great

ReferencesEdit