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DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

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

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NounEdit

eventyr n (singular definite eventyret, plural indefinite eventyr)

  1. adventure
  2. fairy tale, folktale

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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

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