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AdjectiveEdit

forskjellig (neuter forskjelligt, plural and definite singular attributive forskjellige)

  1. Obsolete spelling of forskellig
    • 1843, Søren Kierkegaard, Samlede værker, page 214
      Men deraf synes at følge noget Andet, at nemlig Mennesket først, hvis han skal faae Noget i Sandhed at vide om det Ubekjendte (Guden), maa faae at vide, at det er forskjelligt fra ham, absolut forskjelligt fra ham.
      But from that, something else seems to follow, namely, that the human must first, if he is to truly get any knowledge about the unknown (the god), must be told that it is different from him, absolutely different from him.
    • 1845, Antiquarisk tidsskrift, page 82
      Disse Fyrsters Indskrifter ere paar to Undtagelser nær affattede i alle tre Skriftarter, hvori Sproget er ligesaa forskjelligt som Skriften; ...
      The inscriptions of these lords are, with two exceptions, written in all three kinds of writing, in which the language is as different as the writing; ...

Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From forskjell +‎ -ig; compare with Dutch verschillend.

AdjectiveEdit

forskjellig (neuter singular forskjellig, definite singular and plural forskjellige)

  1. different (not the same)

AdverbEdit

forskjellig

  1. differently

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

AdjectiveEdit

forskjellig (neuter singular forskjellig, definite singular and plural forskjellige)

  1. different (not the same)
  2. (as an adverb) differently

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