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Etymology edit

From Old Norse fullr (full), from Proto-Germanic *fullaz, cognate with English full, German voll. The Germanic word goes back to Proto-Indo-European *pl̥h₁nós, hence also Latin plēnus.

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Adjective edit

fuld (neuter fuldt, plural and definite singular attributive fulde)

  1. full (containing the maximum possible amount)
    Synonym: fyldt
  2. complete
    Synonyms: fuldkommen, fuldstændig, hel, komplet, total
  3. drunk
    Synonyms: beruset; see also Thesaurus:fuld

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