Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From fylde +‎ -ig

AdjectiveEdit

fyldig (indefinite singular fyldig, definite singular and plural fyldige, comparative fyldigere, indefinite superlative fyldigst, definite superlative fyldigste)

  1. round, (slightly euphemistic) fat
  2. thick (of hair, bushes and the like)
  3. of great detail, exhaustive (e.g. of books, articles, explanations)
  4. rich, full-bodied (e.g. of wine)

ReferencesEdit


Norwegian NynorskEdit

Alternative formsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the noun fylde.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

fyldig (indefinite singular fyldig, definite singular and plural fyldige, comparative fyldigare, indefinite superlative fyldigast, definite superlative fyldigaste)

  1. round, (slightly euphemistic) fat
  2. thick (of hair, bushes and the like)
  3. of great detail, exhaustive (e.g. of books, articles, explanations)
  4. rich, full-bodied (e.g. of wine)

ReferencesEdit