See also: Gardin and gardîn

Danish edit

Etymology edit

From German Gardine (curtain), from French courtine, from Old French cortine, from Medieval Latin cōrtīna (curtain), from Latin cohors (court, enclosure).

Pronunciation edit

  • IPA(key): /ɡardiːn/, [ɡ̊ɑˈd̥iːˀn]
  • Rhymes: -in

Noun edit

gardin n (singular definite gardinet, plural indefinite gardiner)

  1. curtain
  2. drape, drapes
  3. blind (covering for a window)

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Middle English edit

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gardin

  1. Alternative form of gardyn

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Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

From Old Northern French gardin, Medieval Latin gardinus (garden) or oblique form of *gard, from Old Norse garðr (yard, garden), from Proto-Germanic *gardô, from *gardaz (yard). Compare French jardin, from Old French jardin.

Noun edit

gardin m (plural gardins)

  1. (Guernsey) garden
    • 2006, Nellie Duquemin, “Au haut du gardin”, in P'tites Lures Normanes, Cromwell Press, published 2006, page 38:
      Au haut des notre gardin y a en petit maisaon.
      At the top of our garden there is a privy.

Norwegian Bokmål edit

 
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Etymology edit

From Late Latin cortina, via German Gardine.

Noun edit

gardin m or f or n (definite singular gardinen or gardina or gardinet, indefinite plural gardiner or gardin, definite plural gardinene or gardina)

  1. a curtain

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Norwegian Nynorsk edit

 
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Etymology edit

From Late Latin cortina, via German Gardine.

Noun edit

gardin f (definite singular gardina, indefinite plural gardiner, definite plural gardinene)
gardin n (definite singular gardinet, indefinite plural gardin, definite plural gardina)

  1. a curtain

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Alternative forms edit

Etymology edit

From Early Medieval Latin jardinus, of Germanic origin. See also English garden.

Noun edit

gardin oblique singularm (oblique plural gardins, nominative singular gardins, nominative plural gardin)

  1. (Picardy, Anglo-Norman, Old Northern French) garden (large outdoor area with plants and trees)

Descendants edit

  • Middle French: jardin
    • French: jardin (see there for further descendants)
  • Norman: gardin, gardîn
  • Middle English: gardyn
  • Old Galician-Portuguese: jardin

Swedish edit

 
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gardiner

Etymology edit

From Low German Gardine, from Early Modern Dutch gardine (contemporary Dutch gordijn), from French courtine, from Old French cortine, from Medieval Latin cōrtīna (curtain), from Latin cohors.

Noun edit

gardin c

  1. a curtain (in front of a window)
  2. (in some compounds) a curtain, a drapery (more generally)
    sänggardin
    bed curtains

Declension edit

Declension of gardin 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative gardin gardinen gardiner gardinerna
Genitive gardins gardinens gardiners gardinernas

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Noun edit

gardin

  1. blood

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