See also: hana

SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle Low German hônen, from Old Saxon hōnian, from Proto-West Germanic *haunijan (to humiliate).

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

håna (present hånar, preterite hånade, supine hånat, imperative håna)

  1. to mock, deride, make fun of
    De hånade honom för hans omoderna klädsel.
    They made fun of him for his outdated clothes.
    Han hånades för sin lantliga klädsel.
    He was mocked because of his rustic clothes.
    Synonyms: begabba, bespotta, driva med, förlöjliga, göra narr av, narra, reta, smäda

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