From Old Danish høræ, from Old Norse heyra, from Proto-Germanic *hauzijaną, cognate with Swedish höra, English hear, German hören. The verb goes back to Proto-Indo-European *h₂ḱh₂owsyéti, which is also the source of Ancient Greek ἀκούω (akoúō).
- to hear (to perceive with the ears)
- to learn (to be told)
- to belong to (to be a natural part of something, with the preposition til)
- to belong under, come under (to be under the jurisdiction of somebody, with the preposition under)
Inflection of høre
- “høre” in The Bokmål Dictionary.