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Etymology 1Edit

From Old Norse hagr, from Proto-Germanic *hagaz (skilled, handy).

AdjectiveEdit

hagur (comparative hagari, superlative hagastur)

  1. dexterous, handy
    Synonyms: laginn, flinkur

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NounEdit

hagur m (genitive singular hags, nominative plural hagir)

  1. an advantage deriv. syn.
  2. economy deriv. syn.
    Hagur fjölskyldunnar stóð með blóma.
    The family's 'finances were flourishing.
  3. circumstances syn.

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