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Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

inne +‎ ha, from German innehaben

VerbEdit

inneha (imperative inneha, present tense innehar, passive innehas, simple past innehadde, past participle innehatt, present participle innehaende)

  1. to hold, own, possess, have in one's possession

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SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

inne +‎ ha

VerbEdit

inneha

  1. to hold, to keep (whether owned or not), to possess

Usage notesEdit

  • Having a gun requires a license, regardless of whether it is owned, borrowed, found or stolen. The verb inneha is used for this legal sense of possession.

ConjugationEdit



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