See also: kopa and kopā

SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Swedish kø̄pa, from Old Norse keypa, kaupa, from Proto-Germanic *kaupijaną, *kaupōną (to buy, trade), from *kaupô (innkeeper, merchant), Latin caupo (innkeeper, shopkeeper, tradesman), caupōnor (to trade, haggle). Cognate with Danish købe, Norwegian kjøpe, German kaufen, Dutch kopen and English cheap.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈɕøːˌpa/
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VerbEdit

köpa (present köper, preterite köpte, supine köpt, imperative köp)

  1. buy
  2. accept (an explanation)

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köpa

  1. genitive singular of köp