kreditt

Norwegian BokmålEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Italian credit, from Latin crēdō (believe, trust; loan).

NounEdit

kreditt m (definite singular kreditten, indefinite plural kreditter, definite plural kredittene)

  1. economic confidence enjoyed by a person or firm
  2. deferred payment
  3. financial assistance, loans

Etymology 2Edit

From English credit.

NounEdit

kreditt m (definite singular kreditten, indefinite plural kreditter, definite plural kredittene)

  1. credit, honor, praise
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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Italian credit, from Latin crēdō (believe, trust; loan). The sense of "honor, praise" may be borrowed from English.

NounEdit

kreditt m (definite singular kreditten, indefinite plural kredittar, definite plural kredittane)

  1. economic confidence enjoyed by a person or firm
  2. deferred payment
  3. financial assistance, loans
  4. credit, honor, praise

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