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EtymologyEdit

From Danish krone (crown) and Norwegian krone. Doublet of crown.

NounEdit

krone (plural kroner)

  1. The currency of Iceland, Denmark (including Greenland and the Faroe Islands) and Norway, divided into 100 øre, except in Iceland where 1 króna = 100 aurar.

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DanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /kroːnə/, [ˈkʰʁ̥oːnə]

Etymology 1Edit

From Middle Low German krōne, from Latin corōna (crown).

NounEdit

krone c (singular definite kronen, plural indefinite kroner)

  1. crown
  2. top (tree top)
  3. corolla
  4. heads (side of coin)
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Etymology 2Edit

From Middle Low German krōnen, from Latin coronare (to crown).

VerbEdit

krone (imperative kron, infinitive at krone, present tense kroner, past tense kronede, perfect tense er/har kronet)

  1. to crown

Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

krone c (singular definite kronen, plural indefinite kroner)

  1. A krone; the currency of Denmark or Norway, divided into 100 øre

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

 
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NounEdit

krone f or m (definite singular krona or kronen, indefinite plural kroner, definite plural kronene)

  1. krone (the currencies of Norway, Denmark and Iceland. Can also be used about Estonia's currency (kroon))
  2. krona (currency of Sweden)
  3. a crown (a royal or imperial headdress)
  4. (dentistry) crown (a prosthetic covering for a tooth)
  5. crown, canopy or top (of a tree)

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VerbEdit

krone (present tense kroner, past tense krona or kronet, past participle krona or kronet)

  1. to crown, or coronate (not normally used), perform a coronation

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

 
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Etymology 1Edit

From Old Norse krúna, from Middle Low German, from Latin corona, from Ancient Greek κορώνη (korṓnē), from κορωνός (korōnós, curved)

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NounEdit

krone f (definite singular krona, indefinite plural kroner, definite plural kronene)

  1. krone (the currencies of Norway, Denmark and Iceland. Can also be used about Estonia's currency (kroon)).
  2. krona (currency of Sweden)
  3. crown (a royal or imperial headdress)
  4. (dentistry) crown (a prosthetic covering for a tooth)
  5. crown or top (of a tree)
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Etymology 2Edit

VerbEdit

krone (present tense kronar, past tense krona, past participle krona, passive infinitive kronast, present participle kronande, imperative kron/krone)

  1. Alternative form of krona
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SlovakEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Danish krone and Norwegian krone, from Latin corōna.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

krone f

  1. (numismatics) krona (currency of Denmark and Norway)

ReferencesEdit

  • krone in Slovak dictionaries at korpus.sk