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Etymology 1 edit

From Middle Low German kost, from Old French coste (coast, side), from Latin costa (rib, side).

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  • IPA(key): /køst/, [kʰøsd̥]

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kyst c (singular definite kysten, plural indefinite kyster)

  1. coast (shoreline)
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Etymology 2 edit

See kyse (to shoo, scare).

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  • IPA(key): /kyːst/, [kʰyːˀsd̥]

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kyst or kyset

  1. past participle of kyse

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kyst

  1. Alternative form of cheste (chest)

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Etymology 1 edit

From Latin costa.

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kyst m (definite singular kysten, indefinite plural kyster, definite plural kystene)

  1. coast (shoreline)
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kyst

  1. past participle of kysse

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Etymology edit

From Latin costa.

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kyst m (definite singular kysten, indefinite plural kystar, definite plural kystane)

  1. coast (shoreline)
    Kysten er verna av artilleri.The coast is protected by artillery.

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