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NounEdit

losna m (genitive singular losna, nominative plural losnaí)

  1. (fishing) snood
    Synonyms: drogha, foirtéim, lusna, snúda

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse losna.

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VerbEdit

losna (present tense losnar, past tense losna, past participle losna, passive infinitive losnast, present participle losnande, imperative losna/losn)

  1. (intransitive) to come loose, lose one's grip
    Seint på hausten losnar epla frå trea og dett ned på bakken.
    Late in the autumn, the apples come loose from the trees and fall on the ground.

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