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möda

SwedishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Swedish möþa, from Old Norse móða and mǿða, same as German noun Mühe and adjective müde, based on Germanic mŏþian (tired, exhausted).

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NounEdit

möda c

  1. a difficulty, a chore, a tiring effort
    en liten tid, vi leva här, med mycket möda och stort besvär
    a little time, we live here, with much effort and great trouble

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VerbEdit

möda (present mödar, preterite mödade, supine mödat, imperative möda)

  1. (archaic) to hurt, to make an effort that hurts, to bother (someone with something)

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VepsEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Proto-Finnic *möödäk.

VerbEdit

möda (third-person singular present möb, third-person singular past möi)

  1. to sell

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