Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a late Old Norse mektugr, borrowed from Middle Low German mechtich, from Old Saxon mahtig, ultimately from Proto-Germanic *mahtīgaz.

AdjectiveEdit

mektig (indefinite singular mektig, definite singular and plural mektige, comparative mektigere, indefinite superlative mektigst, definite superlative mektigste)

  1. mighty; powerful
  2. vast; huge; enormous
  3. rich
  4. (geology) wide; thick; large

Derived termsEdit

ReferencesEdit


Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From a late Old Norse mektugr, borrowed from Middle Low German mechtich, from Old Saxon mahtig, ultimately from Proto-Germanic *mahtīgaz.

AdjectiveEdit

mektig (indefinite singular mektig, definite singular and plural mektige, comparative mektigare, indefinite superlative mektigast, definite superlative mektigaste)

  1. mighty; powerful
  2. vast; huge; enormous
  3. rich
  4. (geology) wide; thick; large

Derived termsEdit

ReferencesEdit