nábrók

IcelandicEdit

EtymologyEdit

From ná- (pertaining to a cadaver or death) +‎ brók (underpants, briefs; trousers).

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NounEdit

nábrók f (genitive singular nábrókar, nominative plural nábrækur)

  1. (historical) a pair of pants made from the skin of the lower half (below the waist) of a dead man, used for sorcery: necropants

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