neparastība

See also: neparastībā

LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From neparasts (uncommon, unusual) +‎ -ība, with neparasts from ne- +‎ parasts (normal, ordinary, usual), parasts being the past participle of the verb parast (to get used to), from pa- +‎ rast (to find).

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NounEdit

neparastība f (4th declension)

  1. uncommonness, unusualness, extraordinariness, abnormality (the quality or state of that which is uncommon, unusual, extraordinary, not normal)
    tas piešķir Svempa gleznām neparastībuthis fact gave Svemps' paintins a (certain) uncommonness
    darbs no tiesas visus aizrāva: tieši ar savu neparastību, vienreizībuthe work completely captivated everybody: precisely with its uncommonness, uniqueness
    jā, protams, es sievietē sazīmēju Alisi, taču viņā viedās tāda neparastība un trauksme, ka uzreiz kļuva skaidrs... kaut kas ir noticis!yes, of course, I see Alise in the woman, but in her some abnormality, an anxiety which suddenly became clear... something has happened!

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