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Norwegian BokmålEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From German überhaupt (at all; anyway), originally about buying horned cattle: "gathered, without counting the individuals in the herd".

AdverbEdit

overhodet

  1. altogether, at all, on the whole, in general
    Jeg er overhodet ikke interessert i å snakke med ham.
    I'm not at all interested in talking to him.
    Det kommer overhodet ikke på tale.
    In no way will I let that happen.
    Hun har overhodet ikke spist.
    She hasn't eaten anything at all.

Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

overhodet n

  1. definite singular of overhode

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