Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French point (point), from Middle French poinct (point), from Old French point (prick, dot), from Latin punctum (point, moment), neuter form of pūnctus, the perfect passive participle of pungō (to prick, puncture).

NounEdit

poeng n (definite singular poenget, indefinite plural poeng or poenger, definite plural poenga or poengene)

  1. a point (e.g. in games and sports)

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin punctum, via French point

NounEdit

poeng n (definite singular poenget, indefinite plural poeng, definite plural poenga)

  1. a point (e.g. in games and sports)

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