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Etymology 1Edit

From Swedish rynka

NounEdit

rynke c (singular definite rynken, plural indefinite rynker)

  1. wrinkle (in the skin)
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Etymology 2Edit

From Old Norse hrökkva

VerbEdit

rynke (imperative rynk, infinitive at rynke, present tense rynker, past tense rynkede, perfect tense rynket)

  1. wrinkle, distort (skin)
    at rynke panden
    to frown ("to wrinkle the forehead")
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Norwegian BokmålEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

Related to Old Norse hrøkkva, hrukka

NounEdit

rynke f or m (definite singular rynka or rynken, indefinite plural rynker, definite plural rynkene)

  1. a wrinkle (in the skin)

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

Related to Old Norse hrøkkva, hrukka

NounEdit

rynke f (definite singular rynka, indefinite plural rynker, definite plural rynkene)

  1. a wrinkle (in the skin)

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