DanishEdit

NounEdit

tjørn c (singular definite tjørnen, plural indefinite tjørne)

  1. hawthorn
    • 1982, Dansk dendrologisk årsskrift
      Den eneste barriere mod hybridisering mellem vore tre hjemhørende tjørne er således tilsyneladende kun af økologisk-bestøvningsbiologisk art (Bradshaw, 1975 og Byatt, 1975 b).
      Thus, the only barrier towards hybridization of our three indigenous hawthorns appears to be of an ecological-pollination-biological type (Bradshaw, 1975 and Bytt, 1975 b).
    • 1991, Løveridderen, Museum Tusculanum Press →ISBN, page 6
      Jeg drejede til højre gennem en tyk skov; vejen var slem, fuld af brombærkrat og tjørne.
      I turned right through a thick forest; the path was bad, full of blackberry shrubs and hawthorns.
    • 1970, Danske studier
      Siversted [Sydslesvig] ses her og der ensomme tjørne vokse ikke alene i et skel, men også inde på marken; disse tjørne ryddes eller fældes ikke.
      In Sieverstedt [Southern Schleswig], here and there may be seen solitary hawthorns growing not only in the boundaries between fields, but also on the field itself; these hawthorns are not cleared or chopped down.

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FaroeseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse tjǫrn, from Proto-Germanic *ternō.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

tjørn f (genitive singular tjarnar, plural tjarnir)

  1. a pond

DeclensionEdit

Declension of tjørn
f3 singular plural
indefinite definite indefinite definite
nominative tjørn tjørnin tjarnir tjarnirnar
accusative tjørn tjørnina tjarnir tjarnirnar
dative tjørn tjørnini tjørnum, tjarnum tjørnunum, tjarnunum
genitive tjarnar tjarnarinnar tjarna tjarnanna

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

 
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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse tjarn n or tjǫrn f (a small mountain lake without tributaries). Cognate with English tarn

NounEdit

tjørn f (definite singular tjørna, indefinite plural tjørner, definite plural tjørnene)

  1. a small lake, typically in a forest or mountain area.

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