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NornEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse þrá, from Proto-Germanic *þrawō.

NounEdit

trå

  1. desire, great longing
  2. a place where profit may be expected

VerbEdit

trå

  1. to have a great desire for
  2. to long for

Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse troða

VerbEdit

trå (imperative trå, present tense trår, passive trås, simple past trådde or trådte or tro, past participle trådd or trådt, present participle trående)

  1. to tread, step, set foot ( / on)
    trå vannet - tread water

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WestrobothnianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old Norse þrá.

VerbEdit

trå

  1. to feel uncomfortable and yearn for the old home; of cattle, who moved to another place where they are not happy
    Finnhästn, ji rådd mäg, trådd sä’n ga säg dill å sema över Kvarken å drånknä.
    The Finnish horse you recommended me, longed for his home so much that he tried to swim over Kvarken and drowned.

Etymology 2Edit

From Old Norse þráðr.

NounEdit

trå m (definite singular trån)

  1. thread