Faroese edit

Etymology edit

From Old Norse þraut, from Proto-Germanic *þrautō, *þrautą (complaint, annoyance, struggle, swink).

Noun edit

treyt f (genitive singular treytar, plural treytir)

  1. difficult trial, hard task
  2. condition, term, stipulation, provision
  3. preliminary, prior condition, precondition, prerequisite
  4. danger, trouble, difficulty; dependable in need

Declension edit

Declension of treyt
f2 singular plural
indefinite definite indefinite definite
nominative treyt treytin treytir treytirnar
accusative treyt treytina treytir treytirnar
dative treyt treytini treytum treytunum
genitive treytar treytarinnar treyta treytanna