ItalianEdit

VerbEdit

unse

  1. third-person singular past historic of ungere

Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

 
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From Latin uncia (twelfth part). Doublet of ounce and inch.

NounEdit

unse m (definite singular unsen, indefinite plural unser, definite plural unsene)

  1. (historical) a unit of measure used for metals and medicine
  2. an ounce, particularly an avoirdupois ounce, weighing 116 of an avoirdupois pound
    Synonym: ounce
  3. (figuratively) something minute, which is very small; a little bit

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

 
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From Latin uncia (twelfth part). Doublet of ounce and inch.

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

unse f (definite singular unsa, indefinite plural unser, definite plural unsene)

  1. (historical) any of a number of various historical units of measure used for metals or medicine, weighing around 30 grams
    • 1927, Steinnes, Asgaut, Ymist um norsk vekt fyre år 900, Oslo: Jacob Dybwad, page 15:
      og heilt visst er det at det gjekk 12 unsor på det engelske Tower-pundet.
      and it is certain that the English Tower pound had 12 ounces.
  2. an avoirdupois ounce, weighing 116 of an avoirdupois pound
    Synonym: ounce
  3. (figuratively) something minute, which is very small; a little bit

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