See also: vra

DanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Danish wra, Old West Norse  f, from Proto-Germanic *wranhō (something crooked), cognate with Norwegian Nynorsk ro and Swedish vrå. From Proto-Indo-European *wrónkeh₂, cognate with Latvian ròka (arm, hand), Lithuanian rankà, Russian рука́ (ruká) and possibly also, via Gaulish, French branche (branch).

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

vrå c (singular definite vråen, plural indefinite vråer)

  1. (dated) corner (of a house or a country)
  2. (dated) poor or simple house

InflectionEdit