A Danish-English Dictionary

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Gyldendal, 1845 - Danish language - 433 pages
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Page 47 - A chip of wood in the form of a halberd, circulated for the purpose of convening the inhabitants of a district in Sweden and Norway.
Page 100 - ... ei let at fange, old birds are not to be caught -with chaff; een...
Page 41 - Я3>), to obtain the freedom of a town, be made free of a city...
Page 68 - Sifooerm beraf, it is hard to make a silk purse of a sow's ear. ЩЦе&ЙПОв, en. fairy dance; fairyring. — ffiUts folf, gloerfolf, fairies, elves, fays; ffillefonge, gloer╗ funge, fairy king; eUeuilb, adj.
Page 164 - I have not been able to find an opportunity of telling him ; late let f.
Page 316 - pendant qu'il est chaud, to strike while the iron is hot, to make hay while the sun shines...
Page 210 - Si-, to make a fool of one's self, to play the fool, to make, one's self a laughing stock; at fcffre til ¤1f.
Page 15 - SI-ьггДир, entertainment the day after a wedding; -febet/ ague, tertian fever; -morgen, the morning of the next day, next day in the morning
Page 152 - ... shafts (of a sledge) ; -teppe, sledge apron ; -top, tassel for the' head of a sledge horse; -UM, sledge harness.
Page 69 - ... bringe til ę., to finish, terminate , conclude, bring to an end, put an end...

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