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Sj%C3%A5
See also: sjá and sj

Norwegian Nynorsk

Etymology

From Old Norse sjá, from Proto-Germanic *sehwan?, from Proto-Indo-European *sek?- ("to see, notice"). Akin to English see.

Pronunciation

Verb

sjå (present tense ser, past tense såg, past participle sett, passive infinitive sjåast, present participle sjåande, imperative sjå)

  1. to see
    Eg kan ikkje sjå det.
    I cannot see it.
  2. to look

sjå ut som

  1. to look like, appear
    Det ser ut som det blir regn.
    It looks like it will rain.

Derived terms

See also

  • se (Bokmål)

References

  • "sjå" in The Nynorsk Dictionary.

Swedish

Pronunciation

Noun

sjå n

  1. bother, trouble
    Jag har fullt sjå med a laga huset.
    I have my hands full with repairing the house.

Usage notes

  • Rarely seen outside the expression "ha fullt sjå" = "have one's hands full".

Declension

Declension of sjå 
Uncountable
Indefinite Definite
Nominative sjå sjået
Genitive sjås sjåets

Related terms


Westrobothnian

Verb

sjå (preterite sjådd, supine sjått)

  1. Alternative form of stjå.

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