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Skina
See also: skína and skin?

Icelandic

Pronunciation

Etymology 1

Related to Norwegian (nynorsk) sk?ne, Swedish skena (both meaning 'small, thin plate'); Old High German skina and Middle Dutch scene, both 'metal or wooden plate; shinbone'; Old English scinu ( > English shin). Compare also Old English sc?a 'shin', Middle High German sch?e 'fencepost'. From Indo-European root *ski- 'split, cleave, separate', whence also Latin sci? 'know'.

Noun

skina f

  1. a small plate covering a keyhole
Declension

This noun needs an inflection-table template.

Synonyms

Etymology 2

Neologism, probably related to skína 'to shine', skin 'shine' (noun) and skina (3), probably referring to the peritoneum's thin, transparent quality.

Noun

skina f

  1. peritoneum
Synonyms

Etymology 3

Probably related to skína 'to shine', skin 'shine' (noun), likely in reference to the fish's light color. Compare with the synonym lýsa, related to the verb lýsa 'emit light', the noun ljós 'light' and adjective ljós 'light'.

Noun

skina f

  1. (dialectal) whiting (Merlangius merlangus)
Synonyms

Etymology 4

Cf. Norwegian (nynorsk) sk?na, skjena 'to run off because of mosquitoes' (of cows), Swedish skena and Jutish skjenne 'to shy' (of a horse).

Verb

skina (weak verb, third-person singular past indicative skinaði, supine skinað)

  1. to go crazy, be driven mad
Conjugation

This verb needs an inflection-table template.

Synonyms

Etymology 5

Probably related to skína 'to shine', skin 'shine' (noun) and skina (3), referring to the light, transparent look of diarrheic feces.

Noun

skina f

  1. thin and rather liquid excrement; diarrheic feces

Etymology 6

Noun

skina

  1. indefinite genitive plural of skin

References


Lithuanian

Pronunciation

Verb

skìna

  1. third-person singular present of skinti
  2. third-person plural present of skinti

Norwegian Nynorsk

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Old Norse skína, from Proto-Germanic *sk?nan?. Akin to English shine.

Pronunciation

Verb

skina (present tense skin, past tense skein, past participle skine, passive infinitive skinast, present participle skinande, imperative skin)

  1. shine
    I dag skin sola.
    The sun is shining today.

See also

References


Old High German

Alternative forms

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *skin?

Noun

skina f

  1. bar, track

Descendants

  • Middle High German: schine, schin
    • Alemannic German: Schine
    • German: Schiene
      • -> Hungarian: sín
      • -> Macedonian: ? (?ina)
      • -> Polish: szyna
      • -> Romanian: ?in?
      • -> Russian: ? (?ina)
      • -> Serbo-Croatian:
        Cyrillic: ?
        Latin: ?ina
    • Luxembourgish: Schinn

Old Saxon

Etymology

From Proto-Germanic *skin?. Cognate with Old English scinu (English shin), Dutch scheen, Old High German scina (German Schiene ("thin plate")).

Pronunciation

Noun

skina f

  1. shin

Declension


Descendants


Old Swedish

Etymology

From Old Norse skína, from Proto-Germanic *sk?nan?.

Verb

sk?na

  1. to shine
  2. to appear

Conjugation

Descendants


Swedish

Etymology

From Old Swedish sk?na, from Old Norse skína, from Proto-Germanic *sk?nan?.

Pronunciation

Verb

skina

  1. to shine

Conjugation

Related terms

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Anagrams


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