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Icelandic-German translation for: See you
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Dictionary Icelandic German: See you

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ægir {k} [ljóðrænn]See {f}
eyjarband {hv} [skáldamál] [haf]See {f}
landaf. haf {hv}See {f}
bókm. mar {k} [skáldamál] [sjór]See {f}
landaf. sjór {k}See {f}
ver {hv} [skáldamál]See {f} [Meer, Ozean]
sær {k} [hátíðlegt]See {f} [Meer]
sjár {k} [skáldskaparmál]See {f} [Meer]
landaf. stöðuvatn {hv}See {m}
jarð. landaf. vatn {hv}See {m}
sjávar- [forliður]See-
við vatnið {adv}am See
skip úfinn sjór {k}aufgewühlte See {f}
ballarhaf {hv}hohe See {f}
opið haf {hv}hohe See {f}
landaf. Írlandshaf {hv}Irische See {f}
landaf. Keltahaf {hv}Keltische See {f}
uppistöðulón {hv}künstlicher See {m}
ballarhaf {hv}offene See {f}
skip reginhaf {hv}offene See {f}
ólgusjór {k}raue See {f}
skip ósjór {k}raue See {f} [Seegang]
ólgusjór {k}schwere See {f}
landaf. Genesaretvatn {hv}See {m} Genezareth
skip ósjór {k}stürmische See {f}
jarð. vatn {hv} á harðhnikumtektonischer See {m}
landaf. Texcocovatn {hv}Texcoco-See {m}
jarð. gígvatn {hv}vulkanischer See {m}
á rúmsjóauf hoher See
úti á reginhafi {adv}auf hoher See
láta í hafin See stechen [fig.]
atv. stunda sjómennskuzur See fahren
landaf. hæð {kv} yfir sjávarmáliHöhe {f} über See
Það er stormasamt á hafinu.Die See ist stürmisch.
Á sunnudaginn förum við í skemmtiferð út sjó.Am Sonntag machen wir einen Ausflug an die See.
Ísinn á vatninu brast.Das Eis auf dem See brach.
Hótelið stendur alveg við vatnið.Das Hotel liegt direkt am See.
Vatnið leggur á vetrum.Der See friert im Winter zu.
Hann drukknaði í Mývatni.Er ist im See Mývatn ertrunken.
Spýtur fljóta á vatninu.Holzstücke schwimmen auf dem See.
Þau eyða fríinu við sjóinn.Sie verbringen ihren Urlaub an der See.
Hvaða stöðuvatn er þetta?Was für ein See ist das?
Hversu djúpt er vatnið?Wie tief ist der See?
Við gengum hringinn í kring um vatnið.Wir wanderten rings um den See.
veðurfr. innlögn {kv} [hafgola]leichter Wind {m} von der See
veðurfr. útræna {kv} [gamalt]leichter Wind {m} von der See
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dýr T
dýr T
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