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Icelandic-German translation for: skyggni
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Dictionary Icelandic German: skyggni

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Icelandic German
NOUN1   skyggni | skyggnið | skyggnis | skyggni
NOUN2   skyggni | skyggnin | skyggni | -
VERB   að skyggna | skyggni | skyggndi | skyggnt
skyggni1 {hv}
Sicht {f} [Sichtverhältnisse]
skyggni1 {hv}
Sichtverhältnisse {pl}
skyggni1 {hv}Fernsicht {f}
skyggni1 {hv}Sichtweite {f}
skyggni2 {kv}Hellsichtigkeit {f}
gott skyggni {hv}gute Sichtverhältnisse {pl}
lélegt skyggni {hv}schlechte Sichtverhältnisse {pl}
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