The Alternative Norwegian Nynorsk Dictionary: pikk

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pikk
etymology 1 From Old Norse pikkr, akin to pigg and pik, "spike, quill, peak".
noun: pikk {{g}} (singular definite pikken; plural indefinite pikkar; plural definite pikkane)
  1. (vulgar) penis, cock, dick
Synonyms: kuk, kukk
etymology 2 Via Low German from French pique, "spear". Alternative forms: pik (Bokmål)
noun: pikk {{g}} (singular definite pikken; plural indefinite pikkar; plural definite pikkane)
  1. grudge, dislike Ho har ein pikk til han. She bears a grudge against him.
Synonyms: agg, avund, harme, hat, eit horn i sida til, misunning, nagg, uvilje
etymology 3 Derived from the verb pikke, "to knock, tap".
noun:
  • pikk {{g}} (singular definite pikken; plural indefinite pikkar; plural definite pikkane)
or
  • pikk {{g}} (singular definite pikket; plural indefinite pikk; plural definite pikka/[pikki])
  1. a knock, a tap Brått lydde eit pikk på døra. Suddenly a knock sounded from the door.
Synonyms: bank
etymology 4 Uncertain, may be from the German phrase mit Sach und Pack, "with thing and bundle."
noun: pikk (singular definite pikket)
  1. (only in certain idioms) possessions, small belongings Ta med seg sitt pikk og pakk. Bring one's belongings and possessions.
Synonyms: eignelott, ferdagods, gods, habengut, lausøyre, saker

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