-ar etymology

Norwegian Nynorsk word -ar comes from Old Norse -ari

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Detailed word origin of -ar

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-ari Old Norse (non) A suffix used to create agent nouns from verbs; such as , from.
-ar Norwegian Nynorsk (nno) Used to form nouns from verbs, a person who performs the action of the verb.

Words with the same origin as -ar

Descendants of -ari
AUF-ar amerikanar bilførar birøktar dommar etterfølgjar etterkomar fiskar forgassar førar førarhund førarkort hatar kurdar leiar lesar nettlesar ordførar radikalar sjåar skipsførar springar tilhengar utløysar