to make something bad such as pain and problems less severe
praising yourself or what you have done. montinn
describes medical work or teaching that relates to the examination and treatment of ill people. klínískur
extremely loving and loyal. trúr, ((yndislegt fólk er kosið))
forces that produce movement. hreyfiöfl
giving a clear, strong message. mælskur
An amount of money spent. eyðsla, útgjöld ((expensive furniture=?))
to put something into action, especially to change something into a law. leika, lögleiða
extreme or unreasonable. óhóflegur
to force someone to have or experience something they do not want. þröngva til einhvers
the outer or less important part of an area, group or activity. jaðar. (fringe retard = jaðar þrossi)
easily deceived or tricked, and too willing to believe everything that other people say. trúgjarn. (gulli er trúgjarn > bleeesaður gulli = gullible)
not supporting any of the sides involved in an argument. hlutlaus.
to force someone to accept something, especially a belief or way of living. þröngva uppá.
in the red
you own money to the bank. skuldugur. (>oddur)
having the characteristic of regularly working hard. vinnusamur.
continuing for too long and therefore boring or annoying. endalaus
examination and consideration of your own ideas, thoughts and feelings. sjálfsskoðun
introverted and extroverted
innri og ytri eitthvað
someone who talks for too long or uses too many word.
the outer edge of an area. jaðar brún
having high moral qualities(novel> góð bók, >> noble> góð manneskja)
the state of being famous for something ba. illur orðstír (jón stóri)
Acting in an arrogant, domineering way. óþolandi
giving too much attention to formal rules or small detail. smámunasamur.
to cause something to continue. varðveita.
to continue steadily in a course of action, refuse to stop or be changed; to last, remain
seeing the worst side of things; no hope. svartsýnn
at the same time; concurrently; together
a nation's ruler or head of state usually by hereditary right
If an experience is traumatic, it causes you severe emotional shock and upset. áfall
always being careful to notice things, especially possible danger. varkár
A vivacious person, especially a woman or girl, is attractively energetic and enthusiastic. líflegur