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Carnival

Carnival

Karneval
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costume
kostyme (n) neut
costume
kostyme (n) neut
costume
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Shrovetide
fastelavn (n) masc
Shrovetide
fastelavn (n) masc
Shrovetide
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Carnival
karneval (n) neut
Carnival
karneval (n) neut
Carnival
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Oslo Operaball
Oslo opernball
Oslo Operaball
Oslo opernball
Oslo Operaball
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feather
fjær (n) masc
feather
fjær (n) masc
feather
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shrovetide bun
fastelavnsbolle (n) fem
shrovetide bun
fastelavnsbolle (n) fem
shrovetide bun
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dress up
kle seg ut (v)
dress up
kle seg ut (v)
dress up
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face paint
ansiktsmaling (n) masc
face paint
ansiktsmaling (n) masc
face paint
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birch tree
bjørk (n) masc
birch tree
bjørk (n) masc
birch tree
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birch
fastelavnsris (n) masc
birch
fastelavnsris (n) masc
birch
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avatar NorwegianClass101.com Tuesday at 12:56 pm

Hey listeners! Do you want to learn more about Carnival (Shrovetide) in Norway? Check out this Norwegian lesson:

Video Culture Class: Norwegian Holidays - Shrovetide
https://www.norwegianclass101.com/2015/01/30/video-culture-class-norwegian-holidays-15-shrovetide/

avatar NorwegianClass101.com Friday at 2:53 pm

Hello Scott,

It should be translated to Shrovetide wake-up. We’ll change this.

Best,
Mai
Team NorwegianClass101.com

avatar Scott Kerrison Sunday at 8:06 am

Hei

Would I be correct that there is really more to the translation of “fastelavnsris” than just “birch”, if “bjørk” is a birch tree”?

Takk

Scott