How to say TOM in Icelandic tɒm

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tómur

empty(adjective)

having nothing inside

an empty box; an empty cup.

tónn

tone(noun)

(the quality of) a sound, especially a voice

He spoke in a low/angry/gentle tone; He told me about it in tones of disapproval; That singer/violin/piano has very good tone.

(beislis)taumur

rein(noun)

(usually in plural) one of two straps attached to a bridle for guiding a horse.

bók

volume(noun)

a book

This library contains over a million volumes.

vatnakrabbi

crayfish

a type of edible shellfish.

auður, tómur

bare(adjective)

empty

bare shelves.

tómlegur

vacant(adjective)

showing no thought, intelligence or interest

a vacant stare.

tómur, auður

empty(adjective)

unoccupied

an empty house.

litbrigði, tónn

tone(noun)

a shade of colour

various tones of green.

slikja, vottur

tinge(noun)

a trace, or slight amount, of a colour

Her hair had a tinge of red.

tóm flaska

empty(noun)

an empty bottle etc

Take the empties back to the shop.

bindi

volume(noun)

one of a series of connected books

Where is volume fifteen of the encyclopedia?

tónhæð

pitch(noun)

the degree of highness or lowness of a musical note, voice etc.

auður, mannlaus

empty(adjective)

(with of ) completely without

a street quite empty of people.

innantómur

vain(adjective)

empty; meaningless

vain threats; vain promises.

innantómur, merkingarlaus

empty(adjective)

having no practical result; (likely to be) unfulfilled

empty threats.

heiltónn

tone(noun)

in music, one of the larger intervals in an octave eg between C and D.


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