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EnglishIcelandic
to babbleað babla
to babble [of baby]að hjala
babyhvitvoðungur {k}
babykornabarn {hv}
babyóviti {k}
babysmábarn {hv}
babyungabarn {hv}
babyungbarn {hv}
baby jumpsuitungbarnagalli {k}
baby nurse [nanny]barnahjúkrunarfræðingur {k} [kvenkyns]
baby seatbarnabílstóll {k}
baby toothbarnatönn {kv}
baby's bottlepeli {k}
Babyshowerbumbubuna {kv}
babysitterbarnapía {kv}
bacillary dysenteryblóðsótt {kv}
backaftanverður
backaftur [aftur á við]
backbak {hv}
backuppmæltur
back ache {sg}bakverkur {k}
to back away (from sb./sth.)að hörfa (undan e-m/e-u)
back axleafturás {k}
back of the handhandarbak {hv}
back partafturhluti {k}
back partbakhluti {k}
back reststólbak {hv}
back riseíseta {kv}
back seataftursæti {hv}
back seatbaksæti {hv}
back seat passengeraftursætisfarþegi {k}
back sidebakhlið {kv}
back wheelafturhjól {hv}
backbitingillmælgi {kv}
backboneuppistaða {kv}
backbreakingerfiður
to backdateað dagsetja aftur í tímann
backdoor [also fig.]bakdyr {kv.ft}
backgroundbakgrunnur {k}
background radiationbakgrunnsgeislun {kv}
background radiationgrunngeislun {kv}
backhouse [Am.]útikamar {k}
backmostaftast
backmostaftastur
backpack [Am.]bakpoki {k}
backpacking [travel]bakpokaferðalag {hv}
backroombakherbergi {hv}
backstitchafturstingur {k}
backstrokebaksund {hv}
backup (copy)öryggisafrit {hv}
backward compatibleafturvirkur
backwardsaftur [aftur á við]
backwardsaftur á bak
backwardsöfugt [aftur á bak]
backwardsöfugur [afturábak]
backyardbakgarður {k}
baconbeikon {hv}
baconsvínaflesk {hv}
baconsvínsflesk {hv}
bacteriologistgerlafræðingur {k}
bacteriologygerlafræði {kv}
bacteriumbaktería {kv}
bacteriumgerill {k}
badafleitur
badlélegur
badslæmur
badvondur
bad [sth. is not bad]amalegur [e-ð er ekki amalegt]
bad adviceóráð {hv} [vont ráð]
bad airloftleysi {hv}
bad boyóknyttastrákur {k}
bad breathandfýla {kv} [talm.]
bad breathandremma {kv}
bad check [Am.]innistæðulaus ávísun {kv}
bad cheque [Br.]innistæðulaus ávísun {kv}
bad consciencesamviskubit {hv}
bad debts expenseafskrifaðar tapaðar kröfur {kv.ft}
bad decisionóheillaspor {hv}
bad habitósiður {k}
bad habitóvani {k}
bad habitslæmur ávani {k}
bad harvestóáran {kv}
bad luckóhamingja {kv}
bad luckóheppni {kv}
bad managementóstjórn {kv}
bad moodólund {kv}
bad newsilltíðindi {hv.ft}
bad newsótíðindi {hv.ft}
bad omenills viti {k}
bad personfúlmenni {hv}
bad seasonóáran {kv}
bad state of the roadsófærð {kv}
bad taste [also fig.]óbragð {hv}
bad tasting dish or drink (coffee)eiturbras {hv}
bad temperönuglyndi {hv}
bad weatheróveður {hv}
bad yearóáran {kv}
bad-manneredódannaður
bad-temperedólundarlegur
badgebarmmerki {hv}
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