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AlfBirn Posted - 02/10/2009 : 18:10:42
re: a Japanese architectural project to be built in Oslo.
Can the Norsk words hall ("hall"), hule ("den"), hull ("pit") and h#248;l ("hole") be construed as similar in any etymological or vernacular sense? There's also the word hi, which seems to mean something like "lair". Am looking for a word or neologism that bridges these several meanings/nuances to describe a cozy cubicle-like structure.
Thanks in advance for any help.

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Shiki23 Posted - 08/30/2017 : 01:15:46
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