"Kejseren betalte for de dyre klæder."

Translation:The emperor paid for the expensive clothing.

December 28, 2014



Is klæder the archaic word for t/oj?

December 28, 2014


Yes, we still use the word but rarely for the clothes themselves.

"Det klæder dig"= it looks good on you, "it" being anything from a dress or suit to a new hairstyle.

"De klæder dig"= is the same only for plural things like shoes or jevelry.

"Jeg klæder mig på" = i am getting dressed.

Nowadays it is usually a verb rather than a noun.

December 28, 2014


And in compound nouns, i.e. "klædeskab".

November 2, 2017


I.e. the people paid for the expensive clothes.

October 23, 2017
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