|Word(s)||Part(s) of Speech||English|
|Røda||Verb||Talk, to; discuss, to|
|Ryka på*||Verb||Attack, to|
*This verb shows why prepositions are important in forming Norwegian verbs. ‘Ryka’/’ryke’ means ‘smoke, to’ in the sense of steam. It can also mean ‘break, to’, or ‘fall, to’ (to fall suddenly, and unexpectedly); however, introducing ‘på’ at the end makes it a different verb. I do not know the etymology of this one. I mun — there is a word borrowed from Old Norse into English — get a Nynorsk etymology dictionary.