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  • noun A type of two-man keelboat from Norway.
  • proper noun A surname, from Old Norse, especially used of members of the oldest known Scandinavian dynasty, the Ynglings, who were supposedly descended from Frey.

Etymologies

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From Norwegian yngling, Swedish yngling ("youngster"); from Old Norse ungr ("young") + -lingr (diminutive suffix, compare -ling), also a surname in Old Norse

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