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tíminntime - snögglegafleetly, swiftly - durably, enduringly, firmly, lastingly, staunchly, steadily, strongly, tightly - árlegaannually, each year, every year, once a year, year, yearly - með hraði, snögglegaapace, chop-chop, quickly, rapidly, speedily, swiftly - varanlegaforever, for ever, for good, permanently - til bráðabirgðaprovisionally, temporarily - þriðjudagurTues, Tuesday - endlessly, interminably - silalegasluggishly - enduringly - án afláts, látlaust, sífellt, sleitulaustall the time, ceaselessly, continuously, endlessly, incessantly, the whole time, unceasingly, unendingly - elli, gamals aldurage, eld, geezerhood, old age, years - órofinn, samfelldurcontinuous, uninterrupted - nútíma-contemporary, present-day - outdated, out-of-date, superannuated - obsolescent, obsolete - fyrir tímann, of snemmaearly - matutinal - mið-, miðju-middle - áliðinn, fyrrverandi, seinn, seint, síðlabelated, late, overdue - posthumous - langdreginn, langur, Öreigar allra landa, sameinist!drawn-out, extended, lengthy, long, long-drawn-out, prolonged, protracted - varanlegurclose, close-knit, closely-knit, durable, firm, hardwearing, hard-wearing, lasting, long-lasting, long-lived, longwearing, staunch, strong, tight, tightly-knit - endalaus, óendanlegurendless, eternal, interminable - skammur, stutturbrief, short - augnabliks-fleeting, fugitive, momentaneous, momentary, non-fast, not fast to light, short-lived - sem er til frambúðar, varanlegurlasting, permanent - abiding, enduring, imperishable, permanent - ævarandi, eilífur, endalaus, látlaus, sífelldurageless, eternal, everlasting, perpetual, timeless, unceasing, unending - impermanent, temporary - ephemeral, fleeting, fugacious, passing, short-lived, transient, transitory - evanescent - árleg, árlegt, árlegur, árs-, árvisstannual, yearly - vikulegahebdomadal, hebdomadary, weekly - skeið, tímabil, tímiinterval of time, period, period of time, run, stretch, stretch of time, time period, time span, tract - contemporary world, modern times, modern world, present times - past, past times, yesteryear - mannkynssaga, sagnfræðihistory - framtíðfuture, futurity, hereafter, time to come - stund, tímapunktur, tímitime - dagurday - continuum - history - klukkanclock time, time - sá tími sem e-ð stendur yfir, tímalengd, varanleikicontinuance, duration, take the stand - time scale, time scale factor - vinnuvikaweek, working week, workweek - vika, vinnuvikacalendar week, week - day - ævi, lífstíðlife, lifespan, life span, lifetime, life-time - life - life - þúsund ármillenary, millenium, millennium - áður fyrr, fortíðpast, the past - lífslíkurlife expectancy - banamein, dauðideath, last - afterlife, beyond, great beyond, hereafter, kingdom come, life to come, next world, otherworld - age, eld - babyhood, early childhood, infancy - gelgjuskeið, kynþroskipuberty, pubescence - þriðji áratugurinn, þrítugsaldur1920s, twenties - fjórði áratugurinn1930s, thirties - 1940s, forties - sjötti áratugurinn1950s, fifties - sjöundi áratugur1960s, sixties - áttundi áratugur1970s, seventies - níræðisaldur, níundi áratugurinn1980s, eighties - níræðisaldur, níundi áratugurinn1880s, eighties - tíundi áratugurinn1990s, nineties - tíræðisaldur, tíundi áratugurinn1890s, nineties - voting age - sólarhringurday - Inauguration Day, January 20 - bissextile day, February 29, leap day - festival - sunnudagurDominicus, Lord's Day, Sun, Sunday - mánudagurMon, Monday - miðvikudagurMidweek, Wed, Wednesday - fimmtudagurTh, Thursday - föstudagurFri, Friday - laugardagurSabbatum, Sat, Saturday - hvíldardagur, sabbatsdagurSabbath - að degi til, dagtími, sólarhringurday, daylight, daytime - morgunndawn, forenoon, morn, morning, morning time - hádegi, mið-/hádegi, miðdegihigh noon, midday, noon, noonday, noontide, twelve noon, twelve o'clock - kvöldeve, even, evening, eventide - prime time - að nóttu, næturtímidark, night, nighttime, night-time - kvöldnight - night - night - miðnættimidnight, twelve, twelve midnight - háttatímibedtime - dagrenning, dagur, sólarupprásaurora, break of day, break of the day, cockcrow, dawn, dawning, daybreak, daylight, dayspring, first light, morning, red morning sky, rising, sunrise, sunup - húm, rökkurcrepuscle, crepuscule, dusk, evenfall, fall, gloam, gloaming, nightfall, twilight - virkir dagarhebdomad, week - fjórtán dagar, hálfur mánuður, tvær vikurfortnight, two weeks - crack of doom, Day of Judgement, Day of Judgment, day of reckoning, Doomsday, end of the world, eschaton, Judgement Day, Judgment Day, Last Day, Last Judgement, Last Judgment - fjarskidistance - pointing, timekeeping - eindagi, skilafrestur, tímamörkdeadline - Walpurgis Night - gamlárskvöldDecember 31, New Year's Eve - nýársdagurJanuary 1, new year, New Year's, New Year's Day - Martin Luther King Day, Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday - January 19, Lee's Birthday, Robert E Lee's Birthday, Robert E Lee Day - Hogmanay - Tet, tubal embryo transfer - All-hallown summer, Indian summer, Old Wives' summer, Saint-Luke's summer, Saint Martin's summer, Saint-Martin's summer - February 2, Groundhog Day - February 12, Lincoln's Birthday - February 14, Saint Valentine's Day, St Valentine's Day, Valentine's Day, Valentine Day - February 22, Washington's Birthday - March 2, Texas Independence Day - March 17, Saint Patrick's Day, St Patrick's Day - All Fools' day, April Fools', April Fools' day - April 14, Pan American Day - 1. maíFirst of May, May 1, May Day - Mother's Day, Mothering Sunday - Armed Forces Day - Decoration Day, Memorial Day - Davis' Birthday, Jefferson Davis' Birthday, June 3 - Flag Day, June 14 - Father's Day - Fourth of July, Independence Day, July 4 - Citizenship Day, September 17 - Columbus Day, Discovery Day, October 12 - October 24, United Nations Day - Allhallows Eve, Hallowe'en, Halloween - aðfangadagskvöld, aðfangadagur, aðfangadagur jólaChristmas Eve, Dec 24 - legal holiday, national holiday, public holiday - bankafrídagur, frídagurbank holiday, feastday, holiday - Commonwealth Day, Empire day, May 24 - Dominion Day, July 1 - 14 July, Bastille Day - Armistice Day, November 11, Veterans' Day, Veterans Day - ìakkargjörðardagurThanksgiving, Thanksgiving Day - year - hlaupár366 days, bissextile, bissextile year, intercalary year, leap year - calendar year, civil year - astronomical year, equinoctial year, solar year, tropical year - árzzzdate, twelvemonth, year, yr - áryear - önnquarter - day - calendar month, month - mid-April - June 23, Midsummer Eve, Midsummer Night, St John's Eve, St John's Night - limitation - afmarkað tímabilterm - afgreiðslutími, klukkustund, klukkutími, tiltekin stund, tími dagshour, time of day - afgreiðslutími, tiltekin stund, tími dagshour - happy hour - aðalumferðartímipeak hour, rush hour - árstíðseason, time of year - autumn, fall - sumarsummer, summertime - canicular days, canicule, dog days - tímabil, vertíðseason - öld, tímabilage, long time, years - eilífð, hið eilífa líf, óendanleiki, óratímieternity, infinity - að svo komnu máli, andartak, andrá, á þeirri stundu, augabragð, mínúta, nákvæmt augnablik, stund, tímamót, undir einsflash, instant, juncture, minute, moment, point, second, tick - tækifæritime - tækifæri, tilefnioccasion - mínútabit, minute, mo, moment, second - augnablik, sekúndubrotblink of an eye, flash, heartbeat, instant, jiffy, New York minute, split second, trice, twinkling, wink - generation - afmælianniversary, birthday, day of remembrance, jubilee - afmælishátíð, fagnaðarhátíðjubilee - wedding anniversary - time immemorial, time out of mind - byrjun, upphafbeginning, commencement, first, get-go, kickoff, offset, onset, outset, showtime, start, starting time - endalok, endir, lok, niðurlagend, ending, finish - takmörklimit, terminal point, terminus ad quem - interval, time interval - dagskrártímislot, time slot - time - hlé, millibilbreak, em dash, intermission, interruption, interval, pause, suspension - frestundelay, hold, postponement, time lag, wait - caretaker government, interim government, interregnum - helmingunartímihalf life, half-life - cycle, rhythm, round - phase, phase angle - vaktduty period, shift, work shift[Domaine]

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