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Icelandic translation: Góða nótt, dreymi þig vel or sofðu vel

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English term or phrase:sweet dreams
Icelandic translation:Góða nótt, dreymi þig vel or sofðu vel
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13:05 Mar 14, 2008
English to Icelandic translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: sweet dreams
looking for the correspondent phrase if possible and NOT similar sayings such as "goodnight" or "sleep well"
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Góða nótt, dreymi þig vel or sofðu vel
Explanation:
You can also say: „dreymi þig vel“ which means „sweet dreams“. Góða nótt means good night. „Sofðu vel“ means sleep well.
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Góða nótt, dreymi þig vel or sofðu vel


Explanation:
You can also say: „dreymi þig vel“ which means „sweet dreams“. Góða nótt means good night. „Sofðu vel“ means sleep well.

Stefan Sigurdsson
Local time: 06:25
Native speaker of: Native in IcelandicIcelandic
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