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  • January

    Janúar (yan-oo-ar)

    February

    Febrúar (feb-roo-ar)

    March

    Mars (mars)

    April

    Apríl (ap-ree-lh)

    May

    Maí (ma-ee)

    June

    Júní (yoo-nee)

    July

    Júlí (yoo-lee)

    August

    Ágúst (aw-koo-st)

    September

    September (sep-tem-ber)

    October

    Október (ok-toh-ber)

    December

    Desember (des-em-ber)

    Sunday

    Sunnudagur (Sun-nu-dag-ur)

    Monday

    Mánudagur (Maw-nu-dag-ur)

    Tuesday

    Þriðjudagur (Thu-dhyd-view-dagur)

    Wednesday

    Miðvikudagur (Midh-vee-ku-dag-ur)

    Thursday

    Fimmtudagur (Fim-tu-dag-ur)

    Friday

    Föstudagur (Fush-tu-dag-ur)

    Spring

    Vor (Vor)

    Summer

    Sumar (Soo-mar)

    Fall

    Haust (Ho-ist)

    Winter

    Vetur (Ve-tor)

    Water

    Vatn (Va)

    Appetizer

    Forréttur (For-ree-etur)

    Bread

    Brauð (Bro-uth)

    Meat

    Kjöt (Ke-ot)

    Egg

    egg (Ag)

    Soup

    Súpa (So-pa)

    Seafood

    Sjávarréttir (Seao-var-ree-ete)

    Chicken

    Kjúklingur (keu-kl-ing-gur)

    Drink

    drykkur (dre-kur)

    Vegetables

    Grænmeti (Grin-mete)

    knife

    hnífur (Hne-vur)* The "H" is from "hm" just without the "m"

    Fork

    Gafall (Ga-Fak)

    Spoon

    Skeið (Ske-th)

    Plate

    Diskur (Des-kur)

    tip

    Þjórfé (Theor-fea)

    Napkin

    Servíetta (ser-ve-eta)

    Menu

    Matseðill (Mat-se-(vh)ek)** The "k" at the end is short and breathy, the "vh" is like "th" but with a "v"

    Account (as in accounting for)

    Reikningur (Rek-n-ing-gur)

    Left

    Vinstri (Vin-stri)

    Right

    Hægri (High-gri)

    North

    Norður (Nord-th-ur)

    South

    Suður (Su-thur)

    East

    Austur (Ur-ee-stur)

    West

    Vestur (Ve-stur)

    Yes

    Ja (Yao)

    No

    Nei (Ne)

    Excellent

    Frábært (fraw-bar-sht)

    Don't

    Ekki (Ak-ke)

    Okay

    Allt Í Lagi (Akt-ee-liel)

    Please

    Vinsamlegast (Vin-som-le-gast)

    Excuse Me

    Afsakkið (Af-sa-gith)

    Sorry

    Eg Biðst Afsökunar (Yec-bilst-af-suku-nar)

    Arrival

    Koma (Ko-ma)

    Departure

    Brottför (Brot-fer)

    Hello

    Halló (Hah-low)

    One

    Einn (Ae)

    Two

    Tveir (Tve)

    Three

    Þrír (The-ree)

    Four

    Fjórir (Fe-ore)

    Five

    Fimm (Fim)

    Six

    Sex (Sex)

    Seven

    sjö (Soor)

    Eight

    Átta (Ok-ta)

    Nine

    Níu (Ne-u)

    Ten

    Tíu (Te-u)

    Eleven

    Ellefu (Et-le-vu)

    Twelve

    Tólf (Tolf)

    Thirteen

    Þrettán (thra-tang)

    Fourteen

    Fjórtán ( Feor-tang)

    Fifteen

    Fimmtán (Fim-tang)

    Sixteen

    Sextán (Sex-tang)

    Seventeen

    Sautján (So-ee-teong)

    Eighteen

    Átján (Aw-teang)

    Nineteen

    Nítján (Ne-teang)

    Twenty

    Tuttugu (Tu-tu-gu)

    Thirty

    Þrjátíu (Thr-eaw-teu)

    forty

    Fjörtíu (Feur-teur)

    Fifty

    Fimtíu (Fim-teu)

    Sixty

    Sextíu (Sex-teu)

    Seventy

    Sjötíu (Seu-teu)

    Eighty

    Áttatíu (Aoc-ta-teu)

    Ninety

    Nítíu (Ne-teu)

    One Hundred

    Hundrað (Hun-drath)

    Five Hundred

    FimmHundruð (Fim-Hun-druth)

    One thousand

    Eittþúsund (Ect-Thu-sund)

    Letter

    Bréf (bre-af)

    Postcard

    Póstkort (Post-cort)

    Package

    Pakki (Pah-ke)

    Stamp

    Frímerki (Fre-merh-ke)

    Maybe

    Kannski (can-ski)

    Early

    Snemma (Snam-ma)

    Late

    Seint (Se-nt) like saint

    Minute

    Mínúta (Mee-nu-ta)

    Hour

    Klukkutími (Klh-gku-stunt)

    Miss

    Frú (Fu-ro)

    Mister

    Herra (He-rr-a)

    Mrs

    Fröken (Fru-ken)

    Goodbye

    Bless (Bless) commonly said twice "Bless bless"

    To

    Að (Ah-th)

    In

    í (e)

    Applicable

    Við (Vi-th)

    You

    Þú (Th-oo)

    And

    Og (o) like o in "or"

    What

    Hvað (kfa-th)

    Me

    Mér (Maer) breathy "r"

    It

    Það (Tha-th)

    Been

    Verið (Ver-ith)

    Have

    Hafa (Ha-fa)

    Of

    Af (Af)

    Am/Is

    Er (Aer)

    For

    Fyrir (Fe-ari-r) The last "r" is barely audible

    Far

    Langt (lao-ng-kt) Very breathy

    Night

    Nótt (nau-kt)

    Talk

    Tala

    Speaks

    Talar

    Clock

    Klukka

    Here

    Hér

    There

    Það

    Restaurant

    Veitingahús

    Are

    Eru

    On

    Á (Ao)

    Good

    Gott

    Eagle

    Örn

    Fox

    Refur

    Taxi

    Leigubíl

    Room

    Herbergi

    Bear

    Björn

    Chicken

    Hænan (The kind that walks)

    Welcome

    Velkomnir

    Lock

    Læsa

    Cow

    Kýr

    Cockroach

    Kakkalakki

    Dog

    Hundur

    Day

    Dagur

    Receipt

    Kvittun

    Butterfly

    Fiðrildi

    Luggage

    Farangur

    Gray

    Grár

    Airport

    Flugvöllur

    Zero

    Núll

    Named

    Heitir

    Wake

    Vakna

    All

    Allt

    How

    Hvernig

    Where

    þar

    Frog

    Froskur

    Animals

    Dýr

    Ham

    Skinka

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