Double consonant after short vowel: Nod pron. Nött nut, Fodder feet, pron. Fötter, sidde to sit, pron. sitte.
Note. For some of these words in specific meanings being pronounced with d, see § 106.
105. d like English d; Ex. : da then, blodi(g) bloody, rœd (dd) afraid.
Note. Where the Danish and the common Norwegian orthography have d in the end or middle of words after a long vowel, the common Norwegian pronunciation as a rule either has t or drops the d. In the former case d corresponds to ON. t (see §§ 4 & 6), in the latter to ON. ð.
106. Some words written with d are pronounced with d or t according to the meaning. The voiced explosive as a rule occurs in learned words and those chiefly occurring in higher style.
|fiyde, t, to float, to flow.||fiydende d, liquid.|
|grœde, t (gråte) to cry, to weep.||begrœde, d, to cry over.|
|Kjöd, tt, meat.||Kjöd, ød, flesh.|
|lide, t, to thrust.||Tillid, d, trust, paalidelig, d, trustworthy.|
|Note. Always lide, d, to suffer.|
|Maade, t, manner.||Maade, d, mode (gram.); Tak i lige Maade thanks, the same to you.|
|nyde, t, to take (food), nyde, t, godt af noget to draw profit of something.||nyde, d, to enjoy, nydelig enjoyable, pretty.|
|raadden, tt, rotten, putrid||raadden (morally) foul.|
|Mod, t, courage.||modig, courageous.|
|Flade, d or t, plane.||always overfladisk superficial.|
|Skjöd, t, lap (Frakkesjöd coatlap), Skjödskind (shoemaker's) apron.||i Familiens Skjöd in the bossom of the family.|
|vide, t, to know.||Videnskab science, Viden knowledge.|