Definition of Synne. Meaning of Synne. Synonyms of Synne

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Synneorosis
Synneorosis Syn`neo*ro"sis, n.; pl. Synneuroses. [NL., fr. Gr. ?; sy`n with + ? a sinew, ligament.] (Anat.) Syndesmosis.
Synneuroses
Synneorosis Syn`neo*ro"sis, n.; pl. Synneuroses. [NL., fr. Gr. ?; sy`n with + ? a sinew, ligament.] (Anat.) Syndesmosis.

Meaning of Synne from wikipedia

- has declined steadily, falling below 0.1% by the 2000s. The short form Synne, however, has instead become the most po****rly given form of this name;...
- Synnes is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Arne Synnes (born 1940), Norwegian politician Harald Synnes (1931–2012), Norwegian politician...
- Handlyng Synne by Robert Manning of Brunne is a Middle English verse devotional work, intended for the use of both learned and unlearned men, dealing...
- Marianne Synnes (born 5 June 1970) is a Norwegian medical laboratory scientist, molecular biologist and politician. She was elected representative to the...
- Synne Sun Løes ( born 30 May 1975) is a Norwegian novelist and children's writer. She made her literary debut in 1999 with the novel Yoko er alene. She...
- Synne Sofie Kinden Jensen (born 15 February 1996) is a Norwegian football forward who plays for Vålerenga. She made her debut for the Norway women's national...
- Synne Skouen (born 8 August 1950) is a Norwegian music writer and composer. Skouen was born in Oslo. She studied at the Vienna Academy of Music with Alfred...
- Harald Synnes (18 March 1931 – 17 May 2012) was a Norwegian politician for the Christian Democratic Party. He was born in Bø, Nordland. He was mayor of...
- Mammon.̉ & haþ wiþ him þe auarouse/ and also oone þat is his feere.̉ a foule synne couetise/ Þe sixte is clepid Belphegor.̉ þat is þe god of glotouns ‖ Þe...
- extreme weather event by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute, who named it Synne. The Free University of Berlin named the low Ted, as part of its Adopt–a–vortex...
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