Name of currency unit and silver coin in Scandinavian countries, 1875, from Danish krone (plural kroner Swedish krona (plural kronor literally "crown" (see crown ).Noun edit, krone f ( genitive, krone, plural, kronen, diminutive, krönchen n or, krönlein n) crown crown, currency of Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Iceland ( heraldry ) crown head (of beer or other carbonated beverages) Declension edit Derived terms edit Related terms edit Further reading.

Krone tann

ufarlig å la hullet etter en manglende tann stå åpent, men konsekvensene av ikke å fylle igjen hullet, kan være: Endre posisjon. vil en krone med gullkjerne koste mer

Tulutta og makronelle

wear to corners; inscribed by the author; internally clean bright and sound. (1964) bär Mikkel 13 år ett tungt ansvar för den utvecklingsstörda brodern. Store Description, our shop is

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Named by European monarchies: Named by republics: See also edit, krona (disambiguation koruna (disambiguation crown (British coin crone, a stock character in folklore and fairy tale, an old woman Lower Croan, a farmstead in Cornwall, England, UK Crohn's disease, a type of inflammatory bowel disease.Danish krone, from Old Norse krna; see krona.