The English term "non" matches the Swedish term "icke"

other english words that include "non" : swedish :
anon snart
anonymity anonymitet
anonymous anonym
anonymously anonymt
cannon kanon
canon kanon
canonical kanoniska
lebanon libanon
non-aggression icke-angrepps
non-alcoholic alkoholfri
non-aligned alliansfri
non-alignment alliansfrihet
non-ascii icke-ascii
non-attendance frånvaro
non-biblical icke-bibliska
non-binding icke-bindande
non-commercial icke-kommersiell
non-commissioned officer underofficer
non-commital obunden
non-credit icke-kredit
non-delivery icke-leverans
non-electrical icke-elektiska
non-empty icke-tomma
non-encrypted icke-krypterad
non-essential mindre viktiga
non-exclusive icke-exklusivt
non-existent icke-existerande, obefintlig
non-experts ickeexperter
non-federal icke-federala
non-israelites ickeisraeliter
non-jewish icke-judiska
non-jews icke-judar
non-levit ickelevitisk
non-licensed oregistrerade
non-office icke-kontorstid
non-official inofficiell
non-ordering icke-order
non-poisonous giftfri
non-profit ickekommerciella
non-rigid plastic mjukplast
non-secure icke-säkerställd
non-secured icke-säkerställd
non-sexual ickesexuellt
non-standard ej standard
non-stop utan uppehåll
non-text icke-text
non-toxic giftfri
non-usa icke-usa
nonanointed icke heliga
noncommercial ickekommerciella
nondescript obestämdbar
none ingen
nonexistent ickeexisterande
nonfederal ickefederala
nonplus förbrylla
nonpolitical opolitisk
nonresidential utsocknes
nonsense dumheter
pennon vimpel
phenomenon fenomen, företeelse
prononcement yttrande
synonymous liktydig, synonym
synonyms synonymer
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