Dano-Norwegian love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An official literary form of Norwegian based on written Danish.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun book language; one of two official languages of Norway; closely related to Danish

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Examples

  • The reader who knows the Dano-Norwegian language may further be recommended to the study of Carl Naerup's Norsk Litteraturhistories siste Tidsrum (1905), a critical history of Norwegian literature since 1890, which is invaluable in giving a notion of the effect of modern ideas on the very numerous younger writers of Norway, scarcely one of whom has not been influenced in one direction or another by the tyranny of

    Henrik Ibsen

  • The reader who knows the Dano-Norwegian language may further be recommended to the study of Carl Naerup's Norsk Litteraturhistories siste Tidsrum (1905), a critical history of Norwegian literature since 1890, which is invaluable in giving a notion of the effect of modern ideas on the very numerous younger writers of Norway, scarcely one of whom has not been influenced in one direction or another by the tyranny of

    Henrik Ibsen

  • I found one titled ‘Scandinavian basic vocabulary', which contained 3500 basic words in Dano-Norwegian, New norwegian, Swedish, Danish and Icelandic.

    languagehat.com: HIGH ICELANDIC.

  • (LandsmÃ¥l or Nynorsk) in the mid-19th century was mainly due to the efforts of the Norwegian poet Ivar Aasen, who presented it as an alternative to the official Norwegian language of the time (RiksmÃ¥l, Dano-Norwegian).

    Artifact

  • Here are some characteristic specimens of the Dano-Norwegian spoken by Norwegian settlers in Minnesota, as given by Dr. Nils Flaten, of Northfield, Minn.

    Appendix 2. Non-English Dialects in America. 6. Dano-Norwegian

  • It is to be hoped that among the students they attract there will be some who will devote themselves to the transplanted living tongues as the scholars of the Middle West have devoted themselves to Dano-Norwegian.

    Appendix 2. Non-English Dialects in America. 11. The Slavic Languages

  • The Dano-Norwegian φl is abandoned for the English beer, which becomes bir.

    Appendix 2. Non-English Dialects in America. 6. Dano-Norwegian

  • In Dano-Norwegian there is no letter w, and the suffix of agency is not - er but - ar; so the word becomes svindlar.

    Appendix 2. Non-English Dialects in America. 6. Dano-Norwegian

  • In the course of this he enumerates the Dano-Norwegian translations known to him.

    An Essay Toward a History of Shakespeare in Norway

  • All this has combined to give us a body of translations which, for fine felicity, stand unrivalled in Dano-Norwegian.

    An Essay Toward a History of Shakespeare in Norway

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