from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of Faroese.
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- adj. Alternative form of Faroese.
- n. Alternative form of Faroese.
- proper n. Alternative form of Faroese.
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- n. a Scandinavian language (closely related to Icelandic) that is spoken on the Faroe Islands
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The Faeroese demand that their culture be respected, but how can civilized people anywhere respect such a barbaric tradition and barbarism as exactly what it is - an affront to decency, an insult to humanity, and a disgrace to civilization.
And hopefully more and more Faeroese will view it as the rest of the world does and compassion will triumph over cruelty.
Seas warmer than usual this year have seen a migration of mackerel out of EU waters to cooler more northerly territories fished by Icelanders and Denmark's Faeroese, who have both upped their mackerel catch allowances in response, angering Brussels.
All lyrics are in Faeroese, written but not translated in the booklet, so there's something for the linguistically interested to sink their teeth into.
On Saturday night, a Faeroese passenger in a car was shot in the back by two young men on a bicycle.
Temporal genome scan analysis applied to DNA from archived otoliths from a Faeroese population demonstrated stability of the intra-population variation over 24 years.