Definition of New Norwegian

1. Noun. One of two official languages of Norway; based on rural dialects.

Exact synonyms: Landsmaal, Landsmal, Nynorsk
Generic synonyms: Norwegian

Definition of New Norwegian

1. Proper noun. Nynorsk; Norwegian Nynorsk ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of New Norwegian

New Jersey
New Jersey Plan
New Jerseyan
New Jerseyite
New Jerseyites
New Journalism
New Labour
New Latin
New London
New Look
New Mexican
New Mexicans
New Mexico
New Netherland
New Norwegian (current term)
New Orleanian
New Orleans
New People's Army
New Pomerania
New Prussian
New River
New River Gorge Bridge
New Romantic
New Romanticism
New Scotland Yard
New Siberian Islands
New South Wales
New Stone Age
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Literary usage of New Norwegian

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. In Viking Land: Norway: Its Peoples, Its Fjords and Its Fjelds by Will Seymour Monroe (1908)
"... The Dano-Norwegian and the New-Norwegian — Unconscious approximation of the two languages. ... NewNorwegian ..."

2. International Migration Outlook by OECD (2006)
"The new Norwegian Nationality Act of September 2005 requires language skills in Norwegian or Sami as a pre-condition to obtain nationality. ..."

3. Production; a Study in Economics by Peter Harboe Castberg (1907)
"It became necessary to procure silver, and upon the basis of this silver to issue new Norwegian notes. The Norwegian people were accordingly enjoined to ..."

4. The Political History of England by William Hunt, Reginald Lane Poole (1906)
"After some Swedish successes a convention was signed at Moss on August 14, which recognised the new Norwegian constitution, but provided for a personal ..."

5. The History of England, from Addington's Administration to the Close of by George Charles Brodrick, John Knight Fotheringham (1906)
"... was signed at Moss on August 14, which recognised the new Norwegian constitution, but provided for a personal union of the crowns of Sweden and Norway. ..."

6. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1903)
"Norwegian Residents, New York city, gifts for the erection of a new Norwegian hospital there, aggregating $140000. Oberlin College, Ohio, gift from friend ..."

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