Definition of Dano-norwegian
1. Noun. Book language; one of two official languages of Norway; closely related to Danish.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dano-norwegian
Literary usage of Dano-norwegian
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Language: An Inquiry Into the Development of English in the by Henry Louis Mencken (1921)
"... specimens of the Dano-Norwegian spoken by Norwegian settlers in Minnesota, as given by Dr. Nils Flaten, of Northfield, Minn. ..."
2. 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. ... DanoNorwegian ..."
3. The Celtic and Scandinavian Antiquities of Shetland by Gilbert Goudie (1904)
"THE dano-norwegian CLAIMS UPON ORKNEY AND SHETLAND.1 I am aware that, in general estimation, to reopen the old question of the claims of Denmark upon the ..."
4. British Books in Print by J. Whitaker & Sons (1902)
"Two Parts (English and Dano-Norwegian and Dano Norwegian and English) in one Volume. 760 pages. ..."
5. Modern Education in Europe and the Orient by David Excelmons Cloyd (1917)
"The great obstacle to such a change seems to be the existence of practically all the classics of Norway in the Dano-Norwegian, their being but one striking ..."