The North Germanic language of medieval Norway, Iceland, Denmark, and Sweden up to the 14th century, from which the modern Scandinavian languages are derived. See also Old Icelandic.
- There were also the vernaculars such as Irish, Old English, Old Norse, Frisian, Old Saxon, Old High German, Hebrew, and the Slav languages, and in the east a host more such as Greek, Coptic, Arabic, Syriac, Armenian, and Aramaic.
- Members of the Yorkshire Ridings Society made their declarations in four locations and in four languages - Latin, Old English, Old Norse and Modern English.
- The declaration, in Latin, Old English, Old Norse and modern English, is read to the West Riding, North Riding, City of York and East Riding in turn.
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