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Old Icelandic

Saltos de línea: Old Ice|land¦ic

Definición de Old Icelandic en inglés:

sustantivo

[mass noun]
Icelandic up to the 16th century, a form of Old Norse in which the medieval sagas were composed.
Example sentences
  • Faring forth in such a manner would have been an elementary skill of the ‘vard-lokkur’ or enchanter, but I have also noted that, in Old Icelandic (very similar to Old Norse), we have the words ‘vargr’ and ‘lik’ (physical body).
  • He had already picked up Gaelic from his aunts and others in Tarbert, and by the time he left Oxford his repertoire included Irish, Danish, Greek, Latin, Modern Greek, Old Icelandic, French, Welsh and Spanish.
  • If this is the case, then the question remains how the content, or at least the -features, of null subjects in languages like Chinese, Imbabura Quechua, and Old Icelandic can be identified given this account.

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