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Norse
American English: /nɔrs/
British English: /nɔːs/

Translation of Norse in Spanish:

adjective

noun

uncountable
  • (Old) Norse
    Example sentences
    • Many of the events are legendary and bear similarities to other Germanic historical and mythological literature in Old English, Norse and German.
    • Borrowings from Gaelic, Norse, and Norman French have created a diverse patchwork of regional dialects.
    • The inscriptions are in runes and Old Norse, but the personal names (both Norse and Celtic) and the grammatically-confused language suggest a thoroughly mixed community.

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