- Of or relating to Scandinavia, its people, or their languages.More example sentences
- Scores of Yorkshire dialect words have remarkably similar counterparts in modern Scandinavian languages.
- Viking invasions a few centuries later brought Scandinavian languages to the British Isles, while the Norman invasion in 1066 introduced French.
- The Scandinavian languages of the Viking settlers penetrated much more deeply into English vocabulary, syntax, morphology, and phonology.
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- 1A native or inhabitant of Scandinavia, or a person of Scandinavian descent.More example sentences
- The Dutch and early English merchants created a gateway town that became a melting pot of Germans, Jews, Scandinavians, and Africans.
- They were Europeans, Scandinavians, Americans and those that outnumbered the rest were Spanish.
- Their placings are seen as sure signs that the Celts and Scandinavians were stitched up by a central and eastern European alliance.
- 2The North Germanic languages (Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Icelandic, Faroese) descended from Old Norse.More example sentences
- They included papers in English, German, and Scandinavian.
- It meant nothing, it was just fake German or fake Scandinavian or something..
- A common language can be French, Scandinavian, Swahili whatever, and does not have to be English so the change proposed should actually be an improvement in the French eyes.
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- The British & World English dictionary