Definitions for Norwegian
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Norwegian, Norseman, Norsenoun
a native or inhabitant of Norway
a Scandinavian language that is spoken in Norway
of or relating to Norway or its people or culture or language
A native of Norway.
Of or pertaining to Norway (the country)
Of or pertaining to the Norwegian people
Of or pertaining to the Norwegian language
The language of Norway.
Etymology: From Norwegia + -ian.
Norwegian generally refers to anything related to Norway, a country in Northern Europe. It can refer to: 1. The people of Norway: A person who is a native or inhabitant of Norway. 2. The language of Norway: Norwegian is a North Germanic language primarily spoken in Norway, with two official written forms, Bokmål and Nynorsk. 3. The culture, history, or heritage of Norway. 4. Objects, items, or ideas originating from or associated with Norway.
of or pertaining to Norway, its inhabitants, or its language
a native of Norway
that branch of the Scandinavian language spoken in Norway
Etymology: [Cf. Icel. Noregr, Norvegr, Norway. See North, and Way.]
The Norwegian goat breed from Norway is used for the production of milk and meat.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
nor-wē′ji-an, adj. pertaining to Norway—(Shak.) Norwē′yan.—n. a native of Norway: a kind of fishing-boat on the Great Lakes.
The numerical value of Norwegian in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of Norwegian in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
There was no need for a Norwegian licence, we followed the procedure. Norwegian authorities were kept fully informed.
Norwegian Cruise Lines are launching the Norwegian Escape in 2015, which was named by consumers via a Facebook contest, so travelers are already invested in it, the Norwegian Escape will be the largest ship in the Norwegian Cruise Lines fleet and features The Haven, which is almost like a separate ship, with luxury suites, private dining and more.
In Norwegian = "Det var godt sagt, jeg skulle ønske det var jeg som hadde sagt det først." Translated to english :"That was a good saying,I wish that I was the one who said it first." And then after realizing that other people most probably have said the same thing before him he made another quote : In Norwegian = "Det var godt sagt, jeg skulle ønske jeg ble sitert på det først." Translated to english : "That was a good saying, I wish that I was the one quoted for quoting this saying first."
There was no need for a Norwegian license, we followed the procedure. Norwegian authorities were kept fully informed.
He came too close (to the Norwegian fighter), but he was not aggressive.
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