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Faroese language resources



Faroese is spoken on a daily basis in: Denmark

Encyclopedia resources on Faroese
Faroese language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...most comprehensive book about Faroese) Faroese bookshop www.bokasolan.fo [ edit ] External links Faroese language edition of Wikipedia Faeroese - English Dictionary from Webster's Online Dictionary - the ...

Faroe Islands - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...nation with its own fleet. The national awakening since 1888 was first struggling for the Faroese language , thus more cultural oriented, but after 1906 more and more politically after the foundation of ...

Eth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...to make the Eth Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eth " Categories : Icelandic language | Faroese language | Middle English language | Old English language | Uncommon Latin letters Views Article ...

Danish language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...together with Swedish. Though Norwegian is classified as a West Scandinavian language together with Faroese and Icelandic , a more recent classification based on mutual intelligibility places Icelandic ...

Forsíða - Wikipedia
...ið øll kunnu skriva í. Wikipedia er ein verkætlan har vit saman skriva og brúka eina alfrøði . Málið er at gera eina fullfíggjaða alfrøði við opnum innihaldi á øllum heimsins málum ...

German language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Faroese : týskt German: Deutsch Icelandic : þýska Italian : tedesco Medieval Latin : (lingua) Theodisca ... Grammar of the German Language (1904, 1922) — the most complete and authoritative work in English ...

Icelandic language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Its closest relative is the Faroese language . While most Western European languages have reduced greatly the extent of inflection, particularly in noun declension , Icelandic retains an inflectional ...

Norwegian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Together with these two languages as well as Faroese and Icelandic , Norwegian belongs to the North ... 19-823765-0 [ edit ] External links Norwegian language edition of Wikipedia Norwegian language edition of ...

Norn language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Norn is generally considered to have been fairly similar to Faroese, sharing many phonological and grammatical traits with this language. [ edit ] Sounds The phonology of Norn can never be determined with ...

Farsi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Farsi' is the native name for the Persian language spoken in Iran , Tajikistan , Uzbekistan , Afghanistan , and some other parts of the Caucasus and Central Asia. An Iranian island in the Persian Gulf ; see ...



Academic resources on Faroese
Icelandic and Faroese Photographs of Frederick W. W. Howell
...the database of photographs held in the Fiske Icelandic Collection. The Icelandic and Faroese photographs of Frederick W. W. Howell and the Icelandic photographs of Henry A ...

Cornell Library Digital Collections
Andrew Dickson White Collection of Architectural Photographs , the Icelandic and Faroese Photographs of Frederick W. W. Howell , the Claire Holt Indonesian Art Collection , Political Americana ...

faroese
...faroese.web.itd.umich.edu. Address: 141.211.144.199 Status: UP Probe: Ping/Echo Up Time: n/a Availability: 100 % (of 1 day, 2 hours, 34 minutes) Packet Loss: 0.06 % (of 3154 total attempts) Recent Loss: 1 pkts at ...

faroese
...faroese.web.itd.umich.edu. Address: 141.211.144.199 Status: UP Probe: Ping/Echo Up Time: n/a Availability: 100 % (of 1 day, 2 hours, 34 minutes) Packet Loss: 0.06 % (of 3155 total attempts) Recent Loss: 1 pkts at ...

Cornell University Image Collections
Icelandic and Faroese Photographs of Frederick W. W. Howell Click Image to View Claire Holt Indonesian Art Collection Click Image to View Political Americana Collection Click Image to View Reuleaux ...

Icelandic and Faroese Photographs of Frederick W. W. Howell
...photographer and traveler Frederick W.W. Howell, F.R.G.S., recorded Icelandic and Faroese landscapes, farmsteads, towns and people in a remarkable series of photographs that ...

Icelandic and Faroese Photographs of Frederick W. W. Howell
...note about searching and the Icelandic alphabet Data for the Icelandic and Faroese photographs of Frederick W. W. Howell and the Icelandic photographs of Henry A. Perkins and Magnús Ólafsson ...

Thor's Home Page
Faroese: Tórsdagur (local); Hósdagur Old Icelandic, Old Norse: Þórsdagr Modern Icelandic: Fimmtudagur [fifth day]. After Iceland became Christian most of the older heathen day names were replaced ...

Baltimore - Advanced Search
Faroese Fijian Finnish Finno-Ugrian Fon French French, Middle French, Old Frisian Friulian Fulah Ga Gaelic (Scots) Galician Gallegan Ganda Gayo Gbaya Georgian German German, Middle High German, Old ...



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Government resources on Faroese
CIA - The World Factbook -- Faroe Islands
...makes the Faroese economy extremely vulnerable, and the present fishing efforts appear in excess of what is a sustainable level of fishing in the long term. Oil finds close to the Faroese area give ...

Icelandic and Faroese Collections: Overviews of the Collections ...
Icelandic and Faroese Collections: Overviews of the Collections (European Reading Room, Library of Congress). The Library of Congress >> Especially for Researchers >> Research Centers Home >> Collections ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Faroe Islands
...makes the Faroese economy extremely vulnerable, and the present fishing efforts appear in excess of what is a sustainable level of fishing in the long term. Oil finds close to the Faroese area give ...

Statistical Sites on the World Wide Web
Faroese only) Djibouti Ministry of the Economy, Finances and Privatization Planning (in French only) Dominican Republic National Statistics Office (in Spanish only) Ecuador National Institute of Statistics ...

Overviews of the Collections (European Reading Room, Library of ...
The Icelandic and Faroese Collections The Italian Collections The Maltese Collections The Modern Greek Collections The Moldovan Collections The Polish Collections The Romanian Collections The Russian ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Denmark
Scandinavian, Inuit, Faroese, German, Turkish, Iranian, Somali Religions: Evangelical Lutheran 95%, other Protestant and Roman Catholic 3%, Muslim 2% Languages: Danish, Faroese, Greenlandic ...

Faroe Islands
Faroese economy extremely vulnerable, and the reduction in the foreign debt is at the cost of low investment. Oil finds close to the Faroese area give hope for deposits in the immediate Faroese area ...

CIA - The World Factbook 2002 -- Faroe Islands
...makes the Faroese economy extremely vulnerable, and the present fishing efforts appear in excess of what is a sustainable level of fishing in the long term. Oil finds close to the Faroese area give ...

Denmark (08/05)
July 1, 2005): 5,432,335. Annual growth rate: 0.34%. Ethnic groups: Scandinavian, German, Inuit, Faroese. Religion membership: Evangelical Lutheran 84.3%. Catholics, Jews, other Protestant denominations ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Faroe Islands
...makes the Faroese economy extremely vulnerable, and the present fishing efforts appear in excess of what is a sustainable level of fishing in the long term. Oil finds close to the Faroese area give ...



".org" resources on Faroese
Faroese language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An Introduction to Modern Faroese, Tórshavn (Faroes) 1977 (no ISBN, 244 pages) (4th printing 2002) Höskuldur Þráinson, Hjalmar P. Petersen, Jógvan í Lon Jacobsen, Zakaris Svabo Hansen: Faroese. An ...

Faroe Islands - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...printed with Faroese motifs. The islands use standard Danish coins. Faroese krónur use the Danish ISO 4217 code DKK. The Faroe Islands or simply Faroes ( Faroese : Føroyar , meaning "Sheep Islands", Danish ...

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Føroyar - Wikimedia Commons
Topographic map of the European region. English captions Topographic map of the European region. Faroese captions Topographic map of the European region. Danish captions Topographic map of the European ...

Main Page - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Faroese) · Frysk (Western Frisian) · Gaeilge (Irish) · Gàidhlig (Scots Gaelic) · हिन?दी (Hindi) · Interlingua · ?slenska (Icelandic) · Basa Jawa (Javanese) · ქ?რთული ...

Open Directory - Reference
Faroese (6) Farsi (186) Finnish (316) French (2,520) Galician (36) German (6,892) Greek (152) Gujarati (6) Hebrew (245) Hindi (16) Hungarian (51) Icelandic (44) Indonesian (206) Interlingua (13) Irish ...

Open Directory - Science
Faroese (2) Farsi (12) Finnish (579) French (9,811) Galician (41) German (14,667) Greek (30) Gujarati (1) Hebrew (111) Hindi (14) Hungarian (971) Icelandic (9) Indonesian (44) Interlingua (6) Irish (1 ...

Boone County Public Library: Serving the needs of Boone County ...
Sell. January's book: The Song of Hannah by Eva Etzioni-Halevy. 14 Dec | 7:00pm | Knitting a Faroese Shawl. For knitters familiar with knit and purl, it is time to move from scarves to a festive holiday ...

Open Directory - Society
Faroese (29) Farsi (139) Finnish (1,213) French (9,225) Galician (187) German (30,810) Greek (253) Gujarati (8) Hebrew (739) Hindi (103) Hungarian (1,039) Icelandic (92) Indonesian (547) Interlingua ...



Commercial resources on Faroese

Faroese (froyskt ['f???st]), often also spelled Faeroese, is a West Nordic or West Scandinavian language spoken by 48,000 people in the Faroe Islands and about 12,000 Faroese in Denmark. It is one of three insular Scandinavian languages descended from the Old Norse language spoken in Scandinavia in the Viking Age, the others being Icelandic and the extinct Norn, which is thought to have been mutually intelligible with Faroese.


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