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LPP Faroese

Tann Lítli Prinsurin — in Faroese (Føroyskt), the language of Faroe Islands. Faroese is one of five languages descended from Old West Norse spoken in the Middle Ages, the others being Norwegian, Icelandic, and the extinct Norn and Greenlandic Norse. Faroese and Icelandic, its closest extant relative, are not mutually intelligible in speech, but the written languages resemble each other quite closely, largely owing to Faroese’s etymological orthography.

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