Middle Norwegian
Proper noun
  1. The interim language in Norway between 1350 (the Black Plague) and 1525. An amalgam of Norwegian, Swedish and Danish, following Old Norwegian (Old Norse).
Translations
  • French: moyen norvégien
  • German: Mittelnorwegisch



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