In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The Norwegians have just one point, but still harbour hopes of catching the Glasgow side with two games remaining.
- Open to all comers, it attracts thousands of Norwegians, and most of the world's best marathon skiers.
- Most Norwegians have an entirely different perspective of religion.
- Lillesand was once a fishing and shipbuilding town, but now it plays host to rich Norwegians on holiday, or who have taken up residence.
- About 130 Norwegians flew to the North Pole and cheered and drank champagne on a charter flight as they passed the top of the globe on a round trip from Oslo.
- The trick for me has been to attempt to absorb Norway, not to be negative, to identify with Norwegians and Norway, yet not lose my Irish roots.
- Each year the Norwegians observe the 17th of May as their National Day, celebrating independence.
- There are Brazilians, Austrians, Americans, Brits and Norwegians.
- You wonder what the oblivious couple would make of these two 28-year-old Norwegians if they glanced over at our table.
- The 16-year-old later told police that the Norwegians had started the fights, but added that he had been drinking.
- The Norwegians had not ditched all their directness, though.
- The national stadium, which will house 6,000 Norwegians on Saturday, was sold out last Wednesday.
- A ride in a horse and carriage to view a glacier in Norway turned into a nightmare for the party of 47 British holidaymakers and two Norwegians.
- Hoardings explain that the money for this development has been given by the Swedes and the Norwegians, the Japanese and the European Union.
- The Norwegians are touring the West of Ireland and are based in Galway City and will spend just one night in Kiltimagh.
- Major cuts in North Sea cod will be announced within a week - delayed because of continuing negotiations with the Norwegians.
- Every 17th of May you will see Norwegians at their rowdiest and drunkest for their National Day celebrations.
- This was obvious when the Norwegians carried out a massive construction programme to harness their hydro-power.
- In a few days Norway and Norwegians all over the World will celebrate the 17th of May.
- We thank the Norwegians for their help with the travel and accommodation, and are very much looking forward to going to Brisbane.
- Short was a talented linguist, who in addition to Turkish spoke Bulgarian, Norwegian, French and Portuguese.
- He writes in both Arabic and English, and some of his work has been translated into German, Italian, Greek and Norwegian.
- As of 1990, about 80,000 speakers of Norwegian remained in the United States.
- In Scandinavia, for instance, if a traveller knows Danish, Swedish, or Norwegian, it is possible to communicate across language boundaries.
- The Herth Hope Index was translated from English into Norwegian according to internationally accepted guidelines.
- The German language is related to Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Dutch, and Icelandic, as well as to English.
- Most of Shukla's works have been translated and published in Norwegian and Urdu languages.
- Swedish is a Germanic language closely related to Norwegian and Danish.
- Icelandic is a Germanic language related to Norwegian.
- There are actually two forms of Norwegian, both of which are considered official languages and can be understood by all Norwegians.
- In addition to musical interests he acquired several languages, and later added others, including Latin, Norwegian, and Russian.
- Other languages used in the press and in public schools included Yiddish, Swedish, and Norwegian.
- Having lived in Norway, and therefore having an ability to speak Norwegian, I have been fascinated by the coverage.
- Most of those written in Norwegian or Russian provide English summaries.
- Swedish is a North Germanic language, related to Norwegian, Danish, and German.
- Translated from Norwegian, it will soon be available in paperback.
- They spoke Norwegian and French respectively to the children; English to each other and Bulgarian with the home help and babysitter.
- It is now available in Norwegian, French, German, Slovenian and Danish.
- As well as Gaelic, Scots and English, he wrote poems in French, Italian and Norwegian.
- Language is a unifying factor, as Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish are mutually intelligible languages.
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