Nordic Languages

Nordic languages is other name for North Germanic languages. Can you name them?
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Language
Danish
Faroese
Icelandic
Norwegian
Swedish
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Level 4
Mar 26, 2017
Faroese is spoken in the faroe islands. Finnish is spoken in Finland. Why do not you find out things?

Roosa

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Level 73
Mar 26, 2017
What is your point?
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Level 4
Mar 26, 2017
Faroese belongs to Denmark and it is not a country. Finland is a Nordic country and the Finns speak Finnish.

Roosa

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Level 73
Mar 26, 2017
It does not have to be sepatare country to have its own language. Faroese is not same like Danish, and Finnish is not North Germanic language. Finland is Nordic country because of its position, but Finnish language belongs to other language group.
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Level 4
Mar 27, 2017
Nordic language is a language that´s spoken in Scandinavia. I know that Finnish belongs to Germanic langauage.

Roosa

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Level 50
Apr 26, 2021
stfu
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Level 4
Mar 28, 2017
Sorry; I wrote wrong. "I know that Finnish belongs to Germanic languages.". I meant : "I know that Finnish doesn´t belong to Gemanic languages.". Anyway it is spoken in a Nordic country.
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Level 42
Jul 29, 2017
Finnish is a Nordic language. As is Elfdalian. Nordic does not mean 'North Germanic'.