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The Frisian languages are a closely related group of Germanic languages, spoken by about ... North Frisian: Nordfriisk Instituut in Bredstedt/Bräist (unofficial) ..... languages, the most widespread language family in Europe and the world.

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North Frisian is a minority language of Germany, spoken by about 10,000 people in North Frisia ..... Nordfriisk Instituut (North Frisian Institute) homepage (mainly in (in German)); Friisk Foriining (Frisian Society) homepage (in English); Friisk ...

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Directory of Aran Resources. Home > World > Nordfriisk > Aran. Uun "Aran" wurd wääbsidjen apnimen, diar mä't daielk leewent tu dun haa. Det hüs an a guard ...

www.nordfriiskinstituut.de/indexausw_e.html

Thousands of North Frisians crossed the oceans in the last nearly 400 years to an unknown New World, and many found a new home overseas. The databank of ...

www.nordfriiskinstituut.de/englisch.html

The Nordfriisk Instituut is the central scientific institution in North Frisia for the .... a ) "Wide heart - clear horizon"; represents the knowledge of the world the ...

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Nov 11, 2017 ... This page is part of © FOTW Flags Of The World website ... "The Frisians in Schleswig-Holstein", Braeist/Bredstedt: Nordfriisk Instituut, 1994.

www.frisiacoasttrail.com/culture-and-language

... dialects West Frisian (or Westerlauwersk Frysk) and North Frisian (or Nordfriisk ). .... According to the UNESCO Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger ...

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Aug 19, 2006 ... Source: Thomas Steensen, The Frisians in Schleswig-Holstein, Braeist/Bredstedt: Nordfriisk Instituut, 1994. Jan Oskar Engene, 7 December ...

www.llifle.com/Encyclopedia/PALMS_AND_CYCADS/Family/Arecaceae/24938/Phoenix_canariensis

NORTH FRISIAN (Frasch/Fresk/Nordfriisk): (Nordfriisk): Kanaarisk datelpualem ... in gardens and parks around the world in tropical, subtropical and temperate ...