Old Frisian
Language akin to English spoken on the coast of modern Netherlands and Germany before 1500.

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  • Old Frisian — Spoken in Netherlands, Germany, Southern Denmark Era 8th to 16th c. Language family Indo European Germanic …   Wikipedia

  • Old Frisian — n. a West Germanic language closely related to Old English, preserved in documents from the 13th to the 16th cent …   English World dictionary

  • Old Frisian — noun the Frisian language up to c.1400, closely related to both Old English and Old Saxon …   English new terms dictionary

  • Old Frisian — noun the Frisian language until the 16th century; the Germanic language of ancient Frisia • Hypernyms: ↑Frisian …   Useful english dictionary

  • Old Frisian — the Frisian language before c1500. Abbr.: OFris * * * …   Universalium

  • Old Frisian — /oʊld ˈfrɪziən/ (say ohld frizeeuhn) noun the Frisian language spoken before 1400 …   Australian English dictionary

  • Old Frisian — ISO 639 3 Code : ofs ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Historical …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • Old-frisian longhouse — Old frisian longhouses were, as the name indicates, long bodied houses which can be found in the Dutch province Friesland. These type of houses had more than two different parts behind or beside each part. It is the forerunner of the Head Neck… …   Wikipedia

  • Old Frisian given names — There are very few surviving early Mediaeval Frisian given names. Surviving texts in Old Frisian date only from the second half of the 13th century.[1] A document that dates to around the year 900 and dealing with the rents due to Werden abbey… …   Wikipedia

  • Old Frisian longhouse — Drawing of a longhouse Old frisian longhouses were, as the name indicates, long bodied houses which can be found in the Dutch province Friesland. These type of houses had more than two different parts behind or beside each part. It is the… …   Wikipedia

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