People from Iceland are Icelandic, so you would call them Icelanders.
They call it football.
A person from Iceland is Icelandic or an Icelander.
Icelandic people - Icelanders
because most people call iceland fire and ice because it is over a hotspot
In Iceland, Santa is called Jólasveinar. In Icelandic folktales, there are 13 Santa Clauses.
Yes, Iceland is a proper noun, the name of a country. A proper noun is the name of a person, a place (Iceland), a thing, or a title.
I'm not sure if you could call these wars but 'The cod wars' (There were three of them) against Britian, which Iceland won.
The people who live in Iceland are called Icelanders by English speakers or oÃslendingar in their own language.
Because when some viking came to the country and when he saw the country from his ship there were like ice bergs in the sea by the land. He was the first man to come to Iceland.
Largely, yes. But, again a large portion of Iceland wouldn't be considered "tundra" by a normal person.
Icelandic, as in "Have you ever studied the Icelandic sagas?"
Ingólfur Arnarsson (Viking)
No, Icelandian is an incorrect attempt as creating a proper adjective for Iceland. Icelandic is the correct proper adjective for something from Iceland; Icelander is the correct proper noun for a person from Iceland.
What you call person who fixes light
Jólsvein or jólasveinar,jólasveinn is like Santa clause but Jólasveinar santa clause's because in iceland there are 13 santa clauses
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