Norwegian to English

Norwegian is spoken exclusively in Norway and is the closest descendant language from Old Norse, excluding Icelandic. Norwegian is the official language of Norway and has no Standard Norwegian - meaning everything has their own dialect. If you want to know how to translate something from Norwegian into English, then ask your question in this category.

Asked in Norway, Norwegian to English

What is the name for great great grandmother in Norwegian?

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Great great grandmother in Norwegian is tippoldemor. See the related links, below, for more information about genealogical terms in Noregian.
Asked in Translations, Norwegian to English

How do you say hello in norsk?

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hallo ? hei? halla? but I think you are norwegian.. because you spelled in norsk xD Hello in Norwegian (Norsk) is Hallo pronounced- h-a-l-oo
Asked in Norway, Norwegian to English

What does the norwegian word slura mean?

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Slipped. Although it's not a common word at all, so it could be a misspelling.
Asked in Academic Writing, MLA Format, Norwegian to English

Do you use quotation marks when writing names of paintings?

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In MLA format, original paintings require either underlining or italics. See example: Da Vinci, Leonardo. Mona Lisa. 1503-1506. Oil on wood. Louvre, Paris.
Asked in Vikings, Nicknames, Norwegian to English

What does the name Ronan mean in the viking language?

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Ronan is an old Irish name that means "little seal". As far as I know it has no Viking origin.
Asked in Synonyms and Antonyms, Non-English Names Pronunciation, Norwegian to English

What is the opposite of natural?

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Unnatural, uncommon, different, abnormal Artificial, fake, unorganic, synthetic
Asked in Translations, Norway, Companies, Norwegian to English

What does ASA mean in Norwegian?

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ASA means "allmennaksjeselskap", and is an abbreviation following a company name that signifies that the company is listed in the stock-exchange.
Asked in Translations, Norway, Norwegian to English

What is Norwegian word for grandmother?

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Norwegians have several words for grandmother. The general term is bestemor. That covers all grandmothers. But most norwegians differ between your mother's mum and your father's mum. bestemor = grandmother mormor = "mother's mum" farmor = "father's mum"
Asked in Translations, Norway, Letters Notes and Memos, Norwegian to English

How do you say thank you in Norwegian?

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Thank you: Takk A little more formal: Tusen takk (it's like thank you very much). Answer Tack (thank you; pronounced 'tahk') or Tack så mycket (thank you very much; pronounced 'tahk zoh MEE-keh) While 'tack' is generally translated to English as 'thanks', it is often used with many other meanings, sometimes distinguished only by intonation or context. Examples of other uses for the word 'tack' include: please, you're welcome, how may I help you?, goodbye. --- To the answer above Totally rubbish. "Tack så mycket" is swedish, not norwegian (although it means the same). The first answer is correct. Your explanations are also incorrect. The word "Takk" has the same meaning as "Thank you" or "thanks" in english. Thank you -Takk Please - Vær så snill You're Welcome -Ingen årsak How may I help you - Hvordan kan jeg hjelpe deg? /Trenger du hjelp? Goodbye - Hadebra/hadet
Asked in Anthropology, Name Origins, Norwegian to English

What ethnicity is the last name ending in nik?

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i could be wrong, but i believe its slovenian. well, at least my last name ends in -nik and i know for a fact that my great-grandfather was born there when it was part of the austro-hungarian empire. there are surnames on -nik in nearly all slavic states - russia, belarus, poland, czech republic, slovakia, ukraina, serbia, croatia. there were many migrations among these countries. it is believed that surnames on -nik developed in contact with jidish.
Asked in Name Origins, Names and Name Meanings, Norwegian to English

What ethnicity is the last name Dhaliwal?

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Indian. Indian. Its a jatt clan (punjabi). Last name goes back to 100 yrs ago.
Asked in Norway, Norwegian to English

How do you write my name in norwegian?

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The Norwegian alphabet is the same as the English except the extra three last letters: Æ, Ø, Å. Your English name would be the same in Norwegian, and as almost all Norwegians speak English they could easily pronounce your name the same. However it would also be possible to pronounce your name in a Norwegian fashion, with respect to different letter pronunciation and stress. Although this would hard to explain in writing, even if I knew your name. 'My name' is 'mitt navn' but if you want to say 'my name is Joe' you would say 'jeg heter Joe'.
Asked in Name Origins, Names and Name Meanings, Norwegian to English

What ethnicity is the last name Taus?

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My great, great grandfather's birth name was William Taus and he and his ancestors were full Swedish. So it's Swedish.
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Norway, Norwegian to English

How do you count to 1 20 in Norwegian?

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En, to, tre, fire, fem, seks, syv, åtte, ni, ti, elleve, tolv, tretten, fjorten, femten, seksten, sytten, atten, nitten, tyve.
Asked in Translations, Norway, Norwegian to English

What does neiman mean in norwegian?

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Not really a Norwegian word -see discussion