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Old Gutnish was spoken in the Island of Gotland (the current Sweden). It is an Old Norse dialect. It was spoken by the vikings who lived there during the medieval times. Gutnish is still spoken today by a number of people in the island. The Gutnish that is currently used is a mixture of Old Gutnish and Modern Gutnish. Most of the words from Modern Gutnish have been derived from Old Gutnish. Even though linguists recognize Gutnish as an independent language, the Sweden [...]
Old Gutnish was the dialect of Old Norse that was spoken on the island of Gotland (Sweden). Today modern Gutnish is still spoken on the south-east parts of Gotland and on the island of Fårö. Linguists suggested that Old Gutnish was closely related to Gothic.
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This dictionary was made by Thomas Broch-Nielsen.
List status: © Thomas Broch-Nielsen
Old Gutnish > English: 225 words
English > Old Gutnish: 174 words
Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: September 5, 2005
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