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The influence of Sámi and Kven language on the Northern Norwegian dialects



Year of publication 2022
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
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Faculty of Arts

Description In my presentation, I would like to draw attention to the northernmost and easternmost part of Norway, Finnmark, and specifically to its interior. This is an area that has historically been closely linked to the Finno-Ugric population. The coexistence of Norwegian as a representative of the Indo-European languages and Sámi or Kven as representatives of the Uralic languages may have resulted in several specific features. My goal is to present those features related to morphology and syntax.
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