noun another term for Bokmål.

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  • Dano-Norwegian — /ˌdeɪnoʊ nɔˈwidʒən/ (say .daynoh naw weejuhn) noun → Bokmål …   Australian English dictionary

  • Dano-Norwegian (disambiguation) — The adjective and derived noun Dano Norwegian means Danish and Norwegian . It can have two related meanings: It can refer to the former (1536 1814) union between Denmark and Norway or its people; or by extension to anything relating to both of… …   Wikipedia

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  • Father of Dano-Norwegian Literature — Ludvig Holberg …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • Dano-Swedish War (1658–1660) — Dano Swedish War (1658–60) Part of the Second Northern War Copenhagen, 11 February 1659. The Danish def …   Wikipedia

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