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Gutnish

Gutnish
Gutamål/Gutniska
Native to Sweden
Region Gotland
Native speakers
5,000 (1998)[1]
Early forms
Old Gutnish
  • Gutnish
Language codes
ISO 639-3
Glottolog gutn1238[2]

Gutnish, or Gotlandic, is a

  • Official site of the Modern Gutnish Guild
  • Characteristics of scandinavian dialects, including Gutnish.
  • A blog about the Gutnish language. In English.
  • About Gutnish and a Gutnish-English word list
  • A blog written in Gutnish
  • Old and Modern Gutnish.

External links

  1. ^ Swedish at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
  2. ^ Nordhoff, Sebastian; Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2013). "Gutniska".  
  3. ^ Tomas Riad. 2013. The Phonology of Swedish. OUP Oxford, 2013 p.9
  4. ^ Gustavsson, H. (1945). Gutamål och rikssvensk. Boken om Gotland, 2.
  5. ^ About the Gutnish Language, Gutamålsgillet
  6. ^ Gutamålsgillet
  7. ^ Description of Gutnish on Gotland Tourism Website

References

[7][6] According to the webpage of the guild, there are now 1500 people using Gutnish on Facebook.[5]

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