[nawr-wee-juh n] /nɔrˈwi dʒən/
of or relating to , its inhabitants, or their language.
a native or inhabitant of .
the language of , a Germanic language spoken in two different dialects known as Bokmål and Nynorsk.
of, relating to, or characteristic of Norway, its language, or its people
any of the various North Germanic languages of Norway See also Nynorsk, Bokmål Compare Norse
a native, citizen, or inhabitant of Norway
c.1600 (n. and adj.), sometimes in early use Norvegian, from Medieval Latin Norvegia “Norway,” from Old Norse Norvegr (see Norway) + -ian.
- Norwegian buhund
/ˈbuːˌhʊnd/ noun 1. a slightly-built medium-sized dog of a breed with erect pointed ears and a short thick tail carried curled over its back
noun 1. an ocean current formed from the terminus of the North Atlantic Current, flowing N along the Norwegian coast into the Barents Sea.
noun 1. one of a breed of dogs having a short, compact body, short, pointed ears, and a thick, gray coat, raised originally in Norway for hunting elk and other game.
- Norwegian forest cat
noun 1. a breed of long-haired cat with a long bushy tail and a long mane