Old-norse



noun
1.
the Germanic language of medieval Scandinavia.
Abbreviation: ON.
noun
1.
the language or group of dialects of medieval Scandinavia and Iceland from about 700 to about 1350, forming the North Germanic branch of the Indo-European family of languages ON See also Proto-Norse, Old Icelandic

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