the language of Norway as spoken and written from the middle of the 12th to the end of the 14th centuries.
noun 1. a resort town in S Maine.
[ohl-duh-wuh n, awl-] /ˈoʊl də wən, ˈɔl-/ adjective, Archaeology. 1. of or designating a Lower and Middle Pleistocene industrial complex of eastern Africa, characterized by assemblages of stone tools about two million years old that are the oldest well-documented artifacts yet known. Oldowan (ōl’də-wən, ôl’-) Relating to the earliest recognized stage of Paleolithic tool culture, […]
noun 1. See under . [pur-mik] /ˈpɜr mɪk/ noun 1. a subfamily of Finnic, comprising the modern languages Udmurt and Komi, spoken in northeastern European Russia, and fragmentary attestations of an earlier language (Old Permic) dating from the 15th century.
noun 1. an ancient West Iranian language attested by cuneiform inscriptions. Abbreviation: OPers. noun 1. an ancient language belonging to the West Iranian branch of the Indo-European family, recorded in cuneiform inscriptions of the 6th to the 4th centuries bc See also Middle Persian