[nee-nawrsk, -nohrsk; Norwegian ny-nawshk] /ˈni nɔrsk, -noʊrsk; Norwegian ˈnüˌnɔʃk/
a literary language based on western Norwegian dialects and Old Norse and in 1885 adopted as one of the two official languages of Norway.
/Norwegian ˈnyːnɔːsk; English ˈniːnɔːsk/
one of the two mutually intelligible official forms of written Norwegian: it also exists in spoken form and is derived from the dialect of W and N Norway Also called Landsmål Compare Bokmål

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