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Faroese (also spelled: Faeroese , Føroysk) is a member of the West Scandanavian group of the North Germanic languages. It is spoken in the Faroe Islands by about 44,000 people.
Faroese is closely related to modern Icelandic, despite the fact that the languages are mutually unintelligible. Both languages preserve many characteristics of Old Norse.
Written Faroese was established in 1846 by Faroese linguist Venceslaus Ulricus Hammershaim. Much of the Faroese literary tradition consists of ballads.
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Faroese Quick Facts
Alternate Names & Spellings: Føroyskt
Language Family: Indo-European, Germanic, North, West Scandinavian
Official Language of: Faroe Islands
Spoken by Approximately 44,000 people
Also Spoken In: United States