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" The language — dialect if preferred — of the North of England is to this day full of words and expressions which can only be explained by the help of the Icelandic as the representative of the old Northern languages spoken by the Scandinavian settlers... "
An Icelandic-English Dictionary: Based on the Ms. Collections of the Late ... - Page xlix
edited by - 1874 - 779 pages
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The History and Poetry of the Scottish Border: Their Main Features and Relations

John Veitch - Borders Region (Scotland) - 1878 - 556 pages
...the dialect of the north of England."* "The language of the North of England," says Sir GW Dasent, " and especially the dialect called Lowland Scotch,...words and expressions which can only be explained by help of the Icelandic as the representative of the old Northern language spoken by the Scandinavian...
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The History and Poetry of the Scottish Border

John Veitch - 1893
...the dialect of the north of England."1 "The language of the north of England," says Sir GW Dasent, " and especially the dialect called Lowland Scotch,...words and expressions which can only be explained by help of the Icelandic as the representative of the old Northern language spoken by the Scandinavian...
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Northamptonshire Notes and Queries: An Illustrated Quarterly ..., Volume 6

Christopher Alexander Markham - Northampton (England) - 1896
...places or qualities. The language — dialect if preferred — of the North of England is to this day full of words and expressions which can only be explained...Icelandic as the representative of the old Northern languages spoken by the Scandinavian settlers in England. The colonization of Iceland was included...
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Northamptonshire Notes and Queries, Volume 6

1896
...of places or qualities. The language—dialect if preferred—of the North of England is to this day full of words and expressions which can only be explained...Icelandic as the representative of the old Northern languages spoken by the Scandinavian settlers in England. The colonization of Iceland was included...
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British Family Names--Their Origin and Meaning . . .

Barber - History - 2009 - 300 pages
This book consists of a dictionary of about 8,000 British surnames, with such information as nationality, origin or etymology and, in some instances, references to sources such ...
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