Faaroee

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Faaroee
(Føroyingar)
Faroese folk dance club from vagar.jpg
Daunseyryn theayagh Ellanyn ny Geyrragh.
Earroo yn phobble

80,000 - 90,000

Ardjyn lesh sleih mooar jeu
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Ellanyn ny Geyrragh 48,322 [1]
Flag of Denmark.svg Yn Danvarg 21,687 [2]
Flag of Norway.svg Norlynn 500~1,000
Flag of Iceland.svg Yn Eeslynn 500
Çhengaghyn
Faaroish, Danvargish
Craueeaght
Yn Agglish Lutheragh
Kynnaghyn mooinjeragh
Danvargee, Norlynnee, Eeslynnee, Soolynnee, Nalbinee as Yernee

Ta ny Faaroee (Faaroish: Føroyingar) nyn gynney beg ayns yn Oarpey my hwoaie. T'ad jeh kynney fuilleeaght ny Loghlynee as ny Celtiee. T'ad ry-gheddyn ayns Ellanyn ny Geyrragh, yn Eeslynn, y Danvarg, Norlynn as yn Austrail. T'ee Faaroish, çhengey Ghermaanagh gollrish yn Eeslynnish, nyn jengey oc.

Sleih ard-ghooagh[reagh]

Yn vrattagh oc

Kiaull[reagh]

Jeeagh neesht er[reagh]

Screeuyn moyllee[reagh]

  1. Staydraa Ellanyn ny Geyrragh, 2007
  2. Politiken, 2006 (pabyr-naight ayns Danvargish)

Lhaih neesht[reagh]

  • Arge, Símun, Guðrun Sveinbjarnardóttir, Kevin Edwards, and Paul Buckland. 2005. "Viking and Medieval Settlement in the Faroes: People, Place and Environment". Human Ecology. 33, no. 5: 597-620.


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