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FRISIAN Links (9)   Books (15)   
Number of languages: 3
Languages: EASTERN FRISIAN, NORTHERN FRISIAN, WESTERN FRISIAN
Group path: INDO-EUROPEAN » GERMANIC » WEST GERMANIC » NORTH-SEA » FRISIAN
Description:

Frisian is spoken by about 362.000 people. The speakers live in the Netherlands and in Germany.

Frisian belongs to the Western branch of the Germanic languages. It is closely related to English, Dutch and German. The Germanic languages form... [more ...]


Links
1   Frisian
http://www.ned.univie.ac.at/Publicaties/taalgeschiedenis/en/fries.htm
2   Frisian Place Names
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/9479/fries.html
3   Frisian Version of Silent Night
http://www.silentnight.web.za/translate/frysk.htm
4   Frsk
http://www.frsk.nl/index.html
5   Lowland-L
http://www.lowlands-l.net/
6   Nijs ut Fryslân Archief
http://www.drf.nl/kiosk/persburofryslan/archief.htm
7   TravLang's English Frisian Dictionary
http://dictionaries.travlang.com/EnglishFrisian/
8   TravLang's Frisian-English Dictionary
http://dictionaries.travlang.com/FrisianEnglish/
9   Wikipedy - de frije ensyklopedy
http://fy.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haadside

Books
1   Arhammar, N.: Die Amringer Sprache. Die Amringer Literatur
2   Arhammar, N.: Die Syltinger Sprache. Die Syltinger
3   Borchert, M. & Arhammar, R.: Wi lear Halunder
4   Dijkstra, W.: Friesch woordenboek
5   Helten, W. L. v.: Altostfriesische Grammatik
6   Heusler, A.: Altfriesisches Lesebuch
7   Holthausen, F.: Altfriesisches Wörterbuch
8   Markey, T. L.: Frisian. Trends in Linguistics, State of the Art Reports 13
9   Ramat, P.: Il Frisone, Introduzione allo studio della Fililogia Frisone
10   Richthofen, K. v.: Altfriesisches Wörterbuch
11   Richthofen, K. v.: Friesische Rechtsquellen
12   Sjölin, B.: Einführung in das Friesische
13   Steller, W.: Abriß der altfriesischen Grammatik
14   Tiersma, P. M.: Aspects of the Phonology of Frisian, Based on the Language of Grou
15   Tiersma, P. M.: Frisian Reference Grammar




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