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On Mon, 16 Nov 1998, Joshua Shinavier wrote:

> > 'Norge' is bokm=E5l, 'Noreg' is nynorsk, both are valid. I
> > thought your informant on norwegian was one of those
> > nynorsk-lovers (I stick to 'radical' bokm=E5l myself), but if
> > it merely was a typo... :)
>=20
> Aha, so that's it.  I've seen "Noreg" on the Net more than once but I've =
always
> thought it was a misspelling of Norge.  I don't speak any Norwegian
> myself, though I do speak Swedish (my favorite natlang)... so my choice i=
s
> bound to be biased :-)
>=20

Well, Norway in Icelandic is "Noregur", so perhaps Norge is the=20
misspelling of Noreg?

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