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* [log in to unmask] ([log in to unmask]) [991105 19:17]:
> Would this normally be marked in a standard english <-> norwegian dictionary?

I haven't used an English <-> Norwegian dictionary since kiddie-school

> Are there any defined orthgraphic features (intervocalic cluster of
> different/same consonants?) that makes this predictable?

I'm a native speaker, I wouldn't know :)
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Righty-o.  Thanks.

I'll get meself down to Waterstones and pick up TY Norwegian, and see what I can
figure out.

Actually ... I rather fancy another trip down to Foyles to go ooh and aah, and
shell out some more beer vouchers for significant and weighty tomes.  Is there a
definitive work on the history of rural norwegian?






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