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Alternative forms[edit]

Are the attestable forms

Intetkjøn, Intetkön/intetkön, Intetkjön

Danish too? (Or are they Norwegian, Swedish, or less likely of some other North Germanic language like Bornholmsk, Elfdalian? With the letter æ in the text, it shouldn't be "modern" Swedish.)
R. Rask's Frisisk Sproglære mentions "Intetkön (I.)   neutrum" and he also uses the term in some of his writings. -20:26, 13 February 2018 (UTC)