frankisk

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Equivalent to franker (Frank) +‎ -isk, borrowed via German fränkisch from Frankish *frankisk (Frankish), derived from *frankō, from Proto-Germanic *frankô (spear; Frank).

The adjective was also borrowed to Old English Frenċisċ (hence English French) and Old French franceis (hence French français). Doublet of fransk.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): [ˈfʁɑŋˀkʰisɡ̊], [ˈfʁɑŋˀɡ̊isɡ̊]

Adjective[edit]

frankisk

  1. (historical) Frankish (relating to the historical Germanic tribe of the Franks)
  2. (obsolete) West European (seen from the point of view of the Greeks and Middle Eastern people)
  3. Franconian (relating to the German region of Franconia)

Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From franker +‎ -isk.

Adjective[edit]

frankisk (indefinite singular frankisk, definite singular and plural frankiske)

  1. (historical) Frankish (relating to the Franks and their kingdom)

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Norwegian Nynorsk[edit]

Adjective[edit]

frankisk (indefinite singular frankisk, definite singular and plural frankiske)

  1. (historical) Frankish (as above)

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