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|Statement||edited by Turið Sigurðardóttir and Brian Smith|
|LC Classifications||PD2485 .J35 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 278 p. :|
|Number of Pages||278|
|LC Control Number||2011428053|
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Jakob Jakobsen in Shetland and the Faroes edited by Turid Sigurd ardottir and Brian Smith Published by Shetland Amenity Trust and the University of the Faroe Islands CONTENTS Preface vii Biography Marianna Debes Dahl: The Jakobsen letters and what they reveal 1 Language.
Faroese born Jakob Jakobsen arrived in Shetland in and spent time in various areas of Shetland collecting words, phrases and place names. The Danish version of The Place-Names of Shetland was published inwhilst the English translation was published in18 years after his death.
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heritage. Jakob Jakobsen and Norn, to quote the words of the popular song (though forsaking the benefit of rhyme) 'go together like a horse and carriage'. This juxtaposition of scholar and phenomenon therefore seems a natural choice for today's lecture topic.
But as well as summarising Jakobsen's achievements in Shetland, and in a modest way. Jakobsen and Shetland. Jakob Jakobsen is a key figure in Shetland's culture. As John J. Graham writes in his preface to the 2nd edition, his "Dictionary of the Norn Language in Shetland is the unrivalled source-book of information on the origins and usage of the Shetland tongue.
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen founded in - top university. Sluiten. Menu en zoeken; Contact; My University; Student Portal. It was not at all confined to Denmark: it was spoken in Scandinavia (Denmark, Norway and Sweden), whose centre it was; it was spoken in Iceland, Faroe, Shetland, Orkney, to a great extent in the western Scottish Isles, the Isle of Man, and also to some extent in Britain itself--in part of Scotland, especially in the north and along the coast Author: Jakob Jakobsen.
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Jakob Jakobsen’s dictionary of Shetland Norn actually has two entries for ganfer, which means that he regards it as two different words which just happen to sound the same.
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& Brian Smith (ritstj.). Jakob Jakobsen in Shetland and the Faroes. Shetland Amenity Trust/University of Tórshavn: Lerwick/Tórshavn. Jakob (properly Jákup) Jakobsen, (22 February — 15 August ), was a Faroese linguist as well as a scholar of literature. He was the first Faroese person to earn a doctoral degree.
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The subject of his doctoral thesis was the Norn language in Jakobsen's parents were Hans Nicolai Jacobsen from Tórshavn, Johanne Marie Hansdatter from was the youngest of three children, having two older sisters, their.
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