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Pronunciation of Norse: Learn how to pronounce Norse in English correctly

Learn how to say Norse correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word Norse:

adjective
of, relating to, or characteristic of ancient and medieval Scandinavia or its inhabitants
of, relating to, or characteristic of Norway
noun
the N group of Germanic languages, spoken in Scandinavia; Scandinavian
any one of these languages, esp in their ancient or medieval forms See also Proto-Norse, Old Norse
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Example Sentences Including ‘Norse’

Apparently eighteenth-century scholars weren’t up to deciphering Norse runes – that particular scholar wasn’t, anyway.
Harris, Elizabeth TIME OF THE WOLF
But he…’ `King Edmund would not have been spared had he gone on his knees to every Norse god in the pantheon.
Harris, Elizabeth TIME OF THE WOLF
Fear of 13 can be traced back even further, to a fable in Norse mythology about a banquet in Valhalla.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)
Professor Michael Baillie of Queen’s University in Belfast said he was not surprised by the lack of Norse DNA in Rush’s genes.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2001)
Strangely enough, although Norse had even more sounds than Old English, this futhark has only sixteen runes.
Cooper, Jason D USING THE RUNES
The best lure patterns are the pilchard and the blue/ red in the Norse Stream range.
THE MERCURY, SUNDAY TASMANIAN (2004)