Some linguists consider West Frisian, Saterland Frisian, and North Frisian to be varieties of a single language called “Frisian”. As they are not mutually intelligible, other linguists and the speakers consider them to be separate languages in a language group called “Frisian”. Saterland Frisian is also known as “East Frisian”, but this term more often refers to a Low German dialect, because the Low German dialect has a far greater number of speakers than the Frisian lect.
(comparative more Frisian, superlative most Frisian)
- Of, in or relating to the Frisian language or a Frisian language.
- Because the instruction manual was Frisian, Yves couldn't read it.
- Of or relating to the natives or inhabitants of Frisia; to people of Frisian descent.
- Of or relating to the region of Frisia.
- Of or relating to the natives or inhabitants of the Dutch province of Friesland.
- Of or relating to the Dutch province of Friesland.