Nynorsk meaning

no͝o-nôrsk, nünôshk
The newer of the two standard varieties of Norwegian, created in the mid-1800s and based on dialects of the language as spoken in rural areas.
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One of the two major written standards (language variants) of Norwegian.
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Origin of nynorsk

  • Norwegian ny new (from Old Norse nȳr span-new) norsk Norwegian (from noregsk) (from Old Norse Nōregr , Norway)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Norwegian nynorsk (“new Norwegian")

    From Wiktionary