Bokmål


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Related to Bokmål: Nynorsk

Bok·mål

 (bo͝ok′môl′, bōk′-)
[Norwegian : bok, book; see bhāgo- in Indo-European roots + mål, language.]
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Bokmål

(Norwegian ˈbuːkmoːl)
n
(Languages) one of the two official forms of written Norwegian, closely related to Danish. Also called: Dano-Norwegian Formerly called: Riksmål Compare Nynorsk
[Norwegian, literally: book language]
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Bok•mål

(ˈbʊk mɔl)

n.
a literary form of Norwegian that combines Danish grammatical norms and features of local Norwegian vernaculars. Compare Nynorsk.
[1935–40; < Norwegian: book language]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Bokmal - book language; one of two official languages of Norway; closely related to Danish
Norwegian - a Scandinavian language that is spoken in Norway
Riksmaal, Riksmal - in 1929 this dialect of Norwegian was officially renamed Bokmal
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Translations
kirjanorja
ブークモール
Bokmål
bokmål