What is another word for North Germanic?

Pronunciation: [nˈɔːθ d͡ʒɜːmˈanɪk] (IPA)

North Germanic is a term used to describe the language group that includes the Scandinavian languages of Norwegian, Danish, and Swedish; as well as Faroese and Icelandic. There are several synonyms for the term North Germanic, including Nordic languages, Scandinavian languages, and the Norse language family. The term Scandinavian languages is often used interchangeably with North Germanic, and refers specifically to the languages spoken in Scandinavia, which includes Norway, Denmark, and Sweden. The Norse language family also includes the extinct languages spoken by the ancient Norse peoples, such as Old Norse and Old Icelandic. Overall, these terms all refer to the group of languages spoken in the northern regions of Europe.

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