What is another word for Old Icelandic?

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[ ˈə͡ʊld a͡ɪslˈandɪk], [ ˈə‍ʊld a‍ɪslˈandɪk], [ ˈəʊ_l_d aɪ_s_l_ˈa_n_d_ɪ_k]

Old Icelandic is a term that refers to the language and literature of Iceland during the period from the 9th to the 13th century. This period is also known as the "Old Norse" period or "Old Icelandic Literature" period. Other synonyms for Old Icelandic include Old Norwegian, Old Scandinavian, and Old Nordic. The language and literature of this period are predominantly written in runic and Latin scripts. Old Icelandic literature includes epic sagas, eddas, skaldic verses, and other forms of poetry. These literary works offer insights into the culture, history, and mythology of the Viking Age in Iceland and Scandinavia.

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    The Old Icelandic language is spoken by a small group of people in Iceland. It is the langue d'oc, which is a dialect of Old Norse. Old Icelandic was the language of Iceland's early settlers and it was the official language of Iceland until 1919. Today, it is only spoken by a few elderly people in Iceland, who have learned it from their parents or grandparents.

    Old Icelandic was once the most widely spoken language in Iceland. It was the language of Iceland's settlers and the official language of the country until 1919. In that year, Iceland became a republic and Icelandic replaced Old Norse as the country's official language.

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