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Old Norse language

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East Norse also called Old Norse language

Old East Norse, between 800 and 1100, is in Sweden called Runic Swedish and in Denmark Runic Danish, but the use of Swedish and Danish is not for linguistic reasons as the differences between them are minute at best during the more ancient stages ofSource: Wikipedia

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West Norse also called Old Norse language

Most of the innovations that appeared in Old Norse spread evenly through the Old Norse area, but some were geographically limited and created a dialectal difference between Old West Norse and Old East NorseSource: Wikipedia

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Old Norse also called Old Norse language

the North Germanic language that was spoken by inhabitants of Scandinavia and inhabitants of their overseas settlements during the Viking Age, until about 1300Source: Wikipedia

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