Often asked: How To Say I Love You In Norwegian?

How do you pronounce jeg in Norwegian?

If we were to use the International Phonetic Alphabet (see here: http://www.internationalphoneticalphabet.org/ipa-sounds/ipa-chart-with-sounds/), the standard pronounciation for “jeg” is /jæɪ̯/ and for “meg” /mæɪ̯/. However it is just a correct in western Norway to say /meːɡ/ for “meg”.

How do you say love in Viking?

Að unna = To love.

Is God Jul Norwegian?

The Norwegian word for Christmas. Before Christianity Norwegians celebrated Jól at the coldest full moon of the year.

What is a god jul?

god jul {interj. } [example] Merry Christmas.

How do you say goodnight in Norwegian?

Norwegian god natt means good night | norwegianabc.com.

How do you pronounce g in Norwegian?

G is silent before j. e.g. gjøre – ‘do’ and in the adjective ending -ig. Ge is not pronunced in morgen ‘morning’. G is pronounced as English y before i, e.g. gi – ‘give’. H is silent before j and v. e.g. hjerte ‘heart’ and hver ‘each’.

How is Jeg pronounced?

Jeg (pronounced with a y sound, to rhyme with ‘pie’) originates from the Old Norse ek and the Old English ic with the Latin influence of ego, all of which contribute to its meaning of ‘I’ in Danish.

What do Norwegians say for cheers?

A toast, Skol (written “skål” in Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish and “skál” in Faroese and Icelandic or “skaal” in transliteration of any of those languages) is the Danish/Norwegian/Swedish word for “cheers,” or “good health,” a salute or a toast, as to an admired person or group.

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