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Encyclopedia > Wood Frisian

Dialect spoken in the eastern part of the "dutch" part of Friesland, wich is called the "wâlden" (english: the woods), the dialect is also spoken in parts of Groningen. Wich is a province on the east boders of Fryslân. There is also a dialect of Frisian in Groningen wich is called Westerkwartiers Fries. Spoken in towns like: Opende, Grootegast en some towns next to it.


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ANTIQUE 6 CORNER HAND CARVED FRISIAN WOOD PANEL c1880 - (eBay item 250156068409 end time Sep-03-07 09:30:00 PDT) (652 words)
These beautiful carvings carving from the Northern most province of the Netherlands, Friesland, would also be a wonderful genuine architectural addition to any house, wall,into a piece of furniture or building of this period undergoing restoration or for decorative use.
We give a description at the best of our knowledge If they are damaged or have faults i describe them,please remember you are bidding on antique item, and we try to take the pictures as good as we can to give you the best impression.
The nut frisian six flat side panel is in a very good antiques state.Bidding is not a game do not bid if you have no intention of completing the transaction.
Frisian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (750 words)
Frisian is a Germanic language, or group of closely related languages, spoken by around half a million members of an ethnic group living on the southern fringes of the North Sea in the Netherlands and Germany.
Frisian is officially recognised and protected as a minority language in Germany and is one of the two official languages of the Netherlands.
For example, the Frisian for "green cheese" is "griene tsiis", whereas in Dutch it is "groene kaas".
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