noun, plural Far·o·ese, adjective
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Definition for faroese (2 of 2)
noun, plural Faer·o·ese.
Origin of Faeroese
Example sentences from the Web for faroese
The Faroese sheep are noted for the fineness and luxuriance of their fleece, and it always commands a high price in market.The Land of Thor|J. Ross Browne
So far as I am aware no version of any of the Faroese ballads has appeared in English.
Moreover it is no easier to generalise about the sources of the Faroese ballad material than about the Danish.
Whatever the nature of their connection with the ballads of the surrounding lands, the Faroese ballads are no isolated growth.
Indeed it would be difficult to overestimate the debt which all succeeding students of Faroese ballads owe to him.