- of or relating to Iceland, its inhabitants, or their language.
- the language of Iceland, a North Germanic language. Abbreviation: Icel.
Origin of Icelandic
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Contemporary Examples of icelandic
Buy a pair of these and traipse around a big city center or off road through the Icelandic countryside.The Daily Beast’s 2014 Holiday Gift Guide: For the Anthony Bourdain in Your Life
November 29, 2014
Arnaldur Indridason, an Icelandic crime writer, has been translated into twenty languages.
She worked with Eliza Reid, a Canadian based in the Icelandic capital, to set up the gathering.
It was Independent People, by Nobel laureate Haldor Laxness, that put modern Icelandic literature on the global map.
Björnsson is an Icelandic strongman competitor who won the 2011 Strongest Man in Iceland contest.Meet Game of Thrones’ Sexy New Season 4 Cast: The Red Viper, Porn Stars, and More
April 4, 2014
Historical Examples of icelandic
It is the old Icelandic ordinance, but it has gone from Iceland.The Little Manx Nation - 1891
The Englishman does wear pajamas, but the word with him takes on an Icelandic meaning.Journeys to Bagdad
Charles S. Brooks
It does not make the Icelandic writers anxious about their own fame or merits.
It is a fair description of the aim of the Icelandic authors and of their peculiar gift.
To let the story take care of itself is the first rule of the Icelandic authors.
- of, relating to, or characteristic of Iceland, its people, or their language
- the official language of Iceland, belonging to the North Germanic branch of the Indo-European familySee also Old Icelandic