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Norwegian in the American Midwest: A Common Dialect?

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The American Midwest is an area that stretches over huge distances. Yet it seems that the Norwegian language in this whole area has some similarities, particularly at the lexical level. Comparisons of three types of vocabulary across the whole area, as well as across time, building on accounts in the previous literature from Haugen (1953) onwards, are carried out. The results of these comparisons convince the authors that it is justified to refer to this language as one lexically defined dialect, which we call lexicolect.

Affiliations: 1: University of Oslo, jannebj@iln.uio.no ; 2: University of Oslo, signe.laake@ilos.uio.no

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