A collective term for Scandinavian (typically Norwegian) individuals.
Speakers of every of this North Germanic languages.
The old language talked by Vikings, from where contemporary Scandinavian languages tend to be derived. Icelandic is one of closely related contemporary version, having changed little as a result of Iceland's linguistic separation.
Of or pertaining to the North—that is, to Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, and their dependencies, including Iceland, etc., comprehended under the name of Scandinavia; pertaining to the language of Scandinavia.