Nynorsk (New Norwegian) is one of the two official written standards of Norwegian; the other is Bokmål. It is based on Norwegian dialects and was created by Ivar Aasen during the 19th century as a Norwegian alternative to Danish upon which it is based. Danish was then often written in Norway.
|Pronunciation||[ˈnyːnɔʂk] or [ˈnyːnɔʁsk]|
|Latin (Norwegian alphabet)|
Official language in
|Regulated by||Norwegian Language Council|
|Norwegian Nynorsk edition of Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia|