Ta ny Faaroee (Faaroish: føroyingar) nyn gynney beg ayns yn Oarpey my hwoaie. T'ad jeh kynney fuilleeaght ny Loghlynee as ny Celtiee. T'ad ry-gheddyn ayns Ellanyn ny Geyrragh, yn Eeslynn, y Danvarg, Norlynn as yn Austrail. T'ee Faaroish, çhengey Ghermaanagh gollrish yn Eeslynnish, nyn jengey oc.

Faaroee
(føroyingar)
Faroese folk dance club from vagar.jpg
Daunseyryn theayagh Ellanyn ny Geyrragh.
Earroo yn phobble

80,000 - 90,000

Ardjyn lesh sleih mooar jeu
Flag of the Faroe Islands.svg Ellanyn ny Geyrragh 48,322 [1]
Flag of Denmark.svg Yn Danvarg 21,687 [2]
Flag of Norway.svg Norlynn 500~1,000
Flag of Iceland.svg Yn Eeslynn 500
Çhengaghyn
Faaroish, Danvargish
Craueeaght
Yn Agglish Lutheragh
Kynnaghyn mooinjeragh
Danvargee, Norlynnee, Eeslynnee, Soolynnee, Nalbinee as Yernee

Sleih ard-ghooaghEdit

 
Yn vrattagh oc

KiaullEdit

Jeeagh neesht erEdit

Screeuyn moylleeEdit

  1. Staydraa Ellanyn ny Geyrragh, 2007
  2. Politiken, 2006 (pabyr-naight ayns Danvargish)

Lhaih neeshtEdit

  • Arge, Símun, Guðrun Sveinbjarnardóttir, Kevin Edwards, and Paul Buckland. 2005. "Viking and Medieval Settlement in the Faroes: People, Place and Environment". Human Ecology. 33, no. 5: 597-620.


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