The Little Prince

Der Kleine Prinz

Le Petit Prince

Tann lítli prinsurin

Forøyar (Faroe Islands)

Faroese - Färöisch - Féroïen

Forøyskt

Title: Tann lítli prinsurin
Publisher: Egið Forlag
Place: Fuglafjørður, Faroe Islands
Year: 1981
Translator: Alexandur Kristiansen
ISBN No.: none

Remarks:

Áh, lítli prinsur! Sum fráleið skilti eg, hvussu syrgilig tilvera tín hevði verið. Í langar tíðir hevði tú ikki havt annað at tikið tær til, enn at sitið og hugt at bjørtu sól­seturs­glæmuni. Hetta fekk eg at vita fjórða dagin, tá ið tú segði: Mær dámar so væl at síggja sólina seta.

Title: Tann lítli prinsurin
Publisher: Egið Forlag
Place: Fuglafjørður, Faroe Islands
Year: 2013
Translator: Alexandur Kristiansen
ISBN No.: 978-99918-3-373-6

Remarks:

Áh, lítli prinsur! Sum fráleið skilti eg, hvussu syrgilig tilvera tín hevði verið. Í langar tíðir hevði tú ikki havt annað at tikið tær til, enn at sitið og hugt at bjørtu sól­seturs­glæmuni. Hetta fekk eg at vita fjórða dagin, tá ið tú segði: Mær dámar so væl at síggja sólina seta.

Faroese is an Insular Nordic language spoken as a native language by about 66,000 people, 45,000 of whom reside on the Faroe Islands and 21,000 in other areas, mainly Denmark. It is one of four languages descended from the Old West Norse language spoken in the Middle Ages, the others being Norwegian, Icelandic, and the extinct Norn, which is thought to have been mutually intelligible with Faroese. Faroese and Icelandic, its closest extant relative, are not mutually intelligible in speech, but the written languages resemble each other quite closely. (Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faroese_language)

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