How Well Do You Know Frisian Vocabulary?

Answer 60 questions and find out how well you know your Frisian vocabulary.

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Why take our Frisian Vocabulary Quiz?

Frisian is an official regional language in the Netherlands and is also spoken in Germany and Denmark. With around 500,000 speakers worldwide, it’s a language with a rich history and unique sound system.
Learning Frisian can be a valuable asset for various professions such as teaching, government, tourism, and cultural industries. It can also provide you with a deeper understanding of Frisian culture and history. For example, the oldest known written documents in Frisian date back to the 13th century, making it one of the oldest living languages in Europe. Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your linguistic horizons and gain insight into the culture and history of the Frisian people. Take our Frisian Vocabulary Quiz now!
Languages Related to Frisian

Below are a few languages that are related to Frisian in that they also belong to the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family:

Afrikaans Icelandic
Alsatian Jeirriais
Danish Luxembourgish
Dutch Norwegian
Faroese Scots
Flemish Swedish
German Yiddish
Did you know?

Frisian has the longest words among European languages and some of the longest words in the world. For example, the Frisian word “bûtenútferkearsbuorkerijenkomst” means “meeting of outdoor traffic farmers”.

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