- adj. 弗利然语的；弗里斯兰人的
- n. 弗利然语；弗利然人
- Frisian (adj.)
- 1590s, "of or pertaining to the people of Frisia," the lowland coast of the North Sea and nearby islands (Old English Frysland, Freslond; adjective Freisisc), named for the Germanic tribe whose name was Latinized as Frisii," which perhaps originally meant "curly-headed" (compare Old Frisian frisle "curly hair"). The native form of the people name is Old English Frysan/Fresan (plural). Cognate with Old Frisian Frise, Middle Dutch Vriese, Old High German Friaso). As a noun from c. 1600, "West Germanic language spoken in Friesland." It is closely related to Dutch and Old English.
- 1. The language most closely related to English is the West Germanic language Frisian.
- 2. Frisian, spoken in northern Holland , developed independently , as did Faroese, a Scandinavian language spoken Faroe Islands.
[ Frisian 造句 ]