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icelandicPart of speech: Adjective Part of speech: Noun Usage examples "icelandic":
- The early Icelandic settlers are reputed to have had a curious mode of determining the spot on which they should build their homes. - "A Girl's Ride in Iceland", Ethel Brilliana Alec-Tweedie.
- Similar tales might be related, of the great difficulties and hardships bravely overcome by several other foreign groups in Wisconsin: for instance, the Poles, the Dutch, the Welsh, the Bohemians, the Cornishmen of the lead- mine region, and the Icelandic fishermen of lonely Washington Island. - "Stories of the Badger State", Reuben Gold Thwaites.
- Cristy poured out her story, at least as much of it as she thought would convey the urgency of the situation; but it was rather difficult to make the woman grasp it, Mrs. Thorlakson's English being somewhat limited, while the girl had no knowledge whatever of Icelandic. - "Every Man for Himself", Hopkins Moorhouse.