Definition of icelandic

Common misspellings:
  • iclandic (0.0%)
  • icelantic (0.0%)
  • islandic (100.0%)
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Examples of usage:
  1. But it is also possible that they were originally scarce for we read of the waters of the sea being so freshened and chilled by the melting of ice bergs in some Norwegian and Icelandic fjords that the fish are driven away and all the mollusca killed - The Antiquity of Man by Charles Lyell

  2. 193 282 Icelandic Legends - Moon Lore by Timothy Harley

  3. We can see that its elementary principles the methods of composition in verse and prose are essentially the same in all times and countries in the Iliad in the Icelandic Sagas in the old Teutonic and Anglo Saxon poems and to some extent in the French Chansons de Geste they might be used to morrow for a heroic subject by any one gifted with the requisite skill imagination and the eye for impressive realities - Studies in Literature and History by Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall