Definition of Bokmal

1. Noun. Book language; one of two official languages of Norway; closely related to Danish.

Exact synonyms: Bokmaal, Dano-norwegian
Generic synonyms: Norwegian
Specialized synonyms: Riksmaal, Riksmal



Definition of Bokmal

1. Proper noun. One of the two major written standards of Norwegian, literally meaning “book language”. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bokmal

Bohn's nodules
Boho
Bohr
Bohr's atom
Bohr's equation
Bohr's theory
Bohr effect
Bohr magneton
Bohr magnetons
Bohr theory
Boise
Bojanus organ
Bojanus organs
Bokkos
Bokmal
Bokmål
Bolanci
Bolbitis
Boletaceae
Boletellus
Boletellus russellii
Boletus chrysenteron
Boletus edulis
Boletus frostii
Boletus luridus
Boletus mirabilis
Boletus pallidus
Boletus pulcherrimus
Boletus pulverulentus
Boletus roxanae

Literary usage of Bokmal

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1. Norway by Martin Gostelow (2002)
"Language Norwegian comes in two distinct forms: the formal bokmal derived from the official language used when Denmark ruled Norway, and a contrived blend ..."

2. Svenska språkets lagar: kritisk afhandling by Johan Erik Rydqvist (1868)
"... bokmal, — en benämning, ... användt (bokmal), oaktadt rikedomen af litteraturen på modersmålet. ..."

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