Lappish


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Synonyms for Lappish

any of the languages spoken by the Lapps and generally assumed to be Uralic languages

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Dressed in a long sheepskin coat, he entered the room, greeted the Swedish traveller with a firm handshake, complimented him for his warm Lappish dress and showed him to the room where he was to stay.
d reindeer, mashed potatoes, lingonberry jelly, snow rhapsody; Lappish berries with soft vanilla ice-cream while Menu 4 gets more elaborate with creamy soup made of smoked reindeer and blue cheese, flavoured with parsley, fried salmon and cloudberry-cream sauce, sliced potatoes and vegetables, warm bread pudding grandmother style and vanilla custard.
He was a government pastor himself, hailing from the remote north of the country and also working there in areas with Sami and Lappish people, the indigenous people of Scandinavia, living in the north of the countries as nomadic or semi-nomadic reindeer herdsmen.
They were known in the past as Lapps, or Lappish, but they no longer accept those terms, which were given to them by non-Sami settlers and explorers.
It makes for an excellent spot in which to settle down for a seriously large Lappish dinner.
Hotel Snow Princess is built in a traditional Lappish style, and has a warm, sociable and festive atmosphere.
High serum selenium concentrations in reindeer breeding Lappish men.
We exclude the first alternative hypothesis because arctic foxes are usually not very shy; in fact, the Lappish name of the species means the fearless and foolhardy (Ostbye & Pedersen 1990).
Swedish researcher Carl von Linne (1707-1778) studied for example Lappish nature.
The hotel houses an ice chapel, two restaurants serving Lappish and Swedish dishes, and the Absolut Icebar, which offers designer cocktails served from ice glasses.
The eastern part of Finmarken was, however, given back to Norway (with the exception of the Neiden area), and, what was new, the Lappish region of Enontekio (Lapponia enontekiensis), which belonged, and still belongs, to Finland, was excluded from the Geo-Ecological Finland.
The company builds its playground equipment from tough Lappish pine bound by colorful metal forgings.
He explains the stereotypes of the "primitive" that marked early Lappish literature by both Sami and non-Sami writers that was oriented to southerners.
Ethnic Division: Homogeneous Caucasian with small Lappish minority.