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Orcadian dialect is a dialect of Insular Scots, itself a dialect of the Scots language. It is derived from Lowland Scots with a degree of Norwegian[1][2][3] influence from the Norn language, which is an extinct North Germanic language. Orcadian is spoken in Orkney, north of mainland Scotland. The other Insular Scots dialect is Shetlandic, which shares some features with Orcadian. References[edit]

The Concise Scots Dictionary

^ http://www.scotslanguage.com/Scots_Dialects_uid117/Insular_uid118/Shetland_uid675 The Main Dialects of Scots: Shetland ^ http://www.scotslanguage.com/Scots_Dialects_uid117/Insular_uid118/Orkney_uid1243 The Main Dialects of Scots: Orkney ^ http://www.scotslanguage.com/Scots_Dialects_uid117/Insular_uid118/Insular_uid3422 The Main Dialects of Scots: Insular

See also[edit]

Bungi creole
Bungi creole
of the Canadian Metis people of Scottish/British descent

External links[edit]

The Orkney
Orkney
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