Nordic Dialect Corpus is a corpus of Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Faroese, Icelandic and Övdalian spoken language. It consists of spontaneous speech data from dialects of the North Germanic languages across all of the Nordic countries. The linguistic data in the corpus comes from a variety of sources, both old and new (see homepage - Data Collection). The corpus contains about 2,8 million words from conversations and interviews by dialect speakers. It is transcribed and linked to audio and video, has a map function, and can be searched in a large variety of ways. Even if the aim of the corpus is Nordic syntax research, the corpus is a general one, a Norwegian Dialect Corpus, a Swedish Dialect Corpus and so on, to be used in a wide range of research areas, such as phonology, morphology and lexicography.
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