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Norn is an extinct North Germanic language that was spoken on the Shetland Islands and Orkney Islands northwest off the coast of Scotland. After the islands were ceded to the Kingdom of Scotland in the 15th century, its use was discouraged by the Scottish government and the national church, the Church of Scotland, and was gradually replaced by Lowland Scots over time.
It is not known exactly when Norn became extinct. The last report of Norn speakers are claimed to be from the early 19th century, but it is more likely that the language died out sometime during the 18th century at the latest. Fragments of the language and loan-words adopted into the local Lowland Scots and Scottish English survived the death of the main language and remain to this day.
Dialects of Norse had also been spoken on mainland Scotland (for example, in Caithness) but here they became extinct many centuries before Norn died on Orkney and Shetland. Hence, some scholars also speak about "Caithness Norn", but others avoid this. Even less is known about "Caithness Norn" than about Orkney and Shetland Norn. Relatively little written Norn has survived. What remains includes a version of the Lord's Prayer, ballads and official documents such as diplomas as well as several rune inscriptions.
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