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Shetlandic is a dialect of Insular Scots spoken in the Shetland Islands, north of mainland Scotland. It is derived from the Scots dialects brought to Shetland from the end of the fifteenth century by Lowland Scots, mainly from Fife and Lothian, with a degree of Scandinavian influence from the Norn language, which is an extinct North Germanic language.
The other Insular Scots dialect is Orcadian, which shares more features with Shetlandic than with any other Scots dialect, perhaps because they both were under strong Scandinavian influence in their recent past.
Like Doric in North East Scotland, Shetlandic retains a high degree of autonomy due to geography and isolation from southern dialects. Because of a large amount of unique vocabulary, and a degree of Shetland patriotism, it is sometimes treated as a separate language by its speakers.
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