|From:||Andreas Johansson <and_yo@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, February 13, 2002, 11:41|
>Indeed, the country has some kind of history with Denmark, as you can see
>some of the place names. Niekopenhaag is one of them and indeed it means
>Copenhagen. As for Jørlantä, it could be related to Jutland, maybe not...
Surely not! It simply must be related to the Swedish place-name "Jörlanda"
(some km from which I used to live)! Clearly Fyksland received a wave of
immigrants from Bohuslän* at some point ...
* Pronvince on Sweden's West Coast, that belonged to Norway until the 17th
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