Guernsey

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Guernsey
Bailliage de Guernsey
Bailliage dé Guernési
Flag of Guernsey Coat of arms of Guernsey
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Ambihtlicu sprǣc Nīwe Englisc, Frencisc (and Normandisc sprǣc)
Hēafodstōl
- Hǣrarōd
Saint Peter Port
49.4555°N 2.5368°W
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Lēodweard
- Duke
- Lt. Governor
- Chief Minister
Gemōtlic cynedōm
Elisabeþ II
Peter Walker
Peter Harwood
Ǣwfæstnes  ?
Brādnes.
- Gerīm
- Wæter (%)
223a stæpe
63 km²
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Menniscu.
- Hēafodgerīm (2012)
- Þiccnes
206a stæpe
66,000 būenda
992.4 būend/km²
Þēodstefn  ?
Selfdōm
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Þēodlic ymen God Nerie þǣre Cwēne, Sarnia Cherie
Feoh Pund steorlinga, £ (GBP)
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Feorspræcan forerīm +44

Guernsey (Guernsey [1], On Nīwe Englisc: Bailiwick of Guernsey, on Frencisc: Bailliage de Guernesey, on Normandisc sprǣc: Guernési, Bailliage dé Guernési) is selfrīcsiendlicu landbūnes betwēonum Englalande and Franclande þe Geāned Cynerīce āh in Europan. Þis land hæfþ 66,000 manna.

Fruman[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

  1. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=guernsey


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Selfrīcsiendlica landbūnessa: Ēalendisca Īega | Acrotiri and Ðecelia2 | Calpis | Cēsarēa | Faroisca Īega | Guernsey | Ian Magen | Manīeg
1. Þēod dǣllīce on Asie. 2. Gewunelīce gesett tō Asie be eorþmetunge, ac nāþȳlǣs oft gedēmed swā Europisc for þēawe and stǣrlicum racum.