Translation for 'Maldivian' from English to Norwegian
NOUN   Maldivian | Maldivians
SYNO Maldivan | Maldivian
maldiver {m}
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Translation for 'Maldivian' from English to Norwegian

maldiver {m}etn.
Usage Examples English
  • Dhivehi Latin or Maldivian Latin, known colloquially as Malé Latin or Nasiri Latin, is a Latin Maldivian alphabet briefly mandated in the Maldives from 1976, but the country reverted to the native Thaana and Arabic alphabets in 1978.
  • Muhammad Jameel was one of the foremost Maldivian learned men.
  • When the Maldivian president Maumoon Abdul Gayyoom assumed office in 1978, some of the most pressing problems faced by the country were the immense difficulty involved in traveling between Malé and the outlying islands and the adverse effects in the Maldivian fishing industry due to illegal entry of foreign fishing vessels into the Maldivian territorial waters.
  • In 1972, Amaradeva composed the music for the Maldivian National Anthem (Gaumii salaam) at the request of Maldivian Government.
  • Salahuddin was one of the most prolific writers of early modern Maldivian literature (Dhivehi: Era of Crawling), and contributed to Maldivian literature during a time when tremendous growth and innovations took place in the Maldivian literary scene.

  • It has its own dialect of Maldivian, which is considerably different from northern and Mid-Maldivian speech.
  • Addu city will be a “non typical” Maldivian tourist place where tourists can spend their time in a local environment and can explore the Maldivian way of living.
  • Dark Rain Entertainment is a Maldivian production company based in Male' producing Maldivian films.
  • Yaaraa Productions is a Maldivian film production company based in Malé producing Maldivian films.
  • Roanu Hassan Manik is a widely acclaimed Maldivian film actor, who mainly works in the Maldivian film industry.

  • Fathimath Azifa (born 28 October 1988) is a Maldivian film actress. She has established a career in Maldivian films and is the recipient of several awards, including a Gaumee Film Award.
  • The Ministry of Defence is the Maldivian government agency responsible for protecting the independence and the integrity of the Maldivian citizenry.
  • Amdhan Ali (born 11 September 1992), known as Andy is a Maldivian international footballer who plays as a defender for Maldivian club Maziya.
  • Maldivian is an Indo-Aryan language closely related to the Sinhalese language of Sri Lanka.
  • Honorable Maldivian Al-Usthaaz Ibrahim Shihab (1926–1988), was an influential Maldivian writer, poet, essayist and statesman.

  • Traditionally Maldivian men wear a Mundu with a shirt, it is very similar to that of Malayali people. Maldivian women wear a red top called a Libaas and a long black skirt.
  • On February 5, 2020, he scored first goal for the club against maldivian side Maziya in an AFC Cup qualifying play-off match & helped his team to get a 2–2 draw.
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