Excuse me for jumping in, but actually, finish language belongs to ugro-finish group of languages ( hungarian and finish) , which is rather peculiar, and i dont want to take your time now, but it is worth reading about.cheers
@open-english hey hey . Hehe :-D Finnish/suomi sure is an difficult language .
Finns were vikings to, yes. Finns had raids and tradeing over the baltic sea.But Finns also struggled with attacks from Slavic tribes (todays russia), so when they attacked or raided it were mostly as vengeance or to take back what were theirs.
Slavs were not vikings. Slavs and vikings fought against each other, so in that matter they are linked to the vikings.
As it goes for blondie, i agree .
BTW : the Danish, Swedish and Norwegian language today is very different from the language as the Vikings spoke. There are some words that are familiar but most of it is different. The country today who have the most similar language as the Vikings is Iceland .
Or if to go even deeper ''Faroese''