[pp.int.general] Iceland and International Politics

NingúnOtro ningunotro at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 13 12:11:03 CEST 2011

Not that extraordinary.

Since when does a pirate call himself pejoratively a pirate?

Considering the core content of Viking history... the namecalling was
done abroad.

The variant with royal consent... corsair seems not to be more popular


El mié, 13-04-2011 a las 19:24 +1000, Brendan Molloy escribió:
> http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/sj%C3%B3r%C3%A6ningi
> Awesome.
> 2011/4/13 Chr1s Shea7s <yawnbox at gmail.com>
> > As an aside, for which I'm not sure if this relates, but Icelandic
> > people don't have a word for "pirate." The closest translation that
> > I've been told is "sea mugger". There are people who support the PP
> > movement, but having an PP organization might be difficult because of
> > this linguistic issue.
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