Talk:Finnish

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"Finn" means "Sami" in the Norwegian language? I've never heard about this or heard the word being used, and I'm Norwegian. Is that really true? --Spug 19:03, 27 Oct 2004 (UTC)

Finnish have never in my knowledge refered to Sami. However, the origin for the name Lap (Sami) is believed to be from Sea Finns (sjöfinne) and Lap Finns (lapfinne), both terming Sami in Danish, Icelandic and Norwegian sourcers. //Rogper 18:55, 26 Feb 2005 (UTC)