Most awesome letters in the entire world.
Can also be spelled "Ae", "Oe" or "Aa", if your keyboard doesnt support these letters.

Æ. (lower case: æ)

Common used letter in Norwegian and Danish, has its origins in latin. In Sweden, Germany and Finland they use "Ä" (or "ä") instead.

Ø. (lower case: ... well you propably figured that out already..)

Also a common used letter in both Danish and Norwegian, however, its also used in Faroese, and propably elsewere aswell. Ø is equivalent to the vowel and letter Ö in German, Swedish, Icelandic, Estonian and Finnish.

Å. (lower case: å)

A letter only used in Scandinavia, Sounds like the vowel in "oh" or "no". In Danish an "Å" is a stream, small river or a creek.
1. Hey, have you seen those totally off the hook Æ Ø Å letters yet?

2. Damn, my keyboard is the worst piece of crap ever. It doesn't support awesome nordic letters.
by lollerik April 18, 2010
Æøå is the three letters used in the scandinavian alphabet that you won't find in the english. They are located at the very end of a alphabet after the letter Z, wich leaves the alphabet looking like this:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Æ Ø Å
1) Norwegian: No får æ faen mæ ta å slå dritten ut a dæ og grill auan dine på spyd vest du ikke huta dæ på kjøkkene og laga mæ et jævla smørbrød

2) English: Now i should fucking beat the crap out of you and barbecue youe eyes on a spear if not you get the hell in to the kitchen and make me a sandwich... ÆØÅ
by norwegiancodviking July 29, 2011

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