Translation:I am Norwegian and I speak Norwegian.
Not really, we tend to use "nordmann" for both sexes.
You would probably be understood if you were to use "nordkvinne", but it's not present in the dictionary.
Nordmann makes me think of the older term for scandinavians "North men".
If the "menn" feels weird to use as a woman consider "mankind".
so nordmann means from Norway and norsk is the language of Norway? but also jeg er norsk would be correct?
Jeg ikke er nordmann og jeg snakker norsk! (Jeg ikke because it indicates I am not Norwegian but something else, right Lynn?)