... As it happens, Steinborg could just as well be Modern Norwegian, for that matter: Stone-castle , plain and simple. - HKFMessage 1 of 5 , Jan 8, 2006View Source
> On Jan 3, 2006, at 7:46 AM, j_mach_wust wrote:As it happens, "Steinborg" could just as well be Modern Norwegian, for that
> > This says that in Old Norse, "steinn" is 'stone', "borg" is 'castle'.
> > So "Steinborg" seems to be Old Norse, not Old English.
matter: "Stone-castle", plain and simple.