Thanks a lot for your reply. I'd appreciate to know also if there
are cases where the necessary mark is absent, due to a scribal error
or something? I mean cases like writing manna for mannan without an
overstroke over the last -a.
Thank you very much
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, "Paperno D." <denis.paperno@...>
> Hails Walarawans,
> One thing is clear that mannan is always written in full in Silver
> can't check other monuments now. I see however no reason why it
> written with an overstroke. Looks rather like a coincidence.
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> Subject: [gothic-l] manna(n)
> I'm not an expert in the Gothic orthography and I need your help.
> Could someone please tell me if there are cases of Go. mannan
> sg. of manna "man") being written as manna with a nasal mark over
> last vowel? Is there some easy-to-find book where I could get this
> Thank you