Re: [gothic-l] Re: Warrior Class
- Hail Rutgur and Ingemar,
There is also the 'drauhtin' or 'war-lord'. I'm not sure what exactly the
function was on the battle field, but I do that the word came down into Old
Norse as 'drótt' meaning the 'warrior-band', and 'dróttinn' as war-lord, and
eventually as 'Lord'or'God' in a Christian sense.
Quoting Ingemar Nordgren <ingemar@...>:
> Hi Rutgur,
> An employed fighter/warrior (cf. German 'Knecht', Sw. 'knekt') is
> called 'skalks'. This, however, is in a household and if it has a
> bearing for army titles I do not know.
> --- In email@example.com, "Sir Rutgur" <rutgur@...> wrote:
> > Did the Goths have particular word their Warrior Class? .for the
> > for their Warrior Class? I'm wondering if they had a functionally
> > equivalent word for "knight", at least as it relates to warfare &
> the army.
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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