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The Gothic equivalent to the Anglo-Saxon Thegn

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Ah, how jealous I am of your wealth of knowledge and your resources. I must add these books of etymology to my library some day. On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 4:29
Johann Dröge
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Mar 20

translation of the Hildebrantslied in Gothic

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Do you know those signs in zoos? "Don't feed the troll". Op donderdag 19 maart 2015 heeft anheropl0x@gmail.com [gothic-l]
Dicentis a
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Mar 19

addendum to and

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Dear Basti, The etymology of the names is immaterial. The Goths would have learnt such names through the medium of Greek or Latin, and there is no evidence
edmundfairfax
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Mar 19

Some neologisms

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Alright, I'd love to see what you can find.
write2andy
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Mar 13

wulfila project

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Hi, Tom. It would seem the search function of the website is still down, unfortunately. Is it being worked on or will it be back soon? On Mar 4, 2015 4:22 PM,
Johann Dröge
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Mar 8

Gothic Language Corner - Giant Addendum

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Dear Gerry, A further addendum. It would appear that you did indeed read somewhere that "the Norse 'risi' suggested size, 'joetunn' strength, and 'thurs'
edmundfairfax
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Mar 2

is þar sind correct as they are?

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... As far as I understand, "finns" is passive (similar in norsk and dansk), so this is something like "there is found".
ecraven7
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Mar 1

Jiddish

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Tore, even IF Yiddish would be in fact a Germanic dialect spoken by Germanic people of which there were indeed some in Eastern Europe before 1000 AD, there
Dicentis a
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Feb 21

is Gothic the language of one or a few men?

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Hi Roel, I honestly don't know. My knowledge is based mainly on a couple of newspaper-articles. Someone with connection to academe might be of help. Sorry I
halsteis
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Feb 15

recording of ring poem

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its pretty much Tolstoy right...... On Saturday, February 14, 2015 9:04 AM, "Dicentis a roellingua@gmail.com [gothic-l]" wrote: The
OSCAR HERRE
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Feb 14

Blessings in Gothic

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That is a good idea Edmund, it makes the poem sound more personal and directed to the God as speaking to him, the 3rd tense is better for describing an
Dicentis a
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Feb 14

Gothic Language Corner 11

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Well, then I speak a different dialect of Gothic, mkay?
write2andy
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Feb 13

New file uploaded to gothic-l

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Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the gothic-l group. File : /Original
gothic-l@yahoogroups.com
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Feb 5

Gothic names

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Where is the attachment? I can't find it. I derive my name from the Old English "andiġ", meaning "zealous, envious, jealous, annoying" and it suits my
write2andy
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Jan 28

How do you create an adverb in Gothic?

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The hypocorism should be "Hroþa" or "Hroda", since Vandalic hypocoristic names end in -a (such as "Tanca"). Some Gothic ones did, too, if my memory is right.
write2andy
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Jan 28
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