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1704Re: [norse_course] Re: quick question on 1 norse word

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  • Haukur Thorgeirsson
    Feb 3, 2002
      > Here is a list of the vowels that could also be used as consonants in Old
      > Norse:
      > Á for both Y and itself
      > Í for Y before A, E or O
      > Ú for V or W before A or O
      > Ó for both W and itself
      > É for both Y and itself

      I have no idea what you are saying :-)
      Where can 'Á' stand for 'Y'?
      What sound do you mean with 'Y'?

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