Re: [norse_course] Oops: Runes and Old Norse
- Thank you Lazarus your imformation has greatly
helped me in my work. I was wondering if anyone in the group composes Skaldic poetry like Galdralag etc. That is in the Old Norse tongue. It will be a long time before I possess the language skills to do so myself.
From: "Lazarus" <lazarus@...>
Date: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 09:37:45 -0500
Subject: [norse_course] Oops: Runes and Old Norse
> Oops, slight change:--
> Here's the table I made for myself :
> rune value
> Feoh F
> Ur U Ú Ü
> Ur V
> Thurs Þ Ð
> Öss Æ Á A Ö O Ó
> Raiðo R
> Ken K G
> Hagl H (Q)
> Nauð N
> Isa I Í Y Ý (as vowels)
> Jera J Y Ý (as consonants)
> Sol S
> Tyr T D
> Berkano B P
> Man M
> Lagu L
> [Yew] final -R only
> Simple rules to follow:
> 1. No double letters
> 2. All spellings are optional
> Always remember that YOU are more literate than almost every original Rune
> Master we have evidence of. In the same language the word Kunungr (King,
> according to Page) was spelled:
> and anything else you can imagine.
> Have fun!
> Sumir hafa kvæði...
> ...aðrir spakmæli.
> - Keth
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