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Re: [norse_course] SV: Re: Codex Leidensis Lat. quarto 83 - maira rúnahagal

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  • Haukur Thorgeirsson
    ... Perhaps - but keep in mind that Icelandic has both broken and unbroken forms of this word stem. birki björk bjarkan Kveðja, Haukur
    Message 1 of 6 , Nov 7, 2002
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      > "..."Birke" is also notable for its lack of breaking, which is almost
      > universal in Scandinavian."

      Perhaps - but keep in mind that Icelandic has both broken
      and unbroken forms of this word stem.

      birki
      björk
      bjarkan

      Kveðja,
      Haukur
    • konrad_oddsson
      Sæll Haukur. ... Yes, indeed. Icelandic has preserved a lot of unbroken forms, often appearing in different cases of one and the same word as well. Your point
      Message 2 of 6 , Nov 7, 2002
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        Sæll Haukur.

        > Perhaps - but keep in mind that Icelandic has both broken
        > and unbroken forms of this word stem.
        >
        > birki
        > björk
        > bjarkan

        Yes, indeed. Icelandic has preserved a lot of unbroken forms, often
        appearing in different cases of one and the same word as well. Your
        point is well taken.

        Kveðja,
        Konráð.
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