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Re: [norse_course] Re: Orthography

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  • Susan Granquist
    Back when we were on the old BBS networks and had only ASCII, we had a fairly simple coding that worked pretty well. Thorn = TH Edh = dh dicritical marks
    Message 1 of 12 , Feb 28, 2001
      Back when we were on the old BBS networks and had only ASCII, we had a fairly
      simple "coding" that worked pretty well.

      Thorn = TH
      Edh = dh

      dicritical marks following the letter (used to be translated by Windows to the
      appropriate mark)

      � o^e
      � a^e
      � a*
      � o/
      � a'
      � TH (THo'rr)
      � dh or d` d\
      o hooked on the bottom, o,










      --- longgren@... wrote:
      > thjofr
      > th for the "th" sound. This is so obvious.
      > What is the problem? I can't write the symbol for th in English that so
      > I use "dh". Incidentally, dh is used to represent the same sound in
      > Arabic.
      > I use a name. longgren
      >
      >
      >
      > Sumir hafa kv��i...
      > ...a�rir spakm�li.
      >
      > - Keth
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      Susan Granquist
      http://www.irminsul.org

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