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  • Lisa Clayton-Alley
    www.gis.net/~dansmith/fonts/index.html **These are the keyboard letters that you type in order to see the correct rune. Remember, the centered diamond ingwaz
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 23, 2002
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      **These are the keyboard letters that you type in order to see the correct rune. Remember, the centered diamond ingwaz (ing) is only in the German set; the Dwarf set has a different uruz (ur) form.
       
      Germanic
      fehu, uruz, thurisaz, ansuz, raido, kenaz, gebo, wunjo
      f   u   T   a   r   k   g   w        1st aett
       
      hagalaz, naudhiz, isa, jera, eihwaz, perth, algiz, sowelu
      h   n   i   j   I   p   z   s        2nd aett    J  is another sowelu form
       
      tiwaz, berkana, ehwaz, mannaz, laguz, ingwaz, othala, dagaz
      t   b   e   m   l   N   o   d        3rd aett
       
      Anglo-Saxon
       
      f   u   T   o   r   c   g   w        1st aett
       
      h   n   i   j   I   p   x   s        2nd aett
       
      t   b   e   m   l   N   E   d        3rd aett
       
      a   A   y   q   K   G   k        extra additions
       
      Dwarf
       
      *Note: has multiple variations on a few of the runes; your best course would be to type these letters, print the page & then compare the forms to the following websites or books to be sure of the name.
       
      a  b  c  d  e  f  g  h  i  j  k  l  m  n  o  p
       
      q  r  s  t  u  w  x  y  z
       
      A  D  E  F  I  J  K  N  O  P  S  T  U  Y
       
       
      Resources:
       
      Rune Magic by Donald Tyson
      The Elements of the Runes by Bernard King (new version: Way of the Runes- UK only)
      Runelore: A Handbook of Esoteric Runology by Edred Thorsson
       
       
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