ᚦᛂ᛬ᚱᚢᚿᛂ᛬ᚦᚱᛂᛆᛑ

Dansk viking

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ᚼᛂᚱᛂ᛬ᚢᛂ᛬ᚴᛆᚿ᛬ᚢᚱᛁᛐᛂ᛬ᛐᚮ᛬ᛂᛆᛐᛋᚼ᛬ᚮᚦᛂᚱ᛬ᚢᛋᛁᚿᚵ᛬ᚱᚢᚿᛂᛋ

ᛁ᛬ᚼᛆᚢᛂ᛬ᚴᚱᛂᛆᛐᛂᛑ᛬ᛆ᛬ᛋᛘᛆᛚᛚ᛬ᛕᛆᚴᚴ᛬ᚦᛆᛐ᛬ᛦᚮᚢ᛬ᚴᛆᚿ᛬ᛁᚿᛋᛐᛆᛚᛚ᛬ᛂᛆᛋᛁᛚᛚᛦ᛬ᚢᚿᛐᚮ᛬ᛦᚮᚢᚱ᛬ᚴᚮᛘᛕᚢᛐᛂᚱ

ᛁᛐ᛬ᚴᛆᚿ᛬ᛒᛂ᛬ᛑᚮᚢᚿᛚᚮᛆᛑᛂᛑ᛬ᚼᛂᚱᛂ᛬ᛆᚿᛑ᛬ᛁᛐ᛬ᛁᚿᚴᛚᚢᛑᛂᛋ᛬ᛒᚮᚦ᛬ᚦᛂ᛬ᛦᚮᚢᚿᚵᛂᚱ᛬ᚦᛂ᛬ᛂᛚᛑᛂᚱ᛬ᛆᚿᛑ᛬ᚦᛂ᛬ᛆᚿᚵᛚᚮᛋᛆᚴᛋᚮᚿ᛬ᚠᚮᚱᛘ᛬ᚮᚠ᛬ᚠᚢᚦᛆᚱᚴ᛬ᛆᛋ᛬ᚢᛂᛚᛚ᛬ᛆᛋ᛬ᚦᛂ᛬ᚮᚿᛂ᛬ᛁ᛬ᛆᛘ᛬ᚢᛋᛁᚿᚵ᛬ᚿᚮᚢ᛬ᚢᚼᛁᛐᛋᚼ᛬ᛁᛋ᛬ᚦᛂ᛬ᛘᛅᛑᛁᛂᚢᛆᛚ᛬ᛋᚴᛆᚿᛑᛁᚿᛆᚢᛁᛆᚿ᛬ᚠᚮᚱᛘ᛬ᚦᛆᛐ᛬ᛁᛋ᛬ᚢᛋᛂᛑ᛬ᛁᚿ᛬ᚴᚮᛑᛂᚴᛋ᛬ᚱᚢᚿᛁᚴᚢᛋ


ᚵᚮᚮᛑ᛬ᛚᚢᚴᚴ
 

vtz

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I can only see a ****load of rectangles that have some symbols inside  :???:
 

vtz

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Thank you, Thorkell, but I wouldn't be able to understand them anyway :wink:
 

Dansk viking

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ᚦᛁᛋ᛬ᛁᛋ᛬ᛐᛂᚴᚼᚿᛁᚴᛆᛚᛚᛦ᛬ᚿᚮᛐ᛬ᛆ᛬ᚠᚢᚦᛆᚱᚴ᛬ᛋᛁᚿᛋᛂ᛬ᛘᛅᛑᛁᛂᚢᛆᛚ᛬ᚱᚢᚿᛂᛋ᛬ᚢᛂᚱᛂ᛬ᚮᚱᛑᛂᚱᛂᛑ᛬ᛆᛋ᛬ᛆᚿ᛬ᛆᛚᚠᛆᛒᛂᛐ

ᚦᛁᚾ᛬ᛅᚴᛅᛁᚾ᛬ᛁᚢ᛬ᛘᛁᚴᚼᛏ᛬ᛒᛁ᛬ᛅᛒᛚᛁ᛬ᛏᚢ᛬ᚢᛏᛁᚱᛋᛏᛅᛏ᛬ᚦᛁ᛬ᛁᚢᚴᛁᚱ᛬ᚠᚢᚦᛅᚱᚴ᛬ᛁᚢᛁᚾ᛬ᛁᚠ᛬ᛁᛏᛋ᛬ᛅ᛬ᛒᛁᛏ᛬ᚼᛅᚱᛏᛁᚱ᛬ᛏᚢ᛬ᛏᛁᛋᚴᛁᚱᚾ

ᛈᛖᚱᚺᚨᛈᛊᛃᛟᚢᚹᛟᚢᛚᛞᛖᚹᛖᚾᚠᛁᛞᛁᛏᛖᚨᛊᛁᛖᚱᛏᛟᚱᛖᚨᛞᚦᛖᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊᛟᚠᚦᛖᛖᛚᛞᛖᚱᚠᚢᚦᚨᚱᚲᛖᚹᛖᚾᛁᚠᚹᛟᚱᛞᛊᚹᛖᚱᛖᛏᚢᛊᚢᚨᛚᛁᛞᛁᚹᛁᛞᛖᛞ
 

RoligSnø

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The third string, is that even legal?
not a Futhark... I broke my brain while translating the text :lol:
 

RagnarGerman

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jepekula said:
You mean this?
Dansk viking said:
To be honest I wouldn't be surprised if it was illegal in Germany.
It is, aswell the Algiz rune (also upside down) and the Odal rune. But they are only illegal in a Nazi contect (Like as single symbols) if they are in a word or rune text, it's fine.
 

RoligSnø

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@jepekula
Nope, I mean this
Dansk viking said:
ᛈᛖᚱᚺᚨᛈᛊᛃᛟᚢᚹᛟᚢᛚᛞᛖᚹᛖᚾᚠᛁᛞᛁᛏᛖᚨᛊᛁᛖᚱᛏᛟᚱᛖᚨᛞᚦᛖᚱᚢᚾᛖᛊᛟᚠᚦᛖᛖᛚᛞᛖᚱᚠᚢᚦᚨᚱᚲᛖᚹᛖᚾᛁᚠᚹᛟᚱᛞᛊᚹᛖᚱᛖᛏᚢᛊᚢᚨᛚᛁᛞᛁᚹᛁᛞᛖᛞ
I just imagine how it's possible to translate/understand it (-:
 

Dansk viking

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a
b
d
e
f
g
h
i (j)
k (c, q)
l
m
n
o
p
r
s (c, z)
t
þ (th)
ð (dh)
u (v)
y
æ
ø


















f
u (o, ø, v, y)
þ (th)
ą (ó, æ)
r
k (g, c, q)

h
n
i (j, y)
a (æ, å)
s (c, z)

t (d)
b (p)
m
l
ʀ (alt. ending r)


























f
u (v, y, ø)
þ (th)
a (æ, å)
r
k (c, q)
g
w (v)

h
n
i (y)
j (y)
ï (æ)
p
z
s (c)

t
b
e (æ)
m
l
ŋ
d
o (ø)

- Neither Younger nor Elder Futhark usually put two similar runes next to each other.
- Spaces between words were uncommon, but many younger forms used crosses, dots, or colons (Codex Runicus uses [:]).
- In words that include nasal consonants (m/n before consonants b/d/g/k/p/t - such as "nt", "mb", "ng", "nd", etc.), the m/n is usually left out (ex. Konungʀ - ᚴᚢᚾᚢᚴᛦ), except for medieval runes.



Examples᛬


ᚦᚢᚿᚵᚱ᛬ᚴᚿᛁᚠᚱ



ᚦᛂᛋᛋᛁ᛬ᚴᚿᛁᚠᚱ᛬ᛆ᛬ᛆᛐ᛬ᚢᛂᚱᛆ᛬ᚦᚢᚿᚵᚱ

ᚦᚢᚴᛦ᛬ᚴᚾᛁᚠᛦ



ᚦᛁᛋᛁ᛬ᚴᚾᛁᚠᛦ᛬ᛅ᛬ᛅᛏ᛬ᚢᛁᚱᛅ᛬ᚦᚢᚴᛦ

ᚦᚢᚲᚱᚲᚾᛁᚠᚱ
*Proto-Germanic: ᚦᚢᚲᚢᛉᚲᚾᛁᛒᚨᛉ


ᚦᛖᛊᛁᚲᚾᛁᚠᚱᚨᛏᚹᛖᚱᚨᚦᚢᚲᚱ
*Proto-Germanic: ᚦᚨᛏᛊᛟᚲᚾᛁᛒᚨᛉᚨᛁᚷᚨᚾᚨᛏᚹᛖᛊᚨᚾᚨᚦᚢᚲᚢᛉ

Old Norse:
- Þungr knífr.
- Þessi knífr á at vera þungr.

English:
- Heavy knife.
- This knife ought to be heavy.
 

Dansk viking

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