Re: Old Icelandic vs. Old Norse
I could be wrong, but if I remember correctly, Old Icelandic was a
dialect of [the blanket designation for the northern Germanic group
language] "Old Norse".
links that may be of help:
Old Icelandic grammar:
Old Norse pronunciation:
Old Norse learning materials: http://www.hi.is/~haukurth/norse/
"Norse Course" yahoo group:
Modern Icelandic IPA values & alphabet:
That's all I have off the top of my head.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Pe»us Hrubi¹ <hrubisp@...> wrote:
> At 20:15 5/26/04 +0200, you wrote:
> Hello Everybody!
> I am looking for some information concerning differences
> between the Old Icelandic & Modern Icelandic languages.
> I have read somewhere about certain changes in syntax,
> phonology and pronunciation, however I have not found any
> concrete example, detailed explanation, simply anything.
> Could someone (or anyone) help me, please - just in any
> way - or give me some advice? Thank you.