While I knew about the 'ø' I was assured the extra on the end was incorrect
for a singular ON forename.

How was I mislead ?


-----Original Message-----
From: Haukur Thorgeirsson [mailto:haukurth@...]
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 2:42 PM
Subject: Re: [norse_course] Linguistic Help

Hi, Pete!

> Guðroð is Ok as it is and I am not after doing anything with it.

If you insist. It's not correct, though :-)

> More I'm trying to create a phrase for 'xxxx, Jarl of Skane'.

Okay, that's much better. I'm pretty sure "Hawk, Earl of Skane"
would best be treated as "Haukr Skáneyjarjarl". It would depend
a bit on the time period, though, as well as the dialect.


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