--- In email@example.com, "llama_nom" <600cell@...> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I see I've been falling a bit behind this week, so I'll trying and
> catch up with everything at once.
> > fannst
> Grace, this is the middle voice serving to make the verb passive. The
> active meaning it corresponds to is "to find out, discover, perceive,
> notice". Thus, "it was noticed, it was seen, it was apparent". (By
> the way, the simple verb `finna' can be used impersonally with this
> same sense: `fann þat á' "it could be perceived"). Some more examples
> with this and other active senses of `finna' made passive by the
> addition of the middle voice endings:
Hi there llama,
Yes, and because it is occasional if the sense becomes reflexive by addition of the suffix,
but is almost always passive the suffixed verbal group was referred to according to its characteristics after suffixion : Passive Voix. Lot of Icelanders are still loyal to this denomination.
Ase the runic stems are suffixed [crucifix] [stemmst: lean against, press] they become literary passive.
"St'ofn" (stem) first is the oven, then the grind we call R'ist.
On the r'ist the meet steikist(Ristist)/becomes roasted eventually?
As the definite meaning of the ST combination glyph is unlimited.
steikist: from this point or some point in the future. "Er steikt" marks the decisional endpoint of the "Steiking" :that is the action.
"Steikist" marks the beginning and the duration of the action "Steiking" from this point in time forward. Marks future as the opative part "Steiki"
"Steiktist" the same way in the past.
Terminal notations are in the present "er steikt" and in the past "var steikt".
Thanks Blanc Uoden ON-Amateur.
In early Northen Christianity maybe the devoted clergy litary substituted ST by k,
like K er iST>Krist >Krist'um But Stare >Stare (stara) Gaze>goðs(i) >Skoði.
In early civilisation some priest instructed that the Stars were human soul of
I reckon more humans than other. K the Key to loch(lokkar: lukka luky).
Lokkar/curls lokka/attract therefore we name them Lokkar. (okkar=ours).
Was kk=ch not ck in ON ?