--- In norse_course@egroups.com, Shoshana and Rex Jemison
<shoshana@...> wrote:
> Good Gentles,
> 1. Is the word for "and" and "also" one and the same: ok? and is it
> pronounced like the tree - oak, or the bird - ok?

No, it was of course pronounced [okei], as in OK. Hence modern day
OK, which the Anglo-Saxons learnt from 10th century Viking traders;
it was this magic word that made the Vikings such profitable traders,
you see.