> One advantage to Zoega is that it distinguishes certain vowels --inconsistent
> <æ> from <oe>, and <ø> from <ö> -- which later fell together.
> One very minor trouble is that it is sometimes a little
> in ordering letters. Usually, short vowels come before the
> corresponding long vowels, but I've occasionally met pages where no
> separation is made. Not a huge problem though.
> One boon: Zoega is less likely to sink your longship.
> Llama Nom
> PS. Some Norse dictionaries online: