Re: your opinion
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, January 2, 2008, 21:53|
Reilly Schlaier writes:
>>Where does the _a_ in _skagg_- forms come from?
> 'o' becomes 'a' sometimes because of an irregular a-umlaut
> its supposed to be across the board but tends to occur only rarely (because
> im not sure if i like it or not)
It sure messed up the declension tables even more, so I tend to like it. :-)
>>Another thing: I take it 'til' is a preposition? Why does it take
>>dative case? It takes genitive in Icelandic. (Dunno about Faroese,
> its actually just there to help distinguish the acc. from the dat.
Where does it derive from, then? It confused me a bit.
And I suppose it would not be a problem if the acc and dat where
indistinguishable from some words -- it happens in Icelandic, too.
> im a fan of ÃžrjÃ³trunn because of how impossibly well researched it is :)
Wow, thanks! :-)