Re: An interesting book.
|From:||Muke Tever <alrivera@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, May 1, 2001, 17:20|
From: "Dan Jones" <feuchard@...>
> > Basically, there are several runes I can never find info on, and your
> > transliteration of 'eoh' is very interesting. What does the '3' symbol
> Well, in my transliteration scheme it represents "shit, the roman alphabet
> doesn't have enough charecters"! Seriously, though, eoh is a puzzler.
> Dickens represents it with 3, but we actually don't have a very certain idea
> about its pronunciation. In fact, the very name of it is odd.
OOC: Is it actually meant to be a three '3', or a badly-typographed 'yogh' ?
[If '3', what do '1' and '2' stand for?]