[Loch-Ruadh] Names for mordie and Ili
mordikar at earthlink.net
Tue Aug 31 10:57:37 PDT 2004
Actually according to the pronuciation guide in "the old norse name" we took
the pronunciations as
Halfdan (pronouncing the l)
Dromunder (Long O like Over short U like Under)
Hyort's son (Hy like karatee hiyaa, short o like in your ts son)
Ili's name ia pronounced 'Kay O lin' (long o like Over)
Bassadottir (bah sah dOe tir)
Devices are under way and are really just waiting for ili to pick between
green or red :)
I'm kinda jealous though ... i mae her a cooler device than i made me ..
:( gonna have to find a way to fix that!!
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> Behalf Of Padraig Ruad O Maolagain
> Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2004 12:28 PM
> To: Shire of Loch Ruadh, Kingdom of Ansteorra, SCA,Inc.
> Subject: RE: [Loch-Ruadh] Names for mordie and Ili
> Nothing's worse than Welsh. :-)
> HÃ¡lfdan drÃ³mundr Hjá»rtsson
> HAF-dan (sometimes HALF-dan, pronouncing the L)
> DRAY-mund (sometimes DRAY-mund-er; the ending "r" isn't always voiced)
> YARTS-son (or if you want to trip over it, try HYARTS-son, with the
> first syllable pronounced like a karate yell, "HYAH")
> KaÃ¶lin inn illi BassadÃ³ttir
> in IL-lee
> After learning Irish Gaelic pronounciation, Norse is easy.
> > Please send phonetic pronunciation, if you have it. Norse is as bad,
> > worse, than Welsh!
> > Gwenllian
> > Loch Ruadh Rocks!!
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