[Northkeep] Just a point on names--question
ld_tadhg at yahoo.com
Wed Sep 29 10:59:12 PDT 2010
Okay...you made me look.
I believe it is actually pronounced "ree-keh".
"C" is pronounced "k" and the latter "e" is sounded like the "e" in a Romance language, e.g., Spanish.
...brick by brick
--- On Wed, 9/29/10, Hugh & Belinda Niewoehner <burgborrendohl at valornet.com> wrote:
From: Hugh & Belinda Niewoehner <burgborrendohl at valornet.com>
Subject: Re: [Northkeep] Just a point on names--question
To: "The Barony of Northkeep" <northkeep at lists.ansteorra.org>
Date: Wednesday, September 29, 2010, 12:13 PM
Is "rice" pronounced "reese?"
On 9/29/2010 12:09 PM, Tadhg wrote:
> "Rice" in Old English means not just "realm" but "people of the realm". So, Ian's recommendations mean not only "land of" but also "people of"
> Sibrice = land of Unity as well as people of Unity.
> Ellenrice = land of strength as well as people of strength
> Efenrice = land of equals as well as people of equals
> I rather like the duality it brings...where the land and the people are the same.
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