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2 definitions by Seolyk

 
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æ
Æ/æ is a letter found in Icelandic, norwegian, and other scandinavian languages. It originated from Latin and makes different sounds depending on what language is being spoken.

Icelandic and Latin: pronounced like the english word 'eye'

Norwegian: like english 'a' in 'cat'

Anglo Saxon: like english 'a' in 'cat'
Æternum, latin word for eternity
by Seolyk April 07, 2005
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Þ
Þ/þ is a symbol used in Anglo saxon, Icelandic, and the language of the faroesian islands. It is called 'thorn' and makes the hard 'th' sound like english 'THrough' or 'THought'
Þegn, Anglo saxon word for Thane
by Seolyk April 07, 2005
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