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  • Languages

    Most of the languages of Heimurinn were influenced by the Ottari Tongue. Thus they have numerous similarities. But there are a few notable differences, mostly in pronunciation. For simplicity of explanation, these will be discussed from a purely out-of- …

  • Sognrend

    The language of the Skaldar is based upon Icelandic and elements of Gaelic. To keep it simple, I have decided that most letters make the same sound per English. h3. Pronunciation "r" is rolled "j" makes a "y" sound, as in "yes" "au" as in "Gaul" …

  • Caer’aith

    The clans of Caerbia and the tribes of Clochgyn speak the same language but differing dialects (i.e. Scots Gaelic and Irish) h3. Pronunciation "r" is rolled "æ" or "ae" is pronounced "ay" as in "day" "ai" same as "ae" unless before an "r" then as …

  • Caer-aith

    The clans of Caerbia and the tribes of Clochgyn speak the same language but differing dialects (i.e. Scots Gaelic and Irish) Pronunciation “r” is rolled “æ” or “ae” is pronounced “ay” as in “day” “ai” same as “ae” unless before an “r” then as in “ …

  • Aethric

    Aethric is the tongue spoken by the Aethlic People. It is similar to Caer-aith, but has distinct Tungic influence. h3. Aethric Names *Male* * Widukind * Weohtgar * Eahfrid * Cuthberht * Osric * Brunloc * Aelfric * Widmund * Gunduin * …

  • Frynic

    Frynic is spoken by the inhabitants of Frynard. It is a bastardization of the long forgotten Otarri Language, with influences from the former Frynaith language.

  • Tungic

    The Tungic Language is spoken by the peoples of Svartikogur and South Kjallnorr. It has phonetic and grammatical similarities to Sognrend. *Male Names:* * Wolfgang * Siegmund * Rudolf * Helferich * Ebbo * Gottlieb * Wunibald * Farald * Rayner …

  • Nothian

    Nothian is spoken by the people of Malnova, and Canoltyr. It is the closest contemporary language to the forgotten Otarri Language. High Nothian is the holy language of the Church of the Trinity.

  • Caer-aith Vocabulary

    *Caerbic Dialect* * _duine_ (n)- person, man * _Oain_ (n)- son * _Macuir_ (v)- to travel from; to originate * _croch_ (n)- rock; stone * _caoran_ (n)- bog; swamp * _bryn_ (n)- hill; hillside * _coilloed_ (n)- tree * _Ain'coill_ (n)- forest; wood; …