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 Post subject: Orkneyinga saga
PostPosted: Thu Feb 03, 2011 12:52 pm 
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Hej, I've got an idea =)
At some point i think we should translate the Okrneyinga saga to Orkney nynorn.

This will have symbolic values and we automatically work out a great part of the vocabulary and we will come face to face with unknown problems we need to solve sooner or later.

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Have you ever read Orkneyinga saga? It's a huge text! Doesn't make much sense to me unless Orkney Nynorn is a living language.


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Yeah i have seen it, and yes it is huge ^^
But that is why i wrote "at some point", i have no clue when it is the right time to do so :b

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