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This beworked runestaffhoard(lower) has a staff for every din in today's English.

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Anglish Runestaff
The upper Runestaffhoard is the staffhoard used to write Old English.

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As the goalwork is yet unfinished, below lie two listings of dins our runestaff might have. Understand that the runes, throughout eretide, have woven many unlike dins. Thus, we may be soothed by our own whims. Let us then build a runestaff which thereafter can be used broadly by other Theedish tongues. The twithe board is not finished either.

Anglish Miniscule
Rune IPA

(EN)

Phonetic Example

(American English)

Name

(OE)

Suggested Anglish

name*

IPA

(OE)

[f] far feoh Fee (cattle); fox; Freyr [f]
[u] boot ur [u]
[θ] thanks þorn Thor** [θ]
[ɔ] old os Odin [o]
[r] red rad Ride [ɹ,ɾ,r]
[k] cook cen kindling [k]
[z] zoo _eifu
[w] wonder ƿynn Win (joy) [w]
[h] hello hæ_l Hail; hazel [h]
[n] never nyd Need [n]
[i] see is (Need an ee sound relating to ice); ice [i]
[j] yellow jear Year; Jord [j]
[ʌ] strut eeoh [eo]
[p] spell peorð (Related to mystery, cups, perhaps hearths); perth [p]
[tʃ] cheese eolxec_ [ks]
[s] sweet si_el Sun [s]
[t] timber Tyr Tyr [t]
[b] batch beorc Birch [b]
[ɛ] let eoh (Related to horse) [e]
[m] mark man (Man or Mimir) [m]
[l] love lagu Lake [l]
[ŋ] ring Ing Ing (Frey)
[ɪ] fish æðel (Related to homeland, birthright); fish
[d] dark dæ_ Day
[ɑ] ox ac Ox [ɑ]
[æ] ash æsc (Relating to a god or deity); Ash
[ɒ] Doesn't exist in

American English

yr
[ð] together ear
[ʒ] beige iar Hailgrain; azure
[ʃ] shield kalc shield
[dʒ] judge kalc jay (the bird)
[g] gasp gar godbode; gare
[ʊ] put cƿeorð
[v] vat stan vixen
[ɪ] hit


Another choosing is as follows:

Rune Name

(EN)

IPA

(EN)

Phonetic Example Name

(OE)

Suggested Anglish

name*

IPA

(OE)


[f] far feoh Fee (cattle) [f]


[ʌ] cup ur


[u]


[θ] thanks ᚦorn Thor** [θ]




os


[o]


[r] red rad Ride [ɹ,ɾ,r]*


[k] cook cen (Need a name relating to torch or kindling) [k]




_eifu




[w] wonder ƿynn Win (joy) [w]


[ç] loch hæ_l Hail [h]


[n] never nyd Need [n]


[i] see is (Need an ee sound 'relating to ice) [i]


[j] yellow jear Year



[aɪ] high eeoh


[eo]


[p] spell peorð (Related to mystery, cups, perhaps hearths) [p]


[z] zoo eolxec_


[ks]


[s] sweet si_el Sun [s]


[t] timber Tyr Tyr [t]


[b] batch beorc (Birch or Birth) [b]


[e] met eoh (Related to horse) [e]


[m] mark man (Man or Mimir) [m]


[l] love lagu Lake [l]


[ŋ] ring Ing Ing (Frey)



[oʊ] home æðel Homeland



[d] dark dæ_ Day



[æ] at ac


[ɑ]


[a] father æsc (Relating to a god or deity)



[u] boot yr




[eɪ] Say ear




[h] hello iar Hailgrain



[tʃ] cheese kalc






kalc




[g] gasp gar




[ʃ] sheep cƿeorð




[v] vat stan



[ɪ] hit

*A suggested name ought to be a close as possible to its original meaning, while still containing the sound its used for somewhere within the name, preferably the very first letter.

**The name "thorn" is a Christianization of the original, Thurs or Thurisaz (Thor).

Feel free to bework the suggested name column as you please.

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