Re: Where does 'gyrda' come from?

From: John Hughes <john.hughes_at_kPRsbdeAO1-mWKlb5b7nZqHdoVNDsC5wAjp70Ih75reP0y2n2t4ltJa1RAtGkOKY>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 15:19:30 +1000

Same place as 'godar'. its an Icelandic term.



At 03:39 AM 18/07/2008, you wrote:
>The term gyrda can be found in Thunder Rebels, p. 10.
>"Godi: Fem. gyrda, pl. godar. A god-talker."
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