Re: Where does 'gyrda' come from?

From: Jeff Richard <richaje_at_bIPrVK4jRPqoWrc6JJJf0-IMoefodeRtZTbD3hSwfCP_if7JdcgmkPUBjRmx1G3Vs60S>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 08:25:53 -0000

> If gydja is the origin, where does the 'r' come for?
> A mistake, or a way to make the word Gloranthan - not
> Norse but of the language spoken in e.g. Sartar?

And this discussion is exactly why that word (which by the way several medieval Icelandic scholars including Jesse Byock dispute that interpretation) won't appear in "Cults of Sartar".


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