Pride in Words Design
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- Hittite, Cuneiform script
- 𒆷𒊍𒉺𒅀 <la-az-pa-ia>: "of Lazpa".
- Hittite "Lazpa" is thought to be an earlier form of the same name as Greek "Lesbos".
- Gothic, Gothic script
- 𐌲𐌰𐌷𐌴𐌹𐍃 gaheis: "fast, impetuous, lively".
- Borrowed from Gothic into Old Occitan during the time of the Visigothic Kingdom in Iberia and southwestern France. From there it was borrowed into Old French, where it merged with jai, previously borrowed from Frankish—both from the same Proto-Germanic <*ganhuz>.
- Archaic Latin, Old Italic script
- 𐌃𐌖𐌉𐌔 duis: "double, in two ways".
- The prefixing form of duo: "two"; with change from du- to b- also seen in bonus from duenos, bellus from duenelos, and bellum from duellum
- Old Italic forms based on those seen in the Duenos Inscription.
- Classical Latin, Roman square capitals
- TRANS: "across"
- Based on square capitals such as on the Trajan Column
- Old Saxon, Germanic runes
- ᚦᚢᛅᚱᚼ thwerh: "contrary, bent, crooked"
- Shows irregular thw- to kw- also seen in the German cognate quer, as well as in German Quirl from Old High German thwiril.
- Very little written Old Saxon survived Charlemagne's Saxon Wars, but Germanic runes are attested in contemporary Germanic languages immediately north, east, and south of Saxony.