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Table of contents? Koro Neil (talk) 10:30, 29 April 2008 (UTC)

possible perthos[edit]

from Rundata, inscriptions to be checked for pertho:

Sm 119 M ia=rnsto=rp 
Vg 86 M pætær * girthi mik 
Vg 129 M (æ)skil : læt st(i)n : th(æ)--- -(p)ris---(i)su(i)thurs---rasi---(u)------m * i(o)=nipris(th)fil--th(i)(s)p--r(th)us --tti thim : til r(o) : 
Vg 207 U futharkgw ******** hnijïp(z)... **** tbeml(ñ)(o)d ****** 
Vg 241 M (p)nm(u)ninth(p)hh 
Vg 269 $M §A b(æ)(t)a ÷ pa-iæ(a)-ia... §B ...-ibot------r--(a) 
G 9 †M §P [...k : stulpa : a(k)s nano...] §Q [...k : stulpa : afs-n-] 
G 44 †M [+ akopk : liat : kira ...nabu : than : sum : bithin : furir : imiana : itin : balir : -ni : runa : atbik : botuithi : -uli :] 
G 49 †$M §A [-i--in ÷ fyrir ÷ nikulasa ÷ sial] §B [it(o) uiki pas---] 
G 139 M §A si up at a=uhun : run §B ... §C ... 
G 148 M thioki * kaupi * a mik
G 381 M kaupi : skrifa=dhi mik 
DR 142 M asir (o)p... 
DR 169 M thorstæin bræ... ræist runar thessar a pikisdahum ... han -af(th)i mikit gama=n af tonom um mo=rhen(e)n th(e)r 
DR M19  asur pai i lundi 
DR M20  asur pa lunti 
DR EM85;133 $M iiithiithiiiiithiipiii 
DR EM85;434A M topi 
DR AUD1998;300 M? ?th=(k)is??? ¶ po=thu (:) ?ssn 
N 75 $M r : p : k ÷ iii sss ttt iii lll 
N 164 M ---r * (o)(n) * (g)ripr * (g)unar 
N 298 M ilo u(e)n(:)r tuan thr hulf oisk ÷ ok fpkl thr t(e)k tho(g)u 
N 299 M hip--- 
N 304 M hika ihkiporh (th) 
N 355 M pati 
N 392 M loka=r fa=l loka=r sin i loka=rspo=nom 
N 511 M ...- up(l)iotr| |ræist runa=r thesar 
N 720 M palne a 
N 765 M pona 
N A1 M §A --glamar(o)--(r)(a)(i)(l)-(i)naohao(o)(g)lama=rku §B -----tha-(m)thi--pppalfai-- §C + a + imisanma=ko=u §D + agl(a) ma=ræm(i)taim(æ)r-----f(o)glama=r-- §E agla m(o)=(r)mi(t)(a)imæ + §F airia ÷ miso=n 
N A5 M §A  ÷2÷2÷2÷2÷2÷2÷2÷2÷2÷2 §B (u)(i)olkp(u)sisteiust(y)isis §C - rku=(u)snukausmælkust §D itragramalonamui(n) 
N A59 M suanpora- 
N A88 M ur(th) * * b(u)ra=p 
N A121 $M §A ÷2 ka=th(a=n=n)`n´a=th`k´m`a´a=th`k´a=thth=ththntha=thnp ÷2 §B ÷2 nkhpna=tha=thn(a=n=n)my`k´rp÷2n÷2 §C (y) + kr`k´a=thka=thth=ththynhpnra 
N A292 M ...k * misak * eth aptinako 
N B200 M §A thorkæl anpiorh(s)ta=fan §B thor(i)r §C halstæin : anpion : guna-(r)- §C gu=nnar ÷ pupahæinrækirr(-=r)(u)n 
N B205 M §A ala=rthra=fbrimum ¶ fo=lkua=rthr : a=fa=kapma=rkua=rthra=f(b)a=u(u)(f)- §B ah(e) a=f a=l=labogo=k- 
N B288 M -s(e)ta * tho=rlæifr (i)sopr 
N B293 M th=tha=l(p)i 
N B308 M (m)ynta : (e)k : myklu o=pda=r miô=th:ra=nci koma na=la
N B314 M (a)-(-)-(k)(u)nt(e)k---(æ)-(k)-(u) * a(u)thun-p * 
N B391 M mtpkrgb  iiiiiii sssssss ttttttt iiiiiii lllllll 
N B436 M -(p)pppppppppp- 
N B485 M pkn
N B647 M (f)(a)(f)(o)-o-o--o--a---th-- §B fufafefifothothathithu §C fund ÷ pund ÷ rund ÷ gund ÷ lund ÷ hind ¶ sund ÷ thond
N B652 M §A kuthion §B pan 
IS IR;149 M? §A ... ...(l)ir hlad=kerdr thorlaks dot §B ... (*) ioceip * maknus * son (*) bid * fyrir 
Br OR2 $SENTIDA (n) (u)(k)(f) <(l)/(m)>(p)i-ii 

most of these are medieval (post-Younger-Futark) inscriptions, but some should be checked as they look old, especially

N 75 $M r : p : k ÷ iii sss ttt iii lll 
N B391 M mtpkrgb  iiiiiii sssssss ttttttt iiiiiii lllllll 

in rows:

Ög 178 $U [* tuwatuwa * futharkgw : hnijïpzs : tbemlñod]
Vg 207 U futharkgw ******** hnijïp(z)... **** tbeml(ñ)(o)d ******
Nä 10 U * (t)uwatuwa * futharkgw : hnijïpzs : tbemlñod :
Bo NIYR;7 M futhor{K}hniastbmlyøkhp : ion : a mik
G 88 U §A (f)utharkg(w)hni(j)pezstbemlñdo ? §B su(e)us

dab () 21:55, 16 July 2006 (UTC)

'Fart' theory[edit]

Doesn't this postulate that the name is given in a form which somehow predates Grimm's *p > f, but *t > þ has happened twice? The t of fart is a Germanic one, not a PIE one. Germanic *t is PIE *d or glottalised *t' (cf Greek πορδη). Koro Neil (talk) 10:23, 29 April 2008 (UTC)

Agreed. A p in Old English is a p in Modern English. It seems to me that this "theory" has been conceived by someone who desperately needed a good laugh. Steinbach (talk) 22:49, 20 July 2008 (UTC)


The correct translation of Peorð means a "Tanzbaum" (dancetree), a thing-tree . That is uralt traditional germanic ritual.

A Tanzbaum is a old tree (different trees, Linde, Buche, Ahorn, Apple it is all the same) what stay in the middle of a litte village and the village people makes her fest (thanksgiving fest, Oktoberfest, Maifest, Marriage fest or others) around this tree. Sometimes it is a point for law and order. Irminsul and Donnarseiche was a Tanzbaum.