NOWELE Volume 46/47 (June 2005)

Papers on Scandinavian and Germanic Language and Culture

Published in Honour of Michael Barnes on his Sixty-Fifth Birthday 28 June 2005

[NOWELE, 46/47]  2005.  273 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: University Press of Southern Denmark
Table of Contents
Introduction
Peter Foote and Tom Lundskær-Nielsen
7–9
A Celtic (?) Place-Name in Finland
Anders Ahlqvist
11–13
Variation in Word Order in the Oldest Germanic Runic Inscriptions: A Case For Bilingualism?
Kurt Braunmüller
15–30
Old Frisian fule and felo "Much; Many": An Idiosyncracy in Germanic and Frisian Perspective
Rolf H. Bremmer, Jr.
31–40
Ortsnamen in Alten Sprachberührungsgebieten - am Beispiel Nordskandinaviens
Lars-Erik Edlund
41–52
From Clitic to Affix: On the History of Scandinavian Reflexive Verbs
Jan Terje Faarlund
53–72
An Orkney Myth?
Peter Foote
73–75
On Scalds and Runes
Jan Ragnar Hagland
77–85
The Unicodification of Runic Script
Odd Einar Haugen
87–102
A Note ON /sk/ in the Dialect of Devon
Gillis Kristensson
103–107
Germanische Stammbetonung und finno-Ugrischer Initialakzent: Zur Diskussion Ihrer Sprachhistorischen Beziehungen
Gotthard Lerchner
109–118
The Relation of English Slowworm, Swedish and Older Danish ormslå, Norwegian Dialectal sleva, and German Blindschleiche to *Slahan 'Strike', with a Note on Tautological Compounds
Anatoly Liberman
119–132
Possessives: Pronouns OR Adjectives?
Tom Lundskær-Nielsen
133–152
Urnordisch -a im Nominativ Singularis der Maskulinen n-Stämme
Robert Nedoma
155–191
Wie Viele Künste Konnte König Harald?
Gudlaug Nedrelid
193–209
Seeing and Observing
R.I. Page
211–225
The Dative Case in Old Norse, Modern Norwegian and Modern Faroese
Helge Sandoy
227–241
Who is Confused - The Rune-Carver or the Runologist? OR: A Small Apology For George Stephens
Karin Fjellhammer Seim
243–247
The Compound Gerund IN 17TH-Century English
Matsuji Tajima
249–262
Beinisvørd
Eivind Weyhe
263–269
Tabula Gratulatoria
271–273
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