The Younger Futhark

 

 

Elder Futhark

 

Old English Futhorc

 

Mediæval Scandinavian

 

Modern English

 

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This Runish alphabet or runerow was used between 550AD and 1200 AD to write Old Norse wherever Vikings were found. There are two variations known as the Long Twig and the Short Twig.

The alphabet was reduced to two eightsomes.

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Younger Futhork (Long Twig)

Younger Futhork (Short Twig) 

Unicode

 

 

 

 

Unicode

Barnes p6 & Unicode Standard

1

16A0

f

Fe

 

1

16A0

f

Fe

 

2

16A2

u

Urr

 

2

16A2

u

Urr

Shortened shape not in Unicode

3

16A6

þ

Thurs

 

3

16A6

þ

Thurs

 

4

16AC

o

Oss

Modded shape

4

16AD

o

Oss

Shortened shape

5

16B1

r

Reid

 

5

16B1

r

Reid

 

6

16B4

k

Kaun

Modded shape

6

16B4

k

Kaun

 

7

16BC

h

Hagall

= EF № 9 with modded shape

7

16BD

h

Hagall

Shortened shape

8

16BE

n

Naud

= EF № 10

8

16BF

n

Naud

Shortened shape

9

16C1

i

Iss

= EF № 11

9

16C1

i

Iss

 

10

16C5

a

Ar

= EF № 12 with modded shape and new sound

10

16C6

a

Ar

Shortened shape

11

16CB

s

Sol

= EF № 16

11

16CC

s

Sol

Shortened shape

12

16CF

t

Tyr

= EF № 17

12

16D0

t

Tyr

Shortened shape

13

16D2

b

Bjarkan

= EF № 18

13

16D3

b

Bjarkan

Shortened shape

14

16D8

m

Madr

= EF № 20 with modded shape

14

16D9

m

Madr

Shortened shape

15

16DA

l

Logr

= EF № 21

15

16DA

l

Logr

 

16

16E6

R

Yr

= EF № 15 upside down with new position.

16

16E7

R

Yr

Shortened shape

16

16E8

R

Yr

Icelandic variant of YF № 16

 

 

 

 

 

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Last updated: January 8th, 2014.