Tuesday, January 1, 2013

GEESE and WHALES decipherment

MA 4.2
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Wapallanewa sittamaganat 
yukepechi wemima
original sounds
.
Wapa lla newa Sit
 Amagamek Yukepuyew 
Wemimik
Lenape words
.
Verpa Laat Siid 
Megnmok Rekja Thaa
 Hveim Megir
Old Norse 
.
 Geese return to
the large fish
near the shore
to expand
all the children
.
DROTTKVAETT
Alliterations "-", Rhyme '-'
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LENAPE
S          w          S          w          S          w
"wa"    "pa"      "lla"     new      "a"        sit
.
"a"       mag       "a"      mek       yu         ke
.
"pu"     "yew"    we      mi          mik         .
.
Alit---3/6  Rym 4/6 = 7/6= 117%
.
OLD NORSE
S          w          S          w          S          w
ver       "pa"      "la"      at          new       "a"
.
si          id          meg      n          mok       rek
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"ja"       "thaa"   hv        eim      meg        ir  .
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Alit 2/6   Rym 3/6= 5/6 =83%
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Deciphered by: Craig Judge, Kean U., 2012
        Vetted by: Myron Paine, Ph. D.
         Admin.  Dr, Frank Esposito, Kean U. 2012
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DETAILS
Original English= Hitherto
Sounds                 = Wapallanewa
Lenape                  = Wapa Vol. 5 p. 154
                               lla Vol. 1 p. 83
Newa                          ????
Old Norse            =  Verpa Laat
Norse/English       = Geese
Notes: Went back into my notes and spreadsheets and could not find how NEWA was chosen; but I will keep looking.  [Myron told Craig that "ne wa" was the sounds geese made when flying.]
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Original English   =Bald eagle
Sounds                  =Sittamagarnat
Lenape                  =Sit Vol. 1 p. 185
                              Amagamek Vol. 5 p. 10
Old Norse            = Siid Megnmok
Norse/English      = Large fish near shore
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Original English = Had Been
Sounds                   = Yukepechi
Lenape                    = Yukepuyew Vol 5. p. 169
Old Norse                = Rekja Thaa
Norse/English          = To Expand
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Original English = The pipe bearer
Sounds                   = Wemina
Lenape                   =Wemimik Vol. 5 p. 159
Old Norse              = Hveim Megir
Norse/English        = All the Children
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