reply to post by easy12
Perhaps you should think twice about assuring people next time, unless you are purposely trying to obfuscate the situation.
Ok, now we are getting somewhere. Ok let me tell you this. More than half of the Germanic words in that 'Old Germanic' name, didn't exist in Old
Germanic. Important ones too such as 'ship'. They had a word as close to boat as you can get, but not for ship. WHat we have a case of here is alot of
modern Germanic words, written in a form that is like Old Germanic, but in and of itself is not Old Germanic.
There is no old Germanic for Ship. So therefore we can deduce, that these words were added after (if we are supposing that the name is from a long,
old lineage, and not just made up). If that word has been added, how many others have? If others have, we have to question the validity of the content
and information, supposedly given to us to tell a story.
The name is also unlike any Old Germanic I have seen. Here are some examples of Old Germanic names:
Bálthákwêsiz - Brave Axe.
Blithágáizáz - Happy Spear
Glōaugiz - Glow Eye
Hrábnágástiz - Raven Guest.
If you are interested in what the Old Germanic I used in the post above meant, it was simply the lands and names of some of the tribes that inhabited
Germany in Ancient times(pre Roman).
e.g Swebo Lands or Lands of the Swebo.
So in conclusion, given there is no lineage to research, and the added fact that modern Germanic words were added into the name, we have to assume
that this name is completely bogus, and the whole thing a hoax.
edit on 30-7-2012 by AmatuerSkyWatcher because: (no reason given)