Ogham

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Ogham
Sorçh Abbyrlhit
Çhengaghyn Yernish Vunneydagh, Shenn Yernish, Pictish[1], Shenn Loghlynish[2]
Eash 4oo-10oo eash BNJ
ISO 15924 ogam
Clagh Ogham ec Thie Tashtee Vannin.jpg
Notey: Bee cowraghyn sheeanagh ASE er y duillag shoh ayns Unicode, foddee.
Notey: Ta cowraghyn er lheh 'syn art shoh. Mannagh vel jargaght jannoo screeu crampit ec y cho-earrooder ayd, foddee dy vaik uss cowraghyn feysht, kishtaghyn ny cowraghyn elley ayns ynnyd ny cowraghyn kiartey.

She abbyrlhit mean-eashagh leah eh Ogham (Shenn Yernish "Ogam" [ˈɔɣam], Yernish yeianagh [ˈoːm] ny [ˈoːəm]). Ta ymmyd jeant jeh son dy screeu Shenn Yernish son y chooid smoo (as ny keayrtyn, shennayr Bretnagh ny Bretnish) [3].

Ta mysh 400 screeuyn Ogham er mayrn, er claghyn ayns Nerin as Bretin Vooar. Ta'n chooid smoo jeu ayns linney eddyr Kerree (ayns Nerin Yiass) as Dyfed (ayns Bretin Yiass). Ta'n chooid elley nyn soie ayns Nerin Hiar-Yiass, Nalbin Heear, Mannin, as creeagh Ghevon as ny Corn. She enmyn sleih t'ayn son y chooid smoo.

Cha nel bun-ocklaght vaghtal ec y fockle ogham. Foddee dy row eh bentyn rish Yernish og-úaim (rinn-whomm), ta çheet er "whomm" jeant liorish rinn wappin.[4]

Clagh Ogham veih Ballaqueeney, faggys da stashoon traenagh Phurt le Moirrey, Mannin, as y droim (çheu y chlagh va linney meanagh ny lettyryn) 'sy vean. Ta'n lettyryn gra: "BIVAIDONAS MAQI MUCOI CUNAVA[LI]", ny 'sy Ghaelg, "(clagh) Vivaidu, mac chlein Cunava[li]".[5]
Corocklyn Ogham (cha nel ad rere'n ASE). Notey: Shoh screeu pontreilagh. Ayns screeu co-chruinnagh, veagh y çheu yesh ny vun y lettyr.
Breeocklyn Ogham (cha nel ad rere ASE. Notey: Shoh screeu pontreilagh. Ayns screeu co-chruinnagh, veagh y çheu yesh ny vun y lettyr.

Ta screeuyn Ogham cooinaghtagh ry-akin ayns Nerin as Bretin, as beggan beg elley ayns Mannin, Sostyn, Nalbin as Shetlynn. Son y chooid smoo, she cowraghyn shellooderaght as claghyn cooinaghtyn v'ayn. Cha nel agh un screeuyn ayn bentyn rish peiagh as enney er ain: clagh cooinaghtyn Vortiporius, va ny ree Dyfed 'sy 6oo eash.[6]. Son y chooid smoo, she Yernish Bunneydagh as Shenn Yernish va screeut oc, er-lhimmey jeh adsyn ayns Nalbin: ny ta screeut orroo, s'cosoylagh dy nee Pictish t'ayn.

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Forsyth, K.; "Abstract: The Three Writing Systems of the Picts." ayns Black et al. "Celtic Connections: Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Celtic Studies", Ym-lioar 1. East Linton: Tuckwell Press (1999), d. 508
  2. Richard A V Cox, The Language of the Ogam Inscriptions of Scotland, Dept. of Celtic, Aberdeen University ISBN 0-9523911-3-9 [1]
  3. Meic Stephens. The New Companion to the Literature of Wales, d. 540.
  4. Damian McManus (1991). "§8.6", A Guide to Ogam. ISBN 1870684176. OCLC 24181838.
  5. Department of History, University College London (2000-09). CISP (Celtic Inscribed Stones) RUSHN/2 (Baarle).
  6. (2008) The Welsh Academy Encyclopedia of Wales. Cayr Deeth: University of Wales Press.


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