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HAP DA ONEN HAG OLL

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11:52 Feb 28, 2001
Norwegian to English translations [Non-PRO]
Art/Literary
Norwegian term or phrase: HAP DA ONEN HAG OLL
This inscription was found on an old medal which I think is Norwegian. I am curious as to the meaning of the phrase and also what language it is. Thank you
Shan Howells
English translation:HAP DA ONEN HAG OLL
Explanation:
I cant translate it for you but just wanted to point out that this is indeed Cornish language, a Celtic language of Kernow. Cornwall...

Here is reference about this language and another one where you will find the same wording you refer to:

Kernowek -=- The Cornish Language
Cornish, the Celtic language of Kernow, Cornwall, with history, literature, culture,
for learning, and reading; in English, Cornish, French, German and Italian ...
Description: Includes a selection of authentic Cornish stories of 16th - early 19th centuries, each accompanied...
Category: Science > Social Sciences > ... > Old Tongues Revived > Cornish
www.bbmedia.com.au/cornish

Gwyasva Golvan - Poetry
... dh'agan gwlas · onen hag oll par ... na aller gruthyl travyth da na drok rak ... dre; kyn
whren oll ow devar dhodho ... an ton hag ogas dhodho ... meppyk munys (hap a vragyas ...
www.fortunecity.com/bally/killiney/982/prydydhyeth.html


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HAP DA ONEN HAG OLL


Explanation:
I cant translate it for you but just wanted to point out that this is indeed Cornish language, a Celtic language of Kernow. Cornwall...

Here is reference about this language and another one where you will find the same wording you refer to:

Kernowek -=- The Cornish Language
Cornish, the Celtic language of Kernow, Cornwall, with history, literature, culture,
for learning, and reading; in English, Cornish, French, German and Italian ...
Description: Includes a selection of authentic Cornish stories of 16th - early 19th centuries, each accompanied...
Category: Science > Social Sciences > ... > Old Tongues Revived > Cornish
www.bbmedia.com.au/cornish

Gwyasva Golvan - Poetry
... dh'agan gwlas · onen hag oll par ... na aller gruthyl travyth da na drok rak ... dre; kyn
whren oll ow devar dhodho ... an ton hag ogas dhodho ... meppyk munys (hap a vragyas ...
www.fortunecity.com/bally/killiney/982/prydydhyeth.html


Good luck!

Elisa Capelão
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