A minor update to Askeisk

<< Askeisk, a Scandinavian language (part 3)


This is probably one of the most minor updates I’ve made to a conlang, but it affects a large number of the nouns and adjectives.

Previously, nouns inherited from Old Norse nouns that ended in –r (like fiskr & and hundr) ended in –ur in Askeisk (fiskur, hundur). After thinking about it for over a year, I’ve decided to drop the –ur ending entirely.

In-universe, it’s supposed to look like a “middle” between the continental North Germanic languages and the insular ones. Now it’s starting to actually resemble that.

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