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Name
"day"
Shape Elder Futhark Futhorc
Runic letter dagaz.svg
Unicode
U+16DE
Transliteration d
Transcription d
IPA [ð] [d]
Position in rune-row 23 or 24

The d rune () is called dæg "day" in the Anglo-Saxon rune poem. The corresponding letter of the Gothic alphabet 𐌳 d is called dags. This rune is also part of the Elder Futhark, with a reconstructed Proto-Germanic name *dagaz.

Its "butterfly" shape is possibly derived from Lepontic san.


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Name
"day"
Shape Elder Futhark Futhorc
Runic letter dagaz.svg
Unicode
U+16DE
Transliteration d
Transcription d
IPA [ð] [d]
Position in rune-row 23 or 24

The d rune () is called dæg "day" in the Anglo-Saxon rune poem. The corresponding letter of the Gothic alphabet 𐌳 d is called dags. This rune is also part of the Elder Futhark, with a reconstructed Proto-Germanic name *dagaz.

Its "butterfly" shape is possibly derived from Lepontic san.


Dagaz sections
Intro   Rune poems   Inscriptions  References  See also  

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