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Definition of Futhork
1. futhark [n -S] - See also: futhark
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Literary usage of Futhork
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Older England, Illustrated by the Anglo-Saxon Antiquities in the British by J. Frederick Hodgetts (1884)
"Another reason for the survival of the Northumbrian futhork, and the destruction of Eunic inscriptions in the south, was that Augustine in the south waged a ..."
2. The Runes, Whence Came They by George Stephens (1894)
"The runic alphabet, later staves in the futhork order, most of it legible, ... This piece bears, round the edge, the ON Runic Alphabet in the futhork order, ..."
3. An Icelandic Prose Reader: With Notes, Grammar, and Glossary by Guðbrandur Vigfússon, Frederick York Powell (1879)
"... we think, that the letters were not taken from A, B, C, but from coins or tablets and the like. The earliest remains on which the futhork occurs are the ..."