Definitions for futharkˈfu θɑrk; -θɔrk
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fu•tharkˈfu θɑrk; -θɔrk(n.)
or fu•tharc ; also fu•thorc, fu•thork
the runic alphabet.
Origin of futhark:
1850–55; so called from its first six letters: f, u, th, a (or o), r, k (modeled on alphabet )
The Germanic runic alphabet; especially specifically the Elder or Younger futhark alphabet (of Scandinavia and the European mainland), as contrasted with the Anglo-Saxon futhorc.
Origin: From the first six letters of the alphabet, ᚠ ᚢ ᚦ ᚨ ᚱ ᚲ (f u þ a r k).
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