02 October 2008

whither (where to) is norne

nornenorne = whither (where to) (adverb) (some things Google found for "norne": an uncommon term; an oil field located in the Norwegian Sea; a Norwegian merchant ship sunk with casualties by a torpedo in 1940; a last name which can be from the Orkney Islands of Scotland; a rare feminine first name)

Word derivation for "whither" (where to) :
Basque = nora, Finnish = minne
Miresua = norne

I know that whither is an archaic English word, one that people don't use nowadays, but it best explains the meaning of this Miresua word. Whither can ask the question of where to or to what place.

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