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Not silliness -- "Viking" was indeed a verb-form in their language, a raid was a "vike" or "vyke". If it were not so, the word would never have entered "English", for Anglish, Saxon or Celtic it is not. --[[User:Simoncursitor|Simoncursitor]] 02:20, 2 Nov 2005 (CST)

Revision as of 18:20, 2 November 2005

Hello an welcome to Cunnan!

We usually suggest new users tell us a bit about themselves on their user page but you've beaten us to it.

Good work on your edits so far. We all hope you'll stay a while and help us improve Cunnan's information.

Tobin 08:27, 10 Oct 2005 (CDT)

thanks

Tobin;

Thanks -- I'm a tech support guy and this is a holiday up here in Canada, so I've got lots of free time. Sorry about the multiple edits on the various things I've posted -- I'm still getting the hang of this.

Paul

No worries, mistakes can be easily fixed. If you need some help feel free to ask at the village pump.
One trick you'll probably find handy for talk pages is typing ~~~~ to sign your name and the date. Like so: Tobin 08:50, 10 Oct 2005 (CDT)

Tobin;

Thanks!

Paul 05:56, 11 Oct 2005 (CDT)

Welcome

Also thanks for kicking off the "religion" threads -- I couldn't think of a way that wasn't likely to be divisive, but you seem to have managed a very balanced approach. --Simoncursitor 14:04, 20 Oct 2005 (CDT)

  • No problem -- the trick is to treat it like an article in a newspaper or textbook.

Paul

Viking

Not silliness -- "Viking" was indeed a verb-form in their language, a raid was a "vike" or "vyke". If it were not so, the word would never have entered "English", for Anglish, Saxon or Celtic it is not. --Simoncursitor 02:20, 2 Nov 2005 (CST)