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  • n. an uppercase thorn


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  • Cool. Thanks for the info. This is now one of my history dork out pages. :)

    April 15, 2010

  • I thought it was also/could be written like this: ¥, which explains why so many signs say "Ye Olde Slamdammerie," because in Old English it would have been "¥e Olde Cholmondeley," pronounced like "The Old Featherstonehaugh," but people think it looks older with a ¥ so they use a Y.

    But I could be wrong.

    April 14, 2010