Old Norse alphabet

Old Norse alphabet

The Old Norse alphabet consists of 32 letters derived from the Latin alphabet:

See also

* Alphabets derived from the Latin
* Old Norse orthography
* Old Norse
* Dalecarlian alphabet
* Icelandic alphabet


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