Old Norse to English Translator or the other way around

or the other way around

Old Norse was the language of the Vikings from the 8th century to the 14th century. It was written in Runic script originally but started using the Latin script after the Christianization in the 11th century. You should see my Latin Script to Elder Futhark Runes Translator and my Latin Script to Younger Futhark Runes Translator for that. Old Norse brought many new words to Old English. Many of these words still survive in Modern English, like the words: 'give' and 'take.'

Old Norse had many dialects. These dialects eventually broke into different languages. The closest living language to Old Norse is Icelandic.

Because the Old Norse Lexilogs is not enough for this translator, I have made some reconstructed words based on Old Norse's descendant languages.

This is not a perfect translator. Please give any suggestions that you have.

These are the other translators that I have made on LingoJam:

-Shakespearean English to Modern English Translator

-Old Norse to English Translator

-Latin Script to Elder Futhark Runes Translator

-Latin Script to Younger Futhark Runes Translator

-Latin Script to Anglo-Saxon Futhorc Runes Translator

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