|Cycle of rebirth at Dazu Rock Carvings|
Seele - German
ziel - Dutch
siel - Afrikaans, Frisian
själ - Swedish
sjel - Norse
sjæl - Danish
sál - Icelandic
Séil - Luxemburghian
sielu - Finnish
siela - Lithuanian
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Fragments in the Oera Linda-book with provisional translations by me:
[00a/02] Hidde Oera Linda
THISSA BOKA MOT I MITH LIF ÀND SÉLE WÁRJA.
You must preserve these books with body and soul.
[083/19] Death of Frana
MIN ÁGUN WRDE THJÛSTRED. THA THAT ÔRE LJUCHT DÉGTH VP IN MINARA SÉLE.
My eyes are blurred, but the inner light of my soul emerges...
[084/32] Death of Frana
ÉR SJUGUN ETMELDE OM SEND. SKIL THIN SÉLE MITHA NACHTFÜGLUN TO THA GRÁWA OMMEWÁRA
ÀND THIN LIK SKIL LEDSA VPPA BODEM FONA SE.
Within one week, your soul shall wander about graves with the night birds,
and your corpse will lie on the bottom of the sea.
[124/19] Alexander the King
WR.ALDA LÉT SINE SÉLE LÁS
Wralda deserted his soul
[127/13] Demetrius and Friso
VNWILLING.LIK IS THIN LIF BIWLLAD.
THAT NE SKIL JOW NAVT TO RÉKNED NI WRDE.
THACH SÁHWERSA JOW JOWE SÉLE BIWLLATH
SA NE SKIL JOW NIMMERTHE TO WAL.HÁLLA NE KVMA.
JOW SÉLE SKIL THÀN OVER JRTHA OMME.WÁRA.
SVNDER A THET LJUCHT SJA TO MVGANDE.
LIK THA FLÁRA.MUSA ÀND NACHT.ULA SKILSTV ALRA DYSTIK IN THINA HOLA SKULA.
THES NACHT.IS UTKVMA. THEN VP VSA GRÀVA GRÁJA ÀND HULA.
THAHWILA FRYA HJRA HAVED FON JOW OFWENDA MOT.
Against your will, your body was defiled.
That, you are not to blame for.
But if you defile your soul,
you will never reach Walhalla.
Your soul will then wander over the earth
without being able to see the light.
Like bats and owls you will hide in your hole by day,
and come out at night, crying and howling upon our graves,
while Frya must turn her head away from you.
[140/07] Yesus or Buda
VMBE SIN AJN SÉLE TO BIHALDANE MOST MÀN FÜL ANDA CHERKE JÁN.
In order to save his own soul, one must offer the temple generously.
[196/06] Askar Prepares for War
JETA SWARTER AS SIN HÉR IS SINE SÉLE FVNDEN.
but his soul was found to be blacker than his hair
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Possibly derived from SÉ (both verb 'see' and noun 'sea').