|Gabriël Metsu, "The sick child"|
ca. 1665 (cropped)
sick, sickness - English
ziek, ziekte - Dutch
siek, siekte - Afrikaans
siik, sykte - Frisian
siech, siechthum - German
syg, sygdom - Danish
syk, sykdom - Norse
sjuk, sjukdom - Swedish
Varieties in Oera Linda:
adjective: sick/ ill
SIAK (ill) - 3,4,5
SÍAKA FJA (sick cattle) - 1
noun (plural): the sick (people)
THA SJAKA TO LÉVANDE (to nurse/cure? the sick) - 2
noun: sickness/ disease
LVNG.SÍAKTE (lung disease) - 1
Fragments in Oera Linda:
THÀNK ÍNES. THÉR WAS HÍR WÉSEN EN HÀRDE LVNG.SÍAKTE AMONG.ETH FJA
ÀND THÀT.ER THÉR JETA ÀRG WDE.
SKOLDE J.ETH THÀN WEL WÁGJA
VMBE JVW HÉLENA FJA TO FARANDE AMONG HJARA SÍAKA FJA.
Imagine if our cattle had been plagued by a serious lung disease,
which was still raging badly there.
Would you then risk
mixing your healthy animals with their sick ones?
INSTÉDE FON THA FÁMKES WIS TO MÁKJANDE.
ÀND AFTERNÉI ÉMONG THÀT FOLK TO SENDA.
THA SJAKA TO LÉVANDE. ÀND THA BÀRN TO LÉRANDE.
instead of properly educating these maidens
before sending them among the people,
to nurse the sick and teach the children,
MIN TÁT THÉR SIAK LÉIDE IS FON SKRIK VRSTURVEN.
My father was already ill and died of shock.
WICH.HIRTE LÉIDE SIAK TO BEDDE.
Wichard lay ill in bed.
WICH.HIRTE WAS WITHER SIAK WRDEN
Wichard had fallen ill again,