wolf, wolven - Dutch, Frisian
wolf, wolwe - Afrikaans
wolf, wolves - English
Wolf, Wölfe - German
ulv, ulve - Danish
ulv, ulver - Norse
úlfur, úlfar - Icelandic
Bолк, волки (volk, volki) - Russian
Fragments in Oera Linda:
HJA GRAJADON LIK WOLVA. FJVCHTADON ALSA
They howled and fought one another like wolves
THÉR SEND WOLVA BARA ÀND SWÁRTE GRISLIKA LÁWA
There are wolves, bears and terrible black lions.
ANNA WOLFA.MÔNATH LÉIDON THA DÉNE MARKA FON FRYA.S LÁND VNDER NE SÉ BIDOBBEN
In the wolves' month [December], the low marks of Fryasland were covered by sea.
MEN HJA HÀVON ALSA FÉLO TÁLA UTFONDEN AS THÉR STÁTA SEND.
THÉRTHRVCH MÉI THAT ÉNE FOLK THÀT ÔRE FOLK ÉVIN MIN FORSTÁN
AS THJU KV THENE HVND ÀND THI WOLF THÀT SKÉP.
but they invented as many languages as there are states,
so that one folk can understand another folk just as little
as the cow the dog, or the wolf the sheep.
THA HINDOS SIND IVIN BLODE ÀND FORFÉRED FROM HJARA FORSTUM
ALS THA HINDNE FROM THA WOLVA SIND.
The Hindus are just as timid and fearful before their princes
as the hinds before the wolves.
|Rabbits triumph over wolves, ca. 1570|