tveir

Soulmates aren’t rare, they aren’t, you’ll meet a thousand soulmates, just as you’ll live a thousand lives.

North Stars though, they are. By chance you’ll meet someone who encompass the way home. Someone who is home. And knowing them is like being found with never knowing you were lost.

And you will love them. God, you will love them as they are because they are yours. They exist beneath your skin, in your veins, to your bones. They were written in some far off past life.

There is no force that is more than they are.

You are born half in love with them, and to have them, to be theirs, is like nothing else. Nothing would dare to be.

“Sæll vinur, hvað viltu? Þú veður í villu, ég vil stelpur. Hey, drullaðu þér, einn tveir þrír! Farðu í rassgat – ég er hýr, ég er hýr.”

[Translation: “Hey buddy, what do you want? You are mistaken, I want girls. Hey, get lost, one two three. Fuck off – I’m queer, I’m queer.”]

So uuuuh this is an Icelandic translation of a video by @jaxxgarcia which is… MUCH better than this lmao but idk have this thing I guess.

Teljum að tuttugu! - Let’s count to 20!

Einn - One

Tveir - Two

Þrír - Three

Fjórir - Four

Fimm - Five

Sex - Six

Sjö - Seven

Átta - Eight

Níu - Nine

Tíu - Ten

Ellefu - Eleven

Tólf - Twelve

Þrettán - Thirteen

Fjórtán - Fourteen

Fimmtán - Fifteen

Sextán - Sixteen

Sautján - Seventeen

Átján - Eighteen

Nítján - Nineteen

Tuttugu - Twenty

Summer Daily 1-10: Day 13

I know I’m a couple days late, but here’s a recap of all the Germanic languages’ 1-10 (with a bonus 1-10 at the bottom)

German (Deutsch):

1: Eins /aɪ̯ns/

2: Zwei /t͡svaɪ̯/

3: Drei /dʁaɪ̯/

4: Vier /’fiːɐ̯/

5: Fünf /fʏnf/

6: Sechs /zɛks/

7: Sieben /zibm/

8: Acht /aχt/

9: Neun /nɔɪ̯n/

10: Zehn /tseːn/

Swiss German (Schwyzerdütsch):

1: Eis /ɛɪs/

2: Zwöi /tsʋɶi:/

3: Drü /dry:/

4: Vier /’fi.ɛr/

5: Füf /fy:f/

6: Sächs /sæks/

7: Sibe /’sɪ.bɛ/

8: Acht /ɑxt/

9: Nün /ny:n/

10: Zähn /tsa:/

Danish (Dansk):

1: En /’ɛʔ.n/

2: To /toʊ/

3: Tre /tʁe/

4: Fire /’fi.jɐ/

5: Fem /fɶm/

6: Seks /sɛks/

7: Syv /syʊ̯/

8: Otte /’odø/

9: Ni /ni/

10: Ti /ti/

Norwegian (Norsk):

1: En /eːn/

2: To /tuː/

3: Tre /treː/

4: Fire /’fiː.rə/

5: Fem /fɛm/

6: Seks /sɛks/

7: Syv /syv/

8: Åtte /’ɔttɛ/

9: Ni /ni/

10: Ti /ti/

Swedish: (Svenska):

1: Ett /ɛt/

2: Två /tvoː/

3: Tre /treː/

4: Fyra /ˈfyːˌra/

5: Fem /fɛm/

6: Sex /sɛks/

7: Sju /ɧʉː/

8: Åtte /‘ɔtːa/

9: Nio /ˈniːˌʊ/

10: Tio /tiːˌʊ/

Icelandic (Íslenska):

1: Einn /eitn̥

2: Tveir /tʰvei:r/

3: Þrír /θri:r/

4: Fjórir /ˈfjou:rir/

5: Fimm /fɪm/

6: Sex /sɛks/

7: Sjö /sjø:/

8: Átta /ˈauʰta/

9: Níu /ˈni:ʏ/

10: Tíu /ˈti:ʏ/

Dutch (Nederlands):

1: Een /eːn/

2: Twee /tʋeː/

3: Drie /dri/

4: Vier /viər/

5: Vijf /vɛi̯f/

6: Zes /zɛs/

7: Zeven /’zeː.vən/

8: Acht /axt/

9: Negen /ˈneː.ɣən/

10: Tien /tiːn/

BONUS: Yiddish:  יידיש

1: איינס (eyns) /eɪns/

2: צוויי (tsvey) /tsvej/

3: דרײַ (dray) /dʁaj/

4: פֿיר (fir) /fi:r/

5: פֿינף (finf) /fɪnf/

6: זעקס (zeks) /zɛks/

7: זיבן (zibn) /zibm̩/

8: אַכט (akht) /axt/

9: נײַן (nayn) /naɪn/

10: צען (tsen) /tsɛn/

Two ravens sit on Odin’s shoulders, and into his ears they tell all the news they see or hear. Their names are Hugin [Thought] and Munin [Mind, Memory]. At sunrise he sends them off to fly throughout the whole world, and they return in time for the first meal. Thus he gathers knowledge about many things that are happening, and so people call him the raven god. As is said:

Hugin and Munin

fly each day

over the wide world.

I fear for Hugin

that he may not return,

though I worry more for Munin.

(The Lay of Grimnir. 20)


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Hrafnar tveir sitja á öxlum honum ok segja í eyru honum öll tíðendi, þau er þeir sjá eða heyra. Þeir heita svá, Huginn ok Muninn. Þá sendir hann í dagan at fljúga um heim allan, ok koma þeir aftr at dögurðarmáli. Þar af verðr hann margra tíðenda víss. Því kalla menn hann Hrafnaguð, svá sem sagt er:

Huginn ok Muninn
fljúga hverjan dag
jörmungrund yfir;
óumk ek Hugin,
at hann aftr né komi,
þó sjáumk ek meir of Munin.


(Prose Edda, ch. 38)

Sometimes it’s like breathing is a language my scarred lungs never learned to speak. And it’s not poetic, the ache. Of oxygen so often being lost in translation.

But in the silence of my ragged breaths the distance from your inhales to exhales feels how poetry should feel.

You are the softest loud I’ve known.

—  Sometimes it’s like breathing is a language only you can teach | p.d
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Aidan Watcher, sorcerer and silversmith creates amazing talismanic jewelry for other magickal practitioners. The methods he uses are time honored and unique. His symbolism is inspiring in its beauty and originality. Two of my favorites, the Veneficium Cross and Hekate’s Key. Tveir Hrafnar is the name of his shop, and it’s definitely worth a look.

kunaroll  asked:

Tveir ✿ Mugs (DUH)

A thought about them that they’d never share: *Imagined her room to be covered in panties*
First impression of them: *thought she was a guy because no boobs lol xD*
Favorite thing about them: Work together really well in fights -STALKER DUO~-
Least favorite thing about them: Losing to Mugs in a competition xD
Hopes for their future relationship: that it’ll never change?