Ogham

Celtic equivalent of the Teutonic runes. The ancient alphabet of the Celtic people.
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Ogham

Ogham əm (Modern Irish ˈoːm or ˈoːəm; ogam ˈɔɣam) is an Early Medieval alphabet used primarily to write the early Irish language (in the so-called `orthodox` inscriptions, 4th to 6th centuries), and later the Old Irish language (so-called scholastic ogham, 6th to 9th centuries). There are roughly 400 surviving orthodox inscriptions on s.....
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Ogham

• (n.) A particular kind of writing practiced by the ancient Irish, and found in inscriptions on stones, metals, etc.
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Ogham

[Unicode block] Ogham is a Unicode block containing characters for representing Old Irish inscriptions. ...
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Ogham

Og'ham noun [ Ir.] A particular kind of writing practiced by the ancient Irish, and found in inscriptions on stones, metals, etc. [ Written also ogam .]
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Ogham

A type of alphabet current in Ireland and in the Irish settlements in Britain in the Dark Ages, a variant of which was used by the Picts (see p. 44).
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ogham

Early Celtic alphabet, comprising in its basic form 20 letters made up of straight lines at a right angle or an oblique angle to a base line. It has been found in Cornwall, Wales, and Scotland, and...
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ogham

ogham, ogam,or ogum (all: og'um, ō'um) , ancient Celtic alphabet of one of the Irish runic languages. It was used by the druids and abandoned after the first few centuries of the Christian era. The ogham runes remain only in gravestone inscriptions found mostly in W Ireland and also in...
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