Definition of Ogham. Meaning of Ogham. Synonyms of Ogham

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Definition of Ogham

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

Meaning of Ogham from wikipedia

- ‹ The template Contains Ogham text is being considered for deletion. › Ogham (/ˈɒɡəm/; Modern Irish [ˈoːmˠ] or [ˈoːəmˠ]; Old Irish: ogam [ˈɔɣamˠ]) is an...
- ‹ The template Contains Ogham text is being considered for deletion. › Roughly 400 known ogham inscriptions are on stone monuments scattered around the...
- the Gallic god Ogmios. According to the Ogam Tract, he is the inventor of Ogham, the script in which Irish Gaelic was first written. The name Ogma is believed...
- to contain Celtic tree lore, possibly relating to the crann ogham, the branch of the ogham alphabet where tree names are used as mnemonic devices. The...
- based on the apparently unintelligible ogham inscriptions found in historically Pictish areas (compare Ogham inscription § Scholastic inscriptions)....
- Ballycrovane Ogham Stone (CIIC 66) is an ogham stone and National Monument located in County Cork, Ireland. Ballycrovane Ogham Stone stands in a field...
- Irish ogham alphabet is largely divided between "monumental" epigraphy and "scholastic" use in, or influenced by, m****cript tradition, Scholastic ogham notably...
- Duir, Gort, Muir, Nion, Quert, Gus. (All but Gus map to letters in the Ogham alphabet.) A Disney version of the Seven Dwarfs, also called Disney Dwarfs...
- on stone in the ogham alphabet in Ireland and western Great Britain from around the 4th to the 7th or 8th centuries. Transcribed ogham inscriptions, which...
- Mac OS Ogham is a character encoding for representing Ogham text on Apple Macintosh computers. It is a su****t of the Irish Standard I.S. 434:1999 character...
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