Collogue:Daith metal

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Wad the Scots 'calque' o Death Metal no be Daith Metal an no Deid Metal? Jimmy 22:48, 1 September 2007 (UTC)

I jalouse it cuid be either ane. Henryson scrived in "The Three Deid Pollis" the lines: "every man mortale/ Mon suffer deid, and dee..." an a few lines efter uises the phrase "hour of death". Baith cuid be uisit. - Duncan Sneddon

Shoud the bittie "DINNA SUBMIT COPYRICHTIT WARK ATHOOT PERMEISSION!" at the dowp o this page no be DINNA REFER COPYRICHTIT WARK ATHOOT PERMEESSION!? Mebbes e'en SUBMEET? Jimmy 22:53, 1 September 2007 (UTC)

A'll see whit A can dae. -- Derek Ross | News 00:47, 6 September 2007 (UTC)
Are ye shuir Henryson is a guid soorce for examplars o modren uiss? Sicna construct micht aye be uised but a mair modren citation wad conveence me better. Jimmy 14:15, 10 September 2007 (UTC)

Frae the Pocket Scots Dictionary - deid, dead - adjective, dead. noun death; the cause of (someone's) death. - Duncan Sneddon


Actually, ye'r richt. "Daith Metal" maks muckle mair sense, an gin fowk wes tae luik fer thon genre here, thon's mair nor likley whit they wad rake fer. - Duncan Sneddon