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The Ameryske Tunga
The Amerykan Language

Amerykan (Amerysk) is a planned language (invented language) developed by Paal-Eirik Filssunu beginning in 1979. It is composed of Saxon and Scandinavian words. The language is intended to serve as a unifying cultural factor for North American adherents of Asatru, (also called Odinism and Norse Paganism), the folk-religion of Northern Europe and of those of Northern European heritage.

How I found Amerysk
Some time ago I met a fellow Odinist called Oak--- the original Oak, he points out--- who gave me a batch of old papers in regard to our faith. Included in this was the booklet Snaekk and Skryf Amerysk by Paal-Eirik Filsunu.

As a person who had an interest in other planned languages, I was interested. I thought this work deserved to be passed on. This web site is the result. It is done with respect to the acheivements and rights of Amerysk creator Paal-Eirik Filsunu.

The What and Why of Planned Languages What are planned languages? Why do some people learn them?

Wanted: other Amerysk writings or links to any web site using Amerysk. Please use the guest book to inform me if you have any.

Visitors to this site, please sign the guest book. Thank you.

Amerysk Pronunciation
From 'Snaekk and Skryf Amerysk'
Amerysk Grammar From 'Snaekk and Skyrf Amerysk'
Amerysk Words and Phrases From 'Snaekk and Skryf Amerysk'
Amerysk Words and Phrases, part 2 From 'Snaekk and Skryf Amerysk'

Amerysk-English dictionary
English-Amerysk dictionary

The Ryksljud--- The Amerykan National Hymn In Amerysk and English, to the tune of 'My Country tis of Thee'

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