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No Google result for "Nûlaeg". Likely trolling. --Millosh (talk) 07:39, 29 January 2017 (UTC)
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Nûlaeg or Núlaeg is a constructed language which is based heavily on Old English. Its name translates to: "modern" or more literally: "newly". The grammar in many ways ressembles Anglo-Saxon except for that the case system has been dropped to make it more accessible to the modern English speaker. In addition, newer words in the English language are welcomed into the vocabulary with neologisms also playing a factor so that the word "çip" (chip) exists alongside "scôboks" (T.V.) or "wyrdboks" (computer). The spelling is slightly different from that of Anglo-Saxon though conjugations and tenses overall stay relatively the same.
Here is sample text of Nûlaeg:
Sé Lordum gebed. (The Lord's Prayer)
Our faþer hwu bist in haeven, gehalgied béo þún ném. Giefe ús þis dé our gedaeghwemlic hláf un forgiefe ús our trespassen swá wé forgiefaþ þós hwú trespassaþ and ús un léade ús ná intó costnung ac nerie ús frúm wéa þyí þin bið sé cyngdom, sé blaed, un sé miht ever un ever. Ámen.