#2
what?
wen i ask they say that they fall into the habit smhw ........but nyways i think there is a connection smwhere. Now i being a teetollar will not give into this habit nyhw

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#3
is it greek or somthing?



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#4
It's the norwegian ö... or o... or something. Ask norway.
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#5
I think you mean how to pronounce it.

Wikipedia knows all - take advantage of that.
#6
theta

EDIT: nevermind the line goes the other way for theta.

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#7
I don't know if there's a literal english expression for it.
It just tells you how the letter is pronounced, like a ü or a ß
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#9
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theta


It's not theta. It's a Danish character, and according to Wiki it's pronounced like the "ir" in "bird" or the "ur" in "hurt".
#10
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what?

You're on fire on the thread-understanding front today aren't you?
Anyway, I'd say Theta, the Greek symbol used in maths to denote the size of an angle.
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#11
lmao, yes i'm dumb
wen i ask they say that they fall into the habit smhw ........but nyways i think there is a connection smwhere. Now i being a teetollar will not give into this habit nyhw

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#13
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lmao, yes i'm dumb

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#14
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Its norway.Im thinking about changing our band name to DøD (Death in Norwegian) looks good,want to know how to read it


Then, assuming Wiki is right, Durd? Which happens to be my mates nickname.

Bad idea I think though. People will get confused and just call you dod.
#15
it's from somewhere in scandanavia, that's all i know.
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#16
that kinda looks like the sign for phase
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#18
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It's not theta. It's a Danish character, and according to Wiki it's pronounced like the "ir" in "bird" or the "ur" in "hurt".


Minus the "r-sound".
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#19
oh also, TS, I love your username

great song!

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#20
Isn't that the O in underoath? (see avatar)
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#21
ø_ø
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#22
I think it's "ur".

It's used to denote diameter in engineering drawings.
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#23
As far as I can tell it's somewhere inbetween 'o' and 'u'.
Wą.
#24
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It's the norwegian ö... or o... or something. Ask norway.





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#26
...Xx Yy Zz Åå Ää Öö.

Ö = That. How could you not know?
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#30
The "Ø", is a vowel and a letter used in the Danish, Faroese and Norwegian languages.
- Wiki

And as I speak norwegian myself I know how to pronounce it, TOO BAD IF YOU CAN'T.
#31
As said above it looks like Phi.
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#32
Its a letter from Denmark and Norway.
And in danish a single Ø actually means Island.

Edit:
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I thought it was the mathematical symbol for void?


That is also true, but here in denmark its also a letter.
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