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wicca, witchcraft, druid, pagan On the left is the Ogham (pronounced "Ohm") alphabet. The Druids, Britons, Cymry, Picts and the ancient Irish Celts used this form of writing for centuries. It was used up until about the fifth century CE. It consisted of a vertical line with the appropriate dots and dashes. The alphabet was named after Ogham, the Celtic god of literature, who some believe actually created it. It was used on the edges of burial stones and boundary markers. The surviving examples of ogham are on large standing stones. There are almost 400 known Ogham inscriptions in Ireland, most of which are located in the southwest of the country. The ogham alphabet contains twenty letters and is read from the bottom up.   See the Myverian Archaiology of Wales, 1877


     Letter     Name            Tree      .


       B        Beth            Birch

       L        Luis            Rowan

       N        Nionn           Ash

       F        Fearn           Alder

       S        Saille          Willow

       H        Huath           Hawthorn

       D        Duir            Oak

       T        Tinne           Holly

       C        Coll            Hazel

       Q        Quert           Apple

       M        Muin            Vine

       G        Gort            Ivy

       Ng       Ngetal          Reed

       St       Straiff         Blackthorn

       R        Ruis            Elder

       A        Ailm            Fir

       O        Onn             Gorse

       U        Ura             Heather

       E        Eadha           Poplar

       I        Idho            Yew

 
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