|This little guy is called 'Eth' and has a 'Th' sound.|
Open up the next letter...
|Here we have 'Thorn' which mimics 'Eth' by its similar 'Th' sound.|
What fun new letters, am I right?
|Probably my favorite: 'Ash' has a 'a' sound as in 'cat.'|
Up next on the Old English train is--
|Our good old friend 'insular-g.' You probably don't even recognize his 'ogh' sound, as in 'tough.'|
We are on a roll!
|This is our estranged bud 'wynn' with its distinctive 'W' sound. What a bro!|
I guess that is it, for now. But, there is many more wonderfully dead letters out there, you just have to give 'em a look!
|The collected dead letters of the English language.|
But, here is one for the road: the Old English alphabet!
|The alphabet you never knew you had.|