Old Norse translator lets you easily translate English to Old Norse language in real-time.
Our Nose translator quickly translates into Norse language and lets you copy and download the translated text for future use.
To translate to Viking or Old Norse languages, follow the steps below:
Old Norse is the language of Vikings, Runes, and Eddic used from roughly 1150 to 1350. It is a North Germanic Language once spoken in Iceland, Greenland, and some areas of Russia and France.
The term old Norse defines old Norwegian but sometimes it is used exchangeable with the latter term. This is because Icelandic records of this century are of great literary value than those in the other Scandinavian languages.
This online translator comes with a quite simple and easy-to-use interface.
Some key features of our tool are:
To start the old Norse translation process, you can either type or paste your simple English directly into the required input field.
This feature will help you in translating the complete article or blog into the Old Norse language without any hassle.
Our Old Norse translator only takes a couple of seconds to translate your text.
Just enter your text into our tool and it will instantly translate your normal English to Old Norse format in real-time.
If you enter the text; “Translate to Viking Language”, the output will be:
“ᛏᚱᚨᚾᛋᛚᚨᛏᛖ ᛏᛟ ᚡᛁᚴᛁᚾᚷ ᛚᚨᚾᚷᚢᚨᚷᛖ”
It translates your text into the Norse language by using special characters and making it stylish and attractive.
This feature of our old Norse runes translator allows you to copy the result text with one click.
Just click on the “Click to Copy” icon and paste the text wherever you want.
You can use this feature of our Norse translator to save the result text for future use. This will let you download the translated text to the local storage of your system in .DOCX format.