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Hulkoff - Wide-Wuth

  • Artist: Hulkoff ( Hulkoff)
  • Album: Kven
English
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Wide-Wuth

A rider cometh from the East
Holding fast a spear
He rides upon a mighty beast
His heart does not know fear
 
In eiwins (forever)
In eiwins (forever)
In eiwins Wide-Wuth (forever Wide-Wuth)
In eiwins Wide-Wuth (forever Wide-Wuth)
In eiwins ajukduth (forever in eternity)
In eiwins (forever)
In eiwins (forever)
In eiwins Wide-Wuth (forever Wide-Wuth)
In eiwins Wide-Wuth (forever Wide-Wuth)
Thiudans, harjis, guth (king, warrior, god)
 
Etunahaimar awaits
His anger and his wrath
The war-king bringeth fate
And corpses paint its path
 
Bring the head of horses
Father of the wolf at sea
The runes of ancient forces
Thine for all eternity
 
In eiwins (forever)
In eiwins (forever)
In eiwins Wide-Wuth (forever Wide-Wuth)
In eiwins Wide-Wuth (forever Wide-Wuth)
In eiwins ajukduth (forever in eternity)
In eiwins (forever)
In eiwins (forever)
In eiwins Wide-Wuth (forever Wide-Wuth)
In eiwins Wide-Wuth (forever Wide-Wuth)
Thiudans, harjis, guth (king, warrior, god)
 
Upon his shoulders sit and sway
A gleeful raven pair
As pitch black as his birds of prey
As bloodred is his hair
 
Two wolves walk upon his side
Ravenous and grim
They follow where their master rides
For they are bound to him
 
Atta Wide-Wuth (father Wide-Wuth)
Xsaya Wide-Wuth (king Wide-Wuth)
Hliusan þeins liuth (hear thy song)
Thiudans Wide-Wuth (king Wide-Wuth)
Hippotoxotai (horse archer1)
Ahrwazna af wai (arrows of wrath)
Þu ufarskadwian (you overshadow)
Ufar Dar-e-alan (the Darial gorge)
 
  • 1. Greek plural, actually horse archers
Submitted by JaernJaern on Thu, 12/09/2019 - 07:03
Submitter's comments:

The chorus is in Gothic, apparently, and the final stanza in Gothic, Greek, and Scythian. So says the skald.

Thanks!

 

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