Norn

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Norn

1
Norse myth any of the three virgin goddesses of fate, who predestine the lives of the gods and men

Norn

2
the medieval Norse language of the Orkneys, Shetlands, and parts of N Scotland. It was extinct by 1750
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So what do you do with the Norns, the small and furry stars of the original Creatures, now back in this much improved sequel?
Rather less attractive is the supposed survival of grammatical gender in the use of he or she with nouns ostensibly following the Norn pattern.
Under these circumstances, it is impossible to tell whether the next stage--not knowing that there was a semantic correspondence between the Norn and Scots phrases--had been reached.
The user of the dictionary, however, is left in no doubt as to which words Christie-Johnston would place in the Norn category (in blue ink) and which in English/Scots/other (in black ink).
There's also a complete ecosystem, where you must keep plants growing to supply the Norn with food.
His stage direction was efficient and powerful, and his final tableau--of a human child left on stage, the only one remaining to pick up the Norns' rope of knowledge--was stunning.
In Norse literature the Norns are sometimes called disir.
To win a copy phone 0901 380 1820 and answer this question: Which world do the Norns inhabit?
Creator Steve Grand, from Somerset, developed the Norns as a sort of Tamagotchi with attitude.