Oenoīeg

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Pitcearnīega
Oenoīeg

Oenoīeg is curalen īeg in þǣm sūðernum Sericus Gārsecge and is dǣl þāra Pitcearnīegena sē is Bryttisc ofersǣ landscipe. Hiere nama nis Polynesisc ac Crēcisc. Þēos īeg hæfþ hiere naman æfter Œno þæt hwælhuntoþscipe ac Pitcearnware secgaþ þone namna mif þrim stæfgefēgum, swa swa wolde man hine secgan gif hē wær Polynesisc nama.

Landscipe[adihtan]

Oenoīeg līð 89 mīla be norþwestan Pitcairnīege, æt 23°55′26″S 130°44′03″W / 23.92389°S 130.73417°W / -23.92389; -130.73417. Sēo īeg is ymbe 3 mīla brād. Luh is onmiddan. Hiere stōw is 7.7 mīla2 ac hiere land 170 æcre. Oeno is āgebūred ac menn fram Pitcearnīeg seglað hider for twǣm wucum in Æfterra Gēol.[1]

Fruman[adihtan]

  1. (2006) South Pacific & Micronesia. Lonely Planet. ISBN 1-74104-304-2. “Unless you've got your own yacht, your only chance of getting to Oeno is in January, when Pitcairners fit out two of their longboats with essential supplies and swap everyday life on Pitcairn for a fortnight's summer holiday on Oeno.” 

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