|:A,|DFAd B2BA|dcde fed2|A,CE^G AcBA|ceAc eAGE|
DFAd B2BA|dcde fedA|BdBG FdAD|GECE D3:|
|:G|FDA,D FDAF|Gged cAGE|FDA,D FDdF|GECE D3:|
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Nordraflur has been added to 8 tunebooks.
from Debbie Scott.
My guess is it’s corrupted Norwegian for “northbound flight”. But how did the “ü” end up in there?
Composed by Debbie Scott, © MCPS.
Debbie’s own explanation:
“It was a name my grandfather gave to the family home. He built it over an old existing steading. It is the most northern building in a very small area of croft houses called ”Da Biggins“ and he meant it to mean ”north floor“. In Papa (Stour) we tend to pronounce floor a bit like ”fluy-ir“. In the past, we have tended to just ”add an umlaut“ to show it’s a strangely pronounced vowel sound, not very academic! I tend to spell it Nordrafluir nowadays.”