Toboe LoneWolf (toboe_lonewolf) wrote in linguaphiles,
Toboe LoneWolf
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How do you say: I come in peace

I would like to know how to write (romanized):

"I come in peace."

in as many languages as possible, but preferably "Old Norse," the language of Vikings. Since I know that is extinct, I'm willing to use any language possibly related to it: Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Faroese, etc.

(I would love it, however, if I could get this translated into as many "Northern" languages as possible, such as Ainu.)

Thank you!
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