𐌰 (a)(1)The first letter of the Gothic alphabet, representing /a/, with a numerical value of 1

𐌵 (q)takes the place of Ϝ (6) /kʷ/ Probably from Greek Ϝ (W) (digamma) in a late form such as Greek Digamma cursive 02.svg, Greek Digamma cursive 06.svg.

𐌶 (z)From Ancient Greek Ζ (7) (zeta)

𐌷 (h)(8) From Ancient Greek Η (Ē) (eta)

𐌸 (þ)(9) /θ/ Uncertain; has been related to Ancient Greek Θ (Th, “theta”), Ψ (Ps, “psi”) and Φ (Ph, “phi”).

𐌹 (i)(10)From Ancient Greek Ι (I) (iota)

𐌾 (j)takes the place of ξ (60) /j/ (jer)Uncertain. Has been linked to uncial Latin G or Runic ᛃ (representing /j/) and even from a cursive Ancient Greek Ξ (X, “xi”). Snædal (2015; see references) favours the Latin origin, possibly invented after Wulfila.

𐍀 (p)that of Ο (70)Uncertain. derived from an allograph of Ancient Greek Ο (O, “omikron”); compare also the numerical values.

𐍂 (r)(100)From Ancient Greek Ρ (R, “rho”), influenced by Latin R

𐍃 (s)(200)sauil From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S

𐍄 (t)(300)From Ancient Greek Τ (T, “tau”)

𐍅 (w)(400)rom Ancient Greek Υ (U) (upsilon)

𐍇 (x) that of X (600) /kʰ/ From Ancient Greek Χ (Kh, “Chi”)

𐍈 (ƕ)that of ψ (700)Hwair Uncertain. Most likely an adapted Ancient Greek Θ (Th, “theta”), though links to Ψ (Ps, “psi”) have also been made.

𐌸 (þ)(9) /θ/ Uncertain; has been related to Ancient Greek Θ (Th, “theta”), Ψ (Ps, “psi”) and Φ (Ph, “phi”).

Hwair (also ƕair, huuair, hvair) is the name of 𐍈, the Gothic letter expressing the [hʷ] or [ʍ] sound (reflected in English by the inverted wh-spelling for [ʍ]). Hwair is also the name of the Latin ligature ƕ (capital Ƕ) used to transcribe Gothic.

Gothic ƕ is the reflex of Common Germanic *xʷ, which in turn continues the Indo-European labiovelar *kʷ after it underwent Grimm's law. The same phoneme in Old English and Old High German is spelled hw.

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Trias

𐍄 (t)(300)From Ancient Greek Τ (T, “tau”)

𐍂 (r)(100)From Ancient Greek Ρ (R, “rho”), influenced by Latin R

𐌹 (i)(10)From Ancient Greek Ι (I) (iota)

𐌰 (a)(1)The first letter of the Gothic alphabet, representing /a/, with a numerical value of 1

𐍃 (s)(200)sauil From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S

Treis

𐍄 (t)(300)From Ancient Greek Τ (T, “tau”)

𐍂 (r)(100)From Ancient Greek Ρ (R, “rho”), influenced by Latin R

𐌷 (h)(8) From Ancient Greek Η (Ē) (eta)

𐌹 (i)(10)From Ancient Greek Ι (I) (iota)

𐍃 (s)(200)sauil From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S

short Tris

𐍄 (t)(300)From Ancient Greek Τ (T, “tau”)

𐍂 (r)(100)From Ancient Greek Ρ (R, “rho”), influenced by Latin R

𐌹 (i)(10)From Ancient Greek Ι (I) (iota)

𐍃 (s)(200)sauil From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S

short Tris

𐍄 (t)(300)From Ancient Greek Τ (T, “tau”)

𐍂 (r)(100)From Ancient Greek Ρ (R, “rho”), influenced by Latin R

𐌹 (i)(10)From Ancient Greek Ι (I) (iota)

𐍃 (s)(200)sauil From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S

Trig (from Greek trigōnon, "triangle" and metron, "measure"

𐍄 (t)(300)From Ancient Greek Τ (T, “tau”)

𐍂 (r)(100)From Ancient Greek Ρ (R, “rho”), influenced by Latin R

𐌹 (i)(10)From Ancient Greek Ι (I) (iota)

𐌾 (j)takes the place of ξ(60) /j/ (jer)Uncertain. Has been linked to uncial Latin G or Runic ᛃ (representing /j/) and even from a cursive Ancient Greek Ξ (X, “xi”). Snædal (2015; see references) favours the Latin origin, possibly invented after Wulfila.

Trinity is drawn as a Triangle

Wulfila says the Anti-Christ will be

𐍇 (x)/kʰ/(Chi) & 𐌾(j)/j/(jer) & 𐌵(q)/kʷ/Qu

The Anti-Christ will claim to be God.

The False-Christ will claim to be God.

The False-Messiah will claim to be the Christ God?

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666

𐍇𐌾𐌵

kʰ j kʷ

𐍇 (x) that of X (600) /kʰ/ From Ancient Greek Χ (Kh, “Chi”)

𐌾 (j)takes the place of ξ (60) /j/ (jer)Uncertain. Has been linked to uncial Latin G or Runic ᛃ (representing /j/) and even from a cursive Ancient Greek Ξ (X, “xi”). Snædal (2015; see references) favours the Latin origin, possibly invented after Wulfila.

𐌵 (q)takes the place of Ϝ (6) /kʷ/ Probably from Greek Ϝ (W) (digamma) in a late form such as Greek Digamma cursive 02.svg, Greek Digamma cursive 06.svg.

𐍇 (x) that of X (600) /kʰ/ From Ancient Greek Χ (Kh, “Chi”)

𐌾 (j)takes the place of ξ (60) /j/ (jer)Uncertain. Has been linked to uncial Latin G or Runic ᛃ (representing /j/) and even from a cursive Ancient Greek Ξ (X, “xi”). Snædal (2015; see references) favours the Latin origin, possibly invented after Wulfila.

𐍃 (s)(200)From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S

𐍇 (x) that of X (600) /kʰ/ From Ancient Greek Χ (Kh, “Chi”)

𐍅 (w)(400)rom Ancient Greek Υ (U) (upsilon)

𐌵 (q)takes the place of Ϝ (6) /kʷ/ Probably from Greek Ϝ (W) (digamma) in a late form such as Greek Digamma cursive 02.svg, Greek Digamma cursive 06.svg.

𐍇 (x) that of X (600) /kʰ/ From Ancient Greek Χ (Kh, “Chi”)

𐍅 (w)(400)Ancient Greek Υ (U) (upsilon)

𐍃 (s)(200)From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S

𐌵 (q)takes the place of Ϝ (6) /kʷ/ Probably from Greek Ϝ (W) (digamma) in a late form such as Greek Digamma cursive 02.svg, Greek Digamma cursive 06.svg.

is not Sigma ot Stima?

𐍃 (s)(200)From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S

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616

𐍇 (x) that of X (600) /kʰ/ From Ancient Greek Χ (Kh, “Chi”)

𐌹 (i)(10)From Ancient Greek Ι (I) (iota)

𐌵 (q)takes the place of Ϝ (6) /kʷ/ Probably from Greek Ϝ (W) (digamma) in a late form such as Greek Digamma cursive 02.svg, Greek Digamma cursive 06.svg.

𐍇 (x) that of X (600) /kʰ/ From Ancient Greek Χ (Kh, “Chi”)

𐌹 (i)(10)From Ancient Greek Ι (I) (iota)

𐍃 (s)(200)From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S

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𐌲𐌿𐌸 used for Theos in the Gothic Bible by Wulfila

sounds like: Goth Gopsi Gophi

𐌲𐌿𐌸 Guþ 𐌲 g Γ geuua < giba "gift" *gebō

𐌲 • (g) (3)The third letter of the Gothic alphabet, representing /ɡ/, with a numerical value of 3

𐍀 (p)that of Ο (70)Uncertain. derived from an allograph of Ancient Greek Ο (O, “omikron”); compare also the numerical values.

𐌸 (þ)(9) /θ/ Uncertain; has been related to Ancient Greek Θ (Th, “theta”), Ψ (Ps, “psi”) and Φ (Ph, “phi”).

God

The English word

𐌲 • (g) (3)The third letter of the Gothic alphabet, representing /ɡ/, with a numerical value of 3

𐍀 (p)that of Ο (70)Uncertain. derived from an allograph of Ancient Greek Ο (O, “omikron”); compare also the numerical values.

𐌳 (d) (4)The fourth letter of the Gothic alphabet, representing /d/, with a numerical value of 4

Theos

𐍈 (ƕ)(700)that of ψ (700)Hwair Uncertain. Most likely an adapted Ancient Greek Θ (Th, “theta”), though links to Ψ (Ps, “psi”) have also been made.

𐌴 (ē)(5)From Ancient Greek Ε (E, “epsilon”), uncial variant.

𐍀 (p)that of Ο (70)Uncertain. derived from an allograph of Ancient Greek Ο (O, “omikron”); compare also the numerical values.

𐍃 (s)(200)From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S

𐌸 (þ)(9) /θ/ Uncertain; has been related to Ancient Greek Θ (Th, “theta”), Ψ (Ps, “psi”) and Φ (Ph, “phi”).

𐌴 (ē)(5)From Ancient Greek Ε (E, “epsilon”), uncial variant.

𐍀 (p)that of Ο (70)Uncertain. derived from an allograph of Ancient Greek Ο (O, “omikron”); compare also the numerical values.

𐍃 (s)(200)From Ancient Greek Σ (S) (sigma), influenced by Latin S