Did any of you know that? If not, don't feel bad, I only learned it yesterday. I have to ask now though, is it really right to say that we have a, "Beautiful, cloud-free sky" today? After all, wouldn't that mean that I'd be saying we have a, "Beautiful, cloud-free cloud" today? Hm... I guess something got lost in the translation. Maybe the Norse folk didn't have an actual word for the sky (as in, what we now call the sky) and pointed up at the clouds, and whoever was trying to learn the language got it wrong? I mean, that kind of thing can happen. And, I don't have any other ideas. Do you?