Also, a note. The eth in the ship's name is a TH sound. Like the first sound in "them". But you don't put an eth or a thorn as the first letter. Eth or thorn are interchangeable, but I find that, in common usage, eth is usually used after a vowel where thorn is used after a consonant.
Technically, eth is a DH sound and thorn is a TH sound, but the two sound close enough to be considered the same. Both are dental frictives (meaning your tongue touches your front teeth when you say the sound).
But the eth us voiced. Like in "THEN".
The thorn is voiceless. Like in "THING".
The sound is subtly different.
[Edited by Dhampy, 1/27/2010 9:53:04 PM]
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