Traditional meaning: oak
Meanings when upright:
Ac can be useful for:
Anglo-Saxon rune poem:
Ac byþ on eorþan elda bearnum
flæsces fodor, fereþ gelome
ofer ganotes bæþ; garsecg fandaþ
hwæþer ac hæbbe æþele treowe.
The oak fattens the flesh of pigs for the children of men.
Often it traverses the gannet's bath,
and the ocean proves whether the oak keeps faith
in honourable fashion.
There is not a known Norwegian rune poem for Ac.
The modern poem for this rune is listed in Ear.