Help. This page covers some basic topics concerning the online Dictionary. About · Guestbook · Contact · Help. æ. þ. Advanced Search. Results 1 – 20 of A. It is not necessary to speak of the form of what are often called Anglo-Saxon letters, as all Teutonic, Celtic, and Latin manuscripts of the.
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Texts, edited by H. An Alphabet of Kenticisms by Samuel Pegge, An Early English Psalter, edited by J.
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Geschichte der Deutschen Sprache von Jacob Grimm. Old English Glosses, edited by Arthur S. The Oxford English Dictionary. Glossae Mettenses in Mone Anzeiger, The correspondence of lines in the two editions is marked in the later.
Constitutiones de Foresta of King Cnut.
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Furnivall in honour of his seventy-fifth birthday. Several updates happened meanwhile: Quoted by chapter, and by page and line. Skeat Early English Text Society.
These can be structured into a hierarchy of senses and sub-senses on the basis of meaning or grammar. The same poem edited for the Record Commission by Benjamin Thorpe, but not published. The Old Bosworty poem of the Heliand.
A gloss of Isaiah 12,contained in the same MS.
The Lay of Havelok the Dane, edited by W. This was done semi-automatically, so there is bound to be a lot of errors.
Kemble and completed by Mr. I have added fields for the literal spellouts of the abbreviations; for example, if the abbreviation is listed as “Rel[iq]. This is the gloss given under Germ, q.
Prohemium regularis concordie Anglicae nationis monachorum MS. Notes on the Blickling Homilies in Modern Philology, vol.
Stevenson, Surtees Society, vol. Joel Dean grantee, summer David Harrison: Glosses taken from a copy of the Roman Psalter in the library at Blickling Hall. Scanned the entire text during summerand performed preliminary OCR.
Laws of King Ine. Laws of King Henry I.
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If you do this, please be sure to credit all of the boswotrh who have contributed to this project see above. Reden der Seelen, in the Codex Exoniensis, p.
John, edited by Skeat. Where a reference to any citation consists of more than one part e. Heinrich Middendorf, Halle, The Legend of the Cross, from a twelfth-century MS. The poetical part is quoted by line, the prose by page and line.
The legend of St. Here is an XML file containing the abbreviations for the source texts.