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15 terms
Old English Vocabulary
Desolation
Rapture
Naught
Sentinel
state of emptiness
feeling of intense pleasure
nothing
Person or Animal that guards
Desolation
state of emptiness
Rapture
feeling of intense pleasure
old english vocabulary
engendering
sundry
array
chivalry
to bring into existence
various; miscellaneous
splendid attire; finery; dress
The medieval system, principles and customs of knighthood.
engendering
to bring into existence
sundry
various; miscellaneous
32 terms
Vocabulary Old English
Shire
Mantle
Victual
Stave
County
Cloak
Food
Staff
Shire
County
Mantle
Cloak
541 terms
Old English Core Vocabulary
abutan
ac
acennan
acwellan
adv., about, around
conj., but, however
verb, bring forth, give birth to
verb, to kill
abutan
adv., about, around
ac
conj., but, however
20 terms
Old English Vocabulary List
Admonish
Contemptuous
Cower
Desolation
to scold
Showing hate
crouch in fear
A state of emptiness or destruction
Admonish
to scold
Contemptuous
Showing hate
96 terms
Old English - vocabulary
quell
barrow
dearth
bower
: to end or stop (something) usually by using force
: a cart with a shallow box body, two wheels, and shafts for…
: the state or condition of not having enough of something
: a shelter in a garden made of boughs of trees or vines
quell
: to end or stop (something) usually by using force
barrow
: a cart with a shallow box body, two wheels, and shafts for…
541 terms
Old English Core Vocabulary
abutan
ac
acennan
acwellan
about, around
but, however
bring forth, give birth to
to kill
abutan
about, around
ac
but, however
20 terms
Old English Vocabulary
Scop
Moored
Gables
Weregild
Old english bard or poet
To secure a ship using cables or anchors
Triangular portion of a wall between two intersecting roofs
Fine paid to the relatives of a person who was murdered
Scop
Old english bard or poet
Moored
To secure a ship using cables or anchors
50 terms
Old English Vocabulary
art
hast
hath
doth
are
have
has
does
art
are
hast
have
32 terms
Vocabulary- Old English/Modern English
Shire
Victual
Mantle
Stave
county
food
cloak
staff
Shire
county
Victual
food
42 terms
Old English Vocabulary
quell
bower
alderman
sallow
to end or stop (something) usually by using force
an attractive dwelling or retreat
a member of a city government in the U.S., Canada, and Austra…
any of several Old World broad-leaved willows (as Salix capre…
quell
to end or stop (something) usually by using force
bower
an attractive dwelling or retreat
22 terms
Basic Old English Vocabulary
Wīf
Ceorl
Dohtor
Sunu
Wife
Husband
Daughter
Son
Wīf
Wife
Ceorl
Husband
32 terms
Vocabulary - Old English/Modern English
shire
victual
mantle
stave
county
Food
cloak
staff
shire
county
victual
Food
15 terms
Old English Vocabulary (4A)
Be
gea
Lufian
Micel
About
Yes
To love
Large
Be
About
gea
Yes
21 terms
Old English Language Vocabulary
se abbod
befaestan
Se beorg
se biscop
The abbot
To entrust
The mountain
The bishop
se abbod
The abbot
befaestan
To entrust
37 terms
English Vocabulary: Old School
insouciance
polymath
aplomb
Philistine
Casual lack of concern; indifference
A person of wide knowledge or learning
Self-confidence or assurance, especially when in a demanding…
A person who is hostile or indifferent to culture and the arts
insouciance
Casual lack of concern; indifference
polymath
A person of wide knowledge or learning
32 terms
Old English to Modern English Vocabulary
shire
victual
mantle
stave
county in England
Food
Cloak
staff
shire
county in England
victual
Food
17 terms
Old English Vocabulary (3)
Ac
Seo Cwen
seo fierd
seo for
But
Queen
Army
Journey
Ac
But
Seo Cwen
Queen
6 terms
Old English Vocabulary
Laments
Reparation
Solace
Vexed
To express sorrow, regret or unhappiness about something
Compensation or payment from a nation for damage or injury du…
Give comfort or relief
Annoyed or worried
Laments
To express sorrow, regret or unhappiness about something
Reparation
Compensation or payment from a nation for damage or injury du…
71 terms
English Vocabulary old
face
hair
look
to look
Gesicht
Haare
Aussehen
aussehen
face
Gesicht
hair
Haare
16 terms
Old English Vocabulary
wyrcan... wrought... wright (n)
hew
hie
smite
to work... fashioned, created... worker, craftsman (overwrought)
to chop or cut with an ax
to hasten
to strike or hit hard; to deliver a blow by striking hard... pas…
wyrcan... wrought... wright (n)
to work... fashioned, created... worker, craftsman (overwrought)
hew
to chop or cut with an ax
36 terms
Vocabulary - Old English
wyrcan
wrought
wright
overwrought
to work
fashioned, created
(n) worker, craftsman
overworked
wyrcan
to work
wrought
fashioned, created
8 terms
Old English Vocabulary
Caesura
Alliteration
Kennings
Scop
A complete pause found in poetry;often indicated with use of…
The repetition of stressed sounds,particularly consonants fro…
A special type of compounding that has intended metaphorical…
Term for an old Anglo saxon poet;believed heavily on oral tra…
Caesura
A complete pause found in poetry;often indicated with use of…
Alliteration
The repetition of stressed sounds,particularly consonants fro…
20 terms
Old English Vocabulary List
Admonish
Contemptuous
Cower
Desolation
Reprimand; rebuke; reproach; upbraid.
Showing contempt; scornful.
Crouch in fear.
A state of emptiness or destruction.
Admonish
Reprimand; rebuke; reproach; upbraid.
Contemptuous
Showing contempt; scornful.
25 terms
Old English Vocabulary
Ere
Woo
Asunder
Beseech
Before
To charm
Tear apart
Strongly urge
Ere
Before
Woo
To charm
537 terms
Old English Vocabulary
lac
laf
lagu
lar
play offering sacrifice
remnant what is left
law
teaching
lac
play offering sacrifice
laf
remnant what is left
20 terms
Old English Vocabulary
anachronism ... (uh-nak-ruh-niz-uhm)
archaic... (ahr-kay-ik)
ardor... (ahr-der)
benefactor... (ben-uh-fak-ter)
(n.) something or someone that is not in its... correct histori…
(adj.) marked by the characteristics of an earlier... period; a…
(n.) great warmth of feeling; fervor; passion... She spoke per…
(n.) person who confers a benefit; kindly helper.... a wealthy…
anachronism ... (uh-nak-ruh-niz-uhm)
(n.) something or someone that is not in its... correct histori…
archaic... (ahr-kay-ik)
(adj.) marked by the characteristics of an earlier... period; a…
384 terms
Old English Vocabulary
Blis
Understandan
Wunder
Dēað
Bliss
Understand
Wonder
Death
Blis
Bliss
Understandan
Understand
407 terms
Old English Vocabulary
And
Ēast
Gold
Help
And
East
Gold
Help
And
And
Ēast
East
79 terms
Old English Vocabulary
habban
magan
sculan
swā swā
(Class 3 w.) have, hold, possess
(preterite present) be able to, can, may
(preterite present) must, have to, should; will, shall
(conjunction) as, just as, as far as
habban
(Class 3 w.) have, hold, possess
magan
(preterite present) be able to, can, may
27 terms
Vocabulary - Old English
Wycran
Hew
Hie
Smite
To work
To chop or cut with an ax
To hurry or hasten
To strike or hit hard
Wycran
To work
Hew
To chop or cut with an ax
475 terms
Old English: Vocabulary
cyning
þeġn
hring
ġeseah, ġesāwon
king
thane
ring
saw
cyning
king
þeġn
thane
9 terms
Old English vocabulary
Epic
Elegy
Alliteration
Cesura
Long narrative
Lament for the dead; serious poem
Occurrence of same letter or sound at beginning of words
Break between words
Epic
Long narrative
Elegy
Lament for the dead; serious poem
17 terms
Old English Vocabulary
Gear
Bewail
Sway
Renege
(n.) Equipment used for a certain purpose
(v.) Express great regret, disappointment, or bitterness over…
(n.) A controlling force or influence, the ability to exercis…
(v.) To go back on a promise, undertaking or contract.
Gear
(n.) Equipment used for a certain purpose
Bewail
(v.) Express great regret, disappointment, or bitterness over…
160 terms
Old English vocabulary
abbod
befæstan
beorg
biscop
abbot
to entrust
mountain
bishop
abbod
abbot
befæstan
to entrust
40 terms
old english vocabulary
scop
rood
raedan
writan
poet
cross
read
write
scop
poet
rood
cross
33 terms
Vocabulary- Old English
wyrcan
wrought
wright
overwrought
to work
fashioned, created
worker, craftsman
in a state of nervous excitement or anxiety
wyrcan
to work
wrought
fashioned, created
8 terms
Old English Vocabulary
husbandry
monastery
abbess
learned
n., the care, cultivation, and breeding of crops and animals
n., a building or complex of buildings where monks and nuns w…
n., a women who is the head of an abbey of nuns and monks
adj., having much knowledge acquired by study
husbandry
n., the care, cultivation, and breeding of crops and animals
monastery
n., a building or complex of buildings where monks and nuns w…
12 terms
Vocabulary English Old
Bailiff
Debutante
Dilettante
Malcontent
a legal officer to whom some degree of authority , care or ju…
A young woman who makes her first formal appearance in society.
A person with a general but superficial interest in any art o…
A person who is not satisfied with current conditions , a dis…
Bailiff
a legal officer to whom some degree of authority , care or ju…
Debutante
A young woman who makes her first formal appearance in society.
20 terms
Old English Vocabulary List
Adonish
Contemptuous
Cower
Desolation
reprimand; rebuke; reproach; upbraid
Showing contempt; scornful
crouch in fear
A state of emptiness or destruction
Adonish
reprimand; rebuke; reproach; upbraid
Contemptuous
Showing contempt; scornful
46 terms
Old English Vocabulary
abutan
ac
acennan
acwellan
about, around (adv.)
but, however (conj.)
bring forth, give birth to (verb)
to kill (verb)
abutan
about, around (adv.)
ac
but, however (conj.)
15 terms
Old English Vocabulary (5B)
Aer
Bocian
Cierran
Eapmod
Before
To grant
To turn
Humble
Aer
Before
Bocian
To grant
13 terms
Old English Vocabulary (6)
Beodan
Bindan
Brucan
Drifan
To announce
To bind
To enjoy
To drive
Beodan
To announce
Bindan
To bind
14 terms
Old English Vocabulary (5A)
Always
To do
To go
To greet
a
don
gan
gretan
Always
a
To do
don
20 terms
Old English Vocabulary
admonish
contemptuous
cower
desolation
to reprimand
scornful
crouch in fear
a state of emptiness/destruction
admonish
to reprimand
contemptuous
scornful
14 terms
Old English Vocabulary (4B)
Seo ceaster
Eac
Paet Eare
Paet eage
City
Also
Ear
Eye
Seo ceaster
City
Eac
Also
46 terms
Old English Vocabulary
befæstan, wk 1
wīte, n.
nōhwæðer
lǣfan, w1.
to apply, to use
punishment, torment
neither
to leave, bequeath
befæstan, wk 1
to apply, to use
wīte, n.
punishment, torment
22 terms
Old English Vocabulary
Knavish
Sinew
Cudgel
Hamlet
(adjective) Dishonest or unscrupulous
(noun) A piece of tough fibrous tissue uniting muscle or bone…
(noun) A short stick used as a weapon
(noun) A small settlement, generally one smaller than a village
Knavish
(adjective) Dishonest or unscrupulous
Sinew
(noun) A piece of tough fibrous tissue uniting muscle or bone…
102 terms
Common Old English Vocabulary
mann (menn) M
cyning (cyningas) M
mōna M
stān (stānas) M
man
king
moon
stone
mann (menn) M
man
cyning (cyningas) M
king
96 terms
Old English - vocabulary 2
quell
barrow
dearth
bower
: to end or stop (something) usually by using force
: a cart with a shallow box body, two wheels, and shafts for…
: the state or condition of not having enough of something
: a shelter in a garden made of boughs of trees or vines
quell
: to end or stop (something) usually by using force
barrow
: a cart with a shallow box body, two wheels, and shafts for…
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