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Department of English Language - Latin Plant-Name Associations ...
Introduction · Guidance · Latin Variant Spellings · Old English Variant Spellings · Texts Analyzed · Database Bibliography · Plant-Name Search ...
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Department of English Language - Latin Plant-Name Associations ...
Database help-screen · Search for a plant-name · Search for part of a plant-name · List of Latin and Old English plant-names currently in the database ...
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Learning with the Online Thesaurus of Old English
There may also be other headings on the page, marked by capital letters, ... L. Latin Mod. E. Modern English n noun. OE Old English ON Old Norse ...
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Unit 10 Food and drink
The Old English word mete has narrowed in meaning in the past few hundred .... (bread-maker): this word is the ancestor of present-day English ‘lady’. ...
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Learning with the Online Thesaurus of Old English
The first four units are essays contextualising the project:. How (and why) to use TOE; Life in Anglo-Saxon England; A Short Description of Old English ...
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Unit 5 Clothing
So what did the Anglo-Saxons actually wear? This is a difficult question to answer, since fabrics rarely survive and we have to get evidence wherever we can ...
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Department of English Language - Latin Plant-Name Associations ...
The authority for the spelling of the headwords is the University of Toronto’s Centre for Medieval Studies’ Dictionary of Old English (DOE), currently in ...
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Thesaurus of Old English Database - Phrase search without length mark
This search displays the Thesaurus headings under which the phrase occurs. ... Phrase (wildcard) search - omit length-mark and replace æ with uppercase A ...
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Unit 5 Clothing
So what did the Anglo-Saxons actually wear? This is a difficult question to answer, since fabrics rarely survive and we have to get evidence wherever we can ...
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Unit 5 Clothing
So what did the Anglo-Saxons actually wear? This is a difficult question to .... A lot of the information we have about Anglo-Saxon clothing comes from ...
 
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