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adjective ancient Anglian dialect Anglo-Saxon antiquity applied authority called certainly character Chaucer coarse collection common commonly compound conﬁned corn corruption deﬁnite derivation dictionary diﬂiculty diphthong doubt East Anglian English language etymologists etymon express farther ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁnished ﬁre ﬁrst ﬁt ﬁve ﬁxed Forby French give Gothic Grammar Greek guage imperfect tenses indeﬁnite instance John Johnson Kettleburgh Latin least less letter means modern never Norfolk Norwich nouns observed Old English origin participle particular peculiar perhaps plural preposition probably pronounced pronunciation proof proper provincial dialects rustic Saxon language Saxon word says seems sense Shakspeare short signiﬁed Sir Thomas Sir Thomas Browne sometimes sort sound speak substantive Suffolk suﬂiciently supposed syllable Teut ther thing thought throw tion tongue Troilus and Cressida Tusser usage verb vowel vulgar Wickliffe writers Yarmouth