Old English - The Scandinavian Influence on Old English
GRIN Verlag, 2013 - 36 pages
Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: 2,3, University of Rostock, language: English, abstract: Structure: Part I - Textual Work on "Bedes Account of the Poet Caedmon" 1.Provement of the claim: For a precise classification of Old English 1 - 2 inflexional forms it does usually not suffice only to look at the respective form. 2.Formative relationship between OE l r and laeran2 3.Word formation and Compounding2 - 3 Part II - Term paper: The Scandinavian Influence on Old English 1.Introduction3 - 4 2.Historical Background - Viking Invasion on the British Isle4 - 5 3.Language Family6 - 7 4.Loanwords, loan-blends, loan-shifts7 - 9 5.Norse-derived vocabulary10 - 11 6.Conclusion11 Bibliography12 Erklarung uber die selbststandige Abfassung einer schriftlichen Arbeit Part I - Textual Work on "Bedes Account of the Poet Caedmon" 1.) It is unprofitable only to look at the respective form, because the -an declension of nouns contains five forms with the ending -an (Sg.a./g./d. - Pl.n./a.) Examples: guma - engl.: man (masc.)cyrice - engl.: church (fem.) Sg.n. gumacyrice Sg.a.gumancyrican Sg.g.gumancyrican Sg.d.gumancyrican Pl.n.gumancyrican Pl.a.gumancyrican Pl.g.gumenacyricena Pl.d.gumumcyricum Next I will specify case, number, gender, declensional/conjugational class, weak/strong inflexion of the following forms from the Caedmon text."
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accusative singular noun Ælfred akademische Texte Anglo-Saxon Barbar Bede's Account Bede´s borrowing Britain Cædmon text Cambridge 1993 Celtic century closest relatives compound cræft cyrice Danelaw Danes Danish daughter languages derived vocabulary Earliest Germanic Languages English language éode ereorde example farmstead féor Germanic tribes GRIN Verlag guman cyrican historical introduction hlaup hundra Influence on Old Kevin Theinl Old king of Wessex kingdom læran language community language family late Old English Linguistic loan-blends loan-shifts loanword lot of Scandinavian masculine means in Modern miscellaneous terms mixed Scandinavians Modern German morphemic substitution nominative singular noun Norse loans Norse-derived vocabulary Odense Old English texts Old English Textual Old English word Old High German Old Norse Ongel Orrin parent language poet Cædmon GRIN Pons-Sanz proto-language Sara Scan Scandinavian Influence Scandinavian loans Scandinavian words sound change source language strong declension Sweden Theinl Old English Viking Age vocabulary in late word l r Wulfstan´s zugegriffen