Se Gefylsta (the Helper): An Anglo-Saxon Delectus. Serving as a First Class-book of the Language

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John Russell Smith, 1849 - Anglo-Saxon language - 78 pages
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Page vi - The Anglo-Saxon Version of the Life of St. Guthlac, Hermit of Croyland, 5s. An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Reading, comprising jElfric's Homily on the Birthday of St. Gregory, 2s.
Page vi - Codex Exoniensis. A Collection of Anglo-Saxon Poetry, from a MS. in the Library of the Dean and Chapter of Exeter,
Page vi - 5s. An Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Reading, comprising jElfric's Homily on the Birthday of St. Gregory,
Page 1 - is long. EXAMPLES OF ANGLO-SAXON ACCIDENCE." (ART. 1.) NOUNS. WEAK FORM. Vowel-stems, or Nouns ending in a Vowel. Singular. Plural. N. Steorra (star) steorr*-an. G. Steorr* b -an steorr*-ena c . D. Steorr*-an steorr*-um. A. Steorr*-an steorr*-an. NOTE.—Neuter nouns have the same form in the accusative as in the nominative case.
Page 34 - neode. 43. Ricu beoS onwende and ofanumene. and hit a to J?am ende efesteS. and se rica and se heana, se gelaereda and se ungelaereda, and geong and eald, ealle hi gelice se stranga deaS forgripeS and
Page 42 - feng to rice, and waes feower and twentig winter Cantwara cyning. AD 495. Her cuomon twegen Ealdormen on Brytene, Cerdic, and Cynric his sunu, mid fif scipum: and wrS Wealum gefuhton. Da gefor Cerdic, and
Page 14 - or / before (4) d or t tends to go out. Latin. Cav-eo cav-tum cau*tum. Fov-eo fov-tum fo*tum. Mov-eo mov-tum mo*tum. Solv-o solv-tum solu*tum. A.-Saxon. Haefde hae*de; our had. Latin. Audi*n
Page 10 - (22.) CANONS OF ARTICULATION. There is a tendency in all languages to an immutation of words by syncope, aphaeresis, and apocope of vowels and consonants, and crasis of vowels; and thence we have new forms of innumerable English words differing more or less from their older ones in Anglo-Saxon. Outgoing of Vowels. An unaccented vowel between two articulate sounds has a tendency to go out. A.-Sax.
Page 63 - stool, a place of settling, abode : Sundor-setel, a separate abode, hermitage. Setlung, e, (see S*t), a setting. SCEAD-AN, to separate, bound, mark off or out, distinguish, shade. Scead, es, sceadu, e, /. 6, an outmarking, outline, ashade, shadow. Sceat, es, m. 4, a part, sheet. 4 SC*P. SCEAP-AN, 1 cl. to shape, form, create. Sceop, es,
Page 52 - (be-aeftan), behind. Behatan, 2 cl. promise, vow. Beheona (be-heona), on this side. Belucan, 1 cl. to belock, lock up. Bestelan, 1 cl. steal by, steal away. Betweox (be-twa), betwixt, between. Beam, es, m. 4, a beam, tree, ray of light. Hence boom. Begen, both. Bella, an, 1, a bell. Bed, imp. mood, sing, be thou.

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