Eofes-ham
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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Eofes-ham
Eues-ham; gen. -hammes; m. [Flor. Eouesham: Hovd. Heuesham: Brom. Euesham: Kni. Evisham, Evysham, Ewesham, Evesham] EVESHAM, Worcestershire; oppĭdi nomen in agro Vigorni*-*ensi Ðæs géres forþférde Æfic se æðela decanus on Eofesham in this year [A. D. 1037] died Æfic the noble dean at Evesham, Chr. 1037; Th. 294, 36, col. 2. Ælfward wæs abbad on Eofeshamme ǽrest Ælfward was first abbot of Evesham, Chr. 1045; Th. 303, 2. Ðæs ylcan geáres man hálgode ðæt mynster on Eofeshamme on vi id Octobris in the same year [A. D. 1054] was consecrated the monastery at Evesham, on the 6th of the Ides of October [October 10th ], Chr. 1054; Th. 322, 34, col. 1; 324, 3, col. 2 : 1078; Th. 350, 15.
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