Fróm-múþa
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
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Fróm-múþa
Frómuþa, an; m. The mouth of the river Frome in Dorsetshire, where the Frome discharges itself into Poole Bay; Fromi ostium in agro Dorsetensi, ŭbi se in sĭnum ilium ad quem Poole oppĭdumassĭdet, Fromus exŏnĕrat Hér wende se here eft eástweard into Frómmúþan, and up eódon swá wíde swá hí woldon into Dorsǽton here [A.D. 998] the army again went eastward into the mouth of the Frome, and they went up as far as they would into Dorsetshire, Chr. 998; Erl. 134, 16. Cnut cyng com to Frómmúþan, and heregode dá on Dorsǽtum, and on Wiltúnscire, and on Sumersǽtum king Cnut came to the mouth of the Frome, and then ravaged in Dorsetshire, and in Wiltshire, and in Somersetshire, Chr. 1015; Th. 276, 12. To Frómúþan, Th. 277, 13.
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