Galmanhó
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Wordclass: Noun
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Galmanhó
Galmahó? An Anglo-Saxon abbey at York, afterwards St. Mary's; abbātiæ nōmen ăpud Eborācum On ðysum geáre forþferde Síward eorl on Eoforwíc, and his líc líþ binnan ðam mynstre æt Galmanhó [Galmahó, Th. 324, 10, col. 2], ðe he sylf ǽr getimbrade, Gode to lofe and eallum his hálgum in this year [A. D. 1055] earl Siward died at York, and his body lies within the monastery of Galmanho, which he himself had before built, to the glory of God and all his saints, Chr. 1055; Th. 324, 8-12, col. 1.
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