Engle
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Engle
Add:I. Angles in contrast with Saxons Þanon Engle (Ongle, v. l. ) and Seaxan cumene wǽron þe nú on Breotone eardiað, Bd. 5, 9; Sch. 590, 5. Siþþan Engle and Seaxe Brytene sóhtan, Chr. 937; P. 110, 4. Englum and Sæxum, 1065 ; P. 193, 34. II. the English Engle (Myrce and West-Seaxe, v. l. ) and Dene gefuhton, Chr. 910; P. 94, 33. Dene and Engle wurdon sammǽle, 1018; P. 155,14. Þá Normen wurdon on fleáme, and þá Engliscan hí hindan slógon . . . þǽr wæs lyt tó láfe, and Engle áhton wælstówe geweald, 1066; P. 199, 17. Þás wyrte Rómáne astula regia nemnað, and Ængle (v. l. Engle: cf. Angle, 152, 21) wudurofe hátað, Lch. i. 156, 11. Eádgar, Engla cyning (Angla reccent, v. l. ), Chr. 975; P. 118, 27. Eádward, Engla (Englene, v. l. ) hláford, 1065 ; P. 192, 26. Engla waldend, 973 ; P. 118, 5. Eádmund, Engla þeóden, 942 ; P. 110, 12. Engla þeód, 596; P. 21, 17. Hé ealle Engla þeóde gesamnade, 1016; P. 150, 19. Ængla þeód, Shrn. 94, 2. Eall Engla here, 1056 ; P. 186, 33. v. Eást-, Norþ-, Súþ-Engle.
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