Englisc
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Neuter
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Englisc
Add:I. adjectival Þǽr ádranc mycel Ænglisces folces, Chr. 1016 ; P. 151, 18. On Engliscre sprǽce, H. R. 105, 10. In Englisc gereorde (on Englisce reorde, v. l.) in lingua Anglorum, Bd. 4, 24; Sch. 481, 12. Ær wǽrun Rómánisce biscepas, siþþan wǽrun Englisce, Chr. 690 ; P. 40, 11. Eall þæt folc on Mercna lande geseten, ǽgþer ge Denisc ge Englisce, 922 ; P. 104, 5. Ǽlc man . . . Frencisce and Englisce, 1087 ; P. 224, 34. Ǽrost Engliscra cininga Ercenbriht gesette Eástorfæsten, 639; P. 27, 18. Ealra monna, Fresiscra and Engliscra, 897; P. 91, 11. II. substantival. 1. of persons, (the) English Ealle þá þe on Norþhymbrum búgeaþ, ǽgþer ge Englisce ge Denisce ge Norþmen, Chr. 924; P. 104, 20. Þá Normen wurdon on fleáme, and þá Engliscan hí hindan slógon, 1066; P. 199, 15. Twá mynstro, óðer þám Scottum, óðer ðám Engliscan (Anglis ), Bd. 4, 4; Sch. 367, 19. 2. Englisc, es; n. the English language Léden and Englisc nabbaþ ná áne wísan. Ǽfre sé þe áwent of Lédene on Englisc, ǽfre hé sceal gefadian hit swá Englisc hæbbe his ágene wísan, elles hit biþ swíþe gedwolsum tó rǽdenne þám þe þæs Lédenes ne can, Ælfc. Pref Thw. 4, 7—11. (2 a) English form of a word :-- Ealle ðás (et, que, ac, ast, at, atque ) habbað án Englisc (i. e. and), þeáh ðe hí tor fægernysse fela synd on Lédensprǽce, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 295, 12.
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