Hwiccas
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Hwiccas
AddIn ðǽre stówe ðe man gýt nemneð Agustinus aac, in Myrcna (Hwicna, v. l.) gemǽre and Westseaxna (in confinio Huic-ciorum et occidentalium Saxonum ), Bd. 2, 2 ; Sch. 113, 4. In Hwiccia mǽgþe, 4, 23; Sch. 470, 14. Wilfrid is Hwicca biscop, 5, 23; Sch. 690, 16. ¶ Perhaps the word is used in a limited and in a wider sense. In a list of territorial names in one group occurs the following :-- Hicca (Wicca, 416, 7, a Latin form of the list) landes is þrý hund hýda. The next group begins :-- Hwinca ( = Hwicna?) landes is syfan þúsend hýda, Cilternsǽtna feówer þúsend hýda, C. D. B. i. 414, 22-25. The suggestion may receive some support from the forms, Hec-, Hwicc-, used by Florence when speaking of the Magesǽte. v. Chr. P. ii. p. 197.
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