Stanmund

Joined: March 9, 2011

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on: “Anglish”

edischenn: Game-bird ediscweard: Pasture/pasturage htt...

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e'ddish / e'adish ... http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=...

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Almost forgot, there's also some Middle English stuff about ...

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Back outta hiding and wondering if either 'eddish' http://en...

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*welsh = foreigner/Briton/Welsman/Latin/unGermanic etc...* ...

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SPREAD THE WORD: woodwose / wahlstod / sinflood 'woodwo...

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from the thrill of the battlefield to the doldrums of the fi...

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'in the doldrums' 'IN the doldrums' 'IN'... 'IN' th...

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Florence Nightingale dulls wounds in teld rooms nighting...

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/the sharpest longbowmen from the day were kinded a good nig...

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@ AnWulf i'm wondering now if 'teld' for 'tent' has anythi...

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Allhallown a.1.Of or pertaining to the time of Allhallows. ...

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100 most frequent Middle English words http://docs.google...

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So that's where the English match for German 'Herr' lies. th...

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I think Anglishers owe it to Bēda Venerābilis aka Venerable ...

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forebearers forerunners longfathers house roots ...

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ex skoose sem wah *unmanned*...

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@AnWulf You're into your Sci-fi stuf, clocked the new Apo...

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At my old inner city state school the classes from the same ...

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when it comes to homing oneself, 'upping sticks' is out ther...

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@Ængelfolc Thanks for that, so far, seems a good read, bo...

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Ængelfolc wrote: September 11, 2011, 1:39pm Wine Press...

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Did any Frankish, Dutch and 'Calais English' wordstuff come ...

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'blurb' and 'bumf' are not fully the same in meaning as 'sma...

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'thrutch' seems to give off a more 'pressilike' feeling than...

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@AnWulf Ever heard of Kibbo Kift? seems highly likely th...

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Had not the inkling that the roots of 'empty' is English! Al...

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'what will be the morrow(s) of mankind' Reckon almost al...

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@AnWulf...has u have shown, 'henchman' already works. Haven'...

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*henchman* 'America and its henchland the UK' 'hench...

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Ængelfolc: Firsthand >> could mean I experienced it or you e...

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the 'overlumpen' - elites ? lumpen - (classes)... ...

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/the lumpen working classes/ .... the 'blumpen' uppe...

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'luxurious'' ... The first I knew such high life was poss...

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*In truth the actors are often not even English - just Ameri...

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Heard a smidgensworth of that exact same Americanism thing b...

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@AnWulf indeed 'wainless(ly)' (without wheels) but more t...

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off the top of my head.... -ing, wh- wr- -ight -tch -dg(e...

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What a wild and wonderful weekend we had wandering wainlessl...

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*flight(s)end* ?...

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flight 72011 making/on/in its final approach - flight 720...

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final approach - -unloftingwards -endlofting -ongeardo...

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here comes the bus here arrives the bus quick, the bus ...

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The coach leaves Kenn (Somerset) at 8:15 and gets into Kippa...

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jayles your examples are a taddish strawen. I think every da...

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Pathfinders listen up, shape a ring o hearth(?) If 'o' =...

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Pathfinders listen up, shape a ring around the hearth... ...

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On a more businesslike take/knell/tip/heeding: it is spotles...

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Ængelfolc: "Here are some old science words that were coined...

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How dose 'sideworking' 'cut it for: 'feature' /the new ...

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Like the sound of that jayles, though it's beyond words why ...

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Furthermore what about 'sprog' in 'army sprog' -- 'here sp...

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"Instead of: Duke---> English could use Herzog (Old Engli...

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A whole writeup of someone thoughts on the etymology of Turb...

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that should be... *Turbot - either Scand. or from L. turb...

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Drawn to a wonderful wall poster of UK sea fish in a chip sh...

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I have always liked the -kin suffix. They have always been i...

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That's what I think too Ængelfolc but look...! -kin dimin...

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I have to build up some tolerance and stop bullying good Eng...

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Ængelfolc: Compare "farthing" (feorða(n)-peninga > feorðling...

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@Ængelfolc All I mean, is that I was surprised you didn't...

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@Ængelfolc "Sterling" is most likely from 'steorra' + '-ling...

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sandlot sublot underplot wastelot woodlot outplot over...

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*there are many ways to target and market Anglish to folk ou...

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Forgot, along with 'lock up' 'bolt hole' also means some kin...

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Ængelfolc: /Kitsch" is a German word borrowed into English i...

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jayles: Anglish as i understand it is a language for "purist...

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Sapen loss from kegs did bleed now only dribbled tears suckl...

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Kitchen, kiln, kitch, -lock (suffix), toll, etc, a lot of th...

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@Ængelfolc No to both, I think I have gone a bit wild wit...

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I understand the spelling of Écosse now. Thanks. ...

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Thanks Ængelfolc, I already knew about the French trend for ...

on: Rules for -ise and -ize

Maybe there's some other affix ending knocking about in Engl...

on: Over exaggeration

You can overexaggerate, underexaggerate, overegg, underegg, ...

on: The use of “hey” in place of “hello”.

Most London Cockeggs slur out 'alright' as a greet over Hi, ...

on: The opposite of “awaken”?

benoden anoden ...

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@Ængelfolc "Ing", I do not think, is the same as "end". T...

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By the way Ængelfolc, got nothing other on Endloss Ditton no...

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Good stuff Ængelfolc. I'm reckoning even with the Englis...

on: The taller of her and...

“Karen is the taller of her and Herr Linmann"...

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It's far fetched, but maybe the loss in Endloss and Ingloss ...

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Hi Ængelfolc, I might of missed it, but what is the meaning ...

on: The opposite of “awaken”?

deaden seems about right dull? underwhelm? drawdown...

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Nowadays English = /ing/ Old English = /ende/ so might...

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'loos' (as in: Waterloo, Flanders nowadays Wallonia):...

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what could the root of '-loss' mean? is it a rare spinoff on...

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Is there any toponymist in yous two? what would you guess to...

on: I dove my hat

'swaindom is all about bootlicking, kneebending and doffenne...

on: Pled versus pleaded

oops *cries*...

on: Pled versus pleaded

'bepleden crys' is definitely more poetic therefore emotiona...

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@Yagellsmund (sorry Jayles, been hankering to English-up you...

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@jayles Maybe not for you but without shadow, the needles...

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If it still works in meaning, maybe something like 'wordmark...

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@ Ængelfolc: Out of that lot, 'wordmark' or 'meaningmark...

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'doing word' or doingword has far more gettaness than 'verb'...

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/All pronouns, conjunctions, and modal auxiliaries commonly ...

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*we must be fulfillful of the fowl filled sky above. Fly!* ...

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*we must be fulfillful of the fowlfull sky above. Fly!*...

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How about a bit of leethsong, here is my poem yeclept: H...

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to be in a state of sheer coldblooded 'scathefrithshire' ...

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