The Anglish Moot
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Anglo-Saxon Influence This article is written in a dialect of Anglish that is heavily swayed by Old English. Some words may not be understood.



Ðe ambight of head yeemend of Ireland (Mean Engliſh: Chief governor of Ireland) beed under ſundry names from ðe 12th-yearhundred Normaniſhe raid to ðe aſhaping of ðe Iriſh Free Rich on 6 Yulemonth GÆ 1922. Imean names were (Head) ewthiser (13th-14th yearshundred); (King's) louthenend (14th-16th yearshundred); (Lord) Forfader (15th-17th yearshundred), and Lord Louthenend (ſtandard after GÆ 1690). Ðe unreevel friſt Wacerich was also mean.

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