Hi, welcome to The Anglish Moot! Thanks for your edit to the English Wordbook/C page.
Hey, I see you've had quite a bout of do-liness on this site lately. You seem to be really begeisted about this anglish stuff. It'd be nice to have an easy and fast way of communicating with someone on this site, to wixle ideas, talk some things about anglish through, and practice anglish. If you're interested here's my e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, add me on msn and we can anglish away.User:To-coming otheredoneness Feb 28,2010
All right, thanks! --Faxfleet 04:10, February 28, 2010 (UTC)
Hey man, I saw you're onnet tonight, and I'm wondering if by happenstance you are good with Tung's and Stavecraft? You saw the Latin Tung page I started writing, I'm also putting up, chunk by chunk, the Good News of Matthew. If you'd like to work together with me on one of these leaves that'd be very cool. I'm pretty selftight that I've been good at astaying the putting of more than a few non-Theidish words in my writings on this webstead, but it seems a lot of y'all who have been here for awhile know a lot more Anglish words than I do. Maybe you could better my leaves? I'll try to help you with what you're working on also. If this forthputting grabs you, then get back to me, Thanks. Overbringer03:47, July 25, 2010 (UTC)
hey there, would you happen to be the one who becrafted that ednewenglish website?
I am not, although I do find that webstead (website) fornitely and forelightend (quite useful and informative), and ywis befurtherend of our sake (certainly conducive to our cause). Faxfleet 23:23, November 10, 2010 (UTC)
Hey Faxfleet, you're also more than welcome to hitherto my Anewed English side on the 'Facebook group' under the following link:
I don't even mind if some of it is Jesusly, but kindly don't overdo it - and always be couth (make certain) by giving byspells and forbuses(examples) from the frumely(origanal) writings. Like I've said to others here, the more of us the better be it through Anglish, Ednewed English, Anders Saxon, Anewed English, Saxon English, asf... it isn't thoughtworthy - we want English speaking leods(countries) to start to bewonder and care for their own tongue a little more.
Thanks! I'll ybow (join) at once. --Faxfleet 00:59, November 11, 2010 (UTC)
Petition for a Anglish forum on Theshold[edit source]
Dear User:Faxfleet, Please find a petition for the creation of an Anglish forum of discussion on the Moot's Theshold page The_Anglish_Moot:Threshold. Please follow the guide and sign the petition along with what platform of discussion you would prefer and indicate whether you are willing to help administrate. Thanks! Cavallero 01:44, October 28, 2011 (UTC)
- Dear User:Faxfleet, Polling has closed on the Threshold page The_Anglish_Moot:Threshold on deciding what forum we want. There was slight preference for creating a Yahoo! Group with a Facebook group. A Yahoo! Group has now been created, although I'm still creating the necessary docs for the group. Please come join us there! Here's the new Moot link: The Anglish Moot --Cavallero 00:56, November 2, 2011 (UTC)
What is up with the Moot lately?[edit source]
What is going on with the Moot? Of late, it looks to have gone all wonky; and now the headings on the Headside have switched to words that are not even Anglish. Palerose (talk) 02:43, November 12, 2012 (UTC)
- I assume you're referring primarily to the recent changes I made in the color scheme: the purpose of such changes was to afford the Moot a more aesthetically pleasing look, unless you disagree and believe that the original (and in fact relatively unoriginal) style should have been kept. With regard to the new Headside headings, I felt that, as the first thing most visitors to this wiki are likely to see, the main page should be more accessible and thus structured with standard English indexing. I'm of course open to your feedback on these matters and my reasoning. —Faxfleet (talk) 07:59, November 12, 2012 (UTC)
Would you be kind enough to hue-up the Moot leaves: The World of Worts, The Anglish Slang and A List of Old English Words in the OED. In days to come I have some time to put in new words, but is not easy to do a forelook on a whitish background.
The new leaf look with grey, blue, red and so on, looks great to me.
Thanks an bye for now; "Sholto"
- Hey Sholto! I just finished fixing the pages you mentioned (mostly). There are still some formatting issues here and there, but it's at least all more legible now. Glad you like the new look! :) I look forward to seeing your edits! —Faxfleet (talk) 08:38, November 15, 2012 (UTC)
- G'day Faxfleet
- When you have some time free , would you give the latest hueliness to the heading "SH" on the leaf " List of OE. in the OED." Also would do the same hue look to the leaf, "Short List of English By-leid Words."
- Fare well
- Sholto (talk) 08:37, February 15, 2013 (UTC)
- Done! Have a good day! :) —Faxfleet (talk) 08:59, February 15, 2013 (UTC)
Hej, my loanoversetting (or loanoverbringing as i mistakenly called it) of 'Canada' went from 'The place' (Inuit meaning) to 'The Kingdom of Northern Stead', my sakereckoning (reason calculation) being that Canada is a kingdom under the sunderwald of the kingly and queenly kin of England. (ok that was awkward)
And I would loanoverset 'Mathematics' as 'the art of the search of truth' (English)
Does anyone come here anymore????? I have something on the top of the Threshold, it's all rainbowy, and it needs to be answered. Also, can I fix up the look of this place? The colours are very boring and sad, and I want to make this happier. How do I do that? And, I want to make the Headside and all the pages more fun and inviting. Pleeeeeeeeeeease, because you and the founder are the only admins or whatever that I know about, and the other one won't let me edit the page.. What should I do? Me! or... my talk side! 03:20, June 13, 2013 (UTC)
Greetings Since I have found you page, I have been very gratified (made well thankful) that there is a collaborative (withworkish) effort to revive English's rich Germanic heritage (yorehood).
I myself have extensively studied Old English, Gothic, Old Norse, and Dutch, and thus am well versed in Germanic grammar and ideal uniformity (oneshapeness) with the other sub-families (underkin) of the Germanic family. I have even experimented with reversing the phonetic and grammatical affects of French and Latin on English, resulting in a dialect with much closeness to Dutch. However, my expertise also lies in my second and third languages of Latin and French, wherewith I can instantly distinguish a Germanic from an Italic root.
My desire lies with the ability to best wield this knowledge to best purify English. But I yet have two concerns: How could I best contribute my knowledge; and How should concepts of perhaps extra-European, or especially extra-Indo-European origin be treated, such as kechup, jungle, jerky, mosque, synagogue, ziggurat, or ivory?
I notice that the name on Worshipform is different. John Chrysostom would be more right as Johan Crysostom. In case you were interested. I am just learning the Anglish so bear with me ;) Also as I am Orthodox Christian (Lieful Cristener) I can help with faith pages in that category if you like.
Frith be with you
About "'Christendom"[edit source]
I was wondering why you got rid of the Christendom leaf from the Anglish Moot? Was it not well-written or unworthy of being in the Moot? It's just that there are many leafs now that link to Christendom and now these links do not work anymore.
On another note, it's nice to see you around the Moot again.
Please could you give your opinion on my post on the talk page for 'R' in the Anglish wordbook?
My calling to þee about þis moot[edit source]
It has been three years since you have beworked the moot. If you will, I would like to ask if you let us the Foroned Ricks of Markland leaf; for some of the knowledge on this leaf is not the same today, nor shall it be in the morrowtide! Thank you for looking at this.