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Sannse @fandom (help forum | blog) 01:29, April 12, 2018 (UTC)

Finding nowen word sunderingsEdit

I would like to thank you for finding the nowen sunderings of some of the older words that I added. 

Player67 (talk) 11:17, April 25, 2018 (UTC)

No hangup. For "hight" (OE hatan, maybe with hote/hete as nowly deedwordshape), I do wonder how that word should best be brooked in New English, if at all. Name and call are good ways to say it, and the "command" meaning has some good other ways, too. TimeMaster (talkcontribs) 13:03, April 25, 2018 (UTC)

I tried to respond to your answer on my blog post Reviving Old English words, but for some reason or other, I can't seem to. Thus I will respond here.

Is the 'i' in 'amidle' long or short? -Eðkee

Long. I'm predicting ig -> long i there. I'm not a god at wending Old English words to New English, so take a look at that link I wrote there. TimeMaster (talkcontribs) 20:23, May 14, 2018 (UTC)

The word rike is from Norse. The native word of Old English origin is ric (e.g. bishopric, kingric), so I think it would be more appropriate to use it over the Norse word. Actually, an alternate form of the spelling is rick and I think that it would be better suited than ric.

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