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THE ADVERSARY OR THE DEVIL?: SEMANTIC ANALYSIS OF WIPER-NOUNS IN OLD ENGLISH. Sylwanowicz, Marta; Wojtys, Anna Report Mar 1, 2020 6688
PARDON MY FRENCH: EXCAVATING THE ROOTS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Hohenbary, Jim Dec 22, 2019 1496
THE STATUS OF OLD ENGLISH DARE REVISITED. Gregersen, Sune Essay Sep 1, 2017 6685
THE LOSS OF GRAMMATICAL GENDER AND CASE FEATURES BETWEEN OLD AND EARLY MIDDLE ENGLISH: ITS IMPACT ON SIMPLE DEMONSTRATIVES AND TOPIC SHIFT. Jurczyk, Rafal Report Jun 1, 2017 19408
Bide nu aet gode [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] aetic grecisc cunne: attitudes to Greek and the Greeks in the Anglo-Saxon period. Timofeeva, Olga Report Jun 1, 2016 8708
Some peculiar forms of old English verbs. Ogura, Michiko Report Jun 1, 2016 4408
The morphological trigger of V-To-T: the case of old English. Castillo, Concha Report Mar 1, 2016 18648
Old English adjectival affixation: structure and function. Escarza, Raquel Vea Report Dec 1, 2013 7686
Closing suffixes in Old English: a study based on recursive affixation. Alonso, Roberto Torre; Rodriguez, Dario Metola Report Dec 1, 2013 10818
Peak-marking strategies in Old English narrative prose. Warvik, Brita Critical essay Jun 22, 2013 7335
A Latin model for an old English homiletic fragment. Pelle, Stephen Critical essay Jun 22, 2012 6119
Semantically implied irregular inflection. Deibler, Scott Mar 22, 2012 5776
Allomorphy in the plural morpheme of old English disyllabic neuter a-stem nouns: analogy and token frequency. Newman, John G. Report Jul 1, 2011 6121
La estructura morfologica de los nombres complejos en el ingles antiguo. Torre Alonso, Roberto Essay Jun 1, 2011 7865
Hacia una reconstruccion del modelo cultural del 'miedo' en ingles antiguo. Diaz Vera, Javier E. Essay Jun 1, 2011 7896
El continuo flexion-derivacion y los sufijos del ingles antiguo -A, -E, -O, -U. Gonzalez Torres, Elisa Jun 1, 2010 8819
VII AEthelred and the Genesis of the Beowulf manuscript. Neidorf, Leonard Critical essay Mar 22, 2010 9444
The Mermedonian computus. Fox, Hilary E. Mar 22, 2010 7525
Categorial heterogenity: Old English determiners *. Bartnik, Artur Report Jan 1, 2007 7352
Resolution of ellipsis: evidence from Old English sluicing (1). Nykiel, Joanna Report Jan 1, 2007 5133
Old English semantic primes: substantives, determiners and quantifiers. Arista, Javier Martin; Martin de la Rosa, Maria Victoria Dec 1, 2006 6771
Anglo-English influences on Scottish Standard English speakers: Trap/Bath/Palm/Start and Lot/Cloth/Thought/North/Force (1). Carr, P.; Brulard, I. Jan 1, 2006 5627
Onomasiological variation and change in the older Scots vocabulary of marriage. Diaz Vera, Javier E. Jan 1, 2005 3672
Noun phrase internal gender agreement in late old English and early Middle English. Pysz, Agnieszka Jan 1, 2005 3976
Reading romance in late medieval England: the case of the Middle English Ipomedon. Sanchez-Marti, Jordi Jan 1, 2004 11376
Reduplication and the Old English strong verbs class VII (1). Adamczyk, Elzbieta Aug 6, 2002 4544
A re-classification of Old English nouns. Krygier, Marcin Aug 6, 2002 3029
Old English ea in Middle Kentish place-names. Diaz, Maria Auxiliadora Martin Critical Essay Aug 6, 2002 6240
The status of Dearr and ??earf in Old English. Molencki, Rafal Critical Essay Aug 6, 2002 5810
Determination and interpretation of semantic lexical underspecification in Old English homilies. Nagucka, Ruta Critical Essay Aug 6, 2002 4762
Three new words in the 'Ormulum.'. Johannesson, Nils-Lennart Dec 1, 1998 2927
A further snippet of evidence for Brunanburh = Bromborough. Coates, Richard Sep 1, 1998 888
Dogs that won't hunt and Old English ghost words. Porter, David W. Jun 1, 1998 704
What type of treasure is kept in a 'Goldhordhus'? Rusche, Phlip G. Mar 1, 1998 2221
Aepplede gold in Juliana, Elene, and the Phoenix. Breeze, Andrew Dec 1, 1997 1034
"Genesis" 549-51 and 623-25: narrative frame and devilish cunning. Vickrey, John Sep 22, 1997 9508
Oe laf in place-names. Hough, Carole Sep 1, 1997 1126
Old English : that is (,) an orthographic problem (noch einmal). Colman, Fran Jan 1, 1997 5055
Beowulf 2298A: on p(A) westenne? Hall, J.R. Sep 1, 1996 2573
Old English 'goldhordus': a privy of just a treasurehouse? Porter, David W. Sep 1, 1996 1068
The Canterbury Tales, D117: wrighte or wight? Green, Richard Firth Sep 1, 1996 1436
ME 'hacche-man.' (Middle English field-name) Hough, Carole Sep 1, 1996 214
From Domesday Book to Lay Subsidy Rolls: place-names as informants of linguistic change. Diaz Vera, Javier E. Jan 1, 1996 2565
Old English 'faetfellere' and its Latin equivalent. Porter, David W. Sep 1, 1995 1609
A note on 'The Owl and the Nightingale,' lines 427-8. Catalini, Claire Sep 1, 1995 1412
The source of Middle English 'neighebor' 'beloved one.'(Notes.) Bitterling, Klaus Sep 1, 1995 645
Aelfric's trud 'buffoon': old Irish druth 'buffoon.' Jun 1, 1995 1242
A Celtic etymology for Glaverez 'deceives' at Pearl 688. Breeze, Andrew Jun 1, 1995 1363
Old English = 'Anglo-Saxon': the modern sense for the language anticipated by Archbishop Matthew Parker in 1567, and by John Strype in 1711, Camden's use in 'Remaines' (1605) for the Anglo-Saxon people noted; together with notes on how OED treats such terms. Stanley, E.G. Jun 1, 1995 4029
Owen Manning 1. on Old English 'aestel' and 2. on the Aldbrough inscription. Stanley, E.G. Mar 1, 1995 2217
Old English lorh 'pole': Middle Welsh llory 'cudgel.' Breeze, Andrew Dec 1, 1994 1077
Celtic etymologies for Old English cursung 'curse,' gafeluc 'javelin,' staer 'history,' syrce 'coat of mail,' and Middle English clog(ge) 'block, wooden shoe,' cokkunge 'striving,' tirven 'to flay,' warroke 'hunchback.' Breeze, Andrew Sep 1, 1993 7504
Old English language. McCoy, Kathleen; Harlan, Judith A.V. Reference Source Jan 1, 1992 530

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