Old English dictionary
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Freelang Old English-English dictionary

Old English (also called Anglo-Saxon) is an early form of the English language that was spoken and written in parts of what are now England and southern Scotland between the mid-5th century and the mid-12th century. It developed into Middle English by the 12th century. Old English is a West Germanic language and is closely related to Old Frisian. It also experienced heavy influence from Old Norse, a member of the related North Germanic group of languages.



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Word list information

This dictionary was made by Robert Bassford.

List status: © Robert Bassford

Old English > English: 6,019 words
English > Old English: 4,254 words

Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: 1997



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