-meale , -melum , -melome , -melon , -meles . OE -maelum A derivational suffix in adverbs: (a) from OldEnglish and derived from nouns; e.g., del , drope , flok , folk , fot , lim , stound ;
words of OldEnglish origin; e.g., (nouns) misdede, mislore , (verbs) misbeden, misdon, misleden, misliken, misliven, mismaken, misreden, mistechen, mistimen , (ppl.) misboren ; in words from Old Norse; e.g., (verbs) mistaken, mistrouen ; in words from Old (including Anglo-)
language, etc.: oldEnglish, suthren English,English of Kent, diuers manere English ; (b) of individual speech or writing: the usage of an individual speaker of English, the language at a writer's command; kind English , natural English, good ,
English-woman n. A woman born in England or of English descent. c1400 Brut-1333 Rwl B.171 118/4 Kyng Eldrede wedede an Englisshe woman. (1440) PParv. Hrl 221 140 Englysheman, or woman: Anglicus.
English(e)rie n. From English . (a) The fact of being an Englishman; English descent; (b) English stock or faction, esp. with ref. to Ireland. (c1290) Britton 1 Lamb 403 38 Qi peuse moustrer qe il fust Engleys, et issi presenter
calendar were, for the most part, transcribed for the old Record Commission more than sixty years ago. On the dissolution of that Commission its labours terminated abruptly and no steps were taken to utilise these transcripts, of which a great
1923. - English Life in the Middle Ages . Oxford, 1926 (1945). - English Trade in the Middle Ages . Oxford, 1931. Stubbs, W. The Constitutional History of England , 5th ed. Oxford, 1891 (1926). Tengvik, G. OldEnglish Bynames
their meddling with any old work to sell. And in the same manner, the old workers shall not work upon anything but old leather for sale, on pain of forfeiting such work; except in mending old boots and shoes, that
o., ob. obolus, halfpenny. ODan Old Danish. OE OldEnglish. OF Old French. OG Old German. OHG Old High German. OLG Old Low German. ON Old Norse. ONF Old North French. OScand Old Scandinavian. OSw(ed) Old Swedish. Ports Portsoken ward.
and it has been necessary to search all the English episcopal registers in the hope of finding exchanges of benefices between English and Welsh clergy. Information has come from almost every English diocese, even from York and Durham in the
Location: Old Malton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Malton (Malton) : undefined Unclear if Old or New Malton is meant. Participant: WilliamSmith [Smyth] Role: witness Details: male; clerk Employment: chaplain Location: Old Malton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Malton (Malton) : undefined Unclear if Old or
Details: male Location: Hovingham (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Fryton (Friton) : undefined Participant: JohnDunning [Donnynge] Role: witness Details: male Location: Old Malton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Old Malton (Malton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: ThomasSanter [Santeur] Role: witness Details: male; clerk Employment: chaplain of Fryton
modernised Location: Master Hagg (Masterhag') : undefined Cannot identify - spelling modernised Location: Yolton Garth (yoltongarth) : boudaries 'sepes', in English, hedge or fence. Cannot identify - spelling modernised Location: Lynton Riding (Lynton Riddyng) : undefined Cannot identify - spelling
de Whiston, ecclesia paroch' de Whyston) : ecclesiastical parish Location: The Old Brook (le olde broke) : waterways Location: Whiston (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Upper Whiston (Overwhiston) : undefined Location: Old Brook (Aldbruk) : undefined Cannot identify - spelling modernised. Location: Aghton
Location: Scrayingham (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Scrayingham (Scrayngham) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: RobertTaylor [Talyour] Role: witness Details: male; 50 Location: Old Malton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Old Malton (Malton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Settrington (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Settrington (Settrington) : township Location: York : city