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in English Literature, ed. Jeffrey; HS: Peter Comes­tor, Historia Scholastica, cited by book and chapter, followed by Patrologia Latina column in paren­theses; K: Kalén-Ohlander edition; MED: Middle English Dictionary; NOAB: New Oxford Annotated Bible; OED: Oxford English Dictionary; OFP: Old

an old man to scorn." "Come change thy apparel with me, old churl, Come change thy apparel with mine; Here are twenty pieces of good broad gold, Go feast thy brethren with wine." Then he put on the old man's

Genesis. 28 aller. A survival of the OldEnglish genitive plural eallra. OldEnglish adjectives were fully inflected, agreeing with nouns in case, number, and gender. These inflections disappeared rapidly from Middle English, but aller in various forms survived until

of Cato. See S. O. Arngart, The Proverbs of Alfred, 2 vols. (Lund: Gleerup, 1942-55), and Derek Pearsall, OldEnglish and Middle English Poetry (London: Routledge, 1977), pp. 77-79. The Proverbs of Alfred have also been edited by Richard Morris

the nearest equivalent in modern English usage. Doing so often ignores the historical evolution — and extinction — of words, and recourse should always be made to the Middle English Dictionary and the Oxford English Dictionary to trace etymologies and

This ferocious narrative has a long history in English vernacular literature. It first appears as an Anglo-Saxon poem of the ninth or tenth century. Only about a quarter of the OldEnglish Judith survives, the latter part (fitts 10-12) beginning

Richard Leighton, ed. The Early English Carols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1935; rpt. 1977. ---. A Selection of English Carols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962. Kaiser, Rolf, ed. Medieval English: An OldEnglish and Middle English Anthology. West Berlin: Rolf Kaiser,

Richard Leighton, ed. The Early English Carols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1935; rpt. 1977. ---. A Selection of English Carols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962. Kaiser, Rolf, ed. Medieval English: An OldEnglish and Middle English Anthology. West Berlin: Rolf Kaiser,

Richard Leighton, ed. The Early English Carols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1935; rpt. 1977. ---. A Selection of English Carols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962. Kaiser, Rolf, ed. Medieval English: An OldEnglish and Middle English Anthology. West Berlin: Rolf Kaiser,

Richard Leighton, ed. The Early English Carols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1935; rpt. 1977. ---. A Selection of English Carols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962. Kaiser, Rolf, ed. Medieval English: An OldEnglish and Middle English Anthology. West Berlin: Rolf Kaiser,

Richard Leighton, ed. The Early English Carols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1935; rpt. 1977. ---. A Selection of English Carols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962. Kaiser, Rolf, ed. Medieval English: An OldEnglish and Middle English Anthology. West Berlin: Rolf Kaiser,

Richard Leighton, ed. The Early English Carols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1935; rpt. 1977. ---. A Selection of English Carols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962. Kaiser, Rolf, ed. Medieval English: An OldEnglish and Middle English Anthology. West Berlin: Rolf Kaiser,

Richard Leighton, ed. The Early English Carols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1935; rpt. 1977. ---. A Selection of English Carols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962. Kaiser, Rolf, ed. Medieval English: An OldEnglish and Middle English Anthology. West Berlin: Rolf Kaiser,

Richard Leighton, ed. The Early English Carols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1935; rpt. 1977. ---. A Selection of English Carols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962. Kaiser, Rolf, ed. Medieval English: An OldEnglish and Middle English Anthology. West Berlin: Rolf Kaiser,

Richard Leighton, ed. The Early English Carols. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1935; rpt. 1977. ---. A Selection of English Carols. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962. Kaiser, Rolf, ed. Medieval English: An OldEnglish and Middle English Anthology. West Berlin: Rolf Kaiser,

in English, the concept appears in medieval writings in many languages. There are at least two Latin, two Italian, two Old French, one Old ProvenHal, one Anglo-Norman, and one Middle Dutch versions. In addition, there are two more Middle English

forms and that probably influenced other old and famous tributes to the Cross including Fortunatus' Pange lingua and the OldEnglish Dream of the Rood.15 Andrew in the Legenda aurea (LA) and the South English Legendary (SEL) Latin versions of

OldEnglish text of the preface (from Oxford, Bodliean Library, MS Laud Misc. 509) can be found in numerous places, including Mitchell and Robinson’s Guide to OldEnglish, pp. 190–95. For the full text of preface and trans­lation, see

enables a prim audience to titillate itself in a socially acceptable way, despite the unpleasantry and nastiness of what the "old ballad" said. I have used Child's transcription as my base text, with some alterations in capitalization (Ff>F) and punctuation.

of OldEnglish origin differ from those in English, at times confusingly: thus the noun bair is not “bear” but “boar”; bewis is the plural form of beuch, “bough.” In its pattern of retentiveness of words of OldEnglish origin,

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