By J. R. Clark-Hall
Если Вы знаете английский, то с помощью это краткого словаря, который кстати достаточно объемный, можно прочесть в оригинале, например, Беовульфа или другое англосаксонское произведение. Очень полезно для филологов и не только.
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A b u s a w . o m e k s a k l n m a k k e r g e k Continuous Pres. Suti. ) on this word of his' phonetic harmony) is a survival of the positive kfIII rz,7-8 (iii): M m . a m r a g l m o y i i r m e n . 118, 8 : Bud. a j u n 'I think of my helovecl' W form of U:-. Tiirkii v111 etlnu: ynratu:nu: u m a d u k 'bccause they could not organize iicleqi Sanskrit jritis~trrrr'rernenibering former 1 U: 'slccp'; thc L)cv. V. is cxccptionally u ~ I : - , which supgests that this nord may originally have been *u:d, but that word is nowhere noted in this sense; not noted later than X I .
A dialect. para. 20 (2) (e). Melioranski, para. 33. metaphorical, metaphorically. Monosyllable (other than a verb), para. I 5. Monosyllabic verb, para. IS. Mongolian (language). ibn MuhannB, para. 33. N. (I) Code letter, para. I g ; (2) noun. nounladjective, a word performing both functions. ditto connoting a situation or state. Nonzen actionis, a noun describing an action. Nomen agentis, a noun describing one who performs an action. north-central language group, para. 59. north-eastem language group, para.
0. in I f I I ) : X a k . g. both u g a n 'having power over all things' (ai-qadtr 1 to:z and tu:z are so described to distinguish 'ala'l-ayyi), hence God is called u g a n tegri: them from to:z and tti:z, but, if some contrast 'almighty God' K q . B. , rences of U:-) u:ganqa: 'to the best of your U not o, since ii: is not a very likely sound for ability' 1 4 4 , 2: K B u g a n b i r b a y a t 'the one an exclamation; see 2 1:. X a k . lorf inkfir) to obey an 549, 721 u g a n q a (mis-spelt rr@trp) 4256: order' ( h b y .
A Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary by J. R. Clark-Hall