Essay on 450 Old English Period

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~Table of Contents~

Preface……………………………………………………………..
Table of Contents…………………………………………………...
Literary Period Report……………………………………………
Authors & Works…………………………………………………
Glossary………………………………………………………….
Bibliography……………………………………………………..

-Preface-

~Bibliography~ www.vocabulary.com/lists/18058#view=notes www.kidzworld.com/article/3989-shakespearean-glossary www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~cr30/vocabulary/ ~Glossary~
1. Bedight-decorate
2. Besmirch- smear to make dirty or stained
3. Bight-a bend or curve (especially in a coastline)
4. Brine-
5. Bushel-
6. Ditty-
7. Dray-
8. Erstwhile-
9. Forsooth-
10. Heir-
11. Hither-
12. Mizzen-
13. Ness-
14. Oft-
15. Pannikin-
16. Scaup-
17. Soothsayer-
18. Stalwart-
19. Swain-
20. Thither-
21. Thwart-
22. Weir-
23. Whence-
24. Wight-
25. Withy-
26. Sleight-
27. Tithe-
28. Quench-
29. Betroth-
30. Piddock-
31. Liverish-
32. Banshee-
33. Plenty-
34. Forswear-
35. Wizened-
36. Shriveled
37. Flighty
38. Trumpery
39. Touchstone
40. Guard
41. Don
42. Alas
43. Barn
44. Abate
45. Aim
46. Bob
47. Century
48. Coil
49. Cross
50. Dig
51. Enseamed
52. Fang
53. Forsooth
54. Forbade
55. Ultracrepidarian
56. Snollyposter
57. Zwodder
58. Groke
59. Famelicose
60. Ergophobia
61. Snecklifter
62. Fudgel
63. Quomodocunquize-
64. Humdurgeon
65. Clinomania
66. Grufeling
67. Philogrobolized
68. Acennan
69. Andweard
70. Axian
71. Bana
72. Beadu
73. Cirice
74. Cunnian
75. Cwen
76. Digol
77. Dom
78. Dream
79. Eald
80. Ealdor
81. Earm
82. Feond
83. Frea
84. Fus
85. Fyr
86. Fyren
87. Gast
88. Georn
89. Gioguo
90. Guma
91. Heah
92. Here
93. Hat
94. Hyse
95. Lyft
96. Mere
97. Onfon
98. Spell
99. Torht
100. Weard

~Literary Period Report~
Definition
The history of England began with the arrival of humans thousands of years ago. What is now England ,within the United Kingdom ,was inhabited by Neanderthals 230,000 years ago. Also known as the Anglo-Saxon Period ,the time frame this period falls in is debatable ,however broadly speaking it is between the mid-fifth century and mid-twelfth century.

The Anglo-Saxon period is the oldest known period of time that had a complex culture with stable government , art, and a fairly large amount of literature. Many people believe that the culture then was extremely unsophisticated, but it was actually extremely…