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... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia ANGLO-SAXON VERSIONS.
an-glo-sax'-on vur'-shuns. See ENGLISH VERSIONS. ...
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Anglo-saxon. Anglosaxon, Anglo-saxon. Angrily . Noah Webster's Dictionary ... See
ENGLISH VERSIONS. Anglosaxon, Anglo-saxon. Angrily . Reference Bible.
/a/anglo-saxon.htm - 7k

... Noah Webster's Dictionary 1. (a.) Of or pertaining to England, or to its inhabitants,
or to the present so-called Anglo-Saxon race. 2. (a.) See Bond. ...
/e/english.htm - 38k

Let (16815 Occurrences)
... LET. (katecho): Usually in the sense of "permit" (Anglo-Saxon, leetan), but also
in Old English with meaning of "hinder" (Anglo-Saxon, lettan). ...
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Godhead (5 Occurrences)
... The two suffixes appear in Middle English as "-hede" and "-hod", and presuppose
in the Anglo-Saxon which lies behind them a feminine "haeda" (which is not ...
/g/godhead.htm - 22k

Gospel (108 Occurrences)
... A word of Anglo-Saxon origin, and meaning "God's spell", ie, word of God,
or rather, according to others, "good spell", ie, good news. ...
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Angrily (8 Occurrences)

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Ye (21989 Occurrences)
... 2. (n.) An old method of printing the article the (AS. /e), the y being used in
place of the Anglo-Saxon thorn (/). It is sometimes incorrectly pronounced ye. ...
/y/ye.htm - 7k

Weak (102 Occurrences)
... See Strong, 19 (a). 22. (vi) Pertaining to, or designating, a noun in Anglo-Saxon,
etc., the stem of which ends in -n. See Strong, 19 (b). 23. ...
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Witch (2 Occurrences)
... the Words: The word "witch" seems to denote etymologically "one that knows." it
is historically both masculine and feminine; indeed the Anglo-Saxon form wicca ...
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (n.) The English race, including but not limited to residents of England.

2. (n.) A Saxon of Britain, that is, an English Saxon, or one the Saxons who settled in England, as distinguished from a continental (or Old) Saxon.

3. (n.) The Teutonic people (Angles, Saxons, Jutes) of England, or the English people, collectively, before the Norman Conquest.

4. (n.) The language of the English people before the Conquest (sometimes called Old English). See Saxon.

5. (n.) One of the race or people who claim descent from the Saxons, Angles, or other Teutonic tribes who settled in England; a person of English descent in its broadest sense.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia

an-glo-sax'-on vur'-shuns. See ENGLISH VERSIONS.


Address in Lambeth Chapel, at the First Session of the Lambeth ...
... period of the world's history, when marvellous discoveries have united the people
of divers tongues in common interests, He has placed the Anglo-Saxon race in ...
// sermons/iv address in lambeth chapel.htm

The Greatest English Classic
... The monks had but to translate to him bits of the Bible out of the Latin, which
he did not understand, into his familiar Anglo-Saxon tongue, and he would cast ...
/.../mcafee/study of the king james bible/the greatest english classic.htm

The Avenging of the Saviour.
... An Anglo-Saxon version, which Tischendorf concludes to be derived from the Latin,
was edited and translated for the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, by CW Goodwin ...
/.../unknown/the avenging of the saviour/the avenging of the saviour.htm

The Papal Power in the Church
... William the Conqueror put an end to the schism which had cut off the Anglo-Saxon
Church from Rome, and drew the Church in England into closer contact with Rome ...
/.../medley/the church and the empire/chapter x the papal power.htm

The Gospels in General
... The English word Gospel is derived from the AngloSaxon godspell, composed of god ...
is not improbable, however, that the original form of the Anglo-Saxon word was ...
/.../drummond/introduction to the new testament/the gospels in general.htm

A Quick Run Round the World.
... In our modesty we think the Anglo-Saxon, the English-speaking, the greatest
of living peoples. Certainly the leadership of the world ...
/.../gordon/quiet talks with world winners/a quick run round the.htm

The Mediaeval Church in Great Britain and Ireland
... We have seen (p.74) that the native Church of England had not succeeded in converting
the Anglo-Saxon invaders who gradually took possession of the country ...
/.../a key to the knowledge of church history/chapter xii the mediaeval church.htm

... [8] Anglo-Saxon Chronicle (late Canterbury copy). ... Divine Service was celebrated there
by consent of Egelwin, the last Anglo-Saxon Bishop of Durham. ...
/.../footnotes .htm

Introductory Chapter.
... The austerity and stern duties which marked their manner of life seemed to be possessed
of attractions for the rude Anglo-Saxon; and when the thanes and nobles ...
/.../luckock/studies in the book of common prayer/introductory chapter.htm

Apocryphal Gospels.
... An Anglo-Saxon version, which Tischendorf concludes to be derived from the Latin,
was edited and translated for the Cambridge Antiquarian Society, by CW Goodwin ...
/.../unknown/apocrypha of the new testament/part i apocryphal gospels.htm



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