Old English/Vocabulary/Nouns

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Introduction: Introduction - Grammar - Orthography - I-mutation
Grammar: Nouns - Pronouns - Articles - Adjectives - Numbers - Verbs - Participles - Adverbs - Conjunctions - Prepositions - Interjections - Appositives - Word Formation -


Colours[edit]

  • Black: Blæc, sweart
  • Blue: blāw,hǣwen
  • Colour: (þæt) Blēo
  • Golden: Gylden
  • Grey: Græg
  • Green: Grēne
  • Orange: Ġeolurēad
  • Purple: (sēo) Purpure, (adj.) Purpuren, (adj.) Weolocbasu
  • Red: Rēad
  • Silvern: Seolfern
  • White: Hwīt
  • Yellow: Ġeolu

Animals[edit]

  • Hound: Se hund
  • Cat: Se Catt
  • Horse: Þæt Hors
  • Cow: Sēo Cū
  • Bird: Fugel

Food[edit]

  • Hnutu: nut
  • Sē mete: the meat
  • þæt ealu: the ale
  • þæt bēor: the beer

House Items[edit]

se Stōl - stool

Body[edit]

Clothes[edit]

Places[edit]

Maths[edit]

Music[edit]

People[edit]

  • þā lēode: the people (from a nation)
  • Sē fæder: the father
  • Sēo mōdor: the mother
  • Sē sunu: the son
  • Sēo dohtor: the daughter
  • Sē brōþor: the brother
  • þæt sweostor/sweoster: the sister
  • Sē cyning: the king
  • Sēo cwēn: the queen
  • Sē hæleþ: the man, hero, warrior
  • Sē æþeling: the prince
  • þæt cynn,þæt folc: the people (in general)
  • Sēo cwene: the woman, female serf
  • Sēo hōre: the whore