Category:English learned borrowings from Old English

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Fundamental » All languages » English » Terms by etymology » Borrowed terms » Learned borrowings » Old English

English terms that are learned loanwords from Old English, that is, terms that were directly incorporated from Old English instead of through normal language contact.

To categorize a term into this category, use {{lbor|en|ang|source_term}} (or {{learned borrowing|...}}, using the same syntax), where source_term is the source-language term that the term in question was borrowed from.