Category:Middle English terms derived from Germanic languages

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  1. marchant
  2. baner
  3. dongeon
  4. gardyn
  5. crien
  6. strif
  7. riche
  8. fressh
  9. boote
  10. sioun
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  6. gardyn
  7. dongeon
  8. baner
  9. riche
  10. marchant

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Terms in Middle English that originate from Germanic languages.

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This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.

Pages in category "Middle English terms derived from Germanic languages"

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