Englisc

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Etymology[edit]

From Engle +‎ -isċ.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈenɡliʃ/, [ˈeŋɡliʃ]

Proper noun[edit]

Englisċ n

  1. the English language
    Spricst þū Englisċ?
    Do you speak English?
    Þæt ġewrit is āwriten on gōdum Englisċ.
    The text is written in good English.
    Englisċ ne cymþ of Gytisċe.
    English doesn't come from Gothic.
    Iċ āspende ān ġēar on Lundene þæt iċ mīn Englisċ ġebētte.
    I spent one year in London to improve my English.
    • Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, Manuscript D
      Hēr sind on þissum īeġlande fīf ġeþēodu: Englisċ, Britwīelisċ, Scyttisċ, Pihtisċ, and Bōclǣden.
      Here on this island, there are five languages: English, British, Scottish, Pictish, and Latin.

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Adjective[edit]

Englisc

  1. English
  2. (substantive) an Englishman or an Angle

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