Ealdseaxisc sprǣc

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Eald Seaxisc (Sahsisk)
Gelōmlicu in: Nāht, gāstlēas sprǣc
Folc: 0
Grād: -

Cynnlicu Endebyrdung:

Indo-Europisc
 Germanisc
  Westgermanisc
   Ingvaeonisca sprǣca
    Seaxisc

Ambihtlic Stede:
Ambihtlicu sprǣc in: Nāht
Geregolod fram: Nāht
Sprǣce Begīemung:
ISO 639-1:
ISO 639-2: osx
ISO 639-3: osx
SIL: ?

Sēo Ealdseaxisce sprǣc is Westgermanisc sprǣc þe betweox þǣre 7. and 15. ieldum gesprecen wæs, on Ealdseaxum þā būað in Þēodsclande. Þes gereorde biþ gelīc Englisc and sēo Eald Fresiscre sprǣc.

Eald Seaxisc wæs sēo sprǣc Seaxisces folces on norðerne Germanian. Ðēo wæs sārlice beclemed mid þǣre Ealdan Englisce sprǣce forþæm þe þā bā Germanisca sprǣca wǣron. Asmēade ǣghwā Seaxisce, cūðe hit him þyncan þæt Eald Seaxisc on ieldre mæðe þǣre sprǣca-andwendednesse þonne Eald Englisc belāf.

Tō bīsne cēpte Seaxisc innestappende -i- bē weorcwordum and bē namawordum, under þæm þe Eald Englisc ne swā dyde. Swylce swā þæt on Seaxisc sægde man wurhtio for Englisc wyrhta (mid andwendednes þǣs -u- to -y- on Englisc under þæm onwegāscofnan -i- þe on Seaxisc belāf), stūrian for Englisc stȳran, asf...


Bisenunga:

  • sprǣc – sprāka
  • ofer – oƀar
  • and – endi
  • burh/burg – burg
  • fisc – fisk
  • "gōdne morgen" – „gōdana morgan“
  • hātan – hētan
  • ic – ik
  • sweart – swart
  • weald – wald
  • weorðan – werðan
  • ġē –
  • biddan – biddian
  • weorpan – werpan
  • helpan – helpan


Gewritu

  • Sē mann is Wilhelm gehāten, he hæfþ mē gesægd þæt ic ǣghwæt hæbbe gestolen
Thē man is Wilhelm gihētan, he haƀed mī gisagd that ik gihwat hebbiu gistolan
  • Mē þyncþ hit, þæt mann bē þǣre gemǣnþe grēatran wununga hæfþ þanne up þǣm būrlande. Ic þence þæt þā ne gelīc sindon
Mī thunkid it, that man bī theru gimēniða grotorun wununga haƀed thanna up themu būrlande. Ik thenkiu that thia ne gilīk sindun
  • Wē habbaþ ofer nānum hūse gesprecen, ānlice habbaþ hīe mē gewune forteald þæt þǣr midweorcere bē wunodon
Wī hebbiad oƀar niēnumu hūse gisprekan, noh hebbiad siu mī giwuno fartald that thār midwerkari bī wunodun

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