Norþsǣ

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Norþsǣ is þǣm Atlantiscum Garsecge, betƿēox þǣm sǣfaroðum Norþƿeȝes and Denemearce in ēastende, þǣm sǣfaroðe þāra Bryttiscra Īeȝa in ƿestende, and þā sǣfaroþas Þēodisclandes, Niðerlandes, Belgice and Franclandes in þǣm sūþende. Ān byht þǣre Norþsǣ is Scagerrac, betƿēox Denemearce, Norþƿeȝe, and Sƿēolande, and ƿilaþ þā Ostsǣ æt Cattegate, Öresunde, Miclan Belte, and the Smæl Belt. In þǣm sūþende, sēo Norþsǣ ƿilaþ þone māran Atlantiscan Garsecg þurh þā Sūþsǣ (Nīwenglisc: English Channel) and in þǣm norþende þurh þone Norþƿeȝiscne Sǣ.

Mæniȝe miċele ēastrēamas flōƿaþ tō þǣm Norþsǣ: se Ælf (æt Cuxhaven), se Ƿeser (æt Bremerhaven), se Ems æt Emden, se Rīn and sēo Mǣs (æt Rotterdam), se Scald (æt Fluscing), and fram Bretene se Temes, and se Hymber (æt Cyningestūne on Hull). Kiel Canal, one of the world's busiest artificial waterways, ƿilaþ þā Norþsǣ tō þǣm Ostsǣ.

Hēr is micle ele and fyrlyft under þǣre sǣflōre: sēo Norþsǣ ele.

In classiciscum tīde, þis ƿæter hātte Oceanum Germanicum oþþe Mare Germanicum (se Germanisca Sǣ). Man brūcþ þisne naman on Nīƿum Englisce and ōðrum sprǣcum, mid þǣm naman "Norþsǣ" (Nīwenglisc: North Sea), oþ þǣre eahtatēoþan ielde. Ac þenden þæt ȝēar 1900 nēahlǣhte, ƿæs se nama "Germanisca Sǣ" seldan, bōcera bryce ēac in Þēodisclande. Þyncþ þæt his nama "North Sea" is sƿā þā Frisan sāƿon, for þǣm þe Frisaland is rihte sūþ þæs Norþsǣs; hiera "Sūðern Sǣ" oþðe Zuiderzee wæs in þāra Frisiscum Īega.

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