Drēam

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Gān tō: þurhfōr, sēcan
Perotin - Alleluia nativitas

Se drēam is cræft, þe ge swēg ge stilnysse biþ.

Ecce Lignum Crucis

Drēam mæg man mid missenlīcum gomenwudum and stefnum drēman. Sind mænigfealdlīce cynn, swilce þā folclican drēamas, þā geþȳwe drēamas, drēamcræft, and þā godcundan drēamas.

Þæt word drēam on Ǣnglisce is fram Þēodisce (Traum) gelæded. In Nīwenglisce brȳcaþ man þæt word music, þe is fram Crēacisce (μουσική oððe mousike; "cræft þāra elfena").[1]

  1. Mousike, Henry George Liddell, Robert Scott, A Greek-English Lexicon, at Perseus