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"Hē is se stede Windlesōran Castles" - Why "Hē"?

  • Guessing: Weak Masculine, like oxa, hunta? I'd appreciate a confirmation :-) Bansp 23:16, 12 Solmōnaþ 2006 (UTC)
Se = masculine, therefore the generic "it" must also take a masculine form, in this case, "hē." A memory of this convention actually still lives with us in Modern English, when referring to a ship or a nation as "she." —Ƿōdenhelm 18:17, 4 Hrēþmōnaþ 2008 (UTC)