worn-gehāt

worn-gehāt, n.n: a promise of a numerous progeny. (“worn-yeh-hot”)

For this week’s Wordhord Wednesday I’ve recorded myself reading a passage of Christ II in Old English, which makes use of the wonderful word wīd-wegas. Listen on Patreon.

medieval_class_bohemia

Class in Bohemia, from a Latin manuscript. Bohemia, late 14th century. Wikimedia Commons. [commons.wikimedia.org]

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