Dictionary of Old English reaches ‘I’!

The Toronto Dictionary of Old English: A to I is here!

Highlights include: in (‘in, on’), with ~11K occurrences; ic (‘I’), with ~45K occurrences; many ‘iron’ compounds starting with īsen/īsern/īren; igil (‘hedgehog’); and the ‘ever mysterious’ crux ?icge from Beowulf.

Big congrats to the DOE team at the University of Toronto!

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