six

six, n/adj/num: six. (SIX)

Today the Old English Wordhord is 6 years old!

First ever Old English Word of the Day!

If you enjoy learning an Old English word every day, please help me reach my next funding goal on Patreon!

Shout out to my 38 current patrons: ö-Dzin, Avren, Berry, Brett, Casey, Craig, Dabney, Ed, Fran, James, Joan, Joe, Jonathon, Karen, Karl, Katherine, Kris, Laura, Laurel, Lisl, Mary, Matthew, Maureen, Melanie, Michael, Michelle, Nicola, Patricia, Patrick, Penelope, Pirkko, Poples, Robert, Sarah, Simon, Thomas, Victoria, and Þórbeorht! Thanks also to all the past patrons who have supported me.

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