Every Wednesday I publish a Wordhord Wednesday blog post for my $5/month supporters on Patreon. I write about various topics that have to do with a word from the past seven days. Where does a word appear in Old English? How is it used? What’s its etymology? What modern words and place names are derived from it? Some posts include audio files of me reading from Old English texts, so you can hear how the words are pronounced and how they fit into the rhythm of the poetry.
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- #350 … coming 2023.07.26!
- #325: QUIZ: your favourite words of 2022 (2023.01.04)
- #300: getawa of the trade (2022.07.13)
- #275: even the Romans aren’t famous somewhere (2022.01.19)
- #250: What travels inexorably through the world, beating its foundations? (2021.07.28)
- #225: Judith 4: The Escape (2021.02.03)
- #200: yolks and yellows (2020.08.12)
- #175: the ins and outs of on-gang (2020.02.19)
- #150: conquering a victory-realm (2019.08.28)
- #125: harm-hills and sorrow-mounds (2019.03.06)
- #100: Apollonius of Tyre (2018.09.12)
- #75: searching for the wave-horse’s haven (2018.03.21)
- #50: pearls, margaritas and giant grapes (2017.09.27)
- #25: Why the chiding, Scipio? (2017.04.05)
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