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Traduccin 1. 24-9-07.

Anone >> inmediatamente (at once)


Greythed >> invitaron (greeted)
Behytte >> prometi (behest)
Werefore >> therefore

Traduccin 2, 10-10-07 the Peterborough Chronicle

Underfangen >> welcome Eom >> uncle Ac >> but


Me >> men Macod >> might nam >> took
Wundor >> torment agnes >> lands suencten >> oppressed
Bryniges >> chains drapen >> killed cste > chest > cage
rengde >> threw lof >> fetters grin >> collars
Rachenteges >> heavy chains onoh >> enough
Throte >> throats hals >> necks nowiderwardes >> no way
usen >> thousand gildes >> taxes ure umwile>> meanwhile
Rueden >> raided fare >> trip corn >> grain
Dre >> dear, expensive ieden >> went lmes >> alms
Hethen >> heathen lered >> learned (G. lehred) Wars >> whatsoever
Tilede >> toiled fordon >> destroyed suilce >> such
Ddes >> deeds oleden >> suffered suikes >> traitors
Undergton >> understood

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Traduccin 3, 10-10-07 Poema morale
welde >> wield ah >> though rede >> counseld (thelred)
Unnet >> unclean, foul henne >> when bienche >> think
Sare >> sorrow
Traduccin 4, 10-10-07 The Fox and the Wolf
putte >> (Lat. puteus) Moat, pit. (the author is talking about a well).
Traduccin 5, 10-10-07 Polychronicon
ef >> yet (not if)

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SOUTH EAST DIALECT (KENTISH)
Traduccin 6, 17-10-07 The Owl and the Nightingale

Sye >> very (swie) diele >> dark starc >> severe
Aen >> against sval >> swell, boast let ut >> let something out
Vuele >> evil (Yfel) mod >> mood

Traduccin 7, 17-10-07 The Kentish Sermons

Seavinge >> showing apierede >> appeared tojeanes >> against


Anuri >> honour stor >> incense

Traduccin 8, 17-10-07 Proclamation of Henry III

Fultume >> grace Eorl >> Count holde >> vassals


Witen >> know unnen >> desire rdesmen >> counsellors
Treowe >> truth freme >> glory besite >> glory
Abuten >> without
Traduccin 9, 22-10-07 Confessio Amantis

Behihte >> promised erto >> to er >> for that a partie >> apart

Traduccin 10, 22-10-07 The Mercers petition to the Parliament

Lige >> dear

Traduccin 11, 24-10-07 The Canterbury Tales

Soote >> sweet eek >> also heeth >> heath (pramo)
Yronne >> grown Ram >> the Ram, Aries

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Traduccin 12, 29-10-07 The Peterborough Chronicle (again)
(ver traduccin 2)
Traduccin 13, 29-10-07 The Ormulum

Wurren >> become (p. p.) riche >> kingdom

Traduccin 14, 29-10-07 Havelok the Dane

Coue >> knew withal >> also spedde >> sold

Traduccin 15, 29-10-07 King Horn

Swoning >> sleep (noun) qua > said sone >> soon

Traduccin 16, 29-10-07 The Worcester Fragments

Unwreih>>undid, unworked Hote >> called digelnesse >> darkness


Deorwure >> dear worth bodeden >> showed eos >> who
Glod >> shone feole >> many (fela) festen >> fasten

Traduccin 17, 29-10-07 Sawles Warde

>> always wlite >> splendour seovevald >> sevenfold


Wonunge >> labour steal >> condition mahe >> made
Hermin >> harming eilen >> wound swote >> sweet
Sihe >> sight quo >> says eche >> eternal
Alesnesse >> salvation

Traduccin 18, 29-10-07 Ancrene Riwle

Salven >> remedies bote >> medicine halie >> holy


Meadlese >> endless angoisuse >> deeply felt bonen >> prayers
Swinkes >> efforts Eadmodnesse >> humility freoles >> cleansing
eawes >> habits anrednesse >> sincerity warpen >> to cast

Traduccin 19, 5-11-07 Brut

Leoden >> Latin lie >> merciful are >> one, a


State >> flow, river sel >> well Onfest >> near
Mern enke >> intelligence Ahten >> own quic >> alive

Traduccin 20, 19-11-07 Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Renk >> warrior halue >> side (half) a >> though


Gomen >> game leodle >> people-less lenge >> wanders

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Fere >> friend frythe >> enclosures gome >> man
Karp >> chat halde >> holds forlonde >> forelands (tmbolo)
Eft >> again wonde >> lived lyte >> little
Auer >> either louied >> loved ay >> always
Frayned >> asked freke >> men lyue >> life
Segge >> man hwe >> whats, features staunge >> strange
Cher >> face Floten >> faded away fremedly >> strongly
Warpe >> shore wye >> men felle >> fell, cruel
Byhode >> had, needed tore >> difficult dole >> deal, part
Wodwos >> gnomes woned >> lived knarre >> rocks
Bore >> boars oerquyle >> other while etayne >> monsters
Anelede >> attacked hee >> high felle >> mountain
Nade > ne hade > hadnt duty >> brave drye >> bree
Dreped >> wounded were >> war schadde >> shed, shower
Fale >> empty slete >> sleet renne >> runs

Traduccin 21, 21-11-07 Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Plytes >> plights (apuros) contray >> countries cayre >> goes
Tyde >> time ho >> she wysse >> show
Wone >> dwelling hoge >> huge haorne >> hawthorn
Harled >> mingled roe >> rough raged >> whitish
Misy >> fens myre >> mire, marsh costes >> votes
Keuer >> obtain self >> very, same burde >> virgin
Baret >> barratry sykyng >> sighing herber >>harbour
Masse >> mass (misa) meekly >> meekly, humbly ave >> ave
Sye >> sithe spede >> succeed