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Click to Translate - Anglo-Saxon

Can you guess the correct Anglo-Saxon (Old English) translation for each of these English words?
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Quiz by Berney
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Last updated: May 23, 2023
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First submittedMay 23, 2023
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Run
Cave
Happy
Star
Village
Valley
Face
King
Knife
Bone
Empty
Tree
Sheep
Three
Woman
Thumb
Eat
Teacher
Boat
Evening
ǽfen
æmtig
andwlita
bán
bát
castel
comb
cyning
eówe
etan
gesǽlig
hleápan
láreów
scræf
seax
steorra
þrí
þúma
treów
wif
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Level 74
Dec 31, 2023
Really nice quiz, fascinating to see how similar (and different) some of the words are to what we use now!
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Level 79
Jan 5, 2024
Very interesting and quite challenging. Knowing German helped a lot.
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Level 65
Jan 8, 2024
Fun fact: "Seax" is not just a general word for all knives-- it was a specific type of knife, and the people who made/used those knifes were therefore called Saxons!