David's anger was kindled against that cruel man, and he exclaimed that the culprit should be put to death. Then the prophet Nathan said to David, "Thou art the man!"
Source: David's Trials - King David
"Thou art the man!" means what? Sorry, I am not familiar with Old English.
'Thou art' is not an example of Old English, but Early Modern English — sometimes called 'Biblical English'.
This is what Old English looks like:
Sample text in Old English (Prologue from Beowulf)
(Since you ask, I haven't a clue what it means or how to read it.)
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