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    In searching of native english words.

    I should wish to ask if anybody knows what are the english (anglosaxon) words for the latin-based words "agree" and "use"?

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    Re: In searching of native english words.

    Quote Originally Posted by krasus View Post
    I should like to ask if anybody knows what are the English (Anglo-Saxon) words for the Latin-based words "agree" and "use"?
    There are no Anglo-Saxon (Old English) equivalents still in existence.

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    Re: In searching of native english words.

    Quote Originally Posted by krasus View Post
    I should wish to ask if anybody knows what are the english (anglosaxon) words for the latin-based words "agree" and "use"?


    NOT A TEACHER


    (1) I found an Old English (Anglo-Saxon) online dictionary.

    (2) If you type in the modern English word, it will give you the Anglo-Saxon word.

    (3) Please go to Google and type in:

    EOW: Modern - Old English Translator

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    Re: In searching of native english words.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheParser View Post
    (1) I found an Old English (Anglo-Saxon) online dictionary.

    (2) If you type in the modern English word, it will give you the Anglo-Saxon word.
    EOW: Modern - Old English Translator

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    Re: In searching of native english words.

    Brill!

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