User:CarlmanZ

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Rad Ideas, Great Executions.[edit]

Hello, there! I'm CarlmanZ, sharing all my knowledge of words to you and the rest of this wiki! I'm not the smartest cookie in the jar, but I get some more crumbs, each passing day!

I'm on the official Discord as CarlmanZ, feel free to say hi if you see me!

What I've done for this Wiki.[edit]

First off, I've made 6 pages for the wiki! Nice and easy!

The Monarchs of England and the United Kingdom

More Anglish Given Names

Gender and Sexuality

Mount Rushmore

Words and Names from Other Mouths

Words and Names from Latin's Mouth

While I haven't created the following page, I do keep it under my jurisdiction.

Stownames

These next pages are not my own, but I have made noteworthy edits to them.

Anglish Wordbook

Anglish Given Names

Hear, Heavenly Smith

The Star-Spangled Streamer

Younger Futhorc

Months and Holidays

God Keep the King

Rime of King William

Fare of Hanno

Over the Ea and Through the Wood

Umlaut

Breem Roomers


So far, I've added 50 words to the Wordbook, of which 18 were made-up, and the remaining 32 were not.
English Anglisc (if different) Made-Up?
caliphdom califdom MU
sultandom - MU
khandom - MU
khagandom - MU
shogundom scogundom MU
sevenwield sefenƿield MU
black gold - -
mount munt -
wilven ƿilfen -
folkname - -
leasename - MU
deadname - -
down to earth dune to earð -
oned - -
Oned Kingdom - MU
devilish defilisc -
Spanishman Spaniscman MU
Iceland Iseland -
allow alloƿ -
acrechurl akercerl -
beechurl beecerl -
heamedchurl heamedcerl -
heamedwife heamedƿife -
lifeward lifeƿard MU
bodyward bodyƿard MU
housechurl husecerl -
Baskonland - MU
port - -
port - -
chester cester -
ankerman - MU
seadom - MU
Sevenboroughs Sefenborougs MU
hangmat - -
inname - -
outname utename -
wellwilling ƿellƿilling -
evilwilling efilƿilling -
Everwichshire Eferƿicscire -
New Everwich Neƿ Eferƿic MU
South Africk Suðe Africk MU
Elsinore - -
leen - MU
shitter scitter -
mainland magnland -
mildheart - -
mildheartly mildheartlig -
mildheartness - -
ower ure -
overdrive oferdrife -

My personal favorite additions are bodyward (bodyƿard), lifeward (lifeƿard), and Elsinore.

So far, I've added 1379 names to the Namebook, of which 62 are Norse (N), 35 are borrowed (B), and 33 are unfounded (U); the remaining 1161 are attested Anglo-Saxon names.
English Anglisc? From?
Richmond Ricmund -
Rothschild Roðscild U
Coaser - -
Guthar Guðar -
Hoover Hoofer -
Manfrith Manfrið -
Everard Eferard -
True Treƿ -
Yatstaff Geatstaff U
Earnest Ernest -
Ermenyard Ermengeard -
Bern - -
Ingbury Ingburig -
Holmgar - U
Waldred Ƿaldred -
Christen Cristen B
Wood Ƿood -
Wednesday Ƿednesdag -
Thursday Þursdag -
Friday Fridag -
Saturday Saturdag -
Marshalk Marscalk U
Wright Ƿrigt -
Sheriff Sceriff -
Toller - -
French Frenc -
Gumrich Gumric -
Gumbald - -
Gumbert - -
Margrot - U
Elfouse Elfuse U
Hestolph - U
Agust - B
Churlman Cerlman U
Churlie Cerlie U
Churlton Cerltun U
Hartough Hartoug -
Ann - B
Christover Cristofer B
Aberham - B
Yarman Gearman B
Bliss - -
Lehard - U
Cherdich Cerdic B
Redmund - -
Arthur Arður B
Birch Birc -
Lambert - -
Bernie - -
Barney Barneg -
Fulbert - -
Clark - B
Throckmorton Þrockmortun -
Swithred Sƿiðred -
Mildith Mildið -
Wilbury Ƿilburig -
Thedbald Þedbald -
Helmod - U
Edgethew Edgðeƿ -
Garrich Garric -
Grim - -
Gutholph Guðulf -
Harbrand - -
Helprich Helpric -
Nickle Nickel B
Culver Culfer B
Fenix - B
Hilbrand - -
Hilgar - -
Hildils - -
Hilgrim - -
Hildith - -
Kenny Kennig -
Amal - -
Amalie - U
Amalburig - U
Guthild Guðild U
Osive Osife -
Ridbert - -
Saxton Saxtun -
Bill - -
Billie - -
Billem - -
Billeth Billeð -
Billid - -
Billing - -
Bilstan - -
Bilthane Bilðane -
Bilthrith Bilðrið -
Bilwald Bilƿald -
Bilwel Bilƿel -
Billis - -
Bishop Biscop B
Ridbald - -
Ridgar - -
Roth Roð -
Rothie Roðie -
Rothard Roðard -
Rothbury Roðburig -
Roffrith Roffrið -
Rothive Roðife -
Rothlof Roðloff -
Rothmer Roðmer -
Sax - -
Saxfrith Saxfrið -
Saxgar - -
Saxleaf - -
Saxrich Saxric -
Saxward Saxƿard -
Saxway Saxƿag -
Saxwin Saxƿin -
Fred - -
Freddie - -
Richbald Ricbald -
Richbury Ricburig -
Richday Ricdag -
Richelm Ricelm -
Richen Ricen -
Richer Ricer -
Richfrith Ricfrið -
Richild Ricild -
Richman Ricman -
Richmer Ricmer -
Richred Ricred -
Richswith Ricsƿið -
Richthrith Ricðrið -
Richward Ricƿard -
Richolph Riculf -
Frithar Friðar -
Frithard Friðard -
Frithbald Friðbald -
Frithbern Friðbern -
Frithbrand Friðbrand -
Frithbury Friðburig -
Frithcoal Friðcoal -
Frithgood Friðgood -
Frithild Friðild -
Frithlof Friðlof -
Frithmer Friðmer -
Frithnoth Friðnoð -
Frithway Friðƿag -
Frithwel Friðƿel -
Bendich Bendic B
Costenin - B
Eyan Egean B
Hadren - B
Luck - B
Thedder Þedder B
Yorry Georrig B
Danel - B
Rebeck - B
Yosev Geosef B
Owen Oƿen B
Ridrith Ridrið -
Ridway Ridƿag -
Rimbald - -
Rimbert - -
Rimgrim - -
Rimmild - -
Rimmer - -
Rimmolph Rimmulf -
Rud - -
Rudbald - -
Rudbert - -
Rudgerl Rudgerl -
Rudfrith Rudfrið -
Rudgar - -
Ruddard - -
Ruddelm - -
Rudrith Rudrið -
Weebald Ƿeebald -
Weebert Ƿeebert -
Week Ƿeek -
Weehard Ƿeehard -
Weehelm Ƿeehelm -
Weehar Ƿeehelm -
Walbert Ƿalbert -
Walbury Ƿalburig -
Waldard Ƿaldard -
Waldith Ƿaldið -
Walman Ƿalman -
Waldoun Ƿaldune -
Waldrich Ƿaldric -
Waldwin Ƿaldƿin -
Walfrith Ƿalfrið -
Walgar Ƿalgar -
Walthane Ƿalðane -
Man - -
Mambert - -
Mangood - -
Manleaf - -
Mannild - -
Manning - -
Manny Mannig -
Manrich Manric -
Mansey Manseg -
Mansley Mansleg -
Manson Mansun -
Manstan - -
Manswith Mansƿið -
Manthrith Manðrið -
Manwald Manƿald -
Manwin Manƿin -
Mannolph Mannulf -
Woolbern Ƿulbern -
Woolbury Ƿulburig -
Woolgrim Ƿulgrim -
Woolman Ƿulman -
Woolmund Ƿulmund -
Woolner Ƿulner -
Woolfrith Ƿulfrið -
Woolvad Ƿulfad -
Woolvaker Ƿulfaker -
Woolveth Ƿulfeð -
Woolvelm Ƿulfelm -
Woolvild Ƿulfild -
Woolving Ƿulfing -
Woolvay Ƿulfag -
Woolloph Ƿulluf -
Thank Þank -
Thankbert Þankbert -
Thankar Þankar -
Thankild Þankild -
Thankive Þankife -
Thankmer Þankmer -
Thankred Þankred -
Thankswith Þanksƿið -
Thankward Þankƿard -
Thankolph Þankulf -
Thankyard Þankgeard -
Theddath Þeddað -
Thedbern Þedbern -
Thedbrand Þedbrand -
Thedbury Þedburig -
Theddar Þeddar -
Theddard Þeddard -
Theddeld Þeddeld -
Theddelm Þeddelm -
Theddith Þeddið -
Theddive Þeddife -
Theddoun Þeddune -
Thedfrith Þedfrið -
Thedgar Þedgar -
Thedgrim Þedgrim -
Thedmer Þedmer -
Thedmund Þedmund -
Thedwald Þedƿald -
Thedway Þedƿag -
Thedwin Þedƿin -
Thingbert Þingbert -
Thingmund Þingmund -
Thingwin Þingƿin -
Thingolph Þingulf -
Thrith Þrið -
Thrithar Þriðar -
Thrithbald Þriðbald -
Thrithbert Þriðbert -
Thrithbury Þriðburig -
Thrithild Þriðild -
Thrithive Þriðife -
Thrithman Þriðman -
Thrithmund Þriðmund -
Thrithwin Þriðƿin -
Tom - B
Amalred - -
Amalswith Amalsƿið -
Billoph Billuf -
Frithday Friðdag -
Gumfrith Gumfrið -
Hilgood - -
Hillock - -
Hildwer Hildƿer -
Manney Manneg -
Richmark Ricmark -
Richthank Ricðank -
Richwald Ricƿald -
Richway Ricƿag -
Riddolph Riddulf -
Rimthrith Rimðrið -
Rothswith Roðsƿið -
Rothward Roðƿard -
Woolbode Ƿulbode -
Woolbrand Ƿulbrand -
Wyfled Ƿyfled -
Wygar Ƿygar -
Wyheth Ƿyheð -
Wyman Ƿyman -
Wymark Ƿymark -
Wyrich Ƿyric -
Wythrith Ƿyðrið -
Wyward Ƿyƿard -
Wywolph Ƿyƿulf -
Goodood - -
Markalf - -
Markar - -
Markard - -
Markbald - -
Markbert - -
Markfrith Markfrið -
Markred - -
Markswith Marksƿið -
Markthrith Markðrið -
Markward Markƿard -
Markolph Markulf -
Wilmark Ƿilmark -
Malbert - -
Malfrith Malfrið -
Malgar - -
Mallem - -
Malswith Malsƿið -
Malthrith Malðrið -
Malwin Malƿin -
Malloph Malluf -
Elbert - -
Luddolph Luddulf -
Dombert - -
Domfrith Domfrið -
Dommils - -
Dommar - -
Domrich Domric -
Domthrith Domðrið -
Domwald Domƿald -
Domwin Domƿin -
Dommolph Dommulf -
Domnich Domnic B
Dreamolph Dreamulf -
Swambald Sƿambald -
Swambert Sƿambert -
Swambury Sƿamburig -
Swan Sƿan -
Swannild Sƿannild -
Swanwhite Sƿanhƿite -
Swannolph Sƿannulf -
Christhane Crisðane -
Chrisfrith Crisfrið -
Botfrith Botfrið -
Botred - -
Botrich Botric -
Bottar - -
Bottelm - -
Bottild - -
Botwald Botƿald -
Bertard - -
Berteth Berteð -
Bertelm - -
Bertfled - -
Berthrith Berðrið -
Bertith Bertið -
Bertman - -
Bertswith Bertsƿið -
Bertwood Bertƿood -
Blackwin Blackƿin -
Brandolph Brandulf -
Whitbern Hƿitbern -
Folkbern - -
Folkgar - -
Alfred - F
Alverith Alferið -
Kimburig - -
Kingar - -
Kinlof Kinloff -
Kinlove Kinluf -
Kinman - -
Kinmer - -
Kinmund - -
Kinnar - -
Kinnelm - -
Kinney Kinneg -
Kinnith Kinnið -
Kinnive - -
Kinswith Kinsƿið -
Kinway Kinƿag -
Kinwel Kinƿel -
Kinwise Kinƿise -
Quickard Cƿickard -
Quickwald Cƿickƿald -
Quickwin Cƿickƿin -
Maimbert Magmbert -
Maimbode Magmbode -
Mainday Magndag -
Mainfrith Magnfrið -
Maingar Magngar -
Maingrim Magngrim -
Mainred Magnred -
Mainrich Magnric -
Mainstan Magnstan -
Mainswith Magnsƿið -
Mainwald Magnƿald -
Mainward Magnƿard -
Mainolph Magnulf -
Bodrich Bodric -
Bodward Bodƿard -
Bodwin Bodƿin -
Earlbald - -
Earlbert - -
Earlfrith Earlfrið -
Earlgar - -
Earlwin Earlƿin -
Earlolph Earlulf -
Erkembode - -
Erkembrand - -
Erkemburig - -
Erkenar - -
Erkenard - -
Erkenfrith Erkenfrið -
Erkengar - -
Erkenmer - -
Erkennoth Erkennoð -
Erkenred - -
Erkenrich Erkenric -
Erkenswith Erkensƿið -
Erkenwin Erkenƿin -
Erkenolph Erkenulf -
Ermbald - -
Ermbern - -
Ermbrand - -
Ermembert - -
Ermenfrith Ermenfrið -
Ermengar - -
Ermenhar - -
Ermenhard - -
Ermenith Ermenið -
Ermenmer - -
Ermenswith Ermensƿið -
Ermenwald Ermenƿald -
Ermenway Ermenƿag -
Ermenolph Ermenulf -
Ermenway Ermenƿag -
Ermenyeld Ermengeld -
Ernfast - -
Erngar - -
Erngrim - -
Ernred - -
Ernsey Ernseg -
Ernthane Ernðane -
Ernyat Erngeat -
Ernils - -
Erpald - -
Erpert - -
Erpar - -
Erpard - -
Erpman - -
Erpmer - -
Erprith Erprið -
Errolph Errulf -
Gufferth Gufferð -
Guthard Guðard -
Guthbert Guðbert -
Guthelm Guðelm -
Guthman Guðman -
Guthmer Guðmer -
Guthred Guðred -
Guthsalph Guðsalf U
Edgeworth Edgƿorð -
Daymaid Dagmaged U
Wiseman Ƿiseman -
Wisgar Ƿisgar -
Wislock Ƿislock -
Wisrich Ƿisrich -
Wizard Ƿisard -
Outbrand Utebrand -
Burford - -
Burfled - -
Burfrith Burfrið -
Burrar - -
Burlof Burloff -
Burman - -
Golburig - U
Chrisman Crisman U
Chris Cris -
Church Circ -
Churlford Cerlford U
Churlfrith Cerlfrið U
Hampton Hamptun -
Ellie - -
Ember - -
Emberley Emberleg -
Frankie - -
Harbour Harbor -
Knightwin Knigtƿin -
Marton Martun -
Ludlow Ludloƿ -
Harburig - -
Hardar - -
Harday Hardag -
Hardfrith Hardfrið -
Hardkin - -
Hardgar - -
Hardman - -
Hardolph Hardulf -
Hargar - -
Harild - -
Harlove Harluf -
Harmund - -
Harred - -
Harway Harƿag -
Harrils - -
Hathbury Haðburig -
Hathith Haðið -
Hathmer Haðmer -
Hatholph Haðulf -
Helgrim - -
Helm - -
Helmbed - -
Helmbald - -
Helmbert - -
Helmfrith Helmfrið -
Helmgar - -
Helmer - -
Helmswith Helmsƿið -
Helmthrith Helmðrið -
Helmward Helmƿard -
Helmwin Helmƿin -
Help - -
Helpald - -
Helpin - -
Helpolph Helpulf -
Helprith Helprið -
Helpury Helpurig -
Ledbode - -
Ledbrand - -
Ledburig - -
Leddard - -
Leddild - -
Ledfled - -
Ledgar - -
Ledgrim - -
Leddils - -
Ledman - -
Ledmer - -
Ledmod - -
Lednoth Lednoð -
Ledred - -
Ledrich Ledric -
Ledroun Ledrune -
Ledswith Ledsƿið -
Ledrith Ledrið -
Ledward Ledƿard -
Ledway Ledƿag -
Ledwin Ledƿin -
Lebald - -
Lecoal - -
Leday Ledag -
Levered Lefered -
Levegood Lefegood -
Levegrim Lefegrim -
Levemod Lefemod -
Lerich Leric -
Leswith Lesƿið -
Lethane Leðane -
Lethrith Leðrið -
Levar Lefar -
Levard Lefard -
Levat Lefat -
Levelm Lefelm -
Levey Lefeg -
Levild Lefild -
Lewin Leƿin -
Levis Lefis -
Levith Lefið -
Live - -
Lewolph Leƿulf -
Levoun Lefune -
Leveroun Leferune -
Witman Ƿitman -
Witmer Ƿitmer -
Witrich Ƿitric -
Wittolph Ƿittulf -
Witty Ƿittig -
Wilbald Ƿilbald -
Wilbert Ƿilbert -
Wilbrod Ƿilbrod -
Wilcombe Ƿilcombe -
Wildolph Ƿildulf -
Wilgood Ƿilgood -
Wilgrim Ƿilgrim -
Willath Ƿillað -
Willar Ƿillar -
Willey Ƿilleg -
Willid Ƿillid -
Willith Ƿillið -
Willock Ƿillock -
Willof Ƿilloff -
Willoph Ƿilluf -
Willoun Ƿillune -
Wilman Ƿilman -
Wilrich Ƿilric -
Wilshalk Ƿilscalk -
Wilswith Ƿilsƿið -
Wilthane Ƿilðane -
Wilthrith Ƿilðrið -
Wilyeld Ƿilgeld -
Helmberd - UN
Aldrith Aldrið -
Ren - -
Renfield - -
Rengar - -
Renmer - -
Rennie - -
Rennild - -
Rennolph Rennulf -
Renrich Renric -
Renward Renƿard -
Renwin Renƿin -
Wayland Ƿagland -
Wichard Ƿicard -
Wichelm Ƿicelm -
Wichbald Ƿicbald -
Wichbert Ƿicbert -
Wicher Ƿicer -
Wiching Ƿicing -
Wichnoth Ƿicnoð -
Wicholph Ƿiculf -
Wichred Ƿicred -
Wich Ƿic -
Woolren Ƿulren U
Engleman Engelman -
Horsemund - U
Rothsey Roðseg -
Yatlind Geatlind U
Horsethane Horseðane -
Thedlind Þedlind U
Sethrith Seðrið -
Wally Ƿallig -
Waltheaf Ƿalðeaf -
Welsh Ƿelsc -
Perry - B
Farbert - -
Fargrim - -
Farhild - -
Farmund - -
Farrolph Farrulf -
Farthane Farðane -
Farwald Farƿald -
Farwin Farƿin -
Fast - -
Fastburig - -
Fastred - -
Fastwin Fastƿin -
Eddimer - U
Raimbald Ragmbald -
Rainbert Ragnbert -
Rainbode Ragmbode -
Rainbury Ragmburig -
Rainelm Ragnelm -
Rainey Ragneg -
Rainfrith Ragnfrið -
Raingrim Ragngrim -
Rainild Ragnild -
Rainlof Ragnloff -
Rainmer Ragnmer -
Rainmod Ragnmod -
Rainmund Ragnmund -
Rainnoth Ragnnoð -
Rainolph Ragnulf -
Rainrich Ragnric -
Rainswith Ragnsƿið -
Rainthrith Ragnðrið -
Rainway Ragnƿag -
Rainwel Ragnƿel -
Rainwer Ragnƿer -
Rainyat Ragngat -
Rainils Ragnils -
Rayat Ragat -
Rawolph Raƿulf -
Wimbode Ƿimbode -
Winday Ƿindag -
Wingar Ƿingar -
Wingood Ƿingood -
Winlock Ƿinlock -
Winman Ƿinman -
Winmer Ƿinmer -
Winmund Ƿinmund -
Winnard Ƿinnard -
Winred Ƿinred -
Winrich Ƿinric -
Winthane Ƿinðane -
Winwald Ƿinƿald -
Winway Ƿinƿag -
Winyat Ƿingat -
Wimbury Ƿimburig -
Windchild Ƿindcild -
Windolph Ƿindulf -
Winnive Ƿinnife -
Winthrith Ƿinðrið -
Wentard Ƿentard -
Wentelm Ƿentelm -
Winwide Ƿinƿide -
Wirtyern Ƿirtgern -
Wendy Ƿendig -
Zackary Sackarig B
Woolrich Ƿulric -
Gangmer - -
Rambald - -
Ramway Ramƿag -
Harbede - -
Sandolph Sandulf -
Shaft Scaft -
Shaftlock Scaftlock -
Shaftwald Scaftƿald -
Shalk Scalk -
Shalkman Scalkman -
Sher Scer -
Sherbury Scerburig -
Goodwill Goodƿill -
Mildrith Mildrið -
Wise Ƿise -
Folkild - -
Folkman - -
Folkmer - -
Folkmund - -
Folkolph Folkulf -
Folkoun Folkune -
Folkred - -
Folknoth Folknoð -
Folkrich Folkric -
Folkswith Folksƿið -
Folkthrith Folkðrið -
Folkward Folkƿard -
Folkway Folkƿag -
Frodbert - -
Froddar - -
Frodfrith Frodfrið -
Frodgar - -
Frodmer - -
Frodmund - -
Frodolph Frodulf -
Frodrich Frodric -
Frodwald Frodƿald -
Frodwin Frodƿin -
Frostolph Frostulf -
Mound Mund -
Mounding Munding -
Moundolph Mundulf -
Moundred Mundred -
Moundrich Mundric -
Moundrith Mundrið -
Moundwin Mundƿin -
Mounfrith Munfrið -
Mounfrith Munfrið -
Mundy Mundig -
Kentwald Kentƿald -
Kentwin Kentƿin -
Chadwal Ceadƿal B
Modbert - -
Moddar - -
Modding - -
Moddive Moddife -
Modquen Modcƿen -
Modred - -
Modrich Modric -
Modswith Modsƿið -
Modrith Modrið -
Modwald Modƿald -
Modwin Modƿin -
Moon - -
Mon - -
Monning - -
Monnolph Monnulf -
Monthane Monðane -
Monthrith Monðrið -
Morbald - -
Morbert - -
Morgrim - -
Morrard - -
Morwald Morƿald -
Morwin Morƿin -
Morwolph Morƿulf -
Modwen Modƿen B
Knuvar Knufar -
Knuwel Knuƿel -
Knuwel Knuƿel -
Went Ƿent -
Wentar Ƿentar -
Wentfull Ƿentfull -
Playar - -
Playelm - -
Playolph Plageulf -
Playthrith Plagðrið -
Tortath Tortað -
Tortfrith Tortfrið -
Tortmer - -
Tortolph Tortulf -
Tortsey Tortseg -
Tortswith Tortsƿið -
Tortils - -
Tree - -
Trow Troƿ -
Troward Troƿard -
Trowbert Troƿbert -
Trowman Troƿman -
Tunfrith Tunfrið -
Tunlof Tunloff -
Tunman - -
Tunnils - -
Wilson Ƿilsun -
Limbald - -
Lin - -
Lind - -
Linnoth Linnoð -
Linsey Linseg -
Littolph Littulf -
Litwald Litƿald -
Litwin Litƿin -
Sombert - -
Sonnive Sonnife -
Sonnolph Sonnulf -
Sonny Sunnig -
Turner - -
Twilight Tƿiligt -
Wadbert Ƿadbert -
Waddolph Ƿaddulf -
Wadgar Ƿadgar -
Walren Ƿalren -
Webbard Ƿebbard -
Freebern - -
Freehelm - -
Freemund - -
Freerich Freeric -
Fregrim - -
Sot - -
Sotman - -
Loffrith Loffrið -
Lothgar Loðgar -
Lothway Loðƿag -
Ot - -
Otmer - -
Otmund - -
Otrich Otric -
Bronard Brunard -
Bronelm Brunelm -
Bronfrith Brunfrið -
Brongar Brungar -
Brunich Brunic -
Bronild Brunild -
Broning Bruning -
Bronis Brunis -
Bronolph Brunulf -
Bronrich Brunric -
Bronson Brunsun -
Bronswith Brunsƿið -
Bronward Brunƿard -
Bronwin Brunƿin -
Brown Brune -
Der - -
Derlof Derloff -
Derman - -
Derred - -
Derrelm - -
Derring - -
Derrive Derrife -
Derstan - -
Dersey Derseg -
Dertrith Derðrið -
Dod - -
Dodbald - -
Dodbert - -
Dodman - -
Dodmund - -
Dodrich Dodric -
Dodwald Dodƿald -
Dodwin Dodƿin -
Good - -
Holdolph Holdulf -
Holdwin Holdƿin -
Holdyard Holdgeard -
Holfast - -
Yeldolph Geldulf -
Pittad - -
Pittath Pittað -
Pittelm - -
Pittolph Pittulf -
Pittoun Pittune -
Pitred - -
Pitwald Pitƿald -
Pitwin Pitƿin -
Pittils - -
Pendar - -
Pendith Pendið -
Pendolph Pendulf -
Pendred - -
Pendwin Pendƿin -
Pennard - -
Penwald Penƿald -
Penwel Penƿel -
Pilbern - -
Pilgrim - -
Pillid - -
Pilthrith Pilðrið -
Pilwin Pilƿin -
Shotcole Scotcole -
Shot Scot -
Shottard Scottard -
Penny Pennig -
Carman - -
Carthane Carðane -
Cuffrith Cuffrið -
Cuth Cuð -
Cuthane Cuðane -
Cuthar Cuðar -
Cuthelm Cuðelm -
Cuthgar Cuðgar -
Cuthlock Cuðlock -
Cuthman Cuðman -
Cuthmer Cuðmer -
Cutholph Cuðulf -
His - -
Hisbald - -
Hisbern - -
Hisgrim - -
Hisman - -
Hiswolph Hisƿulf -
Hithar Hiðar -
Hithwald Hiðƿeald -
Hybern - -
Hybrand - -
Hyburig - -
Hyfrith Hyfrið -
Hyhar - -
Hymer - -
Hymund - -
Hyswith Hysƿið -
Hythrith Hyðrið -
Hywald Hyƿald -
Hywin Hyƿin -
Hywolph Hyƿulf -
Chelmund Cealmund -
Cuthfled Cuðfled -
Estley Estleg -
Giddy Giddig -
Godmund - -
Godrich Godric -
Goodmund - -
Hunwin Hunƿin -
Kenrich Kenric -
Kinferth Kinferð -
Seamund - -
Seawald Seaƿald -
Seawin Seaƿin -
Seawolph Seaƿulf -
Shave Scafe -
Sihelm - -
Stanolph Stanulf -
Tatbert - -
Tatfrith Tatfrið -
Tatman - -
Tatnoth Tatnoð -
Tatrich Tatric -
Tatswith Tatsƿið -
Tattar - -
Tattard - -
Tattath Tattað -
Tattelm - -
Tattis - -
Tattolph Tattulf -
Tatwin Tatƿin -
Witlock Ƿitlock -
Port - B
Benmen - B
Han - -
Hanfled - -
Hannard - -
Hannolph Hannulf -
Hanrich Hanric -
Hanthrith Hanðrið -
Ailbert Aglbert -
Ailnoth Aglnoð -
Aillof Aglloff -
Ailwide Aglƿide -
Anderson Andersun -
Andy Andig -
Garbald - -
Ledbert - -
Rothar Roðar -
Wid Ƿid -
Lester - -
Brewster Breƿster -
Garbert - -
Garfrith Garfrið -
Garmer - -
Isengood - -
Yardar Geardar -
Yardbert Geardbert -
Yardfled Geardfled -
Yengood Gengood -
Ilsbald - -
Ilsburig - -
Ilsem - -
Ilsfrith Ilsfrið -
Ilsoph Ilsuf -
Ilswith Ilsƿið -
Ilstrith Ilsðrið -
Ilswald Ilsƿald -
Ilswin Ilsƿin -
Ivard Ifard -
Iverth Iferð -
Ivmund Ifmund -
Iward Iƿard -
Harwell Harƿell -
Aldils - -
Aldive Aldife -
Aldsith Aldsið -
Aldyard Aldgeard -
Almund - -
Elern - U
Gaddy Gaddig -
Gale - -
Sambert - -
Sampson - B
House Huse -
Husbert - -
Huschurl Huscerl -
Huscomb - -
Husgrim - -
Husman - -
Husward Husƿard -
Huswel Husƿel -
Gren - -
Grembald - -
Grembert - -
Gremburig - -
Grenard - -
Grenfield - -
Grenolph Grenulf -
Grenston Grenstun -
Grenwald Grenƿald -
Grenward Grenƿard -
Wardbert Ƿardbert -
Wardman Ƿardman -
Ardbert - -
Ardelm - -
Ardith Ardið -
Ardnoth Ardnoð -
Ardolph Ardulf -
Ardred - -
Ardward Ardƿard -
Ardwin Ardƿin -
Ardley Ardleg -
Fledbert - -
Flodbert - -
Floddar - -
Floddolph Floddulf -
Flodgar - -
Flodwald Flodƿald -
Flodward Flodƿard -
Flodwin Flodƿin -
Florbert - -
Florman - -
Hound Hund -
Humburig - -
Hun - -
Hunding - -
Hundolph Hundulf -
Hundway Hundƿag -
Hundwin Hundƿin -
Huthar Huðar -
Whatbury Hƿatburig -
Whatils Hƿatils -
Whatlock Hƿatlock -
Whatman Hƿatman -
Whatmod Hƿatmod -
Whatmund Hƿatmund -
Whatnoth Hƿatnoð -
Whatred Hƿatred -
Irmard - -
Irmburig - -
Irmfrith Irmfrið -
Irmolph Irmulf -
Irmrich Irmric -
Irmwald Irmƿald -
Isgar - -
Isgood - -
Isward Isƿard -
Izard Isard -
Izer Iser -
Izolph Isulf -
Strangbert - -
Stranglich Stranglic -
Strangman - -
Strangolph Strangulf -
Wambald Ƿambald -
Wambert Ƿambert -
Wanfrith Ƿanfrið -
Wandolph Ƿandulf U
Wanelm Ƿanelm -
Wanolph Ƿanulf -
Wanyard Ƿangeard -
Oft - -
Oftar - -
Oftman - -
Forth Forð -
Forthar Forðar -
Forthelm Forðelm -
Forthgar Forðgar -
Forthred Forðred -
Forthway Forðƿag -
Fram - -
Frambald - -
Frambert - -
Framrich Framric -
Framwise Framƿise -
Stark - -
Starkar - -
Starkbert - -
Starkfrith Starkfrið -
Starkmod - -
Starkolph Starkulf -
Strembert - -
Stren - -
Strenolph Strenulf -
Strenwald Strenƿald -
Swart Sƿart -
Swartbrand Sƿartbrand -
Swartedger Sƿartedger U
Swartgar Sƿartgar -
Swarting Sƿarting -
Swartolph Sƿartulf -
Swartrich Sƿartric -
Wormbald Ƿurmbald -
Wormbert Ƿurmbert -
Wormar Ƿurmar -
Wormgar Ƿurmgar -
Wuskfrey Ƿuskfreg -
Wuskbert Ƿuskbert -
Wuskbarn Ƿuskbarn -
Kimbarn - -
Osbarn - -
Ithberd Iðberd -
Ithswith Iðsƿið -
Muchel Mucel -
Norbald - -
Norfrith Norfrið -
Norgar - -
Northar Norðar -
Northolph Norðulf -
Norwin Norƿin -
Wrack Ƿrack -
Wrackolph Ƿrackulf -
Dunnel - B
Sedge Sedg -
Sedgeley Sedgleg -
Garsedge Garsedg -
Done - -
Donwald Donƿald -
Dritbald - -
Dritbert - -
Dritfrith Dritfrið -
Dritlof Dritloff -
Dritmer - -
Drittils - -
Drittolph Drittulf -
Goose - -
Gosbald - -
Gosbert - -
Gosfrith Gosfrið -
Gosling - -
Gosolph Gosulf -
Goswin Gosƿin -
Guthawk Guðaƿk -
Seafull - -
Seahawk Seahaƿk -
Colbert - -
Colbern - -
Colblack - -
Colbrand - -
Colgrim - -
Colling - -
Colman - -
Colthane Colðane -
Malgrim - -
Malred - -
Mangold - -
Matbert - -
Matfrith Matfrið -
Matt Mat -
Mattils - -
Mattolph Mattulf -
Main Magn B
Sparalf - -
Sparawk Sparaƿk -
Sparild - -
Sparolph Sparulf -
Spear - -
Stannis - -
Ansedge Ansedg -
Lightning Ligtning -
Leveridge Leferidg -
Barnaby Barnabig N
Bubsy Bubsig N
Carl - N
Colby Colbig N
Digby Digbig N
Derby Derbig N
Harold - N
Kelby Kelbig N
Kirby Kirbig N
Nickleby Nickelbig N
Quenby Cƿenbig N
Shelby Scelbig N
Stembern - N
Stemburig - N
Stenard - N
Stenchel Stencel N
Stengrim - N
Stenmer - N
Stenolph Stenulf N
Olbert Ulbert N
Olbern Ulbern N
Olchel Ulcel N
Olgrim Ulgrim N
Olph Ulf N
Olmer Ulmer N
Olnoth Ulnoð N
Olsey Ulseg N
Olstan Ulstan N
Olvard Ulfard N
Olvat Ulfat N
Olvelm Ulfelm N
Olvey Ulfeg N
Olverich Ulferic N
Olvered Ulfered N
Olvin Olfin N
Olvoak Olfoak N
Atholph Aðulf -
Dayard Dageard -
Daybald Dagbald -
Daybury Dagburig -
Dayild Dagild -
Dayfrith Dagfrið -
Daylof Dagloff -
Daymer Dagmer -
Daynight Dagnigt -
Dayred Dagred -
Daythrith Dagðrið -
Dayelm Dagelm -
Dayvin Dagfin -
Daywald Dagƿald -
Daywin Dagƿin -
Daywolph Dagƿulf -
Dedbald - -
Dedburig - -
Deddath Deddað -
Deddild - -
Dedman - -
Dedmer - -
Dedwin Dedƿin -
Fimbert - -
Finard - -
Finstan - -
Finn - -
Heyday Hegdag -
Hunson Hunsun -
Kinnath Kinnað -
Nitred - -
Nitward Nitƿard -
Chelbeam Celbeam N
Chelbarn Celbarn N
Chelbert Celbert N
Chelbern Celbern N
Chellive Cellife N
Chelthane Celðane N
Edchel Edcel N
Swain Sƿagn N
Gladly Gladig -
Cat - -
Huck - -
Snake - -
Thames Tems -
Bilwhite Bilhƿite -
Quen Cƿen -
Edge Edg -
Edgebath Edgbað -
Edgebern Edgbern -
Edgebrand Edgbrand -
Edgeferth Edgferð -
Edgeman Edgman -
Edgemod Edgmod -
Edgestan Edgstan -
Edgeswith Edgsƿið -
Edgethrith Edgðrið -
Edgeway Edgƿag -
Edgewer Edgƿer -
Edgild - -
Chap Ceap -
Cooper - -
Earlen - UN
Hartowen Hartoƿen UN
Windar Ƿindar -
Chell Cell N
Howard Hoƿard N
Ollie Ullie N
Severn Sefern B
Ain Agn -
Al - -
Ald - -
Alph Alf -
Arwald Arƿald -
Edder - -
Thedlock Þedlock -
Sye - -
Syer - -
Thedward Þedƿard -
Wilmod Ƿilmod -
Hambald - -
Hambert - -
Hamil - -
Hammard - -
Hammils - -
Hammund - -
Hamrich Hamric -
Hamwald Hamƿald -
Holibald - -
Holibert - -
Holiday Holidag -
Holiman - -
Holimer - -
Holired - -
Holithrith Holiðrið -
Bertren - UN
Dill - -
Dillard - -
Dilley Dilleg -
Dilton Diltun -
Hack - -
Hacker - -
Hackman - -
Hackolph Hackulf -
Hackoun Hackune -
Hadd Had -
Hadder - -
Haddolph Haddulf -
Hadwald Hadƿald -
Hadway Hadƿag -
Hadwin Hadƿin -
Hungar - -
Hunnild - -
Hunnils - -
Hunman - -
Hunrich Hunric -
Ithelm Iðelm -
Hunchel Huncel N
Grimchel Grimcel N
Grimfrith Grimfrið N
Gunleaf - N
Gunn Gun N
Gunnar - N
Gunnild - N
Gunning - N
Gunnolph Gunnulf N
Gunstan - N
Gunsey Gunseg N
Gunred - N
Gunwald Gunƿald N
Gunward Gunƿard N
Gunwhat Gunhƿat N
Ring - -
Ringbert - -
Ringer - -
Ringman - -
Ringolph Ringulf -
Ringwald Ringƿald -
Ringwin Ringƿin -
Rocco - F
Rock - -
Rocky Rockig -
Rockard - -
Rockolph Rockulf -
Rod - -
Rodbald - -
Rodbert - -
Roddar - -
Roddolph Roddulf -
Rodgar - -
Rodman - -
Rodmund - -
Rodrich Rodric -
Rodrith Rodrið -
Rodwald Rodƿald -
Rodward Rodƿard -
Rodway Rodƿag -
Rood - -

My personal favorite additions are Rothschild (Roðscild, U), Gumbald, Margrot, Churlman (Cerlman, U), Throckmorton (Þrockmortun), Billem, Thedder (Þedder, B), Woolloph (Ƿulluf), Thingbert (Þingbert), Goodood, Elbert, Ernyat (Erngeat), Gufferth (Gufferð), Wizard (Ƿisard), Ludlow (Ludloƿ), Witty (Ƿitty), Engleman (Engelman), Wally (Ƿally), Wirtyern (Ƿirtgern), Modding, Playar, Yeldolph (Geldulf), Pilgrim, Hanrich (Hanric), Ivard (Ifard), Almund, Sambert, Florbert, Izolph (Isulf), Wormbald (Ƿurmbald), Sedge (Sedg), and Hacker.
I've also done many other minor edits to the page, such as fixing typos and adding bornes.

Stuff I Made Up[edit]

Words I Made Up
English Anglisc (if different) Meaning Kind Notes
shathegladness scaðegladness gloating; schadenfreude Noun Calque of Swedish ‘skadeglädje’. Compare German ‘Schadenfreude’.
soundhood sundhood wellness Noun Calque of German ‘Gesundheit’.
crankhood - unwellness; sickness Noun Calque of German ‘Krankheit’.
blahblahman - a barbarian Noun Plural: blahblahmen. Calque of ‘barbarian’.
blahblahish blahblahisc barbaric Adjective Calque of ‘barbaric’.
hand-me-down hand-me-dune an item (such as clothing) that is passed along for someone else to use Noun Already common-place, but can be used as a replacement for ‘secondhand’.
queerdom cƿeerdom LGBTQIA+ Noun The term ‘queer’ is considered derogatory by some, and not because it is borrowed from Scots. Use with care.
forone - unite Verb Takes inspiration from the equivalent word from German, Dutch, Frisian, and the Norse languages.
foroned - united Verb -
foronedom - a union Noun -
foronehood - unity Noun -
newmandale neƿmandale a Neanderthal Adjective/Noun Calque of German ‘Neandertal’, which means ‘(Joachim) Neander's dale’. Joachim was born with the surname ‘Neumann’.
wordsmith ƿordsmið someone who studies or makes words Noun Already used by many in the Discord.
namesmith namesmið someone who studies or makes names Noun -
namelore - the study of names Noun -
landsknight landsknigt a lansquenet; a mercenary Noun Calque of German ‘Landsknecht’.
Sheddeny Sceddeny Scandinavia Proper Noun Both OE "Sċedeniġ" and L "Scandināvia" are from PG ‘*Skadinawjō’.
Finsheddeny Finsceddeny Fennoscandia Proper Noun -
Caliphland Califland California Proper Noun The name ‘California’ ultimately comes from a play-on-words, with ‘caliph’ and ‘-ia’, the latter of which I have substituted for ‘land’.
Lower Caliphland Loƿer Califland Baja California Proper Noun -
Lower Caliphland South Loƿer Califland Suðe Baja California Sur Proper Noun Spanish ‘sur’ actually traces its origins from OE ‘suð’.
churl cerl a fellow; a guy; a bloke; a dude; a chap Noun Original meaning before obtaining negative connotations, similar to how its cognates are used today.
highness higeness majesty Noun In NE, the term is mostly used as a synonym for "Your Majesty"; In Anglish, the term can be broadened to replace the word in-general, I.E. ‘the highness of the Great Pyramids’.
easterey eastereg a secret hidden in an unlikely place; an Easter egg Noun Can be used for both the traditional sense, and the modern sense. Would probably be undercase in the latter sense, but not certainly.
earthbound earðbund practical; realistic; pragmatic Noun -
homestuck - feeling unwell after being in a tight space; cabin fever; stir-crazy Noun Forgive me.
undertale - a story taking place mostly or entirely underground; a cave story Noun -
freewillinger freeƿillinger a volunteer Noun Calque of German ‘Freiwilliger’.
Feenland - Phoenicia Proper Noun -
littlerich littelric a micronation Noun -
frithsine friðsine a pacifist Noun Calque of Icelandic ‘friðarsinni’.
frithhood friðhood pacifism Noun -
kindheart - merciful Adjective Alternatively ‘mildheart’.
kindheartness - mercy Noun Alternatively ‘mildheartness’.
kindheartly - mercifully adjective Alternatively ‘mildheartly’.
Englesex Engelsex the land of the Anglo-Saxons Proper Noun Made in likeness of places like Sussex.
inlock - an enclave Noun
outlock utelock an exclave Noun Made in likeness of the above entry.
hurlbat - a type of club Noun Also found as ‘hurlbat’, ‘whirlbat’, and ‘whorlbat’.
Ilsbert Islands Ilsbert Ilands Gilbert Islands; Kiribati Proper Noun ‘Kiribati’ is a rendering of ‘Gilbert’, and ‘Ilsbert’ is the Anglish kin to that.
Richport Ricport Puerto Rico Proper Noun Calque: Puerto Rico.
Litstan - Liechtenstein Proper Noun Calque: Liechtenstein. Can be altered to: Listan.
Littlebury Littelbury Luxembourg Proper Noun Calque: Luxembourg.
washbear ƿascbear a racoon Noun Calque: Waschbär
hangups - suspenders Noun or: hanguppers

Names I Made Up
English Anglish Kind Whence Forebear Foreword Afterword Background
Ludmuth Ludmuð Unfounded *Hlūdmūþ hlūd mūþ Not found in OE. From the same source as the nickname ‘loudmouth’.
Chaddar Ceaddar Quickened Ċeadhere ċead here Can also be spelled: Chadder (Ceadder). Not kin with the stow-name (and cheese name) ‘Cheddar’.
Sandwich Sandƿic Lastname - sand ƿiċ Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Sandƿiċ’. The food was named after the stow by the 4th Earl of Sandwich, John Montagu (1718-1792).
Hambury Hambury Unfounded *Hāmburg hām burg Not found in OE. A name which would be kin with the German stow-name ‘Hamburg’, of which the food is borne by.
Bosworth Bosƿorð Lastname - bōs ƿorþ Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Bosƿorþ’. Borne by English wordsmith Joseph Bosworth (1788-1876).
Bockwurm Bockƿurm Unfounded *Bōcƿyrm bōc ƿyrm Not found in OE. From the same source as the nickname ‘bookworm’.
Churlmain Cerlmagn Unfounded *Ċeorlmæġen ċeorl mæġen Not found in OE. Would be kin with the French name ‘Charlemagne’.
Sealand Sealand Lastname - land Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Sǣland’. Borne by the Dutch shire of Zeeland, of which the island of New Zealand is named after. Also borne by a littlerich off the coast of Suffolk.
Norfolk Norfolk Lastname - norþ folc Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Norðfolc’.
Shellington Scellingtun Lastname - ṡċylf ing + tūn Can also be spelled: Scellington (Skellingtun), Skellington (Skellingtun). Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Ṡċylflingatūn’. Not tied to the word ‘skeleton’.
Harbery Harbery Unfounded *Herebeorg here beorg Not known as a name in OE. From the same source as the word ‘harbor’.
Whass Hƿass Quickened Hƿæssa hƿæt (?) siġe (?) Borne by a man whom the stead of Washington was named after.
Blackberd Blackberd Unfounded *Blæcbeard blæc beard Not found in OE. From a nickname for someone with a thick black beard. Borne by the fearsome pirate, Edward ‘Blackbeard’ Teach (around 1680–1718).
Redberd Redberd Unfounded *Rēadbeard rēad beard Not found in OE. From a nickname for someone with a thick red beard. Kin with the Italian name ‘Barbarossa’, as borne by Holy Roman Emperor, Frederick I (around 1122–1190).
Langberd Langberd Unfounded *Langbeard lang beard Not found in OE. From a nickname for someone with a long beard. Kin with the Italian name ‘Lombard’.
Isenman Isenman Unfounded *Īsenmann īsen mann Not found in OE. From a nickname for someone who was a tough as iron.
Pennyworth Pennyƿorð Quickened Peningƿorþ pening ƿorþ Not known as a name in OE. From a word for something that could be bought with merely a penny.
Gumshoe Gumscoe Lastname *Gumṡċio gum ṡċio Not known as a name in OE. From a nickname for a cop, who would often have gum on their shoes.
Leetyer Leetger Unfounded *Lēohtġēar lēoht ġēar Not found in OE. From the word ‘lightyear’, as in: how much distance light travels in a year.
Allowander Alloƿander Unfounded - - ander Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Greek name ‘Alexander’. The foreword, OE ‘ealgian’, is kin through PIE; the afterword, ‘ander’, was borrowed right from Greek.
Malthew Malðeƿ Unfounded *Mæþelþēoƿ mæþel þēoƿ Made in likeness of the Hebrew name ‘Matthew’.
Kenneth Kenneð Unfounded *Cēnhȳþ cēne hȳþ Not found in OE. Crafty wordplay by likeness to the name ‘Kenneth’, with which it’s not kin, and is rather a Scottish name meaning ‘handsome’.
Churchbur Circbur Unfounded *Ċirċebūr ċirċe būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Kirby’.
Colbur Colbur Unfounded *Cōlbūr cōl būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Colby’.
Darbur Darbur Unfounded *Dēorbūr dēor būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Derby’.
Ridgebur Ridgbur Unfounded *Hryċġbūr hryċġ būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Rigby’.
Selbur Selbur Unfounded *Sealhbūr sealh būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Shelby’.
Stanwall Stanƿall Quickened Stānƿeall stan ƿeall Not a given name in OE. From a nickname for someone who was as sturdy as a stone wall.
Gatherer Gaðerer Unfounded *Gadera ♂, *Gadero ♀ gader - Not a given name in OE. Made to be paired with the name ‘Hunter’.
Wid Ƿid Quickened Ƿidu ƿidu - Not a given name in OE. Tied to the word ‘wood’. Kin with the French name ‘Guy’, and the Italian name ‘Guido’.
Wiswid Ƿisƿid Unfounded *Ƿīsƿidu ƿīs ƿidu Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the nickname ‘wise guy’.
Goodwid Goodƿid Unfounded *Gōdƿidu gōd ƿidu Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the nickname ‘good guy’.
Badwid Badƿid Unfounded *Beaduƿidu beadu ƿidu Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the nickname ‘bad guy’.
Toughwid Tuffid Unfounded *Tōhƿidu tōh ƿidu Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the nickname ‘tough guy’.
Heavy Heafy Unfounded *Hefiġ hefiġ - Not a name in OE. From the word for something heavy.
Anderthew Anderðeƿ Unfounded *Anderþēoƿ ander þēoƿ Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Greek name ‘Andrew’.
Alvis Alfis Quickened Ælfhyse ælf hyse Not tied to the Anglo-Norman name ‘Elvis’.
Lockwood Lockƿood Lastname - loc ƿudu Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Locƿudu’.
Harrier Harrier Living Harƿen harƿen - Not a given name in OE.
Carell Carell Unfounded *Cārhyll cār hyll Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the French name ‘Carol’.
Carelwin Carelƿin Unfounded *Cārhyllƿynn cār + hyll ƿynn Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the French name ‘Caroline’.
Carson Carsun Unfounded *Cārsunu cār sunu Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Scottish name ‘Carson’, to which its not tied.
Frankling Frankling Unfounded *Francling franc ling Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Anglo-Norman name ‘Franklin’.
Ram Ram Quickened Ramm ramm - Not a given name in OE. From the everyday word for wered sheep. Not an Anglish name when short for the Hindi name ‘Rama’, or the Hebrew name ‘Ram’.
Ewe Eƿe Quickened Eoƿu eoƿu - Not a given name in OE. From the everyday word for wived sheep. Not tied to the Hebrew name ‘Eve’.
Rushmore Ruscmore Lastname Ryṡċmere ryṡċ mere May also be spelled: Rushmere (Ruscmere), Rushmar (Ruscmar). Not a given name in OE. Borne by American businessman and attorney Charles E. Rushmore (1857–1931), for whom Mount Rushmore is named.
Toungestan Tungstan Unfounded *Tungestān tunge stān Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the word ‘tungsten’.
Yonchurl Geoncerl Unfounded *Iohannes ċeorl - ċeorl May also be spelled: Yonschurl (Geonscerl). Not a given name in OE. Would be kin to the French name ‘Jean-Charles’, and the Italian name ‘Giancarlo’.
Yonwid Geonƿid Unfounded *Iohannes ƿidu - ƿidu May also be spelled: Yonswid (Geonsƿid). Not a given name in OE. Would be kin to the French name ‘Jean-Guy’.
Yonludway Geonludƿag Unfounded *Iohannes Hlūdƿīġ - hlūd + ƿīġ May also be spelled: Yonsludway (Geonsludƿag). Not a given name in OE. Would be kin to the French name ‘Jean-Louis’, and the Italian name ‘Gianluigi’.
Yonnolph Geonulf Unfounded *Iohannes ƿulf - ƿulf May also be spelled: Yonswolph (Geonsƿulf). Not a given name in OE. Would be kin to the French name ‘Jean-Loup’.
Yonmark Geonmark Unfounded *Iohannes mearc - mearc May also be spelled: Yonsmark (Geonsmark). Not a given name in OE. Would be kin to the French name ‘Jean-Marc’, and the Italian name ‘Gianmarco’.
Yonfrank Geonfrank Unfounded *Iohannes franc - franc May also be spelled: Yonsfrank (Geonsfrank). Not a given name in OE. Would be kin to the French name ‘Jean-François’, and the Italian name ‘Gianfranco’.
Yonmarry Geonmarry Unfounded *Iohannes Maria - - May also be spelled: Yonsmarry (Geonsmarry). Not a given name in OE. Would be kin to the French name ‘Jean-Marie’, and the Italian name ‘Gianmaria’.
Rosemarry Rosemarry Unfounded *Rōsemaria rōse - Not a given name in OE. Would be kin to the Anglo-Norman name ‘Rosemary’, and the French name ‘Rose-Marie’.
Answar Ansƿar Unfounded *Andsƿaru and sƿaru Not known as a name in OE. From the same source as the word ‘answer’. Kin with the Norse names ‘Assar’ and ‘Össur’.
Fleettough Fleettoug Quickened - flēot - Not a given name in OE. From the OE word 'flēottoƿa', meaning: (an) admiral.
Thornwin Þornƿin Unfounded *Þornƿine ♂, *Þornƿynn ♀ þorn ƿine, ƿynn Not found in OE.
Churlwise Cerlƿise Unfounded *Ċeorlƿīs ċeorl ƿīs Not found in OE.
Meanswell Meansƿell Lastname - mǣne ƿille Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Mǣnesƿille’. Borne by mayor of LazyTown, Milford Meanswell (1944 onwards).
Anton Antun Unfounded *Antūn an tūn Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the name ‘Anton’, to which its not kin, which is ultimately from the Latin name ‘Antonius’.
Antonball Antunball Unfounded *Antūnbeall an + tūn beall Not found in OE. Can also be spelled: Antomball (Antumball).
Antonblast Antunblast Unfounded *Antūnblǣst an + tūn blǣst Not found in OE. Can also be spelled: Antomblest (Antumblest).
Tumbury Tumbury Unfounded *Tūnburg tūn burg Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Swedish name ‘Thunberg’.
Garris Garris Unfounded - gār - Not found in OE. A lastname for someone fathered by a ‘Garry’. Straightforwardly: Garry’s.
Garrison Garrisun Unfounded - gār son Not found in OE. A lastname for the son of a ‘Garry’. Straightforwardly: Garry’s son. Not tied to the word for an outpost.
Garrismod Garrismod Unfounded - gār mōd Not found in OE. Also found as: ‘Garrysmod’.
Heywie Hegƿie Unfounded - hēah ƿeard Not found in OE. A nickname of ‘Heyward’, made by likeness to, and kin with the name ‘Howie’ (from Anglo-Norse ‘Howard’).
Lem Lem Unfounded - ƿill helm Not found in OE. A nickname of ‘Willem’, made by likeness to, and kin with the name ‘Liam’ (an Irish nickname ultimately from Anglo-Norman ‘William’).
Sifolk Sifolk Unfounded *Siġefolc siġe folc Not found in OE. This name would have the same meaning as the Norman name ‘Nicholas’.
Milhouse Milhuse Lastname - mylen hūs Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Mylenhūs’. Kin with the German name ‘Mülhausen’.
Kingham Kingham Lastname - cynning hām Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Cynninghām’. Also found as: ‘Cunningham’.
Snottingham Snottingham Quickened - Snot ing + hām Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Snotingahām’. The Normans found the consonant cluster /sn/ difficult to pronounce, so they dropped the initial S, leading to ‘Nottingham’.
Snot Snot Quickened Snot snoter (?) - Could be from OE ‘ġesnot’ referring to the nosestuff, but instead could be from OE ‘snoter’, meaning: wise.
Dickbur Dickbur Unfounded *Dīcbūr dīc būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Digby’.
Bermbur Bermbur Unfounded *Beornbūr beorn būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Barnaby’.
Gangham Gangham Unfounded *Ganghām gang hām Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Korean stow-name ‘강남’ (‘Gangnam’).
Bushbur Buscbur Unfounded *Busċbūr busċ būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Bubsy’.
Chat Ceat Quickened Ċeatta ċead (?) - Borne by Chat of Lichfield. Not tied to the word ‘chatter’. See also: Chad.
Chatburn Ceatburn Quickened - Ċeatta burne Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Ċeattasburne’, meaning: Chat’s burn (stream).
Childbur Cildbur Unfounded *Ċildbūr ċild būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse names ‘Kelby’ and ‘Kilby’.
Farmington Farmingtun Lastname - feorm ing + tūn Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Feormingatūn’.
Nicklebur Nickelbur Quickened Nicholausbūr Nicholaus būr Not a given name in OE. The inborn shape of the Anglo-Norse name ‘Nickleby’, from the stow-name meaning ‘Nicholas' town’.
Quembur Cƿembur Unfounded *Cƿēnbūr cƿēn būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse names ‘Quenby’ and ‘Quimby’.
Rookbury Rookbury Quickened Hrōcburg hrōc burg Can also be spelled: Rookbur. Not a given name in OE. This is the inborn shape of the word that became the town of ‘Rugby’.
Uppolph Uppulf Unfounded *Uppƿulf upp ƿulf Can also be spelled: Uppulph (Uppulf). Not found in OE.
Garway Garƿag Unfounded *Garƿīġ gār ƿīġ Not found in OE. Would be kin with the German name ‘Gerwig’.
Kenway Kenƿag Quickened Cēnƿīġ cēne ƿīġ Also found with the frozen spelling ‘Cenewig’.
Thrithway Þriðƿag Quickened Þrȳþƿīġ þrȳþ ƿīġ Also found with the frozen spelling ‘Thrythwig’.
Seway Seƿag Unfounded *Siġeƿīġ siġe ƿīġ Not found in OE. Would be kin with the German name ‘Sigilwig’.
Hadway Hadƿag Unfounded *Hādƿīġ hād ƿīġ Not found in OE. Would be kin with the German name ‘Heidewig’.
Neybur Negbur Unfounded *Nēahbūr nēah būr Not known as a name in OE. From the same source as the word ‘neighbor’.
Dan Dan Quickened - dene - A variation on the name ‘Dean’. Not an Anglish name when a shortening of ‘Daniel’. See also: Dane, Dean, Dene.
Garman Garman Lastname Gārmann gār mann Not a given name in OE. Would be kin with the German name ‘Germann’; said name is not kin with the word ‘German’.
Dud Dud Quickened Dudda - - This name is used in the lastname ‘Dudley’ (OE: ‘Duddaslēah’).
Hud Hud Quickened Hūda - - This name is used in the lastname ‘Hudson’ (OE: ‘Hūdassunu’).
Huck Huck Lastname Hucca - - This name is used in the lastname ‘Huxley’ (OE: ‘Huccaslēah’).
Pickard Pickard Unfounded *Pīcheard pīc heard Not found in OE. Would be kin with the French name ‘Picard’.
Bernchurl Berncerl Unfounded *Beornċeorl beorn ċeorl Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Bjornkarl’.
Churlander Cerlander Unfounded *Ċeorlander ċeorl ander Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Karlander’.
Churlley Cerlleg Unfounded *Ċeorllēah ċeorl lēah Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Anglo-Norse name ‘Karleigh’.
Crombeard Crombeard Unfounded *Crumbbeard crumb beard Not found in OE.
Marigold Marigold Living *Mariagold - gold Not found in OE. The given name comes from the name of the flower, which comes from ME ‘marigolde’ (Mary's gold).
Churlleaf Cerlleaf Unfounded *Ċeorllēof ċeorl lēof Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Karleif’.
Farnworth Farnƿorð Lastname - fearn ƿorþ Also found as: Farnsworth (Anglish Spelling: Farnsƿorð). Not a given name in OE. From the town in Manchester, from the OE stow-name ‘Fearnƿorþ’. Borne by a player in the 2000s American TV show ‘Futurama’.
Wald Ƿald Unfounded - hēah ƿeard Not found in OE. A nickname of ‘Waldar’, made by likeness to, and kin with the name ‘Walt’ (from Norman 'Walt').
Goldilocks Goldilocks Surname - gold locc Not found in OE. From a lastname that began as a nickname for a child with golden hair. Borne by the main player from the wondertale of the alike name.
Bockward Bockƿard Quickened - bōc ƿeard Not known as a name in OE. From the OE word 'bōcƿeard', meaning: (a) librarian.
Burward Burƿard Quickened - bōc ƿeard Not known as a name in OE. From the OE word 'burhƿeard', meaning: (a) city guard.
Carman Carman Lastname Cārmann cār mann Not a given name in OE. Not tied to the Hebrew name ‘Carmen’, which is instead a shape of ‘Carmel’.
Marton Martun Lastname - mǣre tūn Not found in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Mǣretūn’. Not tied to the name ‘Martin’, which is from the Latin name ‘Mārtīnus’. Also not tied to the English word ‘marten’.
Hildley Hildleg Lastname - hild lēah Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Hildlēah’, meaning: hild-lea (battlefield).
Gumchurl Gumcerl Unfounded *Gumċeorl guma ċeorl Not found in OE.
Elwhit Elhƿit Unfounded *Æþelhƿīt æþel hƿīt Not found in OE. Would be kin with the German name ‘Edelweiß’, as borne by the blossom.
Hamling Hamling Unfounded *Hāmling hām ling Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Anglo-Norman name ‘Hamlin’.
Almund Almund Unfounded *Ælmund æl mūnd Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the word ‘almond’.
Dusk Dusk Living - - - Not a given name in OE. From the word meaning the end of the day, from OE ‘dox’, meaning: dark (referring to the sky becoming night).
Cratman Cratman Unfounded *Crætmann cræt mann Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Anglo-Norse name ‘Cartman’.
Frankstan Frankstan Unfounded *Francstān franc stān Not found in OE. Would be kin with the German name ‘Frankenstein’.
Ayembarn Agembarn Unfounded *Anġenbearn anġen bearn Not found in OE.
Anyisle Angisel Surname Anġīsel, Ānġīls an, ān ġīsel, ġīls Can also be spelled: Anyisel (Angisel). A blend of two Old English names that would likely have blended into one another over time.
Anwald Anƿald Surname Anƿeald, Ānƿeald an, ān ƿeald A blend of two Old English names that would likely have blended into one another over time. The German word ‘Anwalt’ (meaning: a lawyer) is kin, with it also coming from the OE word.
Swinnund Sƿinnund Unfounded *Sƿīnhund sƿīne hund Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the word ‘swinehound’, a calque of German ‘Schweinehund’.
Swinnolph Sƿinnulf Quickened Sƿīnƿulf sƿīne ƿulf Can also be spelled: Swinnulph (Sƿinnulf). Meaning: pig-hunter.
Crambury Crambury Unfounded *Cranburg cran burg Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the word ‘cranberry’.
Yardsbur Geardsbur Unfounded *Ġeardbūr ġeard būr Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Gadsby’/‘Gatsby’.
Samwell Samƿell Unfounded *Sāmƿille sām ƿille Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Hebrew name ‘Samuel’.
Everwest Eferƿest Unfounded *Eoferƿest eofer ƿest Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the name ‘Everest’, to which its not kin, and is instead from the French name ‘Devereaux’.
Yeston Gestun Unfounded *Gestūn gest tūn Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Norman name ‘Gaston’.
Yestloud Gestlude Unfounded *Gesthlūd gest hlūd Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Slavic name ‘Gostislav’.
Churlight Cerligt Unfounded *Ċeorlƿiht ċeorl ƿiht Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Norman name ‘Charlotte’.
Odbern Odbern Unfounded *Ƿādbeorn ƿād beorn Not found in OE. Meaning: blue-bear.
Burley Burleg Unfounded *Burglēah burg lēah Not found in OE.
Both Boð Unfounded - hrōþ - Not found in OE. Rhyming nickname for ‘Roth’, pet form of ‘Rothbert’. Kin with the Anglo-Norman name ‘Bob’. See also: ‘Roth’.
Dich Dic Unfounded - rīċ - Not found in OE. Rhyming nickname for Rick, pet form of Richard. Kin with the name ‘Dick’. See also: ‘Rich’.
Echurl Ecerl Unfounded *Ēoċeorl eoh ċeorl Not found in OE.
Heyman Hegman Surname Hēahmann hēah mann Kin with the Netherlandish name ‘Hayman’.
Coward Cuƿard Lastname - hierde Not a given name in OE. From the OE working name, ‘Cūhierda’, meaning: a cow-herder, cowherd. Not tied to the word ‘coward’, which comes from French.
Whatever Hƿatefer Unfounded *Hƿæteofer hƿæt eofer Not known as a name in OE.
Ebert Ebert Unfounded *Eohbeorht eoh beorht Not known as a name in OE. Not tied to the mainland name ‘Ebert’, which is instead a shortening of the German name ‘Eberhard’.
Heyway Hegƿag Unfounded *Hēahƿeġ hēah ƿeġ Not known as a name in OE. From the same source as the word ‘highway’.
Heywayman Hegƿagman Unfounded *Hēahƿeġmann hēah + ƿeġ mann Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the word ‘highwayman’.
Churlgrat Cerlgrat Unfounded *Ċeorlgrēat ċeorl grēat Not found in OE. Made in likeness of German ‘Karl der Große’.
Falstaff Felstaff Unfounded *Felstaf fela stæf Not found in OE. Made-up by Shakespeare for his Henry IV plays.
Samand Samand Unfounded *Sāmæþel sām and Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the name ‘Samantha’.
Quenwife Cƿenƿife Unfounded *Cƿēnƿīf cƿēn ƿīf Not found in OE.
Anderwife Anderƿife Unfounded *Anderƿīf ander ƿīf Not found in OE.
Knuvife Knufife Unfounded *Cnofƿīf cnof ƿīf Not found in OE.
Quemberley Cƿemburleg Unfounded *Cƿēnburgaslēah cƿēn burg + lēah Can also be spelled: Quemberly (Cƿemburly). Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the name ‘Kimberley’.
Chadward Ceadƿard Unfounded *Ċeadƿeard ċead ƿeard Not found in OE.
Upward Upƿard Unfounded *Uppƿeard upp ƿeard Not found in OE.
Suckerbury Suckerbury Unfounded *Sūccerburg sūccere burg Not found in OE. A name which would be kin with the German stow-name ‘Zuckerburg’.
Bilyate Bilgeate Unfounded Billġēat bill ġēat [2] Not found in OE.
Wilsmith Ƿilsmið Unfounded Ƿillsmiþ ƿill smiþ Not found in OE.
Bilney Bilneg Unfounded Billġēat bill ġēat [2] Can also be spelled: Bilnye. Not found in OE.
Sherbert Scerbert Lastname Ṡċīrbeorht ṡċīr beorht Not tied to the ice ream ‘sherbet’, which is from Arabic.
Chilchrist Cilcrist Quickened Ċillecrist ċille crist
Chrisfield Crisfield Lastname - crist feld Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Cristfeld’.
Chrisford Crisford Lastname - crist ford Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Cristford’.
Christard Cristard Unfounded *Cristheard crist heard Not found in OE. Would be kin with the German name ‘Christhard’.
Thunderwald Þunderƿald Unfounded *Þunorƿeald þuner ƿeald Not found in OE. Would be kin with the Norse name ‘Torvald’.
Billeigh Billeg Lastname - bill lēah Not a given name in OE. From the OE stow-name ‘Billēah’.
Werwolph Ƿerƿulf Quickened Ƿerƿulf ƿer [2] ƿulf Can also be spelled: Werwulf (Ƿerƿulf). Not a given name in OE. Kin with the word ‘werewolf’.
Malcombe Malcombe Unfounded Mæþelcume mæþel cume Can also be spelled: Malcomb. Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the Scottish name ‘Malcolm’.
Arwolph Arƿulf Unfounded Earhƿulf earh ƿulf Can also be spelled: Arwulph (Arƿulf). Not found in OE.
Wandolph Ƿandulf Unfounded Ƿandulf ƿand ƿulf Can also be spelled: Wandulf (Ƿandulf). Not found in OE. Would be kin with the name ‘Gandolf’.
Frehold Frehold Unfounded *Frēaheald frēa heald Not found in OE.
Calvin Calfin Unfounded *Cealfƿine cealf ƿine Not found in OE. Made in likeness of the name ‘Calvin’, to which its not tied, and is instead from the French name ‘Cauvin’.

CMZ's Sentences[edit]

The following are some random sentences and quotes I've made Anglish
English Anglish Anglish with Anglish Spelling
“George Washington was the first president of the United States.” Yorry Washington was the Oned States' first foresitter.” “Georry Ƿascingtun ƿas þe Oned States' first foresitter.”
“An Englishman, a Welshman, and a Scotsman walk into a bar; they didn't pay the Bill.” “An Angle, a Wallow, and a Scot walk into an alehouse; hy lathed not the Ire.” “An Angel, a Ƿalloƿ, and a Skot ƿalk into an alehuse; hy laðed not þe Ire.”
Manifesto of the Communist Party was written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.” Communistish Party's Manifest was written by Churl Marks and Frithrich Engles.” Communistisc Party's Manifest ƿas ƿritten by Cerl Marks and Friðric Engels.”
“‘All women are queens!’ ‘If she breathes, she's a thot!’” “‘All wives be queens!’ ‘If she breathes, she's a whore!’” “‘All ƿifes be cƿeens!’ ‘If sce breaðes, sce's a hƿore!’”
“When they burned the Library of Alexandria, the crowd cheered in horrible joy. They understood that there was something older than wisdom, and it was fire; and something truer than words, and it was ashes.” “When hy burned the Alexandry's Bookhouse, the crowd herried in awful glee. Hy understood that there was something older than wisdom, and it was fire; and something truer than words, and it was ashes.” “Hƿen hy burned þe Alexandry's Bookhuse, þe cruƿd herried in aƿful glee. Hy understood þat þere ƿas sumðing older þan ƿisdom, and it ƿas fire; and sumðing treƿer þan ƿords, and it ƿas asces.”
“Trans rights are human rights!” “Yonder rights be man rights!” “Geonder rigts be man rigts!”
“Hi, I'm Saul Goodman. Did you know that you have rights? The Constitution says you do — and so do I. I believe that until proven guilty, every man, woman, and child in this country is innocent — and that's why I fight for you, Albuquerque!” “Hey, I'b Saul Goodman. Did you know that you have rights? The Groundlaw says you do — and so do I. I believe that until proven guilty, every were, wife, and wane in this land is unshildy — and that's why I fight for you, Albuquerque!” “Heg, I'b Saul Goodman. Did geƿ knoƿ þat geƿ haf rigts? Þe Grundlaƿ sags geƿ do — and so do I. I belief þat until profen giltig, efery ƿere, ƿife, and ƿane in þis land is unscildy — and þat's hƿy I figt for geƿ, Albuquerque!”
it's a beautiful day outside. birds are singing, flowers are blooming… on days like these, kids like you… Should be burning in hell.” 'tis a fair day outside. birds be singing, blossoms be blooming… on days like these, kids like thee… Should be burning in hell.” 'tis a fair dag uteside. birds be singing, blossoms be blooming… on dags like þese, kids like þee… Sculd be burning in hell.”
“Dear Mario: Please come to the castle. I've baked a cake for you. Yours truly — Princess Toadstool.” “Dear Mary: Kindly come to the castle. I've baked a kitch for thee. Thine truly — Lady Toadstool.” “Dear Marry: Kindly cum to þe castel. I'fe baked a kic for þee. Þine treƿly — Lady Toadstool.”
“My name is Cleveland Brown, and I am proud to be right back in my hometown, with my new family. There's old friends, and new friends, and even a bear. Through good times and bad times, it's true love we share — and so I found a place where everyone will know my happy mustache face!” “My name is Cleveland Brown, and I be proud to be right back in mine hometown, with my new hewish-hird. There's old friends and new friends, and even a bear. Through good times and bad times, it's true love we share — and so I found a stow where everyone will know mine happy kemp-grane leer!” “My name is Clefeland Brune, and I be prude to be rigt back in mine hometune, ƿið my neƿ heƿisc-hird. Þere's old friends and neƿ friends, and efen a bear. Þruge good times and bad times, it's treƿ lofe ƿe scare — and so I fund a stoƿ hƿere eferyone ƿill knoƿ mine happy kemp-grane leer!”
“John Freeman — who was Gordon Freeman's brother — was one day in an office, typing on a computer.” “Yon Freeman — who was Gorton Freeman's brother — was one day at work, kinding on a reckoner.” “Geon Freeman — hƿo ƿas Gortun Freeman's broðer — ƿas one dag at ƿork, kinding on a reckoner.”
“I'm Gerald Ford, and you're not.” “I'b Garwald Ford, and you'b not.” “I'b Garƿald Ford, and geƿ'b not.”
“We're so sorry, skeletons, you're so misunderstood. You only want to socialize, but I don't think we should!” We'b so sorry, boneymen, you'b so misunderstood. You only want to talk-alike, but I think we should not!” “Ƿe'b so sorrig, bonegmen, geƿ'b so misunderstood. Geƿ only ƿant to talk-alike, but I þink ƿe sculd not!”
“Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.” “Yeave a man a fish, and thou feedst him for a day; teach a man to fish, and thou feedst him for a lifetime.” “Geef a man a fisc, and þu feedst him for a dag; teac a man to fisc, and þu feedst him for a lifetime.”
“My name is Lucifer Phosphorus — but please, call me ‘Lucy’.” “My name is Louchiver Fosforse — but kindly, call me ‘Louchy’.” “My name is Lucifer Fosforse — but kindlig, call me ‘Lucy’.”
“‘Why on earth did you do that?’ the frog asked morosely, ‘Now we are both going to drown.’ ‘I cannot help it,’ replied the scorpion, ‘it is my nature.’” “‘Why on earth didst thou do that?’ the frosh asked grimly, ‘Now wit be both going to drown.’ ‘I cannot help it,’ edwended the throwend, ‘it is how I be.’” “‘Hƿy on earð didst þu do þat?’ þe frosc asked grimlig, ‘Nue ƿit be boð going to drune.’ ‘I cannot help it,’ edƿended þe þroƿend, ‘it is hue I be.’”
“Death is a rare mercy.” “Death is a seld kindheartness.” “Deað is a seld kindheartness.”
“If smiles are contagious, then I am a bioweapon.” “If smirks be smitting, then I be a lifeweapon.” “If smirks be smitting, þen I be a lifeƿeapon.”
“Listen to me, child! With the power of this amulet, we can conquer all of Scandinavia! Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and even Finland… they will all fall to us!” “Listen to me, child! With this shine's might, wit can overcome all of Sheddeny! Denmarch, Norway, Sweeland, and even Finland… hy will all fall to unk!” “Listen to me, cild! Ƿið þis scine's migt, ƿit can ofercome all of Sceddeny! Denmarc, Norƿag, Sƿeeland, and efen Finland… hy ƿill all fall to unk!”
“Bart, I don't want to alarm you, but there may be a boogeyman or boogeymen in the house!” Bert, I mean not to frighten thee, but there may be a nightganger or nightgangers in the house!” “Bert, I mean not to frigten þee, but þere mag be a nigtganger or nigtgangers in þe huse!”
“A young man stands in his bedroom. It just so happens that today is this young man's birthday. Though it was thirteen years ago he was given life, it is only today he will be given a name!” “A young were stands in his bedroom. It right so happens that today is this young were's birdday. Though it was thirteen years ago he was yeaven life, it is only today he will be yeaven a name!” “A geung ƿere stands in his bedroom. It rigt so happens þat todag is þis geung þere's birddag. Þuge it ƿas þirteen gears ago he ƿas geefen life, it is only todag he ƿill be geefen a name!”
“Go to hell! And tell the devil: I'm coming for him, next!” “Go to hell — and tell the devil that I'b coming for him, next!” “Go to hell — and tell þe defil þat I'b coming for him, next!”
“You, man, are fool enough, it seems, to dare to war with women, when for your faithful ally you might win us easily.” “You, were, be fon enough, it seems, to dare to wye with wives, when for your trothful thoft you might win us eathfully.” “Geƿ, ƿere, be fon enuge, it seems, to dare to ƿye ƿið ƿifes, hƿen for geƿer troðful þoft geƿ migt ƿin us eaðfullig.”
“We had a nice vacation in Poland, this Summer! While we mostly stayed in Warszawa, we also made stops in Kraków, Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk, and even Szczecin!” “We had a lovely holiday in Poland, this Summer! While we mostly stayed in Warsaw, we also made stops in Crackow, Breslaw, Posen, Dantwich, and even Statin!” “Ƿe had a lufly holidag in Poland, þis Summer! Hƿile ƿe mostly staged in Ƿarsaƿ, ƿe also made stops in Crackue, Breslaƿ, Posen, Dantƿic, and efen Statin!”
“I survived because the fire inside me burned brighter than the fire around me.” “I lived since the fire inside me burned brighter than the fire about me.” “I lifed sins þe fire inside me burned brigter þan þe fire abute me.”
“What is better — to be born good, or to overcome your evil nature through great effort?” “What is better — to be born good, or to overcome your evil kind through great work?” “Hƿat is better — to be born good, or to ofercome geƿer efil kind þruge great ƿork?”
“Tonight, you spoke with the devil, and the devil looked alot like you.” “Tonight, thou spokest with the devil; the devil looked alot like thee.” “Tonigt, þu spokest ƿið þe defil; þe defil looked alot like þee.”
“God may judge you, but his sins outnumber your own.” “God may deem thee, but his sins outrime thine own.” “God mag deem þee, but his sins uterime þine oƿn.”
“Can you feel your heart burning? Can you feel the struggle within? The fear within me is beyond anything your soul can make. You cannot kill me in a way that matters.” “Canst thou feel thy heart burning? Canst thou feel the camp within? The fear within me is beyond anything thy soul can make. Thou canst deed me not in a way that weighs.” “Canst þu feel þy heart burning? Canst þu feel þe camp ƿiðin? Þe fear ƿiðin me is begeond anyðing þy soul can make. Þu canst deed me not in a ƿag þat ƿeigs.”
“Can you believe it, guys? Christmas — just a week away! Christmas is in a week! Woohoo! I am so happy about this information. Christmas — just a week away; oh, wow. Can you believe it? Christmas — just in a week. It got here so fast. Christmas is just a —” “Can you believe it, churls? Christmas — but a week away! Christmas is in a week! Woohoo! I am so happy about this knowledge. Christmas — but a week away; oh, wow. Can you believe it? Christmas — but in a week. It yat here so quick. Christmas is but a —” “Can geƿ belief it, cerls? Cristmas — but a ƿeek aƿag! Cristmas is in a ƿeek! Ƿoohoo! I am so happy abute þis knoƿledg. Cristmas — but a ƿeek aƿag; oh, ƿue. Can geƿ belief it? Cristmas — but in a ƿeek. It geat here so cƿick. Cristmas is but a —”
“You clearly don't know who you're talking to, so let me clue you in. I am not in danger; I am the danger. A guy opens his door, and he gets shot; you think that of me? No — I am the one who knocks!” “Thou sheerly knowstn't to whom thou'rt talking, so let me clue thee in. I am not in freekness; I be the freekness. A churl opens his door, and he gets shot; thinkst thou that of me? Nay – I be the one who knocks!” “Þu sceerly knoƿstn't to hƿom þu'rt talking, so let me cleƿ þee in. I am not in freekness; I be þe freekness. A cerl opens his door, and he gets scot; þinkst þu þat of me? Nag – I be þe one hƿo knocks!”
“Madrid is the capital city of Spain, and Lisbon is the capital of Portugal; Andorra is there too, I guess.” “Mackird is Spany's headborough, and Leisborn is Portingale's headborough; Andorry is there too, I think.” “Mackird is Spany's headboroug, and Legsborn is Portingale's headboroug; Andorry is þere too, I þink.”
“Of course you have blue hair and pronouns.” “No wonder thou hast blue heer and forenames.” “No ƿunder þu hast bleƿ heer and forenames.”
“I'm going non-verbal!” “I'b becoming unspeaking!” “I'b becumming unspeaking!”
“All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience, and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.” “All menshes are born free and even in worthiness and rights. Hy are bestowed with shoad and inwit, and should deed one another in brotherhood's soul.” “All mensces are born free and efen in ƿorðiness and rigts. Hy are bestoƿed ƿið scoad and inƿit, and sculd deed one anoðer in broðerhood's soul.”
“I am nothing but a bloody amœba. I am the only man in the country not allowed to give his name to his own children.” “I be nothing but a bloody ameba. I be the only man in the land not leaved to yeave his name to his own children.” “I be noðing but a bloody ameba. I be þe only man in þe land not leafed to geef his name to his oƿn cildren.”
“A language is a dialect with an army and a navy.” “A speech is a bytongue with a heer and a fleet.” “A speec is a bytung ƿið a heer and a fleet.”
“He acknowledged local experts on all the famous streams in Southern England.” “He acknowlaught nearby loresmen on all the well-known streams in Southern England.” “He acknoƿlaugt nearby loresmen on all þe ƿell-knoƿn streams in Suðern England.”
“It is a strange desire to seek power and to lose liberty.” “It is a selcouth yearn to seek might and to lose freedom.” “It is a selcooð gearn to seek migt and to lose freedom.”
“I know that human beings and fish can coexist peacefully.” “I know that menshes and fish can midlive frithfully.” “I knoƿ þat mensces and fisc can midlife friðfullig.”
“They have a much greater appreciation of æsthetics.” “Hy have a much greater thankfulness of estheticks.” “Hy haf a muc greater þankfulness of esðeticks.”
“Embrace your sense of fun fearlessness, and let your inner goddess out!” “Welcome thy meaning of fun fearlest, and let thy inner gidden out!” “Ƿelcum þy meaning of fun fearlest, and let þy inner gidden ute!”
“Have you seen my friend? His name is Jorge Costance” “Hast thou seen my friend? His name is Yorry Costans.” “Hast þu seen my friend? His name is Georry Costans.”
“Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and the security of person.” “Everybody has the right to life, freedom, and the sickerhood of leed.” “Eferybody has þe rigt to life, freedom, and þe sickerhood of leed.”

Links[edit]

My posts I've made on the official subreddit:

https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/tyftuo/terms_relating_to_sexuality_and_such/

https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/w8wa67/an_anglicized_list_of_monarchs_of_the_united_kingdom/

Other users' posts on the subreddit that I think are cool
English
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/snv5fw/the_ills_of_word-for-word_oversetting/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/t60pvu/the_ills_of_oversetting_words_dealwise/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/obdm8j/lessons_from_tolkien/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/ja5e5e/its_okay_to_not_have_a_word_for_everything/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/5kq2zm/what_are_your_rules_for_whether_or_not_you/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/saedq9/how_i_choose_which_latin_and_greek_words_to_keep/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/bstcpy/how_to_avoid_the_word_use/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/733xk8/terms_relating_to_male_and_female/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/g5l2dw/everyday_wordlist_and_quidelist/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/hszl1r/affixes_byfastenings/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/htaqy6/abbreviations_forshortenings/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/136kag9/exploring_what_umlauts_could_have_been/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/hwshqm/punctuation_tokensettings/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/hz3e6m/linguistic_terms_speechlorely_quides/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/he7o88/past_tenses_forthwiten_tides/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/i30hmb/so-called_hard-to-awend_words/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/iixydi/anglicized_norse_mythology/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/ku6wsp/archyarch_and_cracycrat_words/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/htaqy6/abbreviations_forshortenings/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/7yhd2b/which_deer_names_to_overset/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/bwr85r/the_anglish_equivalents_for_fantasy_creatures/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/173k0dt/the_planets_in_anglish/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/xtvsq5/the_original_premise_of_anglish/
https://www.reddit.com/r/anglish/comments/iqtu7a/what_would_be_the_anglish_name_for_australia/g4v10es/

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Zya 'round!