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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by HoskhMatriarch » 04 Aug 2016 04:22

k1234567890y wrote:It is said that if we don't want to be seen in a way we don't want, we should see others in a way they don't want; if we don't want to be handled in a way we don't want, we should handle others in a way they don't want.

I think this is more to be a way to beshield ourselves than a way to make everyone see and handle each other in the same way, indeed, one should not think others will see and handle them in the same way they see and handle others, and it is often true that when thou seest someone as thy friend, they don't see thee as a friend, and thou dost not see someone as a friend while they see thee as a friend, either.
Wait, we should do what others do not want?

Also, could anyone help me overset Old English terms into Anglish, like hæleþ, as well as old Theedish = Germanic, I think that's the sound changes for þiudiskaz to New English names?
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 04 Aug 2016 04:57

HoskhMatriarch wrote: Wait, we should do what others do not want?
maybe I made thee misunderstand, sorry for that.

Unless being harmed, thou mustest do what others want on anyone else, and thou shalt not think others must do what thou wantest on thee too.

There are times when thou mustest do goods on others, even though it is sicker that they will never do the same thing on thee.

Also, half of thy friends don't think thou art their friends, too.
HoskhMatriarch wrote:
Also, could anyone help me overset Old English terms into Anglish, like hæleþ, as well as old Theedish = Germanic, I think that's the sound changes for þiudiskaz to New English names?
I know something about Theedish speeches, but I am not that good at it, after all, I am not someone who delves in it a lot.
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by elemtilas » 04 Aug 2016 14:16

HoskhMatriarch wrote:Also, could anyone help me overset Old English terms into Anglish, like hæleþ, as well as old Theedish = Germanic, I think that's the sound changes for þiudiskaz to New English names?
I wrought the word "Thietish" to in New E/Anglish follow after that yoresome name Thiudiskaz, to wit:

*þeudō ‎(“folk”) + *-iskaz ("-ish") > þēodisc > Thietish

as

*þeubaz > þēof > thief

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Lambuzhao » 04 Aug 2016 15:28

Theedish, Thietish, Allmannish.
All understood, I ween.

[:)]


As for hæleþ, hmm, Middle English had heleth, with manifold heleths, not helthen {Bowie fans :roll: }.

AM (Anglish Moot) has 'heleth' from Old English, but also an aforebespoken 'white hat'.
CLD (Charles Louis Dessoulavy) puts forth 'stalwart'.


1) We can be heleþs een for one day.

2) We can be whitehats een for one day.

3) We can be stalwarts een for one day.

4) We can be winners een for one day.


Hmmm....


Insofar as "whitehats" are þought of,
I should eaþlins think of this fellow -
http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/lon ... 0221091939


Sadly, #2 makes me þink of these whitehats-
http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/.a/6a0 ... f47970d-pi

þose are not heleþ in my book, I'm afraid.

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Lambuzhao » 04 Aug 2016 15:55

Oh! The Fouryearly World Games are fast upon us!

Onward to Afteryulesea (Afteryule's Ea) !

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 04 Aug 2016 19:45

HoskhMatriarch wrote:
k1234567890y wrote:It is said that if we don't want to be seen in a way we don't want, we should see others in a way they don't want; if we don't want to be handled in a way we don't want, we should handle others in a way they don't want.

I think this is more to be a way to beshield ourselves than a way to make everyone see and handle each other in the same way, indeed, one should not think others will see and handle them in the same way they see and handle others, and it is often true that when thou seest someone as thy friend, they don't see thee as a friend, and thou dost not see someone as a friend while they see thee as a friend, either.
Wait, we should do what others do not want?

Also, could anyone help me overset Old English terms into Anglish, like hæleþ, as well as old Theedish = Germanic, I think that's the sound changes for þiudiskaz to New English names?
Thou canst read this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phonologi ... of_English
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Sglod » 05 Aug 2016 14:08

Lambuzhao wrote:Oh! The Fouryearly World Games are fast upon us!

Onward to Afteryulesea (Afteryule's Ea) !

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by HoskhMatriarch » 07 Aug 2016 22:28

Lambuzhao wrote:Theedish, Thietish, Allmannish.
All understood, I ween.

[:)]


As for hæleþ, hmm, Middle English had heleth, with manifold heleths, not helthen {Bowie fans :roll: }.

AM (Anglish Moot) has 'heleth' from Old English, but also an aforebespoken 'white hat'.
CLD (Charles Louis Dessoulavy) puts forth 'stalwart'.
I was looking for a word for Germanic, not German. Methinks Allmannish would be German, or Alemannic (Schweizerdeutsch, Schwäbbisch, and so on).

But what if we like helthen? The wear manyword for Haus should not have been Häuser, likewise we could have helthen if we sore wanted... I also thought there was another way of saying it as haleth/haleths.

Whitehat is like a whitehat hacker methinks... I could not note that for helthen heleths...
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 08 Aug 2016 04:07

HoskhMatriarch wrote:
Lambuzhao wrote:Theedish, Thietish, Allmannish.
All understood, I ween.

[:)]


As for hæleþ, hmm, Middle English had heleth, with manifold heleths, not helthen {Bowie fans :roll: }.

AM (Anglish Moot) has 'heleth' from Old English, but also an aforebespoken 'white hat'.
CLD (Charles Louis Dessoulavy) puts forth 'stalwart'.
I was looking for a word for Germanic, not German. Methinks Allmannish would be German, or Alemannic (Schweizerdeutsch, Schwäbbisch, and so on).

But what if we like helthen? The wear manyword for Haus should not have been Häuser, likewise we could have helthen if we sore wanted... I also thought there was another way of saying it as haleth/haleths.

Whitehat is like a whitehat hacker methinks... I could not note that for helthen heleths...
Old English þēod > Middle English thede/theode > new English thede /θiːd/

so

Old English þeodisc > Middle English theodish > new English theedish and we can brook the word "theedish"
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by elemtilas » 08 Aug 2016 04:23

k1234567890y wrote:Old English þēod > Middle English thede/theode > new English thede /θiːd/

so

Old English þeodisc > Middle English theodish > new English theedish and we can brook the word "theedish"
Or thied:

OE -ēo- > NE -ie-: þēof, lēof > thief, lief

I personally use thede.

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 08 Aug 2016 04:26

elemtilas wrote:
k1234567890y wrote:Old English þēod > Middle English thede/theode > new English thede /θiːd/

so

Old English þeodisc > Middle English theodish > new English theedish and we can brook the word "theedish"
Or thied:

OE -ēo- > NE -ie-: þēof, lēof > thief, lief
wait, don't <ee> and <ie> have the same wordsteven?
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by elemtilas » 08 Aug 2016 23:50

k1234567890y wrote:
elemtilas wrote:
k1234567890y wrote:Old English þēod > Middle English thede/theode > new English thede /θiːd/

so

Old English þeodisc > Middle English theodish > new English theedish and we can brook the word "theedish"
Or thied:

OE -ēo- > NE -ie-: þēof, lēof > thief, lief
wait, don't <ee> and <ie> have the same wordsteven?
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wordsteven = pronunciation
I think so! Just following the yoreful spelling.

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 11 Aug 2016 09:05

when thou wantest to make others have a feeling and take a run at something, thy feelings must be true, and thou mustest be sicker that others will feel the same as thou dost, otherwise, others will think thou art seeking to mislead them into doing and getting something they don't truly want to do like how a bad saleworker misleads their buyers.
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mislead = manipulate

salesworker = salesperson
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by CMunk » 11 Aug 2016 13:54

sicker = sure, certain
"Sicker" is a same-word* of "sick" in its withmetenly** shape.

Why not take the word "wis(s)"?
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 11 Aug 2016 14:38

CMunk wrote:
sicker = sure, certain
"Sicker" is a same-word* of "sick" in its withmetenly** shape.

Why not take the word "wis(s)"?
that is a good forestrike! thank thee, CMunk (:
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Lambuzhao » 11 Aug 2016 18:36

CMunk wrote:
sicker = sure, certain
"Sicker" is a same-word* of "sick" in its withmetenly** shape.

Why not take the word "wis(s)"?
I know sicker is an elder allmannish word: Theeds, Thiedes, Netherlanders, Northmen, Scotsmen all have it. However to me it smacks of Laeden securus.
I bet I have used 'sicker' before, but I would also put forth 'iwis' as a kind of insteadwish.

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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 13 Aug 2016 12:50

Always give others something slightly better than thou wantest to get; never harm others unless they harm thee first, and only fight back to those who have truly harmed thee or those thou lovest.

A gift that is too good can frighten others.
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Znex » 19 Aug 2016 12:58

Men say to love thy neighbour and loathe thine yfoe. But as the good lorew saide, love your yfoes and bid for thome who hate you, that ye maye yworth children of your Fader in heaven.
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by k1234567890y » 19 Aug 2016 14:37

Znex wrote:Men say to love thy neighbour and loathe thine yfoe. But as the good lorew saide, love your yfoes and bid for thome who hate you, that ye maye yworth children of your Fader in heaven.
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thome = those DAT
yworth = become
thou art speaking Middle English or early New English?

Also, that looks somewhat like the speech of those who live on the land north to England.
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Re: Anglish Spamthread

Post by Znex » 19 Aug 2016 19:45

Maybe a bit of ywhether. I am only havin' some glee with the Old English I've been learning as of late (and hence having it hew mine Anglish).

And I would scrive in the Scots leid if I cou'd. [:)]
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