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English and Welsh by j R R tolkien i
Angles and Britons in Northumbria and Cumbria
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accent Angles Anglian anglicization Anglo-Saxon archaeological Archenfield Armorica barbarian Bernicia bondmen border borrowed Britain British princes Britons Brittany called Carlisle Celtic Celtic language Celts church common conquest Cornage Cumberland Cumbrian Cumbric Cumwhinton cylch Deira dialect district Domesday Dyke early element England English and Welsh English name English words evidence example Excidio field-names final syllable Gallo-Roman Gaul Germanic Gildas Gododdin Herefordshire hill ibid invaders Irish J. N. L. Myres kilch king land Lann large numbers late later Latin linguistic Llanrothal loan-words lordship modern Mynde native natural Nennius Norman Norse northern Northumbria O'Donnell occupation OfFa's Dyke Old English Old Welsh origin Oswestry Pentre perhaps period plural population preserved probably records Rheged Roman Romano-British Saxon seems serjeants settlement seventh century sixth century speech spoken Strathclyde survival tradition twelfth village names villeins vowel Wales Welsh form Welsh language Welsh names Welsh place-names Welshmen Wynnstay