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English and Welsh by J R R TOLKIEN I
Angles and Britons in Northumbria and Cumbria
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already Anglo-Saxon appear Archenfield association became become beginning Book border borrowed Britain British Britons called Celtic century church clear close common conquest contains continued course Cumberland Cumbric derived developed dialect district doubt early east element England English especially evidence example fact final Gaul Germanic Gildas give given hand hill important instance interesting Irish kind king known land language late later Latin least less linguistic lived loan-words Marstow meaning middle names native natural Norman northern Northumbria occupation occurs official origin Oswestry parish perhaps period place-names plural population present preserved princes probably records reference region relations remained Roman Saxon seems settlement similar speak speech spoken suggests syllable things tradition translated true village vowel Wales Welsh Welsh names whole