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This classic dictionary deals carefully and exhaustively with all the words which occur in Anglo-Saxon poetry and prose. Variant dialectic forms are given, together with variant forms found in the same dialect. Purely poetic words and words not common in prose are indicated, and references are given to the passages in which they occur. First published in 1894, this is a reprint of the fourth edition (Cambridge University Press, 1960).
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Hall, John R. C. A Concise Anglo-Saxon Dictionary: For the Use of Students. 2nd rev. ed. New York, NY: The Macmillan Company, 1916.
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