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GrammarEdit

  • Adjectives are either regular or irregular. Regular adjectives form their comparative and superlative forms by adding -er and -est. Sometimes the 'e' in the superlative is dropped when the adjective does not end in some consonant cluster that would prevent it from being misunderstood. Irregular adjectives typically have umlaut in the comparative and superlative degrees, and some are formed from different roots.

IrregularEdit

  • ald, ælder, ældest - old, older, oldest
  • brad, bræder, brædest - broad, broader, broadest
  • god, better, betst - good, better, best
  • great, grieter, grietst - great, greater, greatest
  • ȝung, ȝynger, ȝyngst - young, younger, youngest (dialest: ȝong, ȝœnger, ȝœngst)
  • lang, længer, længst - long, longer, longest
  • strang, strænger, strængst - strong, stronger, strongest

RegularEdit

  • aarfæst - virtuous
  • aarlæs - impious
  • aktuell, aktueller, aktuellst - current, up-to-date
  • all - all
  • anfald - single
  • arg - cowardly, weak, timid
  • bald - bold
  • berht - bright
  • blaak - bright, shining; bleak, pale, pallid, livid, as in death
  • blækk - black
  • blind - blind
  • bruun - brown
  • deaf - deaf
  • dunn - dun
  • eadiȝ - happy, blessed
  • efen - even, flat
  • faah - hostile
  • ferr - far
  • flaah - deceitful
  • frod - wise, old
  • full - full
  • fuul - foul
  • fyrn - old, ancient
  • gamel - old, aged, advanced in age;
  • gewiss - certain, sure
  • glædd - glad
  • gramm - furious, angry, hostile, incensed
  • græȝ - gray
  • grœn, grœner, grœnst - green
  • ȝorn - eager
  • haal - whole, sound
  • haliȝ - holy
  • hard - hard
  • hean - lowly, despised
  • hold - gracious
  • hweit - white
  • kol - cool
  • kuþ - known
  • maniȝ - many
  • neah - nigh, near
  • niw, niwer, niwst - new
  • reoh - rude, rough, wild
  • riht - right, straight
  • rot - glad, cheerful
  • rund, runder, rundest - round
  • ruuh - rough
  • ruum - roomy, spacious
  • saar - sore
  • sceir - bright, shining
  • sceoh - shy
  • scolh - awry, squinting
  • smikker - fair, fine, beautiful, elegant; þat Mæȝden was sweiðe smikker in herem Serc and grœnen Rock the girl was very elegant in her shirt and green skirt.
  • snell - ready, active; fast
  • soþ - true
  • stark - stiff
  • steiþ - stiff, rigid
  • sweige - silent, not speaking
  • sweiþ - strong
  • sweiðer - right (as opposed to left)
  • swift - swift
  • swœt - sweet
  • toh - tough
  • torht - bright, splendid; glorious, noble, illustrious
  • traag - lazy, evil, bad
  • þwerh - cross, perverse
  • waak - weak
  • weis - wise
  • winster - left (as opposed to right)
  • woh - crooked, bad
  • wraþ - wroth, angry

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