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The Origin of Old English

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Lina Koppitsch

on 11 December 2014

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By Lina Koppitsch
Indo-European languages
Table of Content
Indo-European languages
Germanic
The Anglo-Saxon settlement
cognate forms
The Origin of Old English
Germanic
Sanskrit Greek Latin English
pitã patêr pater father
comparative construction
first -> primus
foot -> pedem
not same as German -> but German is a Germanic language
English, Frisian, Dutch, German, Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, Faroese, Swedish, (ordered in the relative linguistic closeness to English)

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