Old English, sometimes known as Anglo Saxon, is a precursor of the Modern English language.
Spoken between the 5th and 12th century in areas of what is now England and Southern Scotland.
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*Automatically try different permutations of accents / thorn characters to translate words.
Old English accents should take the form Ú not ē . Words can be entered directly including Š ■ characters EG of■rycca■
Alternatively .ae will be substituted with Š, .th with ■, and .dh with . So of■rycca■ could be written of.thrycca.th