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So I recently bumped into the Anglish wiki's page on , and while it was an interesting--if not, difficult--read, I was wondering: How would their moves and--to an extent--abilities and natures would be Anglish-cized. For example, how would a move like Mega Punch (Megaton Punch in Japanese) be renamed in Anglish?

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外围体育投注A word for constellation

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I'm enjoying this sub and reading through the Anglish Wordbook. I'm curious, why Anglish? Why not just learn Old English instead?

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I've a ridewheel, you can hop on if you feel

外围体育投注It's got a corf, a bell that rings and other

外围体育投注Things that make it look good.

I'd yive it to you if I could, but I borrowed it.


外围体育投注You're the kind of girl that fits in with my world.

外围体育投注I'll yive you anything, everything if you will things.


外围体育投注I have a shroud. It makes others laugh aloud.

There's a tear up the fore. It's red and black.

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I've fangled up here a list of witnessed words as well as some forthputtings for words that have been forcouthly hard to awend into English/Anglish. This is by no means a thorough list, but rather a short list of ones that come up rather often.

For a list of more everyday, wonted words, see here. For a wordbook, see either u/Hurlebatte's wordbook linked in the Welcome post外围体育投注, or see , or get yoself

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Any word with a frume is witnessed, or shapen off of a witnessed word, in which latter befall there will be a > before the frume in frain. Any word that isn't marked with a frume, but is not newshapen, is only a wonted word or a word yet witnessed in nowly English.

* = Newshapen

† = Shifted meaning

  • Culture, cultural(ly) = Begang† [OE begang 'practice, cultivation'], begangly*, tilth† [OE tilþ 'cultivation, husbandry'], tilthly*, tilling† [OE tilung 'cultivation, acquisition, performance']

  • Art = List [OE list], craft [OE cræft], sare [OE searu]

  • Bias, biased = Nighing, nighed [>OE hnígan 'fall, decline, bend']

  • Opinion = Leaning, thinking, belief, ween [OE wéna 'belief'], trow(ing) [OE tréow 'faith, belief', tréowung 'confidence']

  • Data = Given(s)* [>Ltn. datum 'that which is 'given']

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Anglish is English with fewer borrowed words, such as saying "wordbook” instead of “dictionary”, and “brook” instead of “use”. The main goal of Anglish is to rid English of the French and Latin words that came by way of the Norman overthrow of England in 1066.
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