EngliscĀdihtan

ĀwendednesaĀdihtan

  • barn
  • beorn

RihtstefnĀdihtan

  • /bæɑrn/

WordstǣrĀdihtan

Ealdorlic Germanisc: *kiltham

SweostorwordĀdihtan

Nāhwæðer NamaĀdihtan

1: cild "nw"
2: cnafa "wr" - youth

cnapa "wr" - youth
lȳtling "wr"
magutimber "nw"
BisenĀdihtan

Se Cyning nǣfde næfre bearn.

DeclīnungĀdihtan

Cāsus Ānfeald Manigfeald
Nemniendlic þæt bearn þā bearn
Wrēgendlic þæt bearn þā bearn
Āgniendlic þæs bearnes þāra bearna
Forgifendlic þǣm bearne þǣm bearnum
Tōllic þy/þon bearne þǣm bearnum

GesetnyssumĀdihtan

frum-bearn -first child
dryht-bearn - princely child, royal child
cyne-bearn - Christ, royal child
fréo-bearn - child of gentile birth
god-bearn - divine child, Christ, son of God,
wæpned-bearn - male child
sige-bearn - victorious child, victor child,
wūsc-bearn - little child
folc-bearn - folk child, child of man
bearn-cennicge "wf" - mother
bearn-cennung "wf" - childbirth
bearn-ēacen, bearn-ēacnigende, bearn-ēaca, bearn-ēacnung, baarn-eacnigen - "adj" pregnant, with child,
bearn-gebyrda "wf" - child bearing
bearn-lēas - "adj" childless
bearn-lēast "wf" - childlessness
bearn-myrðra "wr", bearnmyrðre "wr" - child murder, child murderer
sweostor-bearn - sister's child, nephew, niece,

WendungaĀdihtan