EngliscAdiht

ĀwendednessaAdiht

  • cing, cicing, cyneg, cuning, cyng, cynig, cynincg, cyncg, cyngc

RihtstefnAdiht

  • /ˈkyninɡ/, [ˈkyniŋɡ]

WordstǣrAdiht

Ealdorlic Germanisc: *kuningaz

SweostorwordAdiht

Werlīc NamaAdiht

  1. Werlīc wealdend landes oþþe folces.
    Se cyning wunode on þǣm castle.
  2. Mihtig oþþe mǣre mann.
    On blindra lande biþ se ānēaga cyning. Swā ēac se ūþwita on þissum middangearde.

Nīwenglisc AndgietAdiht

  1. king, ruler, leader
  2. a powerful or important person

DeclīnungAdiht

Cāsus Ānfeald Manigfeald
Nemniendlīc se cyning þā cyningas
Āgniendlīc þæs cyninges þāra cyninga
Forgifendlīc þǣm cyninge þǣm cyningum
Tōllīc þȳ/þon cyninge þǣm cyningum
Wrēgendlīc þone cyning þā cyningas

GesibbwordAdiht

cynn = kin
cyninge = queen
cynnig = noble, of noble family

GesetnyssumAdiht

þēod-cyning, folc-cyning - Folk-king
Angel-cyning - English king
Ānwintre-cyning, æwintrecyning - One winter king
æfter-cyning - later king
æðel-cyning - noble king (Christ)
bryten-cyning - powerful king
Ēaland-cyning - Island king
Gāst-cyning - Ghost king, soul king, God
Gūð-cyning - warrior king,
Hæðen-cyning - Heathen king
Hēah-cyning - High King, God
Heofon-cyning - King of Heaven
Lēod-cyning - King, rule, leader
Mægen-cyning - Mighty king
Riht-cyning - Lawful king
-cyning - Sea king
þrym-cyning - glorious king, god, king of glory,
woruld-cyning - earthly king, earth king

Bōccræft FrumanAdiht

Willelm Cyng: stæfræwa 7, 13,
Aeþelþryþ: stfa. 2, 7,
Ohthere and Wulfstan: stfa. 1, 18, 23, 54, 61,
Judiþ: stfa. 155, 190,
Beowulf fōresægdnes: stfa. 2, 8,
Cynewulf and Cyneheard: stfa. 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17,

WendungaAdiht