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Part Five: ANCIENT ENGLISH WORDS Game: – Guess Their Modern Equivalents & “Match Them Up” (QUIZ)

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Hi. Test your knowledge with this 5th quiz in the series on Ancient English words and their modern equivalents. Match each antique-English word with its modern equivalent. Do enjoy the quiz; and please leave your score, comments and up-vote in the section below. Thanks. Good luck.

To complete the earlier quizzes in this Ancient and Modern Words Series, click below:

Quiz – Part One: here –

Quiz – Part Two: here –

Quiz – Part Three: here –

Quiz – Part Four: here –

 

  • Betimes

    • Between
    • Early
    • Late
    • Many
  • Castor

    • Beaver
    • Catch
    • Dog
    • Oil
  • Dight

    • Arrange, or organise
    • Clad, or clothed
    • See, or watch
    • Eat, or consume
  • Eld

    • Easy
    • Enter
    • Old age
    • Newborn baby
  • Foison

    • Abundance
    • Follow
    • Poison
    • Nothing
  • Gaul

    • Austria
    • France
    • Spain
    • Germany
  • Twain

    • Twine
    • Tow
    • Tweet
    • Two
  • Umbrage

    • To take an umbrella with you, in readiness for the rain to fall.
    • To take cover from an opponent’s barrage of gunfire.
    • To take offence; to complain about being offended.
  • Van Damien’s Land

    • America
    • Brazil
    • Tasmania
    • South Africa
  • Whilom

    • Cheese
    • Once upon a time; some time before
    • Welcome
    • Wheelbarrow

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