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Part Four: Ancient English Words and Their Modern Equivalents – “Match Them Up” (QUIZ)

Hi. This is the 4th quiz in the series on Ancient English words and their modern equivalents. Enjoy the quiz; and do leave your score, comments and up-vote in the section below. Thanks. Good luck.

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  • Yule

    • Christmas
    • Mule
    • Yell
    • Yellow
  • Minion

    • A favourite follower
    • A minister
    • An onion
    • A small river fish
  • Haply

    • To be united
    • To conquer happily
    • By chance, or accident
    • By plan, or design
  • Forsooth

    • Forsake
    • Formidable
    • Timely
    • Truly
  • Otherwhiles

    • At no time
    • At other times
    • Forget it
    • Don’t worry
  • Burgess

    • A bridge
    • A citizen
    • A house
    • A vessel
  • Abed

    • Abide
    • Goodbye
    • In bed
    • Your bed
  • Vicinage

    • Jubilant, victorious army
    • Neighbourhood, or vicinity
    • Treasury building
    • Vicarage building
  • Cruse

    • An earthenware pot
    • A river boat
    • A ruse
    • A silver cup
  • Demesne

    • Date, or date lettering
    • Demand, or need
    • Dementia
    • Domain, or estate

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