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

Hi. This is the 6th quiz on the meanings of ancient-English words and their modern equivalents. As usual, attempt to match the antique-word with its modern equivalent. Enjoy the quiz; and do leave your score, comments and up-vote in the section below. Thanks. Good luck.

To view any of the other five quizzes, in this Ancient & Modern (Match ‘Em Up) Words Series, click as follows: Quiz-Part One: here Quiz-Part Two: hereQuiz-Part Three: here – Quiz-Part Four: hereQuiz-Part Five: here.

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  • Question of

    Anent

    • About
    • Lent
    • New
    • Now
  • Question of

    Bale

    • Bark
    • Evil
    • Good
    • Wool
  • Question of

    Barbary

    • Barbers
    • Brawl
    • Saracen countries along the North African coast
    • West Indies countries, particularly; Barbados island
  • Question of

    Coolth

    • Clever
    • Coal
    • Coolness
    • Tooth
  • Question of

    Doxy

    • Dog
    • Girlfriend
    • Horse
    • Proxy
  • Question of

    Damosel

    • Dam
    • Damn
    • Dampener
    • Damsel
  • Question of

    Errant

    • Amazing
    • Erudite
    • Wandering
    • Wondering
  • Question of

    Plaint

    • Company
    • Complaint
    • Peaceful
    • Plaited hair
  • Question of

    Troublous

    • Throughout
    • Trombone
    • Troubadour
    • Troublesome
  • Question of

    Woundy

    • Agitated
    • Excessively
    • Windy
    • Wounds

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