She had struggled successfully for her rights against the Danish King, Cnut.
Knott is sometimes for Cnut, or Canute, which generally becomes Nutt.
And if Cnut is victor you will need Godwine, maybe, to speak for you.
Cnut found him fainting on the mountain and brought him here in his arms.
Nothing is said about Cnut bringing over ships of very great size.
It was not that he was young and taller than Cnut, and fair.
The Englishman was strong and active, taller and heavier than Cnut.
My heart was wrung for Cnut, for I loved him, and he wept like a child.
For every day Olaf looked for some sign that should bid him go back and take his own land from Cnut's hand.
And Cnut at first refused, and then suddenly looked him full in his face, and said, 'Yes.'