[ al-frik ]
/ ˈæl frɪk /
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"Ælfric Grammaticus"; "Ælfric the Grammarian", a.d. c955–c1020, English abbot and writer.
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How to use Ælfric in a sentence
In 1844, it was printed for the Aelfric Society by Mr. Kemble, accompanied by a translation, in which the passages are thus given.
Incidentally, however, Aelfric makes it evident that his were not the only theories of translation which the period afforded.
Aelfric, writing a century later, develops his theories in greater detail.
Mete-afluing (Aelfric), atrophy.Wylde-fyr (wildfire) (Aelfric), erysipelas.An Outline of English Speech-craft|William Barnes
All of these are conveniently accessible in White, Aelfric, Chap.
British Dictionary definitions for Ælfric
/ (ˈælfrɪk) /
called Grammaticus. ?955–?1020, English abbot, writer, and grammarian
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