language whereas Old Dutch is one of the Istvaeonic languages. Words written with io in the Heliand, the most extensive record of Old Saxon writing, are often found written variably with ia or even ie in most other texts, notably the later ones. Hali Meidenhad, edited. This feature was carried over into the descendant-language of Old Saxon, Middle Low German, where.g. Jesu Christi Euangeliorum versiones perantiquae duae, Gothica scil.
8 Gef us dag gehuuilikes rad, drohtin the godo, Give us support advices/counsels each day, good Chieftain Chieftain/Lord the Good, 9 thina helaga helpa, endi alat us, heenes uuard, Your holy help, and pardon us, Protector Lord/Ruler of Heaven, 10 managoro mensculdio, of our many. 9; the passage will be found Wulfst. V.) on folios 189-191. The other contractions, being the same as those used by Thorpe, are not given here. 52 and 72, 1"d by page and line of book. Gjr som MFK en hyggelig og lnnsom handels hos bunnpris. However, it seems that, as in other West-Germanic dialects, when k was followed by i or todays odds e, it had the pronunciation /ts/ or /ks/.