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The Vikings in Northumbria A Historical Approach
The Language of the Invaders and its Relationship with Old English
The Lindisfarne Gospels and Aldreds Interlinear Glosses
Identification of the Scandinavian LoanWords in the Glosses
Analysis of Aldreds Use of the LoanWords
accepted according to St adjective agree Aldred Aldredian glosses analysed Anglo-Saxon appears attempt believed bishop Björkman borrowing century close cognate considered context Danes Danish dealing derived dialects Durham early East elements England English establish evidence existed explained fact frequently Germanic glossator gospel according hand Hines historical Hofmann imply important indicate influence king lands language later Latin Lindisfarne Gospels linguistic loan loan-words meaning mentioned names native Nonetheless Norse North northern Northumbrian Norwegian noun once origin period PGmc place-names possessions possible present Press probably problems recorded refer render represented researchers River Ross Rushworth Scandinavian Scandinavian influence Scandinavian loan-words seems sense settlements similar spelling St Cuthbert suggested supported Swedish taken Tees translation verb Viking vowel W.Sc West whereas word written York