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Englisc Andgiet[adihtan]

1: scip "nw"

naca "wr"
cēol "wr"
holmærn "nw"
geofonhūs "nw"
sǣbāt "wf"

Wordstǽr[adihtan]

Ealdorlic Germanisc: *skipan

Sƿeostorƿord[adihtan]

Þēodisc: skif
Nīwe Þēodisc: Schiff
Niðerlendisc: schip
Noren: Skip
Denisc: skib
Swēonisc: skepp

Ȝesibbƿord[adihtan]

scipmann, scipere - sailor

Declinung[adihtan]

Cāsus Ānfeald Manigfeald
Nemniendlic þæt scip þā scipu
Āgniendlic þæs scipes þāra scipa
Forgifendlic þǣm scipe þǣm scipum
Tōllic þy/þon scipe þǣm scipum
Wrēgendlic þæt scip þā scipu

Bisen[adihtan]

Ic hæfde þæt scip gebærned.

I have burned the ship.

Gesetnyssum[adihtan]

flot-scip - ship bark,
friþ-scip - defense ship,
horn-scip - horned ship,
hring-naca - ring-prowed ship,
hȳd-scip - ship made from hides
pleg-scip - small ship, yacht,
sæ-naca - sea ship, sea boat,
scip-broc "nw" - hardship on a ship,
scip-fæt "nw" - vessel in the form of a ship,
scip-gefær "nw" - going by ship navigation,
scip-incel "nw" - little ship,
scip-līðend "wr" - sailor, seaman,
scip-steall "wr" - place for a ship,
scip-weard "wr" - shipmaster,
unfrið-scip - hostile ship,
ceāp-scip - merchant ship,
fyrd-scip - warship, ship of war,
scip-líðende - (adj) to go by ship,
scip-rāp - ship's rope,
scip-here "wr" - fleet

Englisc Bōccræft Fruma[adihtan]

Ohthere and Wulfstan: stfa. 51

Wendunga[adihtan]

Lǣden: navis
Frencisc: bateau
Russisc: корабль
Italisc: nave
Grēcisc: σκάφος
Spēonisc: nave
Portuglisc: navio