Deór-hám
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Masculine
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
Deór-hám
es; m. [deór a wild beast, hám home, dwelling] DERHAM, Gloucestershire, DEREHAM, Norfolk; lŏcōrum nōmen in agris Glocestriæ et Norfolciæ Hí iii ciningas ofslógon in ðære stówe ðe is gecweden Deórhám they slew three kings at the place which is called Derham, Chr. 577; Erl. 19, 21. On ðysum geáre Wihtburge líchama wearþ gefunden eal gehál and unformolsnod æt [MS. a] Deórhám, æfter fíf and fífti geáran ðæs [MS. þas] ðe heó of ðysum lífe [MS. liue] gewát in this year [A. D. 798] the body of Wihtburh was found at Dereham, all whole and uncorrupted, five and fifty years after she had departed from this life, Chr. 798; Th. 105, 15-21, col. 3.
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