Tenet
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
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Tenet
Tænet[t]; also Tenet-land the isle of Thanet Augustinus wæs cumende on Bretone ǽrest on Tenet ðam eálonde (Tenet-land, MS. B.) (in insula Tanato) ... Is on eásteweardre Cent mycel eálond Tenet (Tanatos insula ), ðæt is syx hund hída micel ... Ðæt eálond tósceádeþ Wantsumo streám fram ðam tógeþeódden lande, Bd. 1, 25; S. 486, 10-20. Hér hǽðene men on Tenet ofer winter sǽton, Chr. 851; Erl. 67, 20: 865; Erl. 70, 31. On ðyssum geáre Eádgár cyng hét oferhergian eall Tenetland, 969; Erl. 125, 5. Tenet, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iv. 232, 22. Inntó Raculfe on Tænett, iii. 429, 16. The following. forms occur in Latin charters Tenid, i. 21, 1. Tenaet, 129, 18. Tanet, 118, 1. Tanat, vi. 189, 31. Tanatos insulam, iv. 237, 20. Insula Tanatorum, iii. 347, 15. Thanet, i. 13. 30: 18, 15. Ðanet, v. 21, 19. Insula Thaeneti, i. 42, 16. Insula Thaenet, 116, 27.
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