Each word in the poem below is a link to its dictionary information in the glossary. Additionally by clicking the & symbol at the end of any line, you can hear that line pronounced in Old English.
beorn of his breostum acyþan, nemþe he ær þa bote cunne, &
eorl mid elne gefremman. Wel bið þam þe him are seceð, &
frofre to fæder on heofonum, þær us eal seo fæstnung stondeð. &
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