OE adverbs

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OE adverbs
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Old English adverbs w/ examples and irregulars
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  1. regular adverb
    • -e
    • "eċeliċe" (eternally)
    • "dēope" (deeply)
    • "fǣste" (firmly)
    • "swīÞe" (exceedingly, very; strongly)
  2. irregular adverb
    "blind" (blind)
    "dīegol" (secret)
    • -līċe
    • "blindlīċe" (blindly)
    • "dīegollīċe" (secretly)
  3. irregular adverbs
    "clǣne" (clean)
    "ēaÞe" (easy, kind)
    "Þiċċe" (thick)
    • technically -e, but doesn't change from the adjective
    • "clǣne" (entirely)
    • "ēaÞe" (easily)
    • "Þiċċe" (thickly)
  4. comparative adverbs
    "hearde"
    "dēope"
    • -or
    • "heardor"
    • "dēopor"
  5. superlative adverbs
    "hearde"
    "dēope"
    • -ost
    • "heardost"
    • "dēopost"
  6. "lȳtle" (little)
    comparative and superlative
    • comparative: "lǣs"
    • superlative: "lǣst, lǣsest"
  7. "miċle" (much)
    comparative and superlative
    • comparative: "mā"
    • superlative: "mǣst"
  8. "wel" (well)
    comparative and superlative
    • comparative: "bet, sēl"
    • superlative: "betst, sēlest"
  9. yfle (evilly)
    comparative and superlative
    • comparative: "wiers"
    • superlative: "wyrrest, wyrst"
  10. "feor" (far)
    comparative and superlative
    • comparative: "fierr"
    • superlative: "firrest"
  11. "nēah" (near)
    comparative and superlative
    • comparative: "nȳr, nēar"
    • superlative: "nīehst, nēxt"
  12. "sōfte" (softly)
    comparative and superlative
    • comparative: "sēft"
    • superlative: "sōftost"

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