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Matthew Paris

On Holy Writ Edit

English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
Genesis n The Beginning; The Start -
Ecclesiastes n - The Athelbodes (Calque of the Heb. קֹהֶלֶת‎, qōheleṯ)
Old Testament n - Old Bond, Lawsetness (OE ǽgesetnes)

On Christendom Edit

Chancery English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
absolution n foregiveness -
adiaphora n middlethings -
admnister vb give -
Anno Domini; A.D. adv in the year of our lord; YL -
antiphon n - wrixlesong (cf. NHG. Wechselgesang)
apologetics n wordwearylore -
Ascension n Upgoing Upganging (Brit.)
baptism n forwashing, fulwaying, christening -
baptize vb forwash, fulway, christen -
blasphemy n swearing hosp (<ME)

godsmear, holyshending

catechism n teaching frodleering (cf. Ic. Trúfræðslurit)
catechize vb teach -
Catholic adj broad church -
communion n fellowship -
concupiscence n lust -
confess vb acknowledge, own up beken (Eng., cf. NHG/Du. bekennen) andet (<ME andetten), det
confession n acknowledging (of sin), shrift bekenness (Eng., cf. NHG/Du. bekennen), andetness (<OE andetnes)
confide (believe) vb trust, trow -
congregation n foregathering -
creed n belief -
crucify vb roodfasten -
crucifixion n roodfastening -
damnation n hell, hellfire, ordeal -
deism n - godtroth
Demiurge n Craftsman, "god of this world" -
Demon n fiend, hellfiend, mare nicor, ork (<OE orc)
Demonology n fiendlore -
Devil n fiend, our foe/Foe -
Divine Service n Folkswork (Liturgy- "People's Work) God's Thane, Godsthane (<NHG 'Gottesdienst')
doctrine n Godlore, Godteaching -
dogma n - ground lief
Ecumenism n Broadening -
eschatology n endlore, lastlore, endtimeslore, endtidelore -
essence n pith; stuff -
Eucharist n Hallow-Sending; Sending,

thankmeal, Holy Supper, Lord's Supper, Lord's Board

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evangelism n holy errand -
ex nihilo n out of nothing, from naught -
faith n lief, belief, trust, trow -
grace n gift, giveness -
Hallelujah interj - herrigod (calque of Hebrew)
harmartology n sinlore -
hypostasis n Under-standen; Pithsomeness; Thing -
impute vb reckon -
incarnate vb enflesh, embody,

be in the flesh, be made flesh, be infleshed, take on the form of

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incarnation n enfleshment, embodiment -
justification n rightwisness, rightening, rightness, rightedness -
liturgy n folkswork, workship leedwork (calque of Gk 'leitourgia')
mercy n arm, milts, kindness -
martyr n - K
martyrology n - kitherlore (see wordbook page M for Martyr)
mission n errand, task, sending, sentness -
nihilism n naughtdom -
Original Sin n birthbane (c.f. William Tyndale's 'birth poison') ersin (<NGH 'erbsünde')
paradisiacal adj - nerxnawongly (<OE neorxnawanglic)
piety n awefastness -
propitiation n atoning bloot, armstock (c.f. Richard Taverner's 'mercystock')
repent vb forthink, afterthink -
repentant adj forethoughtly, rueful -
repentance n forethought, afterthought, rue -
resurrect vb gainrise -
resurrection n gainrising -
revival n edlivening, edquickening -
sacraments n holiworks, hallowings -
sacrifice n - bloot
salvation n freeing, health, hale -
sanctification n hallowing -
sanctify vb make holy, hallow -
scripture n writ, writings -
seminary n godlorehall, godlorehouse -

Of Bynames (Epithets) Edit

English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
Adonai pr Our Lord -
Elyon pr - Enheightened One
Eternal One pr Everlasting One -
Father of Creation pr World Maker World Ashapener
Great Architect pr Great Builder -
Great Physician pr Great Healer -
Heavenly Creator pr Heaven's Smith -
Omniscient pr All-Knowing -
Omnipotent pr Almighty -

Of Wights (Beings) Edit

Chancery English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
apostle n errander, fro-sent (Richard Taverner) sendling (<NHG 'Sendling')
archangel n high-ghost -
bishop n overseer -
cardinal n - godsearl (cf. H Ic. guðsjarl)

Whule (cf. Sw. Hwul)

chaplain n - -
Charlemagne n Charles the Great -Carl the Great
curate n - -
disciple n follower, loreling, loreknight, learner -
Holy Spirit n Holy Ghost -
martyr n wale

(<ME wal, wale, wel, wæl)

bloot (<OE (ge)blot, 'sacrifice'), rood-bearer, cyther (<OE cyðere), witness (Gr. martyreo means 'I witness, I tell about'; Ar. also uses same root for witness and martyr)
pastor n shepherd, herder -
presbyter n elder -
Trinity n Threeness -

Of Happenings Edit

English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
Advent n the Coming; the Onset -
All Saints Day n Allhallowmas, Hallowmas -
Ascension Day n Heavenfare's Day Gang-Day (<OE gangdæg)
Baptism of the Lord n Lord's Christening Lord's Fullwightening
Candlemas n - Glimmas
Christmas n Yule Cristesmass (<OE)
Day of Tribulation n - Arvethday, Arveth-day (<OE earfoþedæg; c.f. ME arveþ-sīþ)
Epiphany n - Sweetlingday (<OE sweotolungdæg), Atewmas (after Christmas, Candlemas, etc.)
Feast day n - simbleday (<OE symbeldæg)
Feast of Corpus Christi n - Wistforwandering Day
Feast of the Cross n Roodmas, Holy Rood Day -
Feast of the Transfiguration n - Forhallowing Day

Here and There Edit

English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
catacomb n - -
cathedral n headchurch -
cemetery n graveyard -
church n - Cristish worshiphouse, holy house
columbarium n - -
diocese n - bedereve shire
mausoleum n - -
mortuary n - deadhouse, bodyroom, bodyhouse
ossuary n - bonehouse
Paradise n - Nerxnawong
Pearly Gate n - Welkingate, Seahurstgate

Of Afterfollowings and Offsheddings (Sects and Denominations) Edit

English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
Albigenses adj - -
Augustinian adj - -
Benedictine adj - -
Bethlehemite adj - -
Bogomil adj - -
Catharist adj - -
Carmelite asj - -
Carthusian adj - -
Cistercian adj - -
Dominican adj - -
Franciscan adj - -
Jesuit adj - -
Mercedarian adj - -
Trinitarian adj - -
Waldensian adj - -

Of The Seven Deadly Sins Edit

English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
Acedia n Carelessness, Laziness -
Avarice n Greed Yetsing (<OE gitsung)
Envy n Nithe Nithenness
Glutton n - feelfret (ME feele, freten)
Gluttony n - Feelfretting
Lust n - Dernledging (<OE diernlicgan)
Pride n - Unmoodness
Ire n Anger, Rage, Wrath -

Of The Seven Heavenly Doughts (The Seven Heavenly Virtues) Edit

English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
Charity n Kindness, Openhandedness Givleness (OE gifol)
Chastity n Maidenhood, Maidendom Unswivenhood, Famenhood
Diligence n - Heedfastedness
Gratitude n Thank, Thankfulness -
Humility n Lowiness, Meekness Lowlayth, Lamblikeness, Sackclothness
Patience n Forbearingness Thild (<OE geþyld, cf. NHG Geduld)

Moodthwearness (<OE módþwǽrnes)

Temperance n - Forhaveness (<OE forhæfnes)

Of The Seven Holy Undertakings (The Seven Sacraments) Edit

Anglish Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
1. Baptism n Christening; Seating Fulwightening (<OE ġefulwihtnian)
2. Confirmation n Strengthening, Starkening Besteadying (NHG bestätigung)
3. Eucharist n Housel -
4. Penance n bemoaning, berueing, rueing After-thinking (Lancashire dialect)
5. Extreme Unction n - Throughsmearing of the Sick
6. Matrimony n - Beweddening (ME weddian)
7. Holy Orders n - Holy Hoding (<OE hádung)

Of The Three Godlorish Doughts (The Three Theological Virtues) Edit

English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
Aspiration n Hope -
Charity n *See The Seven Heavenly Doughts -
Faith n belief, trust, trow -

Of Things Edit

English Class Anglish (Attested) Anglish (Unattested)
Bible n Holy Book Cristbook when refering to Christianity
candelabrum n - glimtree
cartulary n - -
chalice n bowl way(e) (<OE wæge)
chrism n - -
chrismon n - -
christogram n - -
ciborium n - -
consuetudinary n - -
crown n wreath -
crucifix n rood -
crusade n roodfirding -
eleemosynary n - -
hoplochrism n - -
hymn n hymn (<OE ymen) Churchsong (<OE Ciricsang) -
hymnal n hymnbook -
missal n beadbook -
mosaic n - shardbild
Passion of the Christ n - Christ's Enachening
reliquary n - holychest