I love how we are purifying the English language to rid it of its Romantic influence to be much more Germanic. But I was thinking, what if we took the next step and changed the grammar to be closer to Old English. There are two ways this could be done: Through a modern sound change filter, in which the sounds change to the proper patterns of today; or, try to mimic as best we can to the original Old English. I personally prefer the former so that is what I'm going to show below.

NOUNS: There are 4 cases(nominative, accusative, genitive, and dative) for singular, plural; strong and weak. In total, there are 16 noun declensions not including the three grammatical genders because it is very difficult to figure which gender a noun is. A weak noun ends in a vowel and a strong one ends in a consonant. 

Strong Noun: cat, in anglish: puss


nom: puss

acc: puss

gen: pusses

dat: pusse


nom: pusses

acc: pusses

gen: pusse

dat: pussen

Sentence examples

The puss eateth.

The dog hotfooteth the puss.

The dog eateth the pusses food.

The dog gave the pusse a wound.

The pusses eaten.

The dogs hotfooten the pusses.

The dogs eateth the pusse food.

The dogs gaven the pussen a wound.

Weak Noun: name


nom: name

acc: name

gen: namen

dat: namen


nom: namen

acc: namen

gen: namene

dat: namen

Sentence Examples:

My name is Sam.

I changede my name.

These aren my namen. 

I gave the namen a lengthening. 

The namen aren the same.

We changeden the namen.

The namene runen are ugly.

We gaven the namen lengtheninges.