Welcome to the world's first web-page in Northumbro-Mersian, the modern Anglo-Saxon language! Welcommen in ðe firste webside ðes worldes in Norðumbro-Mersian, ðe nowlie tong ov ði Anglo-Sachsonen!
Norðumbro-Mersian is real Anglish. Tis ðe tong ov ði Anglo-Sachsonen, yet wiðout ði loaðsomen onworkingen ov distanten welshen tongen lice Francish and Romanish, which haven so entlonged nowli Anglish from its true Germanic breðren. Tis an statement by two prouden Anglanderen ðat ðe tong alltide to ðe folc should belong, and to its Germanicen rooten againstored should been. We sayen to alle truen Anglanderen: BE PROUDEN, SPEAC ÐE OLDE TONG!!
"WE SHALL DEFEND OUR ISLAND WHATEVER THE COST" by WINSTON CHURCHILL, First Minister ov Great Britain Before ðe Commonerenshouse, June 4, 1940 We shallen not flaggen nor failen. We shallen on to ðe ende goen. We shallen in Francenmarc and on ði seaen and oceanen fighten; we shallen wið growing selftrust and growing strength in ðe air fighten. We shallen our island whatever may be ðe cost foreswearen; we shallen on beachen, landing grounden, in fielden, in streeten and on ði hillen fighten. We shallen never upgiven and even if, which ig for ðe timebittling not believe, ðis island or an big part ðereov mastered and starving were, ðen our Worldsrealm beyond ði seaen, armed and shielded by ðe Britishe Fleet, will oncarry ðe struggel til in Gods goode tide ðe Newe Worlde wið all its weight and might, forðsetteð to ðe befreeing and ransom ov ðe Olde. (Trans. by F.A.Smith)
Alfred(b.849, r.871-899), ðe onlie Anglishe king ever ðe wiðname "Great" to becomen, was well worði ov it. Living in an tide when ðere alltide Vikingraiden gave, was he factly ðe firste king ðe whole of Angland to rule, save an bit ðat he ði Danen togiven musted. Were it not for Alfred, woulden ði Danen likeli ðe whole land gemastered haven, but he hit hem clearli at ðe Fighting ov Eðandun in 878. Alfred shaped an row ov forten, his kingdom to aroundgoen, and needed safeness from welshen inlandingen to given. He bilded also an shipfleet, his other shielden to forebetteren, and in so doing became called "Faðer ðes Anglishe Shipfleetes." Yet Alfreds reign was known for more ðan armiforespringen. He was an scriber ov gooden and fairen lawen in an tide wið few, an foreputter ov learning and an helper ov ði arten. Himself was he an learnedman, and overputted Latinen boocen into ðe ðenli Anglo-Sachson tong. In deað lieð he now in his headtown Winchester.