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== Terminology ==
Using the speech of a thousand years ago to describe modern concepts can be difficult, but it can be done. Authentic words ought to be used where they exist in the extant ''Englisc'' textsglndish english,s. Excessive neologisms should be avoided, if genuine Anglo-Saxon vocabulary can be used and applied accurately. Where a word or a concept is needed which does not exist in the original, there are a few steps you can take when writing or editing articles, to conjure the best possible term.
# See what other Germanic languages call it. One thing you can do, if the word has a Wikipedia article, visit that article's English version, and look at its translation links on the left-hand side of the page. With the cursor hovering over each link, view the URL preview, and see what others call it. Useful languages to look for are '''Deutsch''', '''Dansk''', '''Íslenska''', '''Svenska''', '''Nederlands''', '''Frysk''', and sometimes even '''Seeltersk'''. This can also be done on the "Translations" section of any Wiktionary page.
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