gylden

gylden

(ˈɡɪldən)
adj
(Colours) an archaic form of golden
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AEt paem ade waes epgesyne swatfah syrce, swyn eal gylden, eofer irenheard, aepeling manig wundum awyrded; sume on waele crungon.
8v: Dath althar Anthonij hefft gehadt--4 presters, de hebben beleuet des der gylden Sunte Anthonij broderschop).
Axel Gylden, periodista especializado en America Latina, publico en la edicion del 11 de febrero del semanario L'Express un reportaje de dos paginas dedicado sobre todo a la historia de Moreaux.
Gylden enfatizo: "Hace tres meses, la detencion brutal de Gilles Moreaux fue seguida por un interrogatorio salvaje digno de las dictaduras argentina y chilena de los anos setenta".
Among the many grooves there is a prominent one called the Gylden Valley (L92), which cuts through the rim of the 29-mile-wide crater Gylden.
The Lunar 100 Size Name (miles) Description L67 Fra Mauro Formation -- Apollo 14 landing site on Imbrium ejecta L76 W Bond 97 Large crater degraded by Imbrium ejecta L92 Gylden Valley 60 Part of the Imbrium radial structure Moon, March 2008 New Moon Mar.
The bridge is seen as a ship operations center, incorporating controls and displays for all essential vessel functions (Hederstrom & Gylden, 1992).
It is also obvious that most i-umlaut forms were replaced in Middle English (thus wyrcean by worken, gylden by golden, cy by cows, though kine is recorded quite late); and that the genetic relations became opaque, that is, that the derived form became isolated from its base (cf.