Pteridium_aquilinum

fearn

noun, n., a-decl., 29 occ.

Type: plant

Last Update: 10.05.2011 13:42

Old-English: fæarn, fe[a]rn-, fearn, fearn, fearn-, feran, fern, haraes, nraf, feran, fearnes, fearne, færne, fearna,

Latin (Machine generated): FELICEM, FILEX, FILEX.I.FELGERIA UEL, FILICEM, FILICEMQUE, FILICUMQUE, FILIX, GITSANA,

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References Last Update: 14.07.2022 06:47

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Meanings Last Update: 10.05.2011 13:11

  • A: plant:
    -, fern species, Farnart
  • B: plant: native
    ? Pteridium aquilinium (L.) Kuhn, bracken, Adlerfarn
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Comments Last Update: 10.05.2011 13:25

  • Comment on (A): -, fern species, Farnart

    OE fern denotes several fern species: the L HA as a description of Asplenium L., spleenwort, Streifenfarn, cf. Hunger (1935,167): Ch. LXXIX: FILIX = Asplenium sp.; also cf. →eofor-fearn.

  • Comment on (B): ? Pteridium aquilinium (L.) Kuhn, bracken, Adlerfarn

    Cf. →fearn, micle; according to Cockayne (1961,III,325) Dryopteric filix mas (L.) Schott, male fern, Wurmfarn but more probable P. aquilinum, which can grow up to 2m in height; also cf. NHG Groß-Farnkraut, P. aquilinum (Pritzel / Jessen 1967,319), and →eofor-fearn.

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Occurrences Last Update: 10.05.2011 13:27

  • AntFö, 141,236 FILEX fearn
  • Ars Tatuini, (L), Law, Anglo-Saxon England 6,78 FILEX nraf[1]
  • Ars Tatuini, (P), Law, Anglo-Saxon England 6,78 FILEX haraes[2]
  • Bo (B9.3.2), 23.51.28 þæt fearn
  • Br,WW, 297,16 FELICEM fearn
  • C 28, Na 56, 432 FILIX fearn
  • C 9, Bo, Bright S.491 FILICEMQUE and fearn
  • Ch 1600 (Hearne) (B15.8.631), 6 up big þæm fearne
  • Ch 1600 (Hearne) (B15.8.631), 6 from þam fearne
  • ClQu, 218,4 FILICUMQUE and fearnes
  • ClSt, F 171 FILIX fearn
  • ClSt, F 174 FELICEM fearn
  • ClSt, F 319 FILICUMQUE fearnes ł fearna
  • ClSt, F 435[3] FILIX fearn
  • Cp, 890(F 165) FILIX fearn
  • D 11, f.6r, col.1 FILICUMQUE fearnes ł fearna
  • D 11, f.7r, col.3 FILIX fearn
  • D 11, f.7v, col.3 FILICEM fearn
  • Dur, 174 FILEX fearn
  • Ep, 420 FILIX fearn
  • Erf, 420 FILIX feran
  • HA, LXXVIII, 180/23[4] nsg Fern
  • HA, LXXVIII, 180/25[5] asg þe man FILICEM 7 oþrum naman fearn nemneþ
  • HA, LXXVIII, 188/11[6] dsg fearne
  • HA, LXXVIII, 32/11 nsg FILIX ƀ is fearn
  • Laud, 654 FILEX.I.FELGERIA UEL fern
  • LB, 20/39 dsg fearne
  • Æ, (W) 311,2[7] GITSANA færn
  • Æ, 311,15 FILEX fearn
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Image Last Update: 10.05.2011 13:42

? Pteridium aquilinium (L.) Kuhn, bracken, Adlerfarn

Pteridium_aquilinum

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[1]:

Cf. Law (1977,78,A.5): "Nraf and haraes are corrupt renderings of nraef (fearn spelt backwards)."

[2]:

Cf. note on Ars Tatuini (L), Law, Anglo-Saxon England 6,78.

[3]:

The complete gloss reads: FILIX fearn, CUIUS RADIX UTILIS EST AD SOLUENDAM DIFFICULTATEM PARIENDI.

[4]:

FILIX fearn B.

[5]:

Cf. 182/1ff: "genim þas ylcan wyrte [= fearn] þær heo on becenan treowes wyrttruman gewexen sy".

[6]:

Ch. LXXXV; Cont.: Đeos wyrt þe man RADIOLUM 7 oþrum naman eforfearn nemneþ ys gelic fearne; Hunger (1935,188): SIMILES EST FILICI.

[7]:

The gloss is erroneous for fana (cf. s.v.).