Friday, 22 April 2016

The Old English for 'beard'

This is a really easy one:

Beard 
[bay-arrd]

Say it with a lilt, like you're from North of the Humber; slowly, like you're enjoying having a beard; and pensively, like your beard gives you new cognitive powers. Roll your rrs.

The Anglo-Saxons gave us a wonderful gift in this word.

Enjoy the beard.