A Consolidated Library of Anglo-Saxon Poetry

Word Explorer: tree

Number of occurrences in corpus: 14

A.3.4 113 ring heart he rises to a high tree, / from where he can most easil
A.3.4 122 ird, bright, departs from the tree of the grove, / passes swift i
A.3.4 172 nhabits and keeps to / a lofty tree in the forest, / secure in roo
A.3.4 174 ts under heaven’s roof, / [a tree] that men call ‘phoenix’ a
A.3.4 176 mankind, / has granted to that tree, as I have heard tell, / that i
A.3.4 201 bright trappings / inside that tree, where the wild bird / builds a
A.3.4 203 he wasteland / above the lofty tree, beautiful and lovely, / and hi
A.3.4 401 d them food, the fruit of the tree, / so that through evil counsel
A.3.4 448 his heart. / That is the lofty tree in which the holy now / have t
A.3.4 643 er / the pains of death on the tree of the cross, / a terrible pun
ALCVIN.VPatRegSanctEubor 726 hepherd who had fallen from a tree; / and how, even though sick him
ALDHELM.CarmVirg 339 rule, the ruler saw / a mighty tree with leafy trunk growing out
ALDHELM.CarmVirg 344 ightly signified by the lofty tree, / one whose rule heavenly power
ALDHELM.CarmVirg 2498 the forbidden apple from the tree; / and from him a pestilential s