"Perhaps equating to "bad boy" in modern English
"Since he was a man of such authority"
Any of the Aethelings
"Original denoting noble birth, eventually coming to mean king's son"
"Half Danish, specifically the one with the white shirt"
"Has a poleaxe"
"Meaning grabby...This fellow was the refuse of mankind, the reproach of the English; an abandoned glutton, a cunning miscreant; who had become opulent, not by nobility, by specious language and impudence."
Probably carried a big knife
"Meaning Short-pants" (still counts as Anglo-Saxon because of Matilda of Flanders' descent from the house of Wessex. To me, I should say. I don't think anyone calling themselves Robert of Normandy would have called themselves Anglo-Saxon too, but what do I know.)
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