Old English Wordhord is creating the Old English Word of the Day
27

patrons

$92
per month
I've tweeted the Old English Word of the Day since November 2013 -- that's well over 1000 words! Fortunately, I am nowhere near the end of the Old English lexicon so I'm not going to run out any time soon.

I will keep on creating free content for Old English Wordhord for as long as I can, but it takes a couple hours a week to create content for the blog, Twitter, and Facebook. If you would like to support this work, you now have the chance to become a gold-gifa [gold-giver, liberal lord, patron; "gold-yee-vah"]. Your support would help me pursue other ideas and projects for the Wordhord.

Ideas for rewards are always welcome! What would you like to see from the Wordhord?

Although it's nice to have ongoing support to keep the Wordhord going, one-time donations are also welcome! Visit paypal.me/HanaVideen.
Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
8 patrons
Level: Frēond (friend)
You will receive my eternal gratitude!
Pledge $5 or more per month
20 patrons
Level: Gold-gifa (gold-giver, patron)
You get exclusive weekly posts (Wordhord Wednesday) and you may request a word for Gold-gifa Week (the last 7 days of each month). If you're on Twitter, I'll @ you with your word.
Pledge $10 or more per month
0 patrons
Level: Hrothgar (the good king Hrothgar whose generosity is renowned)
You will be credited on the Old English Wordhord Gold-gifa Page with your name, Twitter handle, and favourite Old English word, for as long as you continue to donate.
Pledge $25 or more per month
0 patrons
Level: Beowulf (not only are you a king and gold-gifa, you fight swamp trolls and dragons!)
You are a gold-gifa whose generosity rivals that of King Hrothgar!
Thank you! Ic þē þancung! ("itch thay than-koong")
Goals
$92 of $100 per month
Help me keep creating Old English content for Twitter, Facebook and Wordpress!
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I've tweeted the Old English Word of the Day since November 2013 -- that's well over 1000 words! Fortunately, I am nowhere near the end of the Old English lexicon so I'm not going to run out any time soon.

I will keep on creating free content for Old English Wordhord for as long as I can, but it takes a couple hours a week to create content for the blog, Twitter, and Facebook. If you would like to support this work, you now have the chance to become a gold-gifa [gold-giver, liberal lord, patron; "gold-yee-vah"]. Your support would help me pursue other ideas and projects for the Wordhord.

Ideas for rewards are always welcome! What would you like to see from the Wordhord?

Although it's nice to have ongoing support to keep the Wordhord going, one-time donations are also welcome! Visit paypal.me/HanaVideen.

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Tiers
Pledge $1 or more per month
8 patrons
Level: Frēond (friend)
You will receive my eternal gratitude!
Pledge $5 or more per month
20 patrons
Level: Gold-gifa (gold-giver, patron)
You get exclusive weekly posts (Wordhord Wednesday) and you may request a word for Gold-gifa Week (the last 7 days of each month). If you're on Twitter, I'll @ you with your word.
Pledge $10 or more per month
0 patrons
Level: Hrothgar (the good king Hrothgar whose generosity is renowned)
You will be credited on the Old English Wordhord Gold-gifa Page with your name, Twitter handle, and favourite Old English word, for as long as you continue to donate.
Pledge $25 or more per month
0 patrons
Level: Beowulf (not only are you a king and gold-gifa, you fight swamp trolls and dragons!)
You are a gold-gifa whose generosity rivals that of King Hrothgar!
Thank you! Ic þē þancung! ("itch thay than-koong")