What are some Elizabethan words?
- Would – wish.
- Well met – hello.
- Privy – informed.
- Resolve – to plan.
- Sirrah – young boy.
- Feign – to fake an emotion.
- Bawdy – low class or obscene.
- Crown – head.
What language did the Elizabethan people speak? Celtic, French, Norse, and Anglo-Saxon were spoken in different parts of the country, and no attempts were made to standardize.
How do you say in Elizabethan? AI – fair In this case, both letters are pronounced. The a is a short a and the i is like the Elizabethan i. The r is hard, and a little exaggerated (but not rolled or the pirate rrrrrr).
How would you say hello in Elizabethan times? HELLO = = GOODBYE
Good Morrow, Mistress Patterson. Good morning, Mrs.