Definition of Cynewulf in English:

Cynewulf

Syllabification: Cyn·e·wulf
Pronunciation: /ˈkinəˌwo͝olf, ˈko͝on-
 
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  • (Late 8th-9th centuries), Anglo-Saxon poet. Four poems are attributed to him: Juliana, Elene, The Fates of the Apostles, and Christ II.

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