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Definition of Atheling

Atheling
Atheling Ath"el*ing ([a^]th"[e^]l*[i^]ng), n. [AS. [ae][eth]eling noble, fr. [ae][eth]ele noble, akin to G. adel nobility, edel noble. The word [ae][eth]el, E. ethel, is in many AS. proper names, as Ethelwolf, noble wolf; Ethelbald, noble bold; Ethelbert, noble bright.] An Anglo-Saxon prince or nobleman; esp., the heir apparent or a prince of the royal family. [Written also Adeling and [AE]theling.]

Meaning of Atheling from wikipedia

- Ætheling (/ˈæθəlɪŋ/; also spelt aetheling, atheling or etheling) was an Old English term (æþeling) used in Anglo-Saxon England to designate princes of...
- other person known by the title Ætheling. Also spelt Æþeling, Aetheling, Atheling, or Etheling. The title Ætheling denotes a prince eligible for the throne...
- Saint Margaret of Scotland (Scottish Gaelic: Naomh Maighréad; Scots: Saunt Marget, c. 1045 – 16 November 1093), also known as Margaret of Wes****, was an...
- HMS Atheling (D51) was a Royal Navy Ruler-class escort carrier of the Second World War. She was a US built ship provided under lend lease and returned...
- magazines. From 1917 he wrote music reviews for the New Age as William Atheling and art reviews as B. H. Dias. In May 1917 Margaret Anderson hired him...
- 105–109. Edward 18 at Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England Marek, Miroslav. "Genealogy for Edward the Exile". Genealogy.EU. Edward Atheling of Wes****...
- Ælfred Æþeling (English: Alfred the Noble) (c. 1005–1036), was one of the eight sons of the English king Æthelred the Unready. He and his brother Edward...
- Budrys said that Atheling had, along with Damon Knight, "transformed the reviewer's trade in this field". He described the persona of Atheling as "acidulous...
- William Ætheling (Middle English: [ˈwiliəm ˈaðəliŋɡ], Old English: [ˈæðeliŋɡ]; 5 August 1103 – 25 November 1120), commonly called Adelin, sometimes Adelinus...
- Cyneheard the Atheling (died 786) was the brother of Sigeberht, briefly King of Wes****. Sigeberht was deposed in 757 with the agreement of the Witan. Cynewulf...