Take a look at this modern english word. villain which is the correct translation of the modern english word villain into middle english? lordynges nycetee vileinye verray
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The correct answer is C. Villeinye
The modern English word "Villain" means someone evil or cruel and because of this is involved in crime or evil actions. In terms of origin and evolution, it is believed this word was first related to a Latin word that meant someone from a village or someone who lives in a village; however, this meaning changed later with Middle English in which the word was "Vilinye" and this meant someone who dominates villages and is in the power, idea that was associated to being evil and cruel which was preserved until nowadays, although the word now is "villain". Therefore,e the correct translation or form of the word "villain" into Middle English is "Villeinye".
this answer to this question is c. allegory
stories with allegories have a hidden symbolic meaning with a theme. the hidden meaning can be political, or other real life problems.
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