Wow

I am just an amteur student of old english. my main interest is to understand the origins of Dutch, German and English all of which I use on a daily basis. I 1st bought a paper copy of Bosworth-Toller and then I used http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/books/asd/index.html

but this version is much more flexible and easier to use.

Unfortunately, it does not give the translations to related languages. It would be great to compare the words to old Norse, and the above languages. Also a translation back from English to old english would be very interesting.

http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/engol-EI.html

Anyway, this website is wonderfull !

Thanks for the heads up and

Thanks for the heads up and the link to the English Meaning Index!

The connection to related language is partly implemented by the icons in the Morphological Analysis section which take you to OED etc.

For translation from Modern English to OE, I'd recommend the free online OE Thesaurus: http://oldenglishthesaurus.arts.gla.ac.uk/menutoe.html but you can find a lot even here through the Advanced Search.