So, in my writing project, which is medieval fantasy, the (known) world is separated into three large chunks; there are the northern countries, the Tanayah Empire to the south, and Wildwood to the east. The major nations are based on various real-life countries/regions, with a couple mixes (I started having one country based on Norway, and it's kind of slipped into Scotland). As such, I have attempted to have the names of people and locations in the various countries rooted in various languages from the medieval, or really just non-roman periods of their IRL countries. So far, I haven't really had much trouble at all with finding words that sound like town names and translate into stuff that might provide forshadowing, until I got to Braeseth. Braeseth, culturally and linguistically (if not historically), is based on England. I'm already using other celtic languages (Scottish-Gaelic and Welsh, primarily), and someone suggested I try using Anglo-Saxon (or Old English) when I ran into a wall with deciding Braeseth's language. The problem, I have not been able to find a usable translator that I don't have to pay for. Anyone have any ideas? I would resort to dictionaries or something, if I had access to Anglo-Saxon dictionaries. The woes of wanting to use a dead language that isn't latin, I guess. Seriously, though, I would be thankful for any suggestions. Thank you.