Like the Latin participle in -ns, it was originally declined.
She said, "There's a camp of our men out there, two hundred of them, and they will pay you'ns for pestering me!"
Ns he bedled re soan lufe, aa he bd Drihten for his eowan hle.
Ns seo eadige Maria na ofslegen ne gemartyrod lichomlice, ac gastlice.
Ns na se Hlend on a wisan gecostnod; foron e he ws of mdene acenned buton synne, and ns nan ing wyrlices on him.
He ns a lichamlice on re byrgene, see ghwr bi urh his godcundan mihte.
He a tbrst am hunde, and to lngum fyrste sian, for re sceame, ns gesewen on Romana-byrig.
Ns Iohannes mid ehtnysse geneadod t he Criste wisoce, ac eah he sealde his lf for Criste, aa he ws for sofstnysse gemartyrod.
Ns t hs fter manna gewunan getimbrod, ac mid mislicum torrum gehwemmed, to gelicnysse sumes scrfes.
At Ns the valley is wide, and luxuriant green pastures and beautiful trees enliven the landscape.