*93. OE adjectives, like nouns, have inflexions to indicate Gender, Number and Case. Because of Agreement, the form of the adjective depends on the form of the noun which it modifies.
*94. There are two major adjectival paradigms, strong and weak. Determining which paradigm to use depends on the relationship between the adjective and other words.
*95. Two paradigms for a model adjective, gōd/gōda GOOD, follow here. It may be noted that many of the endings of the strong and weak adjectives are identical with those of the strong and weak nouns; however, a few (eg. -um) do indicate different functions from those which might be expected in noun paradigms.
**96. Weak paradigm
**97. Strong paradigm
Most adjectives behave like gōd. The main group of exceptions consist of adjectives like cwic ALIVE, which differ from gōd in the Strong Nom Sg and Pl, thus:
Masc cwic, Fem cwicu, Neut cwic
Masc cwice, Fem cwice/-a, Neut cwicu