I'm not a linguistics student, so my bad if this is actually very obvious/can be found online (I tried. Really.), but what is, exactly, the OE Gloss.?
All I could find is that it means Old English Glossary, and even that was just me guessing. I've been guessing that it's a book, and so I tried Googling as though it was. Before that, I just tried the abbreviation (as that's how it was in the OED website), and then I tried the name without any kind of abbreviation, then etc.
I'm not sure if this part is important, but basically, I have a short etymology paper to write and one of the sources of the first attestation of the word is this. The OE Gloss. And I have to write a few sentences about it, so I do have to do some research on it, though I can't find anything at all. At least, I don't think I'm finding the correct information. And to add to that, I'm not even a hundred percent sure if the OE Gloss. is the actual source. Even though I've been told by my professor that it is. Here is the extract from the OED website:
OE. Gloss. in Haupt Zeitschrift
To me, it sounds that the source is this Zeitschrift book. Or perhaps that's me just hoping it is, because I found information on Zeitschrift, and nothing on OE. Gloss.
Can anyone please help? And apologies if this isn't the right stack exchange - it's my first time posting anything on this website.