meter-cræft, m.n: the art of versification. [MEH-ter-CRÆFT]
dwild, n.n: error, heresy, a prodigy, spectre. [DWILD]
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salu-brūn, adj: dark-brown. [SA-loo-BROON]
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winter-wille, f.n: a spring that can be used in winter (?). Definition uncertain. [WIN-ter-WIL-leh]
hring-þegu, f.n: acceptance of rings, of gifts given by a lord. [HRING-THAY-goo]
gicel-gebland, n.n: a hailstorm. [YI-chell-yeh-BLOND]
drēam-cræft, m.n: the art of music. [DRAY-om-CRÆFT]
gītsian, wk.v: to covet, desire. [YEET-see-on]
seld-hwanne, adv: seldom, rarely. [SELD-HWAN-neh]
hrīm-ceald, adj: icy cold. [HREEM-CHAY-ald]
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