wrenc, m.n: a trick, artifice, wile, stratagem; a modulation of the voice. (WRENK)
cnucel, m.n: a knuckle, joint. (K’NUCK’ell)
rǣran, wk.v: to cause to rise, to rear, raise; to lift up, move from a lower to a higher position; to set up, establish; to give rise to, excite; to exalt. (RA-rahn)
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þrēat, m.n: a troop, band, crowd, body of people, swarm, press, throng. (THRAY-aht)
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mynster-gang, m.n: going into a monastery, entering on a monastic life. (MUN-ster-GONG)
mǣg, m.n: a relative, kinsman. Also, f.n: a woman, kinswoman. (MA-γ)
gūþ-fugel, m.n: a bird of war, eagle. (GOOTH-fuh-yell)
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gūþ-frec, adj: bold in war. (GOOTH-freck)
endleofan-gilde, adj: entitled to elevenfold compensation. (END-lay-ov-on-YILL-deh)
endleofan, n/adj/numeral: 11. (END-lay-ov-on)