þenning, f.n: stretching, extension. (THEN-ning / ˈθɛn-nɪŋ)
frēorig-mōd, adj: sad or anxious in mind. (FRAY-o-rih-MOAD / ˈfɹeːɔ-ɹɪ-ˌmoːd)
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feoh, n.n: cattle, livestock; property, wealth, money; value, price, fee; name of the F-rune ᚠ. (FEH-oh / ˈfɛɔh)
bleoh, n.n: colour, hue, complexion. (BLEH-o’h / ˈblɛɔh)
sund-reced, n.n: sea-hall or sea-house, a term for the ark. (SUND-REH-ched / ˈsʌnd-ˌɹɛ-tʃɛd)
land-hlāford, m.n: lord of an estate or manor. (LAWND-H’LAH-vord / ˈland-ˌhlaː-vɔɹd)
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bōc, f.n: book. (BOAK / ˈboːk)
a-dīligian, wk.v: to destroy, annihilate, obliterate; to blot out, annul (something, especially sins, guilt, etc). (ah-DEE-lih-yih-ahn / a-ˈdiː-lɪ-jɪ-an)
gālsere, m.n: a lustful man. (GALL-zeh-ruh / ˈgaːl-zɛ-ɹə)
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belced-swēora, adj: swollen-necked, having a neck which is puffed up with pride. (BELL-ched-SWAY-oh-ra / ˈbɛl-tʃɛd-ˌsweːɔ-ɹa)