bēo, f.n: a bee. (BAY-oh)
word-cwide, m.n: a saying, words; speech, language. (WORD-cwid-eh)
nunne, f.n: a nun. (NUN-neh)
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mǣg-lagu, f.n: law regulating the duties and responsibilities of kinsmen, e.g. in the matter of paying or receiving certain parts of the wergild (‘man price’) if one of their number slew or was slain. (MAG-lah-goo)
gorst-bēam, m.n: a bramble. (GORST-BAY-ahm)
ge-neahhe, adv: enough, sufficiently, abundantly, frequently, very much, earnestly, instantly. (yeh-NAY-ah-heh)
regol, m.n: a rule; pattern, standard, norm; a canon, prescript; the body of rules which guide a particular order of ecclesiastics. (REH-gol)
bēcniendlīce, adv: allegorically or by parable. (BAKE-ni-end-LEE-cheh)
fēa, m.n: joy.
wræc-lāst, m.n: the track of an exile. (WRACK-lost)
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