wacor, adj: watchful, vigilant. (WAH-kor)
ēar-clǣnsend, m.n: the ear-cleanser, the little finger. Also called ēar-finger. (AY-ar-KLAN-zend / AY-ar-FIN-yer)
un-nyt, adj: useless, vain, idle, unprofitable. (un-NUT)
galdor-cræft, m.n: art of enchantment, occult art, incantation. (GALL-dor-KRAFT)
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un-gelēaf, adj: unbelieving; incredulous. (un-yeh-LAY-off)
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lēas-sagol, adj: saying what is false, mendacious. (LAY-ahs-SAH-goll)
ge-gaderwist, f.n: state of being together (probably meaning cohabitation in marriage). (yeh-GAH-der-wist)
wealh-stod, m.n: an interpreter; one who serves as a medium between speakers of different languages; a mediator. (WEH-al’h-STOD)
ymbe, m.n: a swarm of bees. (UM-beh)
tihtle, f.n: a charge, accusation. (TIH’h’t’leh)