gēac, m.n: a cuckoo. (YAY-ahk)
ymb-gang, m.n: a going round; a going about; circuit, circumference; a winding course, bend; going about a business. (UMB-gahng)
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frēo-bearn-fæder, m.n: a father of noble children. (FRAY-oh-BEH-arn-FAD-er)
lādian, wk.v: to excuse, clear (oneself of a charge), exculpate, defend; (as a technical legal term) to clear from an accusation. (LA-di-yahn)
sigebēacen, n.n: a sign or monument of victory gained, a trophy; an ensign that is to lead to victory, a banner. (SIH-yeh-BAY-ah-ken)
forþ-gang, m.n: a going forth, progress, advance; a passage, drain, privy. (FORTH-gahng)
bēod-genēat, m.n: table-companion. (BAY-odd-yeh-NAY-aht)
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gūþ-spell, n.n: war-tidings, news (of the outcome) of a battle. (GOOTH-spell)
dryht-cwēn, f.n: a noble queen. (DRUH’h’t-KWAIN)
salu-brūn, adj: dark-brown. (SAH-luh-BROON)