sǣ-grund

sǣ-grund, m.n: the depth of the sea, bottom of the sea. (SAE-GRUND / ˈsæː-ˌgɹʌnd)

This ostre (oyster) lives in the sǣ-grund. Needs ID – please comment if you know the source.

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