wracnian, wk.v: to be or travel in a foreign country, be a pilgrim or stranger. (“WRACK-nee-on”)
wōs, n.n: moisture, juice. (“wohs”)
wīntrēowig, adj: of a vine. (“WEEN-TRAY-oh-wee”)
hriddel, n.n: a riddle, sieve. (“HREED-dell”)
fæger, f.n/adj: fair, beautiful, joyous, pleasant, pleasing, sweet. (“FA-yair”)
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ap-flōd, m.n: the low tide. (“op-flohd”)
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dim-scūa, m.n: dimness, darkness. (“deem-shoo-ah”)
feoh-hūs, n.n: a treasure-house. (“FAY-oh-HOOS”)
mōdor, f.n: a mother (of human beings or of animals). (“MOH-dor”)
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