ge-māh, adj: shameless, obstinate, stubborn, impious, wicked, importunate. (yeh-MAH / jɛ-ˈmaːh)
swīn, n.n: pig, swine. (SWEEN / ˈswiːn)
wundrian, wk.v: to wonder at, to regard with surprise or admiration. (WUN-dri-ahn / ˈwʌn-dɹɪ-an)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is the 7th instalment of Judith (The Surprise). Read and listen on Patreon.
hwealf, f.n: vault, sky. (H’WEH-alf / ˈhwɛalf)
eaxl-gestealla, m.n: comrade in arms, fellow warrior (‘shoulder companion’). (EH-ahk-sul-yeh-STEH-ah-la / ˈɛak-səl-jɛ-ˌstɛa-la)
regnian, wk.v: to set in order, arrange, dispose, regulate. (REH-ni-ahn / ˈɹɛj-nɪ-an)
hassuc, m.n: coarse grass, a place where such grass grows. (HA-suck / ˈha-sʌk)
gēan-pæþ, m.n: hostile path, opposing road, a path along which one goes to oppose another. (YAY-on-PATH / ˈjeːan-ˌpæθ)
swic-dōm, m.n: deceit, fraud; treachery, failure in loyalty, treason; an offence. (SWITCH-DOAM / ˈswɪtʃ-ˌdoːm)
here-gang, m.n: an attack by an army. (HEH-ruh-GAHNG / ˈhɛ-ɹə-ˌgaŋ)
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