hyge-geōmor, adj: sad in mind, sorrowful. (HUE-yuh-YEH-oh-mor / ˈhy-jə-ˌjɛoː-mɔr)
snel-scipe, m.n: boldness, bravery. (SNELL-SHIP-uh / ˈsnɛl-ˌʃɪ-pə)
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eald-writere, m.n: an antiquarian, one who writes about old or ancient matters. (EH-ald-WRIH-teh-ruh / ˈɛald-ˌwrɪ-tɛ-rə)
cēace, f.n: jaw, jawbone or mandible (frequently in the plural); perhaps also the jaw and the lower part of the face; upper part of the throat, cavity between the jaws. (CHAY-ah-chuh / ˈtʃeːa-tʃə)
un-wine, m.n: enemy (‘un-friend’). (UN-WIN-uh / ˈʌn-ˌwɪ-nə)
dēofol-dǣd, f.n: a devil-deed, diabolical deed. (DAY-ov-oll-DAD / ˈdeːɔ-vɔl-ˌdæːd)
brycg-weard, m.n: bridge-keeper, defender of a bridge. (BRUEJ-WEH-ard / ˈbrydʒ-ˌwɛard)
wiþerling, m.n: an adversary. (WITH-er-ling / ˈwɪ-θɛr-lɪŋ)
sǣ-ǣl, m.n: sea-eel. (SAE-AEL / ˈsæː-ˌæːl)
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frēond, m.n: friend. (FRAY-ond / ˈfreːɔnd)