drēor, m.n: blood. (DRAY-or / ˈdreːɔr)
hell, f.n: the abode of the dead, underworld in which the spirits of the departed dwell; the hell of the damned, place of eternal punishment for evil human beings and angels. (HELL / ˈhɛl)
lēas-bregd, m.n: deceit, fraud, trick, cheat, wile. (LAY-ahs-BREYD / ˈleːas-ˌbrɛjd)
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līðan, adj: to go (generally by sea), sail. (LEE-than / ˈliː-θan)
snǣd-mǣlum, adv: by bits, a bit at a time. (SNAED-MAE-lum / ˈsnæːd-ˌmæː-lʌm)
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nacod, adj: naked, bare. (NA-kod / ˈna-kɔd)
micel-ǣte, adj: eating much, gluttonous. (MIH-chell-AE-tuh / ˈmɪ-tʃɛl-ˌæː-tə)
tō-gang, m.n: access, approach. (TOH-GAHNG / ˈtoː-ˌgaŋ)
scoppa, m.n: a shop, a booth or shed for trade or work. (SHOP-pa / ˈʃɔp-pa)
ōfostlīce, adv: hastily, speedily, in haste. (OH-vost-LEE-chuh / ˈoː-vɔst-ˌliː-tʃə)