fisc-noþ, m.n: fishing; the action or practice of taking fish; the privilege or right of catching fish in certain waters. (FISH-noth / ˈfɪʃ-nɔθ)
wicg-cræft, m.n: steed-craft, skill in connection with horses. (WIDG-KRAFT / ˈwɪd͡ʒ-ˌkɹæft)
lāwerce, f.n: lark, specifically the skylark. (LAH-wehr-cheh / ˈlaː-wɛɹ-t͡ʃɛ)
oster-hlāf, m.n: oyster-patty. (OST-er-HLAHF / ˈɔs-tɛɹ-ˌhlaːf)
gnæt, m.n: gnat. (G’NAT / ˈgnæt)
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fēðe-mund, f.n: a ‘foot-hand’, the fore-feet of a four-legged animal. (FAY-theh-MUND / ˈfeː-θɛ-ˌmʌnd)
ācweorna, m.n: squirrel (contains the word āc ‘oak’). (AH-KWEH-or-na / ˈaː-ˌkwɛɔɹ-na)
hara, m.n: a hare. (ˈha-ra)
For the next week or so, I’m experimenting with IPA symbols. If I decide to keep this system, I’ll edit the Pronunciation page of this blog. See a guide to IPA symbols for more info.
flocc, m.n: flock; (of people) assembly, company, band; (in military context) troop, legion, company; gang, mob; a flock or herd of animals; a gathering or congregation of the animal and human members of a household. (ˈflȯk)
fisc-pōl, m.n: fish pool, fish pond. (ˈfish-ˌpōl)