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)
lyft-sceaþa, m.n: robber of the air (i.e. raven). (LUFT-SHAY-ah-thah)
attor-coppa, f.n: a spider. (AH-tor-KOP-pa) The –coppa part is related to modE ‘cobweb’ or the obsolete ‘cop’.
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nīþ-draca, m.n: a hostile, malicious dragon. (NEETH-DRAH-ka)
wicg, n.n: (poetical) a steed. (WIDG)
scēap-wīc, n.n: a sheepfold. (SHAY-op-WEECH)
niht-buttorflēoge, f.n: an insect that flies at night. (NI-h’t-BUT-tor-FLAY-oh-yeh)
smēa-wyrm, m.n: a penetrating worm, worm that makes its way into the flesh. (SMAY-ah-wurm)
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nēo-fugol, m.n: bird that feeds on carrion (such as a vulture or crow). (NAY-oh-FUH-goll)