mǣw, m.n: a sea-mew, gull. (MA-ew)
sund-hengest, m.n: a ship (lit. ‘sea-horse’). (SUND-HENG-est)
cū-horn, m.n: a cow’s horn. (KOO-horn)
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mūs, f.n: a mouse. (MOOS)
scēap-heord, f.n: a flock of sheep. (SHAY-op-HAY-ord)
wǣg-bora, m.n: a wave-bearer, a creature that lives beneath the waves. (WAγ-BO-ra)
here-fugol, m.n: a bird which attends an army, eagle, vulture, raven. (HEH-reh-FUH-goll)
gūþ-floga, m.n: one that flies to battle, a dragon. (GOOTH-FLO-ga)
gūþ-fugel, m.n: a bird of war, eagle. (GOOTH-fuh-yell)
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scolu, f.n: a school; a band or troop of people, a shoal, school (in school of fishes). (SHOLL-uh)
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