cū-tægel, m.n: a cow’s tail. (KOO-TÆ-yell)
gēac, m.n: a cuckoo. (YAY-ahk)
cū-micge, f.n: cow’s urine. (KOO-midg-eh)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on the medicinal use of cow pee. Read it on Patreon.
regn-snegel, n: a snail or slug. (RAIN-SNAY-yell)
heord, f.n: a herd, flock; a group of domestic animals of one kind kept together under the charge of one or more persons. (HAY-ord)
lamb, n.n: a lamb. (LAHMB)
gafol-heord, f.n: a taxable stock or hive of bees; a swarm of bees rented from the lord, the rent being paid in honey. (GAV-ol-HAY-ord)
fen-fugelas, m.n(pl): fen-birds, fen fowl. (FEN-FUH-yell-ahs)
In this week’s Wordhord Wednesday post, discover what you can do with rose oil, finny fish, and an application of pig’s lard. Read it on Patreon.
regn-wyrm, m.n: an earthworm. (RAIN-WURM)
weorf-tord, n.n: dung of beasts. (WAY-orv-TORD)