nēo-fugol, m.n: bird that feeds on carrion (such as a vulture or crow). (NAY-oh-FUH-goll)
bēo-ceorl, m.n: bee-keeper. (BAY-oh-CHAY-orl)
sēamere, m.n: beast of burden, mule. (SAY-ah-MEH-reh)
mere-swīn, n.n: a ‘sea-pig’, porpoise, dolphin. (MEH-reh-SWEEN)
wande-weorpe, f.n: a mole. (WAHN-deh-WEH-orp-eh)
hana-sang, m.n: cockcrow. (HA-na-zahng)
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firgen-gāt, f.n: a mountain goat. (FIR-yen-GAHT)
hwæl, m.n: whale (also referring to any of various large marine mammals, including dolphins, porpoises, walruses, etc). (h’WAL)
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