fǣhþ, f.n: feud, vengeance, enmity, hostility, deadly feud, that enmity which the relations of the deceased waged against the kindred of the murderer. (FAE’H’TH / ˈfæːxθ)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is a gentle reminder to wear chain mail when swimming, at least in the waters of Norway. Read it on Patreon.
līc-sirce, f.n: coat of mail. (LEECH-SIR-chuh / ˈliːtʃ-ˌsɪr-tʃə)
fyrn-geflit, n.n: age-old quarrel, ancient strife. (FURN-yeh-FLIT / ˈfɝɹn-jɛ-ˌflɪt)
here-grīma, m.n: helmet, or more specifically, visor. (HEH-ruh-GREE-ma / ˈhɛ-ɹə-ˌgɹiː-ma)
inwit-flān, m.n: a treacherous shaft, evil arrow. (IN-wit-FLAHN / ˈɪn-wɪt-ˌflaːn)
hrēþ, m.n: glory, victory, triumph, honour. (HRAITH / ˈhɹeːθ)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is the 8th instalment of Judith (The Victory). Listen to and read it on Patreon.
eaxl-gestealla, m.n: comrade in arms, fellow warrior (‘shoulder companion’). (EH-ahk-sul-yeh-STEH-ah-la / ˈɛak-səl-jɛ-ˌstɛa-la)
here-gang, m.n: an attack by an army. (HEH-ruh-GAHNG / ˈhɛ-ɹə-ˌgaŋ)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is the 6th instalment of Judith (The Battle). Listen to and read it on Patreon.
fēond-sceaþa, m.n: enemy, hostile ravager. (FAY-ond-SHEH-ah-tha / ˈfeːɔnd-ˌʃɛa-θa)
wyndle, f.n: a wound. (WUND-luh / ˈwɝnd-lə)