sige-cwēn, f.n: a victorious queen. (SIH-yeh-KWAIN)
wiþer-breca, m.n: an adversary. (WITH-er-BREH-ka)
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gūþ-cræft, m.n: warlike power or skill. (GOOTH-kraft)
cēne, adj: keen, fierce, bold, brave, warlike. [KAY-neh]
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wōl-gewinn, n.n: a conflict where there is a great mortality. [WOL-yeh-WIN]
māl-sweord, n.n: a sword with inlaid ornament. [MALL-SWEH-ord]
strǣl-bora, m.n: an archer. (“STRÆL-boh-ra”)
ge-wǣpnian, wk.v: to arm, furnish with weapons. (“yeh-WÆP-nee-ahn”)
ferd-faru, f.n: a military expedition. (“FAIRD-FA-roo”)
here-numa, m.n: a captive, prisoner of war. (“hay-ray-noo-mah”)