land-ādl, f.n: nostalgia (lit. ‘land-illness’). (LAHND-AH-dull)
ælf-þone, f.n: a plant, probably woody nightshade, bittersweet; used to treat ailments thought to have been caused by supernatural agency, especially skin disease and mental illness. (ALF-THON-eh)
þwēan, str.v: to wash; to anoint. (THWAY-on)
lācnung, f.n: healing, cure, remedy, medicine. (LAHK-nung)
ribb-spācan, n.n(pl): ‘rib-spokes’, possibly the brisket. (RIB-SPAH-kahn)
on-flyge, m.n: infectious disease, a disease which ‘flies’ at people. (on-FLUH-yeh)
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smēa-wyrm, m.n: a penetrating worm, worm that makes its way into the flesh. (SMAY-ah-wurm)
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lǣce-finger, m.n: the leech-finger, the fourth finger (though in one gloss it seems to be the little finger). (LATCH-eh-FIN-ger)
tindiht, adj: having spikes or teeth, beaked. (TIN-di’ht)
ge-mynd-drepen, f.n: swoon, delirium. (yeh-MUND-dreh-pen)