lǣce-hūs, n.n: a hospital, building where the sick or injured are cared for. (LATCH-eh-HOOS)
ellen-sīoc, adj: infirm or languid from want of strength, deprived of strength, powerless (lit. ‘strength-sick’). (EL-len-ZEE-ock)
brēost-sefa, m.n: heart, mind, innermost thought. (BRAY-ost-SEV-ah)
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mid-hrif, n.n: the midriff; the diaphragm, separating the heart from the stomach, etc.; also the entrails. (MID-HRIF)
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hāsian, wk.v: to grow hoarse. (HA-zee-on)
hrǣc-gebræc, n.n: a cold in the chest, hoarseness. (HRACK-yeh-BRACK)
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scēat, m.n: a corner, an angle; a corner, quarter; a projection, promontory; a nook, corner, region; a lap, bosom; a bay; a garment; a cloth, napkin. (SHAY-aht)
cnucel, m.n: a knuckle, joint. (K’NUCK’ell)
cū-ēage, f.n: a cow’s eye. (KOO-AY-ah-yeh)
hlēor, n.n: a cheek, face. (HLAY-or)