wyrm-basu, adj; scarlet. (WURM-bah-zoo)
weoloc-rēad, adj: of the red colour that is got from the weoloc (a kind of shellfish or whelk), scarlet, purple. (WAY-oh-lock-RAY-ahd)
salu-brūn, adj: dark-brown. [SA-loo-BROON]
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dæg-rēd, n.n: dawn, daybreak, early morning (lit. day-red). [DÆγ-RAYD]
geolwe, adv: with a yellow tinge. (“YAY-oll-way”)
gærs-grēne, adj: grass-green. (“garz-gray-neh”)
snāw-hwīt, adj: snow-white. (“snaaw-hweet”)
wād, n.n: woad (a plant much used for dyeing). (“wah-d”)
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weolcen-rēad, adj: scarlet, purple. (“way-ol-chen-ray-odd”)
hasu-pāda, m.n: one having a grey garment; a term applied to the eagle. (“ha-soo-pah-dah”)