eald-writere, m.n: an antiquarian, one who writes about old or ancient matters. (EH-ald-WRIH-teh-ruh / ˈɛald-ˌwrɪ-tɛ-rə)
ge-wrītere, m.n: a writer. (yeh-WREE-teh-ruh / jɛ-ˈwriː-tɛ-rə)
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galdor, n.n: poem, song; incantation, charm. (GAL-dor / ˈgal-dɔr)
twisprǣcness, f.n: falseness in speech, detraction. (TWIH-SPRATCH-ness / ˈtwɪ-ˌspræːtʃ-nɛs)
reord-berend, m.n: ‘speech-bearer’, human. (REH-ord-BEH-rend / ˈrɛɔrd-ˌbɛ-rɛnd)
wōþ, f.n: voice, song, speech. (WOATH / ˈwoːθ)
lēoþ-wīs, adj: poetical, rhythmical. (LAY-oth-WEES / ˈleːɔθ-ˌwiːs)
a-meldian, wk.v: to betray, make known. (ah-MELL-di-ahn / a-ˈmɛl-dɪ-an)
sundor-sprǣc, f.n: where a single person speaks privately with one or more, private speech, a private conversation; where many speak in private, a private conference, council. (SUN-dor-SPRATCH / ˈsʌn-dɔr-ˌspræːtʃ)
lēoþ-weorc, n.n: song-making, poetry. (LAY-oth-WEH-ork / ˈleːɔθ-ˌwɛɔrk)
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