in-gemynd, f.n: memory, mind, remembrance. (in-ye-ˈmᵫnd)
bōc-cynn, n.n: a kind of book. (ˈbōk-ˌkᵫn)
scol-mann, m.n: one who attends a school, a scholar; one who belongs to a band, a follower, client. (SHOL-mahn)
ge-cȳðan, wk.v: to make known, tell, relate, proclaim, announce, inform. (yeh-CUTH-ahn)
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snotorscipe, m.n: prudence, sagacity. (SNOT-or-ship-eh)
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lār-þegn, m.n: teacher (lit. ‘lore-servant’). (LAR-thain)
steor-wigle, n.n: prognostication by the stars, astrology. (STEH-or-WE-leh)
glēawlīce, adv: prudently, wisely, clearly, well. (GLAY-aw-LEE-cheh)
rīm, n.n: number; a sum or aggregate of units; a collection of persons or things; a reckoning or calculation. (REEM)
mimorian, wk.v: to keep in the memory, remember. (MIM-oh-ree-ahn)