þanc-metung, f.n: deliberation, consideration. (THONK-meh-tung)
big-spell, n.n: a parable, fable, example, proverb, story. (BIG-SPELL)
rīm-cræftig, adj: skillful in computation. (REEM-KRAFT-ee)
on-gitan, str.v: to perceive (by seeing, hearing or feeling); to feel, be of opinion, judge; to know, hear of, find out; to recognize. (on-YIT-ahn)
tungol-cræft, m.n: star-craft, astronomy, astrology. (TUN-gol-KRAFT)
scolu, f.n: a school; a band or troop of people, a shoal, school (in school of fishes). (SHOLL-uh)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post concerns a sea-ready funeral ship. Listen and read on Patreon.
bēcniendlīce, adv: allegorically or by parable. (BAKE-ni-end-LEE-cheh)
āscian, wk.v: to ask, question, interrogate; to learn, find out by inquiry. (AH-ski-on)
þancol, adj: addicted to thought, acute. (THAN-kol)
cræft-glēaw, adj: sage-minded, science-learned. [KRÆFT-glay-aw]
For this week’s Wordhord Wednesday I read excerpts from Beowulf in a voice I hope is hādor. Read and listen on Patreon.