līf-wynn, f.n: a pleasure or joy of life. (“leev-wuhn”)
of-hrēowan, wk.v: to cause grief or pity; to feel pity. (“ov-HRAY-oh-wan”)
gēoguþ-myru, f.n: youthful joy (?). (“YAY-oh-gooth-MUH-roo”)
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on-wæcenness, f.n: excitement, excitation. (“on-WÆ-chen-ness”)
anxsumnes, f.n: anxiety. (“ANKS-soom-ness”)
frēorig-ferþ, adj: sad in soul. (“FRAY-oh-ree-FERTH”)
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hopa, m.n: hope. (“HO-pah”)
wæfer-geornness, f.n: eagerness to see sights. (“WAV-er-YAY-orn-ness”)
frēorig, adj: freezing, chilled, frigid, frozen; chilled with fear or sorrow, trembling, sad. (“fray-oh-ree”)
be-forhtian, wk.v: to dread, to fear. (“bay-forh-tee-on”)