hēah-lufe, f.n: great love. (HAY-ah-h’LUH-vuh / ˈheːah-ˌlʌ-və)
gnornian, wk.v: to feel grief, regret; to feel or express discontent, murmur. (G’NOR-ni-yahn / ˈgnɔɹ-nɪ-an)
gītsian, wk.v: to covet, desire. (YEET-si-yahn / ˈjiːt-sɪ-an)
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hopian, wk.v: to hope (for), look forward, look with expectation toward; aspire to (something anticipated); to trust, have confidence, place one’s faith (in something). (HOP-i-yahn / ˈhɔ-pɪ-an)
hetelic, adj: (of animate beings) full of hate, malicious, malevolent; (of lust, fornication) hateful, odious, repulsive; (of inanimate/immaterial things) severe, fierce, harsh, violent; (of winter) severe, bitter. (HEH-teh-litch / ˈhɛ-tɛ-lɪtʃ)
heort-lufe, f.n: love which comes from the heart, heartfelt love (lit. heart-love). (HEH-ort-LUH-veh / ˈhɛɔɹt-ˌlʌ-vɛ)
tirging, f.n: vexation, provocation, harassing emotion. (TIR-ging / ˈtɪɹ-gɪŋ)
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un-murnlīce, adv: carelessly, without compunction, without anxiety. (UN-MURN-lee-cheh / ˈʌn-ˌmʌɹn-liː-t͡ʃɛ)
ōga, m.n: the feeling which is excited in a person, terror, dread, horror, great fear; an object which excites fear, a terrible, horrible thing. (OH-ga / ˈoː-ga)
egesfullīce, adv: terrifyingly. (EH-yes-full-LEECH-uh / ˈɛ-jɛs-fʌl-ˌliː-tʃə)