edwīt-scype, m.n: cowardice. (ED-weet-SHUP-eh)
rōt, adj: glad, cheerful; noble, excellent. (ROAT)
hrēoh, adj: rough, fierce, savage, rough (of the weather, the sea, etc.); stormy, tempestuous, disturbed (of the mind). (HRAY-oh)
ēad-hrēðig, adj: happy, blessed. (AY-odd-HRAY-thee)
gram, adj: furious, fierce, wroth, angry, offended, incensed, hostile, troublesome. (GROM)
rēonig-mōd, adj: sad at heart, weary. (RAY-on-ee-MODE)
hǣlu-tīd, f.n: a time of well-being, a happy time. (HA-lu-teed)
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fēa, m.n: joy.
hrēow-līce, adv: miserably, cruelly, grievously; in a way to excite pity. (HRAY-oh-LEE-cheh)
rēonig, adj: mournful, sad, gloomy, weary. (RAY-oh-neeγ)