irringa, adv: angrily, in anger. [IR-rin-ga]
ōga, m.n: terror, dread, horror, great fear; the cause/object which excites fear; a terrible, horrible thing. [OH-ga]
wollen-tēar, adj: having hot tears, with hot tears. [WOL-len-TÆ-ar]
ymb-hygdigness, f.n: care, anxiety, solicitude. [umb-HUG-deeγ-ness]
mōd-wēn, f.n: hope entertained by the mind. [MODE-wain]
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gesca, m.n: hiccough or sobbing. [YEH-sha]
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gliw, n.n: glee, joy, minstrelsy, mirth, jesting, drollery. [GLIW]
wōp-dropa, f.n: a tear. (“WOPE-DROP-ah”)
mōd-cearig, adj: anxious at heart. (“MODE-CHÆ-ah-reeγ”)
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līf-wynn, f.n: a pleasure or joy of life. (“leev-wuhn”)