un-āræfnedlīce, adv: intolerably. (un-AH-rav-ned-LEECH-eh / ʌn-ˈaː-ɹæv-nɛd-ˌliː-tʃɛ)
sculan, v: to owe, shall, must, ought, be obliged. (SHUH-lahn / ˈʃʌ-lan)
ælmes-æcer, m.n: a field the produce of which was given as alms, first-fruits. (AL-mez-ACK-er / ˈæl-mɛz-ˌæk-ɛɹ)
gyfu-þancung, f.n: thanks (in pl.); gyfuþancunga gedon ‘to give thanks’. (YUH-vuh-THON-kung / ˈjɝ-vʌ-ˌθan-kʌŋ)
be-sceatwyrpan, wk.v: to betroth. (beh-SHEH-aht-WUR-pahn / bɛ-ˈʃɛat-ˌwɝɹ-pan)
loc-stān, m.n: a stone that closes the entrance to a cave. (LOCK-STAHN / ˈlɔk-ˌstaːn)
þrosm, m.n: smoke, vapour; darkness, a dark space. (THRAW-zum / ˈθɹɔ-zəm)
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cniht-wesende, adj: being a boy, as a youth. (K’NI’HT-WEH-zen-deh / ˈknɪht-ˌwɛ-zɛn-dɛ)
not-georn, adj: busy in useful employment, profitably employed, diligent in business. (NOT-YEH-orn / ˈnɔt-ˌjɛɔɹn)
lāf, f.n: what is left, remnant, remains, relic, remainder. (LAHF / ˈlaːf)
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