a-teorigendlīc, adj: failing, fleeting, perishable. (ah-TEH-oh-rih-yend-LEECH / a-ˈtɛɔ-ɹɪ-jɛnd-ˌliːtʃ)
un-sceþþig, adj: innocent, harmless. (UN-SHEH-thee / ˈʌn-ˌʃɛ-θɪj)
þenning, f.n: stretching, extension. (THEN-ning / ˈθɛn-nɪŋ)
a-dīligian, wk.v: to destroy, annihilate, obliterate; to blot out, annul (something, especially sins, guilt, etc). (ah-DEE-lih-yih-ahn / a-ˈdiː-lɪ-jɪ-an)
un-swēte, adj: (of taste) bitter, sour; (of smell) offensive, fetid. (UN-SWAY-tuh / ˈʌn-ˌsweː-tə)
ymb-clyppan, wk.v: to embrace. (umb-KLUP-pahn / ɝmb-ˈklɝp-pan)
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æpsen, f.n: impudence, foulness. (APP-sen / ˈæp-sɛn)
gēoguþ-cnōsl, n.n: a youthful family, young progeny. (YAY-oh-guth-K’NOH-zull / ˈjeːɔ-gʌθ-ˌknoː-zəl)
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īðe-līce, adv: easily. (EE-thuh-LEE-chuh / ˈiː-θə-ˌliː-tʃə)
byldan, wk.v: to make bold, to animate, instigate, exhort, encourage, confirm. (BULL-dahn / ˈbɝl-dan)