on-fōn, str.v: to take; to receive; to accept. (on-PHONE / ɔn-ˈfoːn)
ebur-þring, m.n: the celestial sign Orion. (EH-bur-THRING / ˈɛ-bʌr-ˌθrɪŋ)
hold, adj: kind, friendly, pleasant, favourable, gracious (of a prince to his subject), faithful, loyal, devoted (of a subject to his prince). (HOLD / ˈhɔld)
costnian, wk.v: to tempt. (KOST-nih-yahn / ˈkɔst-nɪ-an)
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a-bedecian, wk.v: to get by asking or begging. (ah-BEH-de-chi-ahn / a-ˈbɛ-dɛ-tʃɪ-an)
ā-wenian, wk.v: to wean; to detach (someone) from an activity. (ah-WEH-ni-ahn / aː-ˈwɛ-nɪ-an)
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swiling, f.n: a swilling, washing, gargling, gargle. (SWILL-ing / ˈswɪ-lɪŋ)
hrēran, wk.v: to move, stir, shake; to stir up, agitate. (HRAY-rahn / ˈhreː-ran)
ofer-gǣgedness, f.n: transgression. (OV-er-GAE-yud-ness / ˌɔ-vɛr-ˈgæː-jəd-nɛs)
forþian, wk.v: to send (something) forth/out; to promote, advance (the well-being of someone/something); to carry out, accomplish (a task, undertaking, etc). (FOR-thi-ahn / ˈfɔr-θɪ-an)