sund-hengest, m.n: a ship (lit. ‘sea-horse’). (SUND-HENG-est)
frēond-lufu, f.n: friendship, love. (FRAY-ond-luv-uh)
hēaðu-sigel, m.n: the sun (lit. sea-sun, perhaps from seeing the sunrise or set over the sea). (HAY-ah-thuh-SI-yell)
ofer-gedrync, n.n: excessive drinking or feasting. (OH-ver-yeh-DRUNK)
þanc-word, n.n: a word of thanks. (THONK-word)
For this week’s Wordhord Wednesday, hear some of the Christmas story in Old English. Listen on Patreon.
tungol-gimm, m.n: a starry gem, a star. (TUN-gol-YIM)
sib-gesihþ, f.n: a vision of peace (the literal translation of hierosolyma), the city of Jerusalem. (SIB-yeh-SIH’th)
dūst-swearm, m.n: a cloud of dust (of the motes in the sunlight). (DOOST-SWAY-arm)
niht-scūa, m.n: the darkness, shades of night. (NI’HT-SHOO-ah)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on”shelter-feathers” and an annoying story from Genesis. Read it on Patreon.
hlēow-feðer, f.n: a sheltering wing. (HLAY-oh-FETH-er)