mist-glōm, m.n: darkness caused by mist. [MIST-GLOAM]
word-lēan, n.n: reward for words (a song). [WORD-LÆ-ahn]
cum-līðe, adj: kind to comers or strangers, hospitable. [KOOM-LEE-theh]
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glōmung, f.n: twilight, gloaming. [GLO-mung]
dracan blōd, n.n: dragon’s blood, a pigment obtained from the dragon’s blood-tree. [DRA-kahn BLOD]
mist-hliþ, n.n: a mist-covered hill-side. [MIST-HLITH]
benc-sittende, v.ptc: sitting on a bench. (“BENCH-SIT-ten-deh”)
wolcen-faru, f.n: the cloud-host, the moving clouds. (“WOHL-chen-FA-roo”)
wil-dæg, m.n: a welcome day. (“weel-dæγ”)
nafel-sceaft, f.n: the navel. (“NA-vell-SHÆ-aft”)