winter-sufel, n.n: provisions (other than bread) for the winter. [WIN-ter-SUV-ell]
morgen-drenc, m.n: a drink or potion to be taken in the morning. [MOR-yen-DRENK]
oflǣt-hlāf, m.n: a loaf of the bread used for the Eucharist. [OV-læt-HLOFF]
cū-butere, f.n: cow’s butter, butter made of cow’s milk. [KOO-BUH-teh-reh]
cum-feorm, f.n: entertainment of strangers; obligation to supply food and drink to (unexpected) visitors connected with a king’s court or members thereof. [KOOM-FEY-orm]
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cȳse, m.n: a cheese. [KUH-zeh]
spic, n.n: bacon, lard, the fat flesh of swine. [SPITCH]
niht-nihstig, adj: fasting for a night. [NIHT-NIHS-tee]
wīn-tunne, f.n: a wine cask. [WEEN-TUN-neh]
scenc, m.n: a draught, cup. (“shenk”)
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