wist-full, adj: abounding in food, productive. (WIST-full)
wist, n.m/f: subsistence; a feast; eating, feasting. (WIST)
calwer, m.n: substance made out of sour milk, possibly a kind of cheese, yogurt, curds, or whey. (CALL-wer)
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ge-swētan, wk.v: to make sweet, sweeten, season. (yeh-SWAY-tahn)
symbel-gifa, m.n: a feast-giver. (SUM-bell-YI-vah)
wīngeard-hring, m.n: a cluster of grapes. (WEEN-YEH-ard-H’RING)
fōr-mete, m.n: provisions for a journey (‘fare-food’). (FOR-MEH-teh)
cucurbite, f.n: a gourd. (KUH-kur-bit-eh)
wīn-byrele, m.n: a vintner, wine merchant. (WEEN-BUH-rell-eh)
wīn, n.n: wine. (WEEN)
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