micel-ǣte, adj: eating much, gluttonous. (MIH-chell-AE-tuh / ˈmɪ-tʃɛl-ˌæː-tə)
undern-swǣsendu, n.n: breakfast. (UN-dern-SWAE-zen-duh / ˈʌn-dɛrn-ˌswæː-zɛn-dʌ)
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hæring, m.n: a herring. (HAE-ring / ˈhæ-ɹɪŋ)
swǣsende, n.n: food, victuals. (SWAE-zen-duh / ˈswæː-zɛn-də)
feorm, f.n: food, provision; food rent, provision paid as tax or rent. (FEH-orm / ˈfɛɔɹm)
ǣr-ǣt, m.n: early eating, eating before the prescribed or proper time. (AER-AT / ˈæːɹ-ˌæːt)
heorþ-bacen, adj: baked on a hearth. (HEH-orth-BAHK-en / ˈhɛɔɹθ-ˌbak-ən)
pott, m.n: a pot. (POT / ˈpɔt)
lapian, wk.v: to lap with the tongue; to take up (liquid) with the tongue, lap, lick up or drink up greedily. (LA-pi-ahn / ˈla-pɪ-an)
oster-hlāf, m.n: oyster-patty. (OST-er-HLAHF / ˈɔs-tɛɹ-ˌhlaːf)