finger-æppel, n.n: finger-apple, finger-fruit, a date. (FIN-yer-AP-pell)
bēod-genēat, m.n: table-companion. (BAY-odd-yeh-NAY-aht)
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ofet, n.n: fruit. (OV-et)
dust-drenc, m.n: a drink made of the seeds of herbs rubbed to dust. (DUST-DRENK)
wyrtian, wk.v: to season, spice. (WUR-tee-on)
flȳte, f.n: cream. (FLUH-teh)
ofer-gedrync, n.n: excessive drinking or feasting. (OH-ver-yeh-DRUNK)
lēac-trog, m.n: a bunch of berries. (LAY-ock-TROG)
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wyrt-drenc, m.n: a herb-drink, potion made from herbs. (WURT-drenk)
smeoru-mangestre, f.n: a butter-woman, woman who deals in butter and cheese. (SMAY-oh-ruh-MAHN-yez-treh)
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Marginalia in a bible. Northeast France, last quarter of the 13th century. New York, Morgan Library, MS M.969, f. 253r. [ica.themorgan.org]