galdor-word, n.n: a magic word, word of incantation. (GALL-dor-WORD)
wīs-wyrde, adj: wise in speech. (WEEZ-WUR-deh)
teosu-sprǣc, f.n: hurtful, deceitful speech. (TEH-oz-uh-SPRACK)
gydd, n.n: poem, song; report, tale, story; a speech, utterance; saying, proverb, maxim; parable; a prophetic utterance, divination. (YUDD)
galdor-cræft, m.n: art of enchantment, occult art, incantation. (GALL-dor-KRAFT)
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wealh-stod, m.n: an interpreter; one who serves as a medium between speakers of different languages; a mediator. (WEH-al’h-STOD)
āc, m/f.n: oak, oak tree; the name of the A-rune ᚪ. (AHK)
stunt-wyrde, adj: using foolish words, foolish in speech. (STUNT-wur-deh)
gramatisc-cræft, m.n: the art of grammar. (GRAM-a-tish-KRAFT)
þanc-word, n.n: a word of thanks. (THONK-word)
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