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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hālgung-bōc, f.n: a benedictional, a book containing a collection of benedictions or blessings. (HALL-gung-BOAK)
mis-cweðan, str.v: to speak amiss or incorrectly. (mis-KWETH-on)
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folc-cwide, m.n: a popular saying. (FOLK-kwid-eh)
word-cwide, m.n: a saying, words; speech, language. (WORD-cwid-eh)
reord, n.n: speech, tongue, language, voice. (RAY-ord)
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Cristes bōc, f.n: Christ’s book, the gospel (an account of Jesus’s life and teachings). [KRIST-ess BOAK]