wic-weorc, n.n: weekly work, work done for the lord by the tenant so many days a week. (WICK-WEH-ork / ˈwɪk-ˌwɛɔɹk)
lang-toh, adj: long-drawn, extensive. (LAHNG-toh / ˈlaŋ-ˌtɔh)
wīd-brād, adj: wide-spread, far-spreading, ample. (WEED-BRAHD / ˈwiːd-ˌbɹaːd)
sumer-lang, adj: long as in summer, epithet of a day. (ˈsʌ-mər-ˌlaŋ)
healf-eald, adj: half-grown, of middle age. (HEY-alf-EH-ald)
gelm, m.n: a handful. (YELM)
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hwīlwend-līc, adj: temporary, lasting only for a time, not eternal. (H’WEEL-wend-LEECH)
tæl-mearc, f.n: date (in context of time/calendars). (TAL-MEH-ark)
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rīm, n.n: number; a sum or aggregate of units; a collection of persons or things; a reckoning or calculation. (REEM)
fela, adj: many, much, very. (FELL-ah)