un-gedāllic, adj: limitless. (UN-yeh-DAHL-litch / ˌʌn-jɛ-ˈdaːl-lɪtʃ)
hēap, m.n: a heap, pile, great number, host, multitude, crowd, band, troop, body of people, assembly, company. (HAY-op / ˈheːap)
tīd, f.n: time, hour; period of time. (TEED / ˈtiːd)
tū, n/adj/numeral: two. (TOO / ˈtuː)
tīn-wintre, adj: ten years old; ten years long. (TEEN-WIN-truh / ˈtiːn-ˌwɪn-trə)
þrī, n/adj/numeral: three. (THREE / ˈθriː)
hwēol-lāst, m.n: the track left by a wheel; a completed cycle, a recurrent round, circuit or orbit. (HWAY-oll-LAHST / ˈhweːɔl-ˌlaːst)
lang-līfe, adj: long-lived; long-lasting. (LAHNG-LEE-vuh / ˈlaŋ-ˌliː-və)
eahta, n/adj/num: eight (8). (EH-ah-ta / ˈɛax-ta)
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snǣd-mǣlum, adv: by bits, a bit at a time. (SNAED-MAE-lum / ˈsnæːd-ˌmæː-lʌm)
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