met-cund, adj: metrical. (MET-KUND)
hundtwentig-wintre, adj: 120 years old (lit. 120 winters). [HUND-TWEN-teeγ-WIN-treh]
winter-gerīm, n.n: numbering by years; a number of years. [WIN-ter-yeh-REEM]
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winter-getæl, n.n: a number of years. [WIN-ter-yuh-TÆL]
heolor-bledu, f.n: the scale of a balance. (“HEH-oh-lor-BLAY-doo”)
winter-stund, f.n: a year’s space. (“ween-tair-stoond”)
scortlīce, adv: (of time) shortly, before long, soon; (of speech) shortly, briefly, compendiously. (“short-lee-chay”)
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pening-weorþ, n.n: a penny-worth. (“peh-ning-weh-orth”)
em-niht, n.n: equal day and night, equinox.
feor-weg, m.n: a far or long way. (“feh-ohr-weh”)