fugelere, m.n: a fowler. (“FOO-yeh-leh-reh”)
efen-gemæcca, m.n: a companion, husband; an equal, fellow, consort. (“AY-ven-yeh-MÆK-kah”)
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umbor, n.n: a child. (“OOM-bor”)
costnigend, m.n: a tempter. (“KOST-nee-yend”)
līf-getwinnan, m.n (pl.): twins. (“LEEV-yeh-TWEEN-nahn”)
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wæter-berend, m.n: a water-bearer. (“WÆ-tair-BAIR-end”)
strǣl-bora, m.n: an archer. (“STRÆL-boh-ra”)
mægþ, f.n: a maid, virgin, girl, maiden, woman (almost confined to poetry). (“mægth”)
brȳd-guma, m.n: a bride-man, bridegroom. (“BRUHD-goo-ma”)
brȳd, f.n: a bride, woman about to be married or newly married, a wife, spouse, woman. (“bruhd”)
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