ge-witnes, f.n: witness, testimony, knowledge; person who can provide testimony from personal observation; the practice of having witnesses present at a transaction. (yeh-WIT-ness / jɛ-ˈwɪt-nɛs)
sib-gedryht, f.n: a band of kinsmen. (SIB-yeh-DRUE’HT / ˈsɪb-jɛ-ˌdryxt)
healdend, m.n: protector, guardian, ruler. (HEH-all-dend / ˈhɛal-dɛnd)
gūþ-gelāca, m.n: a companion, comrade in war, a warrior. (GOOTH-yeh-LAH-ka / ˈguːθ-jɛ-ˈla-ka)
lēoþ-wyrhta, m.n: poet. (LAY-oth-WUER’H-ta / ˈleːɔθ-ˌwyrx-ta)
secg, m/f.n: man, warrior; the sea; sword. (SEDG / ˈsɛdʒ)
nunne, f.n: nun. (NUN-nuh / ˈnʌn-nə)
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munuc, m.n: monk. (MUH-nuck / ˈmʌ-nʌk)
ēam, m.n: uncle (mainly on the mother’s side). (AY-ahm / ˈeːam)
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tān-hlyta, m.n: one who divines by casting lots. (TAHN-H’LUE-ta / ˈtaːn-ˌhly-ta)
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