wer-genga, m.n: a stranger who seeks protection in the land to which he has come. [WAIR-yen-ga]
wine-mǣg, m.n: a loving kinsman. [WIN-eh-MÆγ]
frowe, f.n: a lady. [FRO-weh]
Several of you asked if sele and “cellar” were related, so I made it the subject of this week’s Wordhord Wednesday post. Read it on Patreon.
gum-þegn, m.n: a man. [GUM-THAYN]
hī-gedryht, f.n: a band of household retainers. [HEE-yeh-DRIHT]
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on swān-steorra, the evening star, and its peculiar name. Read it on Patreon.
līðend, m.n: a traveller, sailor. [LEE-thend]
sceand, m.n: an infamous person, a buffoon, charlatan. [SHEH-ond]
ǣfen-scēop, m.n: an evening bard. [Æ-ven-SHAY-op]
wyrt-gælstre, f.n: a woman who uses herbs for charms. [WURT-GÆL-streh]
drȳ, m.n: a magician, sorcerer, wizard. [DRUH]