Wintan-ceaster, f.n: Winchester (place name). (“WEEN-tahn-CHAY-ahs-tair”)
wæfer-hūs, n.n: a theatre, amphitheatre. (“wav-air-hoos”)
wīd-wegas, m.n(pl): distant regions, regions lying far and wide. (“weed-way-gahs”)
gærs-tūn, m.n: grass-enclosure, a meadow. (“garz-toon”)
Hence, the place-name Gerston.
lēah, m.n: a lea, meadow, open space, untilled land. (“lay-ah”)
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winter-dūn, f.n: a down or hill on which there is pasturage for sheep during the winter. (“ween-tair-doon”)
byht, m.n: a bending, corner, dwelling, an abode, bay, bight. (“buht”)
tūn, m.n: an enclosed piece of ground, a yard, court; the enclosed land surrounding a single dwelling; a collection of dwellings; a village, town (referring to the towns of Roman Britain). (“toon”)
swīn-haga, m.n: an enclosure for swine. (“sween-ha-gah”)
hrægel-hūs, n.n: a vestry (lit. garment-house). (“hra-yell-hoos”)
See also hrægel.