Mame-ceaster, f.n: Manchester. (“MAH-may-CHÆ-ah-stair”)
seonoþ-stōw, f.n: a place for a synod or meeting, a place of assembly. (“SAY-oh-noth-STOH”)
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fen, n.n: a fen, marsh, mud, dirt. (“fen”)
ding, f.n: a dungeon, prison. (“deeng”)
costnung-stōw, f.n: a place of temptation. (“COAST-noong-stoh”)
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sceadu, f.n: shadow, shade; darkness; protection; a shady place; an obscure image. (“SHAY-ah-doo”)
nā-hwǣrn, adv: nowhere. (“nah-hwarn”)
worþ, m/f.n: an enclosed place; an enclosed homestead, a habitation with surrounding land. (“worth”)
feoh-hūs, n.n: a treasure-house. (“FAY-oh-HOOS”)
wīc-stōw, f.n: a dwelling-place; a camp, encampment. (“week-stow”)