gehæg-holt, m/n.n: definition uncertain, possibly a copse in an enclosure or a copse where there is pasture. (yeh-HÆ-holt)
mǣdwe-land, n.n: meadow-land, land where grass that is to be mown grows. (MAD-weh-lond)
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hearh-eard, m.n: a grove-dwelling (?), a dwelling in a grove, a grove as a dwelling. (HAY-ar’h-AY-ard)
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lēac-tūn, m.n: a garden of herbs, a kitchen-garden. (LAY-ock-TOON)
ort-geard, m.n: an orchard, garden. (ORT-yeard)
mearc-land, n.n: a border-land, waste land lying outside the cultivated; a district, country, territory. (MAY-ark-lond)
bryten-grund, m.n: spacious land, broad earth. (BRUH-ten-GRUND)
lǣce-hūs, n.n: a hospital, building where the sick or injured are cared for. (LATCH-eh-HOOS)
scōm-hylt, f.n: a shady wood, thicket, shrubbery. (SHOAM-hult)
gærs-tūn, m.n: a grass-enclosure, a meadow. (GARZ-TOON)