wang-turf, f.n: turf, grassland. (WAHNG-turf)
slōh, m.n: a slough, a pathless and miry place. (SLOH)
mearc, f.n: limit, term (of time); limit, boundary (of place). (MEH-ark)
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hearg-træf, n.n: a heathen temple. (HAY-arg-TRAFF)
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wrāþ-scræf, n.n: an evil cave, a den. (WROTH-SHRAFF)
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þerscold, m.n: a threshold. (THERSH-old)
wulf-hliþ, n.n: a hill where the wolf has its den, retreat of wolves (lit. ‘wolf-slope’). (WULF-h’lith)
ūter-mere, m.n: outer-sea, open sea. (OO-ter-MEH-reh)
ūt-gang, m.n: a going out, exit, egress; a coming out from a position within a body; in reference to time, the going out of a period, the conclusion, end; a place by which anything comes out, an exit; what comes out of a body, an evacuation. (OOT-gahng)
eder, m.n: a hedge, house. (ED-er)