forðgesceaft, f.n: what has been created or ordained to be; created being or thing; collectively, creation; future (state/condition/destiny). (FORTH-yeh-SHAY-oft)
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cwēme, adj: pleasant, pleasing, grateful, acceptable, fit. (KWAY-meh)
hold-scipe, m.n: loyalty, fealty, allegiance. (HOLD-ship-eh)
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ge-scēadan, str.v: to separate, distinguish, discern, decide. (yeh-SHAY-ah-dahn)
ge-þylmēdan, wk.v: to make patient, bring down. (yeh-THUL-MAY-dahn)
bēod-hrægl, n.n: a tablecloth. (BAY-odd-HRAEL)
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bēod, m.n: a table. (BAY-odd)
þēod-egesa, m.n: a terror that affects whole nations, a mighty, general terror. (THAY-odd-EH-yeh-za)
self-sceaft, m.n: self-shaping, spontaneous generation (applied to Adam, who had no father and mother). (SELF-SHEH-oft)
smēaþancollīce, adv: exactly, in a searching manner, thoroughly. (SMAY-ath-ahn-KOLL-lee-cheh)