befōran-gestihtian, wk.v: to preordain. (beh-VOR-ahn-yeh-STIH-h’tee-ahn)
æl-tæw, adj: all good, excellent, entire, sound, healthful, perfect, honest. (AL-TA-ew)
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ār-stæf, m.n: favour, kindness, benefit, help. (AR-staff)
hring-gewindla, m.n: coil (of a serpent). (h’RING-yeh-WIND-lah)
ge-tīmian, wk.v: to happen, befall. (yeh-TEE-me-yahn)
ge-þafung, f.n: permission, allowance, assent, consent. (yeh-THA-vung)
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be-þeccan, wk.v: to cover, cover over, conceal. (beh-THETCH-ahn)
hūru-þinga, adv: especially, at least, at any rate. (HOO-ruh-THING-ga)
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)