wacor, adj: watchful, vigilant. (WAH-kor)
un-nyt, adj: useless, vain, idle, unprofitable. (un-NUT)
un-gelēaf, adj: unbelieving; incredulous. (un-yeh-LAY-off)
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ge-gaderwist, f.n: state of being together (probably meaning cohabitation in marriage). (yeh-GAH-der-wist)
tihtle, f.n: a charge, accusation. (TIH’h’t’leh)
ge-fȳsan, wk.v: to make ready, cause to hasten.
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teld, n.n: a tent, pavilion. (TELD)
ār, f.n: honour, glory, rank, dignity, magnificence, respect, reverence; kindness, favour, mercy, pity, benefit, use, help. (AHR)
ge-byrman, wk.v: to leaven; to ferment (a drink); figuratively, to swell up, puff up (with power, pride). (yeh-BUR-mahn)
lof-georn, adj: desirous of praise. (LOV-YAY-orn)