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)
slāpol, adj: addicted to sleep, somnolent. (SLAH-poll)
stal-gang, m.n: a stealthy step. (STALL-gahng)
ǣ-lǣte, adj: desert, desolate. (Æ-LÆ-teh)
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lādian, wk.v: to excuse, clear (oneself of a charge), exculpate, defend; (as a technical legal term) to clear from an accusation. (LA-di-yahn)
ge-ǣtrian, wk.v: to poison. (yeh-Æ-trih-yahn)
folcisc, adj: common, vulgar, popular; (of the clergy) secular.