ge-cnyllan, wk.v: to strike, ring a bell. (yeh-K’NULL-ahn)
bremman, wk.v: to rage, roar. (BREM-mahn)
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beorcan, str.v: to make a sharp explosive sound; to bark. (BEH-or-kahn)
cirman, wk.v: to make a noise, cry out, shout. (CHIRM-on)
hearpe-streng, m.n: a harp-string. (HAY-ar-peh-STRENG)
mid-singend, m.n: one who sings with another. (mid-SING-end)
sige-bīme, f.n: a trumpet which is sounded after victory. (SI-yeh-BEE-meh)
scēawend-wīse, f.n: a jesting song, song of a jester. (SHAY-ah-wend-WEE-zeh)
wrenc, m.n: a trick, artifice, wile, stratagem; a modulation of the voice. (WRENK)
cnocian, wk.v: to knock. (K’-NOCK-ee-ahn)
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