glīw-cynn, n.n: a kind of music (?). (GLEEW-KUHN / ˈgliːw-ˌkɝn)
gellan, str.v: to yell, sing, chirp. (YEL-lahn / ˈjɛl-lan)
glīw-bydenestre, f.n: a female player on the timbrel. (GLEEW-BUH-deh-nez-treh / ˈgliːw-ˌbɝ-dɛ-nɛz-tɹɛ)
hana-sang, m.n: cockcrow. (HA-na-zahng)
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ge-drēme, adj: melodious, harmonious, joyous. (yeh-DRAY-meh)
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lēoþ-gyddung, f.n: utterance in verse, poem, song. (LAY-oth-YUD-dung)
hādre, adv: clearly (of light and of sound). (HA-dreh)
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)