scēawend-wīse, f.n: a jesting song, song of a jester. (SHAY-ah-wend-WEE-zeh)
styrman, wk.v: (of weather) to storm, rage; (of persons) to storm, make a great noise, cry aloud, shout. (STUR-mon)
reord, n.n: speech, tongue, language, voice. (RAY-ord)
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hlūd-swēge, adv: with a loud voice. (HLOOD-SWAY-yeh)
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gellan, str.v: to yell, sing, chirp. (YELL-ahn)
hlēoðrian, wk.v: to sound, make a sound (with the voice), to speak, sing, cry, exclaim, resound. (HLAY-oth-rih-yahn)
hādor, n: the clear, serene sky. Also adj: clear (applied both to light and to sound), bright, serene. [HA-dor]
hlūd, adj: loud, sonorous. [HLOOD]
heofon-wōma, m.n: a heavenly sound, the sound heard at the day of judgment. [HAY-oh-von-WOH-ma]
gliw-bēam, m.n: a glee-beam, timbrel, tabret. [GLIW-BAY-ahm]