wrenc, m.n: a trick, artifice, wile, stratagem; a modulation of the voice. (WRENK)
cnocian, wk.v: to knock. (K’-NOCK-ee-ahn)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on silent k. Read it on Patreon.
swegel-wundor, n.n: a heavenly wonder, a wondrous sound. (SWAY-yell-WUN-dor)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on St Guthlac and his musical death. Read it on Patreon.
hearpe-streng, m.n: a harp-string. (HAY-ar-peh-STRENG)
swinsung-cræft, m.n: music. (SWIN-zung-KRAFT)
hēafod-wōþ, f.n: the voice (lit. head-sound). (HAY-ah-vod-WOATH)
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)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on medieval geese. Read it on Patreon.
hlūd-swēge, adv: with a loud voice. (HLOOD-SWAY-yeh)
In this week’s Wordhord Wednesday post hear about the Teeth Tyrant. Listen on Patreon. Also, patrons have one week to send requests for Goldgifa Week!