scēat, m.n: a corner, an angle; a corner, quarter; a projection, promontory; a nook, corner, region; a lap, bosom; a bay; a garment; a cloth, napkin. (SHAY-aht)
sciccels, m.n: a cloak, mantle. (SHIH-chells)
bēah-gifu, f.n: a ring-gift, distribution of rings or bracelets. [BAY-ah-YI-voo]
hop-steort, m.n: the train of a dress. [HOP-STEH-ort]
snōd, f.n: a snood, headdress. [SNODE]
ofer-brǣdels, m.n: a covering, veil, garment. (“OH-vair-BRÆD-ells”)
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hwītel, m.n: a blanket, whittle, cloak, mantle. (“HWEE-tell”) #blanketgate #Kzoo2017 Stay warm, medievalists!
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wǣfan, wk.v: to wrap up, to clothe. (“WAV-on”)
wǣfels, m.n: a covering, wrap, cloak, veil. (“WAV-ells”)
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hrōþ-girela, m.n: splendid dress, a crown. (“hroth-yee-ray-la”)