tunece, f.n: a tunic, coat. (“too-neh-cheh”)
orþanc-bend, m.n: a skilfully contrived band, a cunning bond. (“or-thank-bend”)
gleng, f.n: adornment, ornamentation, glory; splendour (in appearance), pomp; showiness (neg); worldly/earthly splendour.
pæll, m.n: a pall, covering, cloak, costly robe; purple, a purple garment. (“pal”)
Image of Thomas Becket from Medievalists.net.
heals-brynige, f.n: a gorget (throat armour), a hauberk (long defensive shirt, usually mail). (“hey-als-brihn-ee-yeh”)
heals-mene, m.n: a necklace, chain for the neck. (“hey-als-meh-neh”)
calc, m.n: sandal, shoe.
Image from a Medievalist.net article on medieval shoes. They are leather sandals used in early medieval Egypt sometime between 400 and 600 AD.
sweor-bēah, m.n: a collar, band or chain for the neck, necklace.
Image: The Snettisham Torc, now housed in the British Museum. A torc is a large rigid or stiff neck ring in metal, made either as a single piece or from strands twisted together. Many seem designed for near-permanent wear and would have been difficult to remove.