wil-dæg, m.n: a welcome day. (“weel-dæγ”)
ūht-wæcce, f.n: a nightly vigil. (“ooht-WÆK-cheh”)
sunn-gihte, n.n: a solstice. (“SOON-YEE-h-tay”)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post shows how reading can ‘stir up’ your soul. Read it on Patreon.
ge-swinc-dæg, m.n: a labour-day, day of toil. (“yay-SWEENK-dag”)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on Moses the warrior-prophet. Hear me read from the Old English Exodus poem on my Patreon page.
Aprēlis mōnaþ, m.n: the month of April. (“ah-pray-lees moh-nath”)
winter-burna, m.n: a stream that is full in winter (?), a torrent. (“ween-tair-boor-nah”)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on the scyte-finger! Read on Patreon.
winter-stund, f.n: a year’s space. (“ween-tair-stoond”)
lencten, m.n: spring, Lent. (“lenk-ten”)
February 7th is the first day of spring in Anglo-Saxon England.
scortlīce, adv: (of time) shortly, before long, soon; (of speech) shortly, briefly, compendiously. (“short-lee-chay”)
And for this week’s Wordhord Wednesday: paying your taxes…with fish. Read it on Patreon.
winter-tīd, f.n: winter-time, winter. (“ween-tehr-teed”)