gēo-gēara, adv: of old. (YAY-oh-YAY-ah-ra)
setl-gang, m.n: setting of the heavenly bodies (generally of the sun), marking time (sunset) or place (the west). (SEH-til-GONG)
þrāg-mǣlum, adv: from time to time, at times, at intervals. (THRAG-MAL-um)
gang, m.n: going, movement (especially on foot); power of walking, ability to walk; manner of walking, gait, walk; coming/going from one place to another, journey; way, road, path; course, lapse, passage (of a period of time); circuit, tract, expanse; legal process, a legal proceeding; company of people/followers; privy. (GONG)
mǣl, n.n: a measure; a mark, sign, cross, crucifix; fixed, suitable, appointed time, season, occasion; the time for eating, a meal. (MAL)
gyrstan-dæg, m.n: yesterday. (YUR-stahn-DAG)
hǣlu-tīd, f.n: a time of well-being, a happy time. (HA-lu-teed)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is about the spear-leek. Read it on Patreon.
ǣfen-lēoht, n.n: evening light. (AV-en-LAY-oht)
Eāster-sunnandæg, m.n: Easter Sunday. [EH-ah-ster-SUN-nan-dæγ]
winter-gerīm, n.n: numbering by years; a number of years. [WIN-ter-yeh-REEM]
For this week’s Wordhord Wednesday: morning-terror, a cautionary tale about drinking. Read it on Patreon.