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.
morgen-colla, m.n: dread (?) or rage (?), furious attack (?) which comes in the morning. Exact definition uncertain! [MOR-yen-KOL-lah]
winter-wille, f.n: a spring that can be used in winter (?). Definition uncertain. [WIN-ter-WIL-leh]
seld-hwanne, adv: seldom, rarely. [SELD-HWAN-neh]
winter-getæl, n.n: a number of years. [WIN-ter-yuh-TÆL]
Sweotolung-dæg, m.n: Epiphany (lit. ‘manifestation day’). [SWAY-oh-toh-lung-DÆγ]
winter-hūs, n.n: a winter-house, house to live in in winter. [WIN-ter-HOOS]
ymbren-dæg, m.n: an Ember-day (the Wednesday, Friday and Saturday between the third and fourth Sundays of Advent). There are four separate sets of Ember-days throughout the year on western Christian church calendars. These are days for fasting, abstinence and prayer. [IM-bren-DÆγ]
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is about the etymology of Ember-days. Read it on Patreon.