gēr, n.n: year, a year’s harvest; name of the G-rune ᛄ. (YAIR / ˈjeːr)
hwīl-þrāg, f.n: period of time. (HWEEL-THRAWGH / ˈhwiːl-ˌθraːx)
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gēar-dagas, pl.m.n: days (of one’s life), lifetime; days of old, former times. (YAY-ar-DA-gahs / ˈjeːar-ˌda-gas)
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hlāf-mæsse, f.n: ‘bread-mass’ or Lammas Day (August 1). (HLAWV-MASS-uh / ˈhlaːv-ˌmæs-sə)
lencten-hǣte, f.n: springtime heat, hot weather in springtime. (LENK-ten-HAE-tuh / ˈlɛnk-tɛn-ˌhæː-tə)
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dæg-þerlic, adj: of this day; daily, every day; of day in contrast to night. (DAIE-THER-litch / ˈdæj-ˌθɛɹ-litʃ)
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hæring-tīma, m.n: herring season. (HAE-ring-TEE-ma / ˈhæ-ɹɪŋ-ˌtiː-ma)
ānunga, adv: at once, immediately, forthwith; in a short time, quickly; (with intensive force) certainly, indeed. (AH-nung-ga / ˈaː-nʌŋ-ga)
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ēfstan, wk.v: to hasten, draw near, approach, make haste, be quick. (AYV-stahn / ˈeːv-stan)