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.
dæg-rēd, n.n: dawn, daybreak, early morning (lit. day-red). [DÆγ-RAYD]
morgen, m.n: morning, morn; the morning of the next day, morrow. [MOR-yen]
winter-sufel, n.n: provisions (other than bread) for the winter. [WIN-ter-SUV-ell]
ǣfen-rima, m.n: twilight. [Æ-ven-RIM-ah]
winter-lǣcan, wk.v: to draw near to winter. [WIN-ter-LÆ-kahn]
ǣr-morgen, m.n: the early morning, day-break. [ÆR-MOR-yen]
undern, m.n: the third hour of the day, nine in the morning. [UN-DERN]
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glōmung, f.n: twilight, gloaming. [GLO-mung]
wil-dæg, m.n: a welcome day. (“weel-dæγ”)