gēan-pæþ, m.n: hostile path, opposing road, a path along which one goes to oppose another. (YAY-on-PATH / ˈjeːan-ˌpæθ)
ēfstan, wk.v: to hasten, draw near, approach, make haste, be quick. (AYV-stahn / ˈeːv-stan)
æt-lǣdan, wk.v: to lead out, drive away. (at-LAD-ahn / æt-ˈlæː-dan)
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rād, f.n: riding, going on horseback or in a carriage; an expedition on horseback; a road; name of the R-rune ᚱ. (RAHD / ˈɹaːd)
el-þēodignes, f.n: the state of being or living abroad, a pilgrimage. (el-THAY-oh-dee-ness / ɛl-ˈθeːɔ-dɪj-nɛs)
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wic-dæg, m.n: a day of the week; a week-day, a day on which business may be done. (WICK-DAEY / ˈwɪk-ˌdæj)
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þǣr-under, adv: beneath. (THAER-UN-der / ˈθæːɹ-ˌʌn-dɛɹ)
nēah-lǣcan, wk.v: to draw near, approach. (NAY-ah-LACK-on / ˈneːah-ˌlæː-kan)
fram-færeld, n.n: departure. (FRAHM-FAR-eld / ˈfɹam-ˌfæ-ɹɛld)
æfter-fylgan, wk.v: to follow. (AV-ter-FULL-gahn / ˈæv-tɛɹ-ˌfɝl-gan)