ge-gada, m.n: a fellow-traveller, a companion, associate. (yeh-GA-da)
hā-sæta, m.n: a rower. (HA-SÆ-tah)
ymb-gang, m.n: a going round; a going about; circuit, circumference; a winding course, bend; going about a business. (UMB-gahng)
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forþ-gang, m.n: a going forth, progress, advance; a passage, drain, privy. (FORTH-gahng)
hlæst, n.n: load, cargo, freight, burden. (HLAST)
holmes hlæst: fish (lit. ocean’s cargo).
cræt, n.n: a chariot, cart. (KRAT)
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relic-gang, m.n: a journey to visit relics. (REL-lich-gong)
gēan-gang, m.n: a going back, return; a going to meet. (YAY-on-gong)
be-gang, m.n: a course, way, passage, circuit, district; an undertaking, a business, exercise, service, religious worship. (beh-GAHNG)
sund-hengest, m.n: a ship (lit. ‘sea-horse’). (SUND-HENG-est)