stealcung, f.n; stalking, cautious walking. (STEH-alk-ung)
wicg, n.n: (poetical) a steed. (WIDG)
of-steppan, wk.v: to trample upon. (ov-STEP-pahn)
rima, m.n: a rim, border, bank, coast. (RIM-ah)
mynet-slege, m.n: striking of coin, minting, coining. (MUH-net-SLEH-yeh)
wiþ-ēastan, prep/adv: to the east. (with-AY-ah-stahn)
fōr-mete, m.n: provisions for a journey (‘fare-food’). (FOR-MEH-teh)
feor-būend, m.n: one dwelling far off. (FEH-or-BOO-end)
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ge-horsian, wk.v: to horse, to set or mount on a horse, to supply with a horse. (yeh-HOR-ze-yahn)
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ofer-gangan, str.v: to cross a boundary; to conquer; to pass, pass off, be over; to come upon (of sleep). (OV-er-GAHNG-ahn)