fierd, f.n: an army, force, expedition. (FYERD)
sǣ-fōr, f.n: a journey by sea, a voyage. (SA-vor)
wræc-lāst, m.n: the track of an exile. (WRACK-lost)
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flōd-wudu, m.n: flood-wood, a ship. (FLOAD-wuh-duh)
snacc, f.n: a swift-sailing vessel. (SNAHK)
sǣ-burh, f.n: a maritime town. (SÆ-burh)
wracnian, wk.v: to be or travel in a foreign country, be a pilgrim or stranger. (WRAHK-nih-yahn)
hām-sīþ, m.n: a journey home. [HAHM-seeth]
hweogul, n.n: a wheel. [HWAY-oh-gull]
ȳþ-mearh, m.n: a wave-steed, a ship. [UTH-MAY-arh]
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