þorn, m.n: a thorn; name of the TH-rune ᚦ. (THORN / ˈθɔrn)
linden, adj: made of wood from the linden tree (called basswood in North America), commonly called lime tree in the UK although it’s not closely related to the tree that produces lime fruit. (LIN-den / ˈlɪn-dɛn)
lēaf-helmig, adj: having a leafy top, having leafy tresses. (LAY-ahv-HELL-mih / ˈleːav-ˌhɛl-mɪj)
þorn-rǣw, f.n: a row of thorn-bushes. (THORN-RAEW / ˈθɔrn-ˌræːw)
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wyn-bēam, m.n: a tree that causes delight (lit. ‘joy-tree’), an epithet of the cross. (WUN-BAY-ahm / ˈwɝn-ˌbeːam)
ge-palmtwīged, adj: palm-twigged, adorned with palm-twigs. (yeh-PALM-TWEE-yud / jɛ-ˈpalm-ˌtwiː-jəd)
hassuc, m.n: coarse grass, a place where such grass grows. (HA-suck / ˈha-sʌk)
hænne-belle, f.n: henbane. (HAN-neh-BELL-leh / ˈhæn-nɛ-ˌbɛl-lɛ)
mæsen, adj: of maple. (MAE-zen / ˈmæ-zɛn)
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