sweoloþ, m.n: heat, burning. (“sway-oh-loth”)
worn-gehāt, n.n: a promise of a numerous progeny. (“worn-yeh-hot”)
For this week’s Wordhord Wednesday I’ve recorded myself reading a passage of Christ II in Old English, which makes use of the wonderful word wīd-wegas. Listen on Patreon.
ge-coren, v.ptc: chosen, choice, good, beloved, dear. (“yeh-ko-rehn”)
Mīn gecorena means My beloved. (“meen yeh-ko-rehn-ah”)
of-brytsig, adj: very broken. (“ov-bruht-see”)
ge-lǣstan, wk.v: to do, perform, accomplish; to accompany, follow, serve; to continue, remain, endure. (“yeh-last-on”)
a-hebban, str/wk.v: to heave up, lift up, raise, elevate, exalt, ferment. (“ah-heb-bahn”)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on a springtime feast day for the Virgin Mary. Read it on Patreon.
ge-tenge, adj: near to, close to, pressing upon, oppressing. (“yay-teng-ay”)
hirste-panne, f.n: a frying-pan. (“heer-stay-pawn-nay”)
swinc, n.n: labour, trouble, affliction, toil. (“sweenk”)
The form “swink” is used in the 16th century.
geteld-gehlīwung, f.n: shelter afforded by a tent. (“yeh-teld-yeh-hlee-woong”)