dwæscan, wk.v: to extinguish, put out. (DWASK-on)
ge-liþewācian, wk.v: to render gentle, soften a person; to mitigate, soften the rigour of misery, pain, etc. (yeh-LITH-eh-WOCK-yawn)
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ōr, n: beginning, origin; front. (OR)
hlutor, adj: clear, pure, bright, sincere. (HLUH-tor)
gran-wisc, n: chaff (the husks of grains and grasses separated from the seed in threshing). (GRON-wish)
hǣmed-gemāna, m.n: matrimony, marriage. (HAM-ed-yeh-MAH-na)
hēah-seld, n.n: a throne. (HAY-ah-seld)
ā-wiht, n.n/pron: aught, anything. (AH-wiht)
fæderen, adj: paternal, belonging to a father.
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