ūter-mere, m.n: outer-sea, open sea. (OO-ter-MEH-reh)
strēam-weall, m.n: a shore. (STRAY-ahm-WEH-all)
mere-næddra, m/f.n: a ‘sea-adder’, a lamprey. (MEH-reh-NAD-dra)
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mere-torht, adj: sea-bright (an epithet for morning). (MEH-reh-TOR-h’t)
in-flēde, adj: full of water (of a stream). (in-FLAY-deh)
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regn-scūr, m.n: a shower of rain, a shower. (RAYN-shoor)
cȳle-gicel, m.n: an icicle. (KULL-eh-yi-CHELL)
sund-hengest, m.n: a ship (lit. ‘sea-horse’). (SUND-HENG-est)
mere-dēaþ, m.n: death in the sea, death by drowning. (MEH-reh-DAY-ath)
hēaðu-sigel, m.n: the sun (lit. sea-sun, perhaps from seeing the sunrise or set over the sea). (HAY-ah-thuh-SI-yell)