wæter-berend, m.n: a water-bearer. (“WÆ-tair-BAIR-end”)
wǣðe-burne, f.n: a fishing stream. (“WÆTH-eh-BOORN-eh”)
rōwan, str.v: to go by water, to row or sail. (“ROH-wahn”)
ȳþ-lāf, f.n: the shore left bare by the waves. (“uth-lahf”)
un-weder, n.n: bad weather, tempest. (“oon-WAY-dair”)
ap-flōd, m.n: the low tide. (“op-flohd”)
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īs-gebind, n.n: a bond of ice. (“ees-yeh-beend”) Winter ȳðe belēac īsgebinde. Winter locked up the wave with icy bond.
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gicel-stān, m.n: a piece of ice, hailstone. (“yee-chell-stahn”)
īs, n.n: ice; the name of the rune ᛁ = i. (“ees”)
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winter-burna, m.n: a stream that is full in winter (?), a torrent. (“ween-tair-boor-nah”)
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