flōd-wudu, m.n: flood-wood, a ship. (FLOAD-wuh-duh)
sǣ-ælfen, f.n: a sea-elf, sea-nymph. (SA-al-ven)
sǣ-burh, f.n: a maritime town. (SÆ-burh)
wæter-sēaþ, m.n: a water-pit, well, reservoir. [WÆ-ter-SAY-ath]
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on sea-candles. Read it on Patreon.
mere-candel, f.n: the “sea-candle”, a kenning (metaphor) for the sun, a light that rises from or sets in the sea. [MAY-ray-KAHN-dell]
mere-hūs, n.n: a sea-house (Noah’s ark). [MEH-reh-HOOS]
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is about wer-genga, a stranger in a strange land. Read it on Patreon.
ȳþ-lād, f.n: a way across the waves. [UTH-LAHD]
winter-wille, f.n: a spring that can be used in winter (?). Definition uncertain. [WIN-ter-WIL-leh]
īs-mere, m.n: a mere covered with ice. [EEZ-MEH-reh]
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on Boethius’s ice-mere. Read it on Patreon.
gicel, m.n: an icicle. [YICH-ell]