cȳðere, m.n: a witness; a martyr, one who bears witness by his death. (KUE-theh-ruh / ˈkyː-θɛ-rə)
un-slāw, adj: not slow, not sluggish, active, ready, quick. (UN-SLAW / ˈʌn-ˌslaː)
gærs-swīn, n.n: ‘grass-swine’, i.e. a swine paid to a lord for the privilege of pasturing swine on his meadows or grassland. (GAERS-SWEEN / ˈgærs-ˌswiːn)
gēr, n.n: year, a year’s harvest; name of the G-rune ᛄ. (YAIR / ˈjeːr)
micelian, wk.v: to become great, to increase in size or in quantity; to make great. (MI-cheh-li-ahn / ˈmɪ-tʃɛ-lɪ-an)
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rǣde, f.n: a reading, lesson. (RAE-duh / ˈræː-də)
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ȳr, m.n: name of the Y-rune ᚣ; possibly a bow or a horn. (UER / ˈyːr)
wyrhta, m.n: worker, labourer; maker, creator. (WUER-h’ta / ˈwyrh-ta)
fela-fǣcne, adj: very treacherous. (FELL-ah-FACK-nuh / ˈfɛ-la-ˌfæːk-nə)
spellian, wk.v: to talk, converse, discourse; to announce, proclaim, utter, tell. (SPEH-li-ahn / ˈspɛ-lɪ-an)