strēaw-berige, f.n: a strawberry (plant or fruit). (STRAY-aw-BAIR-ee-yeh)
strēaw, n.n: straw, hay. (STRAY-aw)
ēad-hrēðig, adj: happy, blessed. (AY-odd-HRAY-thee)
mis-cweðan, str.v: to speak amiss or incorrectly. (mis-KWETH-on)
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a-cēosan, str.v: to choose, select. (ah-CHAY-oh-zahn)
sufel, n.n: anything (meat, fish, vegetables) eaten with bread. (SUH-vell)
In Pembrokeshire ‘sowl’ is anything used to flavour bread, such as butter or cheese.
frōfor, m.n: comfort, solace, consolation, help, benefit, profit, refuge. (FRO-vor)
dūst-swearm, m.n: a cloud of dust (of the motes in the sunlight). (DOOST-SWAY-arm)
blōt, n.n: a sacrifice. (BLOAT)
gristbātian, wk.v: to gnash the teeth. (GRIST-BAH-tee-ahn)