stæpe-gang, m.n: a step. (STAPP-uh-GAHNG / ˈstæ-pə-ˌgaŋ)
riht-scrīfend, m.n: one who declares the sentence of the law, a lawyer. (RI’HT-SHREE-vend / ˈrɪxt-ˌʃriː-vɛnd)
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lagu-swimmend, m.n: creature that swims in the water. (LA-guh-SWIM-end / ˈla-gʌ-ˌswɪ-mɛnd)
heorþ-fæst, adj: having a house of one’s own. (HEH-orth-FAST / ˈhɛɔrθ-ˌfæst)
on-fōn, str.v: to take; to receive; to accept. (on-PHONE / ɔn-ˈfoːn)
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blēo-cræft, m.n: the art of embroidering (‘colour-craft’). (BLAY-oh-KRAFT / ˈbleːɔ-ˌkræft)
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blēo, n.n: a colour, hue, complexion. (BLAY-oh / ˈbleːɔ)
wilsumness, f.n: devotion, devoutness. (WILL-sum-ness / ˈwɪl-sʌm-nɛs)
ebur-þring, m.n: the celestial sign Orion. (EH-bur-THRING / ˈɛ-bʌr-ˌθrɪŋ)
hold, adj: kind, friendly, pleasant, favourable, gracious (of a prince to his subject), faithful, loyal, devoted (of a subject to his prince). (HOLD / ˈhɔld)