wyn-weorod, n.n: chorus (lit. joy-troop, joy-band). (WUN-WEH-or-odd / ˈwɝn-ˌwɛɔ-ɹɔd)
dæg-cūþ, adj: known clearly as if by day, clear as day. (DAIE-kooth / ˈdæj-ˌkuːθ)
cyne-mann, m.n: a royal person, king. (KUH-neh-MAHN / ˈkɝ-nɛ-ˌman)
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wancol, adj: unstable, uncertain, fickle, fluctuating. (WAHN-koll / ˈwan-kɔl)
bȳcnian, wk.v: to beckon, show, signify. (BUCK-ni-yahn / ˈbɝːk-nɪ-an)
hopian, wk.v: to hope (for), look forward, look with expectation toward; aspire to (something anticipated); to trust, have confidence, place one’s faith (in something). (HOP-i-yahn / ˈhɔ-pɪ-an)
hēah-strengþu, f.n: great strength. (HAY-ah-STRENG-thuh / ˈheːah-ˌstɹɛŋ-θʌ)
hēafod-swīma, m.n: dizziness, intoxication (lit. ‘head-swimming’). (HAY-ah-vod-SWEE-ma / ˈheːa-vɔd-ˌswiː-ma)
ende, n: end. (EN-duh / ˈɛn-də)
hǣð-stapa, m.n: a heath-stepper, an animal which wanders over heaths or uncultivated country. (HATH-STAH-pa / ˈhæːθ-ˌsta-pa)
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