ȳstan, wk.v: to be stormy. (UE-stahn / ˈyː-stan)
weorþan, str.v: to become, happen, befall, come to pass. (WEH-or-than / ˈwɛɔr-θan)
hlosnian, wk.v: to listen, hear, pay attention. (H’LOSS-ni-ahn / ˈhlos-nɪ-an)
ge-wrītere, m.n: a writer. (yeh-WREE-teh-ruh / jɛ-ˈwriː-tɛ-rə)
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bōc-cist, f.n: a repository for books, either for reading or for sale. (BOAK-CHIST / ˈboːk-ˌtʃɪst)
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bōc-cræft, m.n: book-learning, learning, literature. (BOAK-KRAFT / ˈboːk-ˌkræft)
mōdor-cynd, f.n: the nature derived from the mother. (MO-dor-KUEND / ˈmoː-dɔr-ˌkynd)
galdor, n.n: poem, song; incantation, charm. (GAL-dor / ˈgal-dɔr)
rōt-hwīl, f.n: refreshing time. (ROAT-HWEEL / ˈroːt-ˌhwiːl)
wundor-blēo, n.n: a wondrous colour. (WUN-dor-BLAY-oh / ˈwʌn-dɔr-ˌbleːɔ)