sciccing, m.n: a cloak, cape. (SHIH-ching / ˈʃɪ-t͡ʃɪŋ)
fāmgian, wk.v: to foam, seethe, boil. (FAHM-yi-ahn / ˈfaːm-jɪ-an)
tirging, f.n: vexation, provocation, harassing emotion. (TIR-ging / ˈtɪɹ-gɪŋ)
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stearc-heard, adj: violent, unrestrained. (STEH-ark-HEH-ard / ˈstɛaɹk-ˌhɛaɹd)
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tō-ēacan, adv/prep: in addition, besides; in addition to. (TOH-AY-ah-kahn / ˈtoː-ˌeːa-kan)
æt-bregdan, str.v: to take away, remove. (AT-BREG-dahn / ˈæt-ˌbɹɛg-dan)
sige-gird, f.n: a rod that brings victory. (SIH-yeh-YIRD / ˈsɪ-jɛ-ˌjɪɹd)
wiþer-crist, m.n: an antichrist. (WITH-er-KRIST / ˈwɪ-θɛɹ-ˌkɹɪst)
un-murnlīce, adv: carelessly, without compunction, without anxiety. (UN-MURN-lee-cheh / ˈʌn-ˌmʌɹn-liː-t͡ʃɛ)
seofon, n/adj/num: seven (7). (SEH-ov-on / ˈsɛɔ-vɔn)
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