æpsen, f.n: impudence, foulness. (APP-sen / ˈæp-sɛn)
docga, m.n: dog. (DODGE-ah / ˈdɔdʒ-a)
gēoguþ-cnōsl, n.n: a youthful family, young progeny. (YAY-oh-guth-K’NOH-zull / ˈjeːɔ-gʌθ-ˌknoː-zəl)
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here-grīma, m.n: helmet, or more specifically, visor. (HEH-ruh-GREE-ma / ˈhɛ-ɹə-ˌgɹiː-ma)
ge-mēðgian, wk.v: to weary, fatigue, impair. (yeh-MAITH-yi-ahn / jɛ-ˈmeːθ-jɪ-an)
spring, m/n.n: source of water; springing, rising; ulcer, sore, pustule; flux; squirting, sprinkling. (SPRING / ˈspɹɪŋ)
sunna, f.n: sun. (SUN-na / ˈsʌn-na)
īðe-līce, adv: easily. (EE-thuh-LEE-chuh / ˈiː-θə-ˌliː-tʃə)
sāwel-sceatt, m.n: ‘soul-money’, an ecclesiastical due to be paid for every deceased person to the clergy of the church to which he belonged, in consideration of the services performed by them on his behalf. (SAH-well-SHEH-ot / ˈsaː-wɛl-ˌʃɛat)
sanct, m.n: saint. (SAHNKT / ˈsankt)
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