feorh-genīþla, m.n: mortal enemy. (FAY-or’h-yeh-NEETH-la)
in-flēde, adj: full of water (of a stream). (in-FLAY-deh)
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ancor-līf, n.n: eremitic life; life as a hermit, religious recluse or anchorite. (AHN-kor-leef)
dūstig, adj: dusty. (DOOST-ee)
Palm-sunnandæg, m.n: Palm Sunday (a moveable feast day commemorating Jesus’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem, one week before Easter). [PALM-SUN-non-DÆY]
earfoþ-hwīl, f.n: a time of hardship. (AY-ar-voth-HWEEL)
wyrttrumian, wk.v: to take root. (WURT-TRUM-ee-ahn)
regn-scūr, m.n: a shower of rain, a shower. (RAYN-shoor)
hiwung, f.n: forming, shaping, form, figure, pretence, feigning, hypocrisy, dissimulation. (HIH-wung)
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fyrwit, adj: curious, inquisitive. (FUR-wit)