fela-hrōr, adj: very vigorous, strong. (FELL-ah-HROAR)
friþ, m/n.n: peace, the state of friendly, peaceable relations; a peace agreement between nations/peoples. (FRITH)
eder, m.n: a hedge, house. (ED-er)
regol-līf, m.n: a life according to ecclesiastical rules. (REH-gol-LEEF)
wann-fāh, adj: dark-hued. (WAHN-FAH)
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fȳr-hāt, adj: fire-hot. (FUR-HAWT)
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īdel, adj: empty; not possessing, destitute, void, devoid (of); vain, useless, idle, to no purpose; idle, unemployed. (EE-dell)
ēaðe, adv: easily, readily, soon, perhaps. (AY-ah-theh)
nīten, n.n: an animal, beast, cattle. (NEET-en)
þēostru, f/n.n: darkness. (THAY-oz-truh)