ār-stæf, m.n: favour, kindness, benefit, help. (AR-staff)
firgen-gāt, f.n: a mountain goat. (FIR-yen-GAHT)
rōtness, f.n: gladness, cheerfulness; comfort, protection. (ROAT-ness)
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lēoþ-gyddung, f.n: utterance in verse, poem, song. (LAY-oth-YUD-dung)
ealdor-apostol, m.n: chief or prince of the apostles (traditional epithet for St Peter). (AY-ALL-dor-AH-poss-toll)
ealdor, m.n: an elder, parent, author; a chief, prince. (AY-ALL-dor)
eorcnan-stān, m.n: a precious stone, pearl, topaz. (AY-ork-nahn-STAHN)
wist-full, adj: abounding in food, productive. (WIST-full)
wist, n.m/f: subsistence; a feast; eating, feasting. (WIST)
calwer, m.n: substance made out of sour milk, possibly a kind of cheese, yogurt, curds, or whey. (CALL-wer)
This week’s Wordhord Wednesday post is on calwer (milk, fish or skull?). Read it on Patreon.