flōd-wudu, m.n: flood-wood, a ship. (FLOAD-wuh-duh)
ǣfen-lēoht, n.n: evening light. (AV-en-LAY-oht)
wyn, f.n: delight, pleasure, joy; the name of the w-rune (ᚹ). (WUN)
dwæscan, wk.v: to extinguish, put out. (DWASK-on)
ge-liþewācian, wk.v: to render gentle, soften a person; to mitigate, soften the rigour of misery, pain, etc. (yeh-LITH-eh-WOCK-yawn)
enelēac, n.n: an onion. (EH-neh-LAY-ock)
frēo, adj: free, having liberty or immunity, noble, glad, joyful. Also, m.n: a lord, master. Also, f.n: a lady, woman. (FRAY-oh)
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cū-ēage, f.n: a cow’s eye. (KOO-AY-ah-yeh)
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ōr, n: beginning, origin; front. (OR)