gang, m.n: going, movement (especially on foot); power of walking, ability to walk; manner of walking, gait, walk; coming/going from one place to another, journey; way, road, path; course, lapse, passage (of a period of time); circuit, tract, expanse; legal process, a legal proceeding; company of people/followers; privy. (GONG)
rīpan, str.v: to reap, cut corn; (metaphorically) to derive advantage. (REE-pahn)
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wrixl, f.n: change, alteration, vicissitude; alternation, exchange; interchange; what is given in return. (WRIX-ul)
lēac-tric, m.n: a lettuce. (LAY-ock-tritch)
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clom, m.n: a band, bond, clasp, bandage, chain, prison. (KLOM)
sund-būend, m.n: a sea-dweller, but the word, which occurs only in the plural, is used for men, mankind. (SUND-BOO-end)
hafoc, m.n: a hawk. (HA-vock)
niht-wacu, f.n: a night-watch. (NIHT-wah-koo)
milisc, adj: honeyed, sweet, mellow, (of drink) mulled. (MILL-ish)
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hearpe-streng, m.n: a harp-string. (HAY-ar-peh-STRENG)