scēawend-wīse, f.n: a jesting song, song of a jester. (SHAY-ah-wend-WEE-zeh)
scēat, m.n: a corner, an angle; a corner, quarter; a projection, promontory; a nook, corner, region; a lap, bosom; a bay; a garment; a cloth, napkin. (SHAY-aht)
wyrt-drenc, m.n: a herb-drink, potion made from herbs. (WURT-drenk)
smeoru-mangestre, f.n: a butter-woman, woman who deals in butter and cheese. (SMAY-oh-ruh-MAHN-yez-treh)
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þrāg-mǣlum, adv: from time to time, at times, at intervals. (THRAG-MAL-um)
sib-gesihþ, f.n: a vision of peace (the literal translation of hierosolyma), the city of Jerusalem. (SIB-yeh-SIH’th)
on-hyrian, wk.v: to imitate, emulate. (on-HUR-ee-ahn)
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wunden-stefna, m.n: a ship with curved prow. (WUN-den-STEV-na)
scippan, str.v: to shape, form; to create (of the act of God); to shape for someone as their fate, to assign as a person’s lot. (SHIP-pahn)
here-fugol, m.n: a bird which attends an army, eagle, vulture, raven. (HEH-reh-FUH-goll)