dryht-cwēn, f.n: a noble queen. (DRUH’h’t-KWAIN)
salu-brūn, adj: dark-brown. (SAH-luh-BROON)
ge-ǣtrian, wk.v: to poison. (yeh-Æ-trih-yahn)
mæsse-prēost, m.n: a priest not of the Christian church; a priest of the Christian church who had attained the last of the seven appointed orders and could celebrate the mass. His orders were the same as a bishop’s, but only a bishop could ordain priests, confirm children, and consecrate churches. (MASS-seh-PRAY-ost)
hlæst, n.n: load, cargo, freight, burden. (HLAST)
holmes hlæst: fish (lit. ocean’s cargo).
nīd-frēond, m.n: one closely connected by relationship or friendship (lit. ‘need-friend’). (NEED-FRAY-ond)
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godcund, adj: of the nature of God, divine, religious, sacred. (GOD-kund)
ofet, n.n: fruit. (OV-et)
here-draca, m/f.n: an arrow (lit. ‘army-dragon’). (HEH-reh-DRAH-kah)
folcisc, adj: common, vulgar, popular; (of the clergy) secular.