wicg-cræft, m.n: steed-craft, skill in connection with horses. (WIDG-KRAFT / ˈwɪd͡ʒ-ˌkɹæft)
sār-cwide, m.n: a speech that is intended to give pain, injurious or affronting speech, reproach, bitter words; a speech in which grief is expressed, a lament. (SAHR-KWIH-deh / ˈsaːɹ-ˌkwɪ-dɛ)
hār, adj: hoary, grey, old. (HAAR / ˈhaːɹ)
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wēa-mōd, adj: angry, wrathful, choleric, passionate. (WAY-ah-MOAD / ˈweːa-ˌmoːd)
lāwerce, f.n: lark, specifically the skylark. (LAH-wehr-cheh / ˈlaː-wɛɹ-t͡ʃɛ)
andgit-fullīc, adj: fully or clearly understood, intelligible. (AHND-yit-FULL-leech / ˈand-jɪt-ˌfʌl-liːt͡ʃ)
wīglung, f.n: divination, soothsaying, sorcery, augury. (WEE-glung / ˈwiː-glʌŋ)
a-rīsan, str.v: to arise, rise, rise up, rise again; to come forth, originate. (ah-REE-zahn / ˌa-ˈɹiː-zan)
prættig, adj; wily, crafty, astute. (PRAT-tih / ˈpɹæt-tɪj)
wīcan, str.v: to yield, give way. (WEE-kahn / ˈwiː-kan)
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