wiþ-weorpan, str.v: to reject. (with-WAY-or-pon)
mǣdwe-land, n.n: meadow-land, land where grass that is to be mown grows. (MAD-weh-lond)
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regn-snegel, n: a snail or slug. (RAIN-SNAY-yell)
uferung, f.n: delay. (UH-ver-ung)
wīgbed-þegen, m.n: a minister of the altar, an ecclesiastic who performs service at the altar. (WEE-bed-THAY-yen)
ge-sceaft, n.n: the creation, a created being or thing, creature, an element; a decree, destiny, fate, condition. (yeh-SHAY-aft)
fōre-bētan, wk.v: to make full amends to or for anyone or anything. (FO-reh-BAY-tahn)
heord, f.n: a herd, flock; a group of domestic animals of one kind kept together under the charge of one or more persons. (HAY-ord)
hearh-eard, m.n: a grove-dwelling (?), a dwelling in a grove, a grove as a dwelling. (HAY-ar’h-AY-ard)
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wyrtig, adj: full of herbs. (WUR-tee)