āc, m/f.n: oak, oak tree; the name of the A-rune ᚪ. (AHK)
sigel, n.n: the sun; also the name of the S-rune ᛋ. (SIH-yell)
beorc, f.n: a birch tree; also the name of the Anglo-Saxon “B” rune. (“beh-ork”)
eh, n.n: a war-horse, charger; also the name of the Anglo-Saxon “E” rune. (“eh”)
lagu, m.n: sea, water.
Image: laguz rune. Click for more info about the rune.
fantwæter, n.n: font-water, baptismal water. ‘Ðæt hālige fant-wæter, ðe is gehāten līfes wyl-spring, is gelīc on hiwe ōðrum wæterum’.
Image: Runes (futhark) and a person surrounded by snakes on a baptismal font from c. 1100, Norums Church, Bohuslän, Sweden. Photo by Berig 2008.
Tīwesdæg, m.n: Tuesday. Tīw or Týr is a deity similar to Mars.
The Tiwaz rune shown here is associated with Tyr.
runstæf, n: a (runic) letter, a rune. Note the ‘runstafas’ (pl) on the Franks Casket.