land-weard, m.n: a shore watch (lit. ‘land-guard’). (LOND-WEH-ard / ˈland-ˌwɛard)

mann-ēaca, m.n: an increase of human beings. (MAHN-AY-ah-ka / ˈman-ˌeːa-ka)

mǣd-mǣwect, n: the mowing of a meadow. (MAED-MAE-wekt / ˈmæːd-ˌmæː-wɛkt)

earfoþnes, f.n: difficulty, hardship, anxiety, tribulation, misfortune. (AY-ar-voth-ness / ˈɛar-vɔθ-nɛs)

ge-fēre, adj: easy of access. (yeh-VAY-ruh / jɛ-ˈveː-rə)

tǣcing, f.n: the pointing out of a course to be followed, direction, teaching. (TAE-ching / ˈtæː-tʃɪŋ)

blīþe, adj: happy, joyful; gentle, kind, gracious. (BLEE-thuh / ˈbliː-θə)

weorold-cund, adj: earthly, temporal; secular, profane as opposed to sacred; secular as opposed to ecclesiastical. (WEH-oh-rold-KUND / ˈwɛɔ-rɔld-ˌkʌnd)

mann, m/n.n: man, human being; name of the M-rune ᛗ. (MAHN / ˈmaːn)

ræge-rēosa, m/f.n: a ridge of muscles at the side of the spine running up the back. (RAE-yuh-RAY-oh-za / ˈræ-jə-ˌreːɔ-za)

scimrian, wk.v: to shine, glisten, shimmer. (SHIM-ri-ahn / ˈʃɪm-rɪ-an)

inwit-wrāsen, f.n: evil chain. (IN-wit-WRAH-zen / ˈɪn-wɪt-ˌraː-zɛn)

and-weard, adj: physically present; present, existing or occurring now. (OND-WEH-ard / ˈand-ˌwɛard)

hlāf-mæsse, f.n: ‘bread-mass’ or Lammas Day (August 1). (HLAWV-MASS-uh / ˈhlaːv-ˌmæs-sə)

feccan, wk.v: to fetch, go in search of and bring back, come and get. (FETCH-ahn / ˈfɛ-tʃan)

sweord-geswing, n.n: striking with swords, an attack with swords. (SWEH-ord-yeh-SWING / ˈswɛɔrd-jɛ-ˌswɪŋ)

sprǣc, f.n: speech, talking, what is said. (SPRATCH / ˈspræːtʃ)

undern-swǣsendu, n.n: breakfast. (UN-dern-SWAE-zen-duh / ˈʌn-dɛrn-ˌswæː-zɛn-dʌ)

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