hālgian, wk.v: to hallow, make holy, consecrate, sanctify. (HALG-i-ahn / ˈhaːl-gɪ-an)

ōga, m.n: the feeling which is excited in a person, terror, dread, horror, great fear; an object which excites fear, a terrible, horrible thing. (OH-ga / ˈoː-ga)

egesfullīce, adv: terrifyingly. (EH-yes-full-LEECH-eh / ˈɛ-jɛs-fʌl-ˌliː-t͡ʃɛ)

wicce-dōm, m.n: witchcraft, sorcery, magic. (WITCH-eh-DOAM / ˈwɪ-t͡ʃɛ-ˌdoːm)

rīp-tīma, m.n: harvest time. (REEP-TEE-ma / ˈɹiːp-ˌtiː-ma)

hærfest-wǣta, m.n: autumnal wet. (HAR-vest-WAT-ah / ˈhær-vɛst-ˌwæː-ta)

gīsl, m.n: hostage; person handed over to enemies or allies as a surety or pledge (of an agreement, oath, etc). (YEE-zull / ˈjiː-zəl)

hærfestlīc, adj: autumnal. (HAR-vest-leech / ˈhæɹ-vɛst-liːt͡ʃ)

under-crammian, wk.v: to stuff full below, to cram under. (UN-der-KRAM-mi-ahn / ˌʌn-dɛɹ-ˈkɹam-mɪ-an)

rūm-gifa, m.n: a liberal giver. (ROOM-yih-va / ˈɹuːm-ˌjɪ-va)

prūt-swangor, adj: indolent/inactive/lazy because of pride (?). (PROOT-SWAHNG-or / ˈpɹuːt-ˌswaŋ-ɔɹ)

hænne-belle, f.n: henbane. (HAN-neh-BELL-leh / ˈhæn-nɛ-ˌbɛl-lɛ)

un-āræfnedlīce, adv: intolerably. (un-AH-rav-ned-LEECH-eh / ʌn-ˈaː-ɹæv-nɛd-ˌliː-t͡ʃɛ)

godcundlīc, adj: divine. (GOD-kund-leech / ˈgɔd-ˌkʌnd-liːt͡ʃ)

sculan, v: to owe, shall, must, ought, be obliged. (SHUH-lahn / ˈʃʌ-lan)

un-bewilled, adj: not boiled away. (un-beh-WILL-led / ˌʌn-bɛ-ˈwɪl-lɛd)

ælmes-æcer, m.n: a field the produce of which was given as alms, first-fruits. (AL-mez-ACK-er / ˈæl-mɛz-ˌæk-ɛɹ)

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