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ā , ō , always, ever; at all. ne … a never; not at all, not. ā on ecnesse, ā būton ende for ever and ever || , continuously: ā oþ all the way to ... [āwa].

~brēmende ever-celebrating.

~libbende everlasting.

~wunigende continual.

a-, ā- = æ̂-, on-.

aæþan = āīeþan.

ab = ōwębb woof.

abacan (a·bacan) 2 bake.

abǣdan (a·bǣdan) force out, extract (oil by pressure); force away, ward off (death); obtain by force, exact.

ābæligan = ābięlgan.

ābǣran (ā·bǣran) disclose, reveal.

abære = æ̂bæ̂re.

abærnan burn = on-.

abal = afol.

abannan (a·bannan) I summon, command — ~ ūt call out (the militia); proclaim.

abarian (a·barian), ābor-, disclose, make public [bær].

abbod abbot [ abbatem].

~dom ~had , ~rice dignity rule of an abbot, abbacy.

~isse abbess.

ābēatan (ā·bēatan) I beat to pieces; beat; beat down, make to fall.

ābēcēdē () alphabet.

ābedecian (ā·bedecian)*, ābeþ- get by begging asking.

ābelgan (ā·belgan) 3 anger, irritate, offend, injure — ābolgen wesan or weorþan || be angry offended (with).

ābēodan (ā·bēodan) 7 announce, state | offer | command; summon — ūt~ call out (militia). | appoint (festival) | — hǣelo ~ wish good luck, greet, take leave of.

ābēowan (ā·bēowan) = ābīewan.

āberan (ā·ber|an) 4 carry with effort; endure, suffer; restrain oneself, (not) know what to do; take upon oneself, put up with | take away, remove | ūp~ raise, lift up | reveal, make known.

~endlic endurable.

ābęred (ā·bęred), -rd, cunning.

āberstan (ā·berstan) 3 force one's way out; burst out, appear, ūt; escape fram.

abeþecian = abed-.

ābidan (ā·bid|an) 6 remain; remain alive, be spared; remain behind | wait, wait patiently; wait for, await, expect; experience.

~ung waiting.

ābiddan (ā·biddan) 5 æt (him) request, pray for | obtain (by prayer or request).

ābiegan (ā·bieg|an) bend ; subdue; convert.

~endlic flexible.

ābięlgan (ā·bięlgan)*, y, abæligan make angry, offend [belgan].

ābiernan (ā·biernan) 3 burn .

ābiewan (ā·biewan)*, ȳ, ēo rub, polish; purify; adorn.

ābifian (ā·bifian), eo tremble.

ābītan (ā·bītan) 6 bite (to death) ; devour, eat ; taste, partake of.

ābiterian (ā·biterian) become bitter.

āblācian (āblācian), ~od bēon become pale pallid.

āblǣcan (ā·blǣc|an) make pale, whiten.

~nes paleness, gloom = æ̂-.

~ung paleness, pallor.

āblæ̂st (ā·blæ̂st) with strong blast ( flame).

āblāwan (ā·blāwan) I blow (trumpet); breathe: God him on-ābleow gast.

āblęndan (ā·blęndan) blind; delude, deceive.

āblēred (ā·blēred) bare, uncovered (neck) [blēre].

āblīcan (ā·blīcan) 6 shine (forth), appear, be bright — ic bēo āblicen dealbabor.

āblinnan (a·blinn|an) 3 cease ; desist (from) fram.

~ednes, ~endnes cessation, interruption.

āblissian (ā·blissian) make glad, please.

āblycgan (ā·blycg|an) grow pale || strike with consternation, amaze, ~ed.

āblysian (ā·blys|ian) blush, be ashamed.

~ung blushing, shame.

ābolgennes (ā·bolgennes) irritation [ābelgan].

āborian = ābarian disclose.

āborgian (ā·borgian) be security for .; borrow æt.

ābracian (ā·brac|ian) ~od engraved in relief.

ābrǣdan (ā·brǣdan) dilate, stretch out.

ābraslian (ā·braslian) (re)sound.

ābrecan (ā·brecan) 4 break through down (wall); take (fortress); break (command) || force one's way (into), break away (from).

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ābredwian (ā·bredwian) destroy, kill.

ābrēgan (ā·brēgan) terrify.

ābregdan (ā·bregdan), -edan 3 move quickly, snatch, draw sword, ūp~ raise; ~ of, fram remove, take away || start up, awake.

ābrēmende, under ā.

ābrēotan (ā·brēot|an) 7, -ēat, -ēot, -ēotte destroy.

~nes extermination.

ābrēoþan (ā·brēoþan) 7, -uþon deteriorate ; prove untrustworthy, fail; hit ābrēaþ, he ābrēaþ æt þære þearfe; perish, come to an end. -oþen degenerate, worthless || , -ēodde, destroy .

abrerdan = onbryrdan.

ābrīetan (ā·brīetan)*, ȳ, ēo destroy. ābrēotan.

ābroþen (ā·broþen) ābrēoþan.

~nes degeneracy, cowardice.

ābufan (ā·bufan) above . [ = onbufan].

ābūgan (ā·būgan) 7 bend, be bent ; bow down ; incline | turn (to from), withdraw | submit (to), do homage.

ābūtan = onbūtan.

ābycgan (ā·bycgan) buy ; requite ; redeem | perform (oath).

ābyffan (ā·byffan) mutter.

ābylg-, æ̂bylg-.

ābysgian (ā·bysg|ian), i occupy, trouble, engross (the mind) : ~od on, mid || ~ on engage in, undertake.

~ung occupation.

ac, ā, ah I. but ; and. II. numquid — ah-ne nonne.

āc , , ǣc, āce, āc oak; † ship of oak || a.

~bēam oak-tree.

~cynn kind of oak.

~dręnc vi. drink made from acorns (?).

~lēaf oak-leaf.

~melo acorn-meal.

~mistel oak mistletoe.

~rind oak-bark.

~treow oak-tree.

aclæc (ac-læc) = āg-lāc.

acan 2 ache.

ācǣglian (ā·cǣgl|ian) — ~od serrated (back).

ācalan (ā·calan) 2 become cold.

accent accent [ accentus].

ācealdian (ā·cealdian) become cold.

ācēlan (ā·cēlan) cool ; quiet.

ācelma, æ̂c-.

ācen = ǣcen.

ācęnnan (ā·cęnn|an) bear (child) : he wæs ~ed of hire; produce (result).

~ed born, (his) own (child).

~edlic native Gl.

~ednes, ācęnnes birth.

āceocian (ā·ceoc|ian), -coc- choke (to death) || burn itself out ( fire).

~ung 'choking up,' ruminating.

āceorfan (ā·ceorfan) 3 cut (off head, down tree).

ācēosan (ā·cēosan) 7 choose, pick out — acoren Gode chosen in the sight of (by) God.

ācīegan (ā·cīegan) call forth, summon.

ācięrran (ā·cięrr|an) turn ; turn aside || turn, go; return.

~ednes turning away, apostasy, revolt.

āclian terrify [ācol].

āclǣnsian (ā·clǣnsian) purify fram.

āclēofan (ā·clēofan) 7 split.

āclingan (ā·clingan) 3 — aclungen contracted.

āclipian (ā·clipian), eo call forth, summon.

ācofrian (ā·cofrian) recover (from illness).

ācol, ā †, ~mōd terrified, excited. ge~mōdian terrify, dispirit.

ācōlian (ā·cōlian) become cool or cold.

acolitus light-bearer (in church) [. acolythus].

ācoren (ā·coren) ācēosan, chosen.

~lic eligible, estimable.

ācostnian (ā·costnian) try, test.

ācræftan (ā·cræftan) devise (plan).

ācrammian (ā·crammian) cram.

ācrēopian (ā·crēop|ian) creep, crawl — wyrmum ~ed swarming with worms.

ācrimman (ā·crimman) 3 cram, stuff.

ācsian = āscian.

ācuman (ā·cum|an) 4 come ; descend (from ancestor) : eal mancyn þe him of-ācōm || endure, withstand (temptation).

~endlic endurable.

~endlicnes possibility Gl.

ācumba (ā-cumba) -e æ̂-, ācuma oakum, tow ; ashes of the same clippings, prunings [cęmban].

ācunnian (ā·cunnian) test, try, find out; experience: ~ on me selfum.

acustan accuse .

ācwacian (ā·cwacian) tremble.

ācwęccan (ā·cwęccan) shake

ācwęlan (ā·cwęlan) 4 die, perish.

ācwęllan (ā·cwęllan) kill, destroy.

ācwęncan (ā·cwęncan) extinguish (fire, light).

ācweorna, ācwern squirrel.

ācweorran (ā·cweorran) 3 — ācworren surfeited, crapulatus. mętecweorra.

ācweþan (ā·cweþan) 5 say: ~ hine fram reject.

ācwician (ā·cwician), āc(w)ucian revive ., come to life again (of the dead).

ācwięlman (ā·cwięlman) kill.

ācwīnan (ā·cwīnan) 6 dwindle, become extinct ( fire).

ācwincan (ā·cwincan) 3 be extinguished ( fire, light); be eclipsed ( moon); vanish.

ācȳþan (ā·cȳþan) make known, show, reveal; proclaim, announce; prove, confirm.

ād heap; funeral pile | fire, flame.

~faru funeral procession.

~fȳr, -līeg pile-fire.

~lama one crippled by fire, demon.

ādǣlan (ā·dǣlan) separate, part.

ādēadian (ā·dēadian) become dead or torpid, decay.

ādēafian (ā·dēaf|ian) become deaf.

~ung becoming deaf.

adel|a putrid mud, filth.

~iht muddy, filthy.

~seaþ cesspool, sewer.

ādelfan (ā·delfan) 3 dig (pit, grave).

ādēman (ā·dēman) decree: ~ hine fram deprive of || try, afflict.

ādeorcian (ā·deorc|ian), ~od wesan become dim or tarnished; be eclipsed ( moon).

ades (ades|a) , ~e , ads- adze.

ādīedan (ā·dīedan) put to death, destroy — ādīedd dead.

ādīefan (ā·dīefan) deafen, surpass in sound [dēaf].

ādihtan (ā·dihtan) compose, write.

ādihtian (ā·dihtian) arrange, decree.

ādīlgian, (ā·dīl(e)gian), ȳ destroy, do away with, annihilate, || erase.

ādimmian (ā·dimm|ian), ~od wesan become dim; lose clearness of sight ( eyes).

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ādl, āld disease.

~ig diseased, ill.

~þracu † virulence of disease.

~wērig † weary with illness.

ādlian (ādl|ian) be sick, be ill, become infirm weak. geādlod sick (person).

~ung illness.

ādōn (ā·dōn) take away, send away || destroy || put : þanon ~ remove, ~ of expel, deliver.

adrædan = ondræ̂dan.

ādrǣfan (ā·drǣfan) drive away, expel.

ādragan (ā·dragan) 2 draw (sword).

adreminte feverfew.

ādręncan (ā·dręncan) drown, immerse.

ādrēogan (ā·drēog|an) 7 perform, practice ; pass (life, the night) | endure, suffer | tolerate, put up with.

~endlic endurable.

ādrēopan (ā·drēopan) 7 drip, drop.

ādrēosan (ā·drēosan) 7 fall || be diminished, fail.

ādrīegan (ā·drīegan) endure [drēogan].

ādrifan (ā·drifan) 6 drive away out, drive, — pursue ~ spor follow track ; ~ ford mid pilum stake ford with piles. ādrifen engraved, embossed.

ādrincan (ā·drincan) 3 be drowned ; be quenched by water ( fire).

ādrugian (ā·drugian), -ūwian dry up

ādrȳgan (ā·drȳgan) cause to dry up (well, sea); wipe dry.

ādumbian (ā·dumbian) become silent, dumb.

adun- = ofdūn-.

adustrigan = andūstrigan.

ādwǣscan (ā·dwǣscan) extinguish (fire, light) ; destroy (enemies).

ādwęllan (ā·dwęllan), -ęlian, -ealde lead into error, seduce (from God).

ādwīnan (ā·dwīnan) 6 dwindle, waste away, disappear.

ādysgian (ā·dysg|ian), ~od wesan become foolish.

ǣ, ǣw ǣ(we) divine law; scripture, book of the Bible ; religion ; rite, religious ceremony | human law — buton ǣ outlaw ; custom | marriage | wife | life † ǣw 'marriage.'

~bebod commandment.

~bōc book of the law.

~boda preacher.

~bræ̂ce law-breaking ; adulterous.

~breca, -y- adulterer.

~brucol sacrilegious.

~bryce adultery.

~cræft skill in law.

~cræftig skilled in law.

~fæst pious | married.

~fæstlīce piously.

~fæsten legal public fast.

~fæstnes piety ; religious creed, religion.

~fręmmende pious.

~fyllende pious.

~glēaw learned in the law.

~lǣdend lawgiver (!).

~lǣrend teacher of the law.

~lagol law-giving.

~lic of the law, lawful.

~līce lawfully.

~riht code of law.

~sęllend lawgiver.

~swice violation of God's law ; adultery (?).

~we-weard priest.

~wita lawyer, councillor.

~wrītere law-giver.

āeargian (ā·eargian) become cowardly.

æ̂bæ̂re (æ̂-bæ̂re), ā-, -ere notorious, openly known [āberan].

āębbian (ā·ębbian) ebb away, recede from.

æ̂blǣce (æ̂-blǣc|e) pale.

~nes, ā- pallor.

æbs, æps [ æps = æspe aspen] () fir-tree [ abies].

æ̂byligan, æ̂bylgan (æ̂-byl(i)g|an), ā-, -il- make angry or indignant ; offend.

~nes anger.

, ~þu, æ̂bylþ, abul(i)gþ anger ; offence, injury : Cristes ~ offence against C., þæt him to ~e gedōn wæs that which had offended him.

ǣc see āc oak.

æclæca (æc-læca) ag-.

æ̂cambe (æ̂-cambe) oakum. ācumba, camb.

æ̂celma (æ̂-celm|a), āc-, ecilma chilblain [ācalan].

~eht with chilblains.

ǣcen, a- of oak [āc].

æcer (cultivated) field | acre.

~ceorl farmer.

~hęge field-hedge.

~mann farmer.

~sæ̂d seed for an acre (?).

~splott small field (?).

~spranca æcern.

~teoþung tithe of the produce of the soil.

~tȳning fencing.

æcern, -irn, æcren acorn.

~spranca*, æcer- ilex, oak sapling (?) Gl.

æ̂cnōsle (æ̂-cnōsl|e) degenerate, not noble Gl.

~iende, geiende degenerating Gl.

æcumba = ācumba.

æ̂cyrf (æ̂-cyrf) clippings, what is cut off [āceorfan].

æ̂dre, æ̂ddre æ̂dran, æ̂dra, hēþir, ēþre vein — ǣdrum hrīnan, ǣdran hręþian feel the pulse ; nerve, sinew ; in pl. kidneys | spring (of water).

~seax, ǣdderseax lancet.

~weg artery, vein.

æ̂dre at once, forthwith | (know) fully, clearly †.

æ̂fen, æ̂fenn, . ēfern evening.

~bed, ~gebed evening prayer or service.

~drēam even-song.

~giefl supper.

~glōm, ~glōma twilight.

~gram † fierce in the evening.

~lāc evening sacrifice.

~lǣcan become evening.

~leoht evening light.

~leoþ evening song.

~līc of the evening.

~lof lauds.

~męte supper.

~ræding evening reading.

~reord, ~gereord -u supper.

~reordian, ~gereordian sup.

~repsung nightfall.

~ręst † evening rest.

~sang evening song.

~scima evening light.

~scop evening bard.

~spræ̂c speech of the evening before.

~steorra evening star.

~tīd ~tīma evening time.

~þegnung, ~þēn- (divine) evening service ; supper.

~þēowdōm (divine) evening service.

geæ̂fnian, æ̂fnian, (ge)æ̂f(e)nian become evening.

æ̂fnung evening.

æfesn, ~e special pasturage (of swine) ; charge for pasturage | luxury, wantonness (?).

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æfest (æf(e)|st), æ †, envy, malice; zeal, rivalry [ēst].

~full envious.

~ian be envious.

~ig envious, jealous.

æfgielþ (æf-gielþ), -ælþ () superstition Gl.

æfgrynde (æf-grynde) abyss.

æ̂fielle (æ̂-fielle)*, æfelle peeled [fell].

æ̂fiermþa (æ̂-fiermþa)*, y sweepings, rubbish.

æflast (æf-last) † swerving (?)

æfnan, ę, perform, do, make (ready), carry out (commands) !| cause, excite (anger) | endure, suffer.

ǣfre always : ne … ~ never | at any time || ever : eall þæt ~ betst wæs whatever was best; ~ ǣlc each.

æftan ~weard from behind, behind.

æftemest hindmost, last .

æfter, y- I. behind, after | along, through, during | (dig a. gold, ask a.) | according to | in consequence of || ~ þǣm, ~ þon afterwards. ~ þǣm þe after. II. after(wards). III. ~ra, æft(e)ra following, next, second.

~boren posthumous.

~cweþan 5 speak afterwards ; re peat (what is said dictated).

~cweþend posterity.

~ealo small beer.

~folgere successor.

~folgian, ~fyl(i)gan succeed; pursue.

~fylgend successor.

~fylgung pursuit.

~gang succession.

~genga successor; posthumous child.

~gęngel successor.

~gengnes succession, extremity.

~giėld additional payment.

~hǣþe after-heat.

~hyr(i)gan imitate.

~ięld(o) old age † ; future period.

~lēan reward ; retribution.

~lic second GI.

~rāp, ~rǣpe crupper.

~ryne encountering (!).

~sang matins.

~singend succentor.

~sōna again ; afterwards.

~spræ̂c after-claim.

~sprecan 5 claim.

~spyrian follow ; inquire.

~weard following.

~weardnes posterity.

æfþanc (æf-þanc) (a) grudge, displeasure; insult.

æfweard (æf-weard) absent.

~nes absence.

æfwięrdelsa (æf-więrdelsa), æ̂wy- injury, loss.

æfwięrdla (æf-więrdla) injury, loss; fine for injury or loss.

ǣg, ǣ ~ru, egg.

~erfelma, ~er-felma film of an egg.

~ergeolu, ~er-geolu yolk of egg.

~līm white of egg.

~(ge)mang egg-mixture.

~scięll egg-shell.

~wyrt dandelion.

ǣgflota (ǣg-flota) = īeg-.

ǣglæca (ǣg-læca) , ag-.

ǣgen = āgen.

ǣghwā (ǣg-hwā) each one, every one ; any one || -hwæt everything ; something or other, anything. -hwæs in every way, entirely.

ǣghwǣr (ǣg-hwǣr), -ar, ǣgwern everywhere, in every direction; any where in every respect, in every way.

ǣghwæþer, ǣgþer (ǣg-(hwæ)þer) each (of two or more), both : heora ǣg(hwær)þer ; on ǣþere healfe on both sides, ǣgþer … and, ǣgþer … ge … (ge) both … and … (and).

ǣghwanon (ǣg-hwanon(e)) from all sides ; on all sides, everywhere.

ǣghwelc (ǣg-hwelc), i, y each (one), every (one); who-, what-soever. ~ ānra each. ~es in every way.

ǣghwider (ǣg-hwider) in every direction ; everywhere.

æ̂gift (æ̂-gift) repayment.

æ̂gilde (æ̂-gilde), y without compensation, unatoned for ( man killed).

ægfnan chaff.

ǣgþer = ǣghwǣr.

æ̂gylt (æ̂-gylt) trespass, offence.

æ̂gype (æ̂-gype) worthless, nugatory.

æhher = ēar ear of corn.

æ̂hīw (æ̂-hīw) ~nes want of colour, paleness.

æ̂hīwe (æ̂-hīwe) pallid.

æ̂hliep (æ̂-hliep) violence, breach of peace LL. æthlīep.

æht † hostility, strife.

æhte pursuit, persecution.

æht eaht.

ǣht power, possession ; property.

~boren born in serfdom.

~eland territorj'.

~emann serf, farmer.

~eswān unfrce herdsman.

~spēdig wealthy.

~steald, ~gesteald possession.

~strēon, ~gestrēon possessions, riches.

~weald, ~geweald power, possession,

~wela wealth.

~welig wealthy.

geǣhtan, ǣhtan*, -ehte subdue.

geæhtle, æhtle esteem (?) [eahtian].

æ̂l eel.

~fisc eel.

~hyde eel-receptacle (?).

~nętt eel-net.

~epūta eel-pout, burbot.

ǣl = āwel awl.

æl- 'all-' eall-.

æl- = ęl-.

ǣlan (ǣl|an), ǣ †, burn burn up; kindle, light (lamp).

~ing burning ; ardour.

æ̂læ̂te (æ̂-læ̂te) I. divorced woman. II. desert place [ālæ̂tan].

ælbeorht (æl-beorht) †, eall- all-bright, very bright.

æ̂lc each, every, all ; any, būton : on anum bāte būton ǣlcum gereþrum. ~ …oþer the one … the other.

ælceald (æl-ceald) † very cold.

ælcraftig (æl-craftig) † all-powerful.

ǣlc(w)uht everyhing [ǣlc wiht].

ǣled †, ǣldes, fire, firebrand.

~lēoma gleam of fire, firebrand.

æ̂lęnge (æ̂-lęng|e) tedious, tiresome [lang].

~nes tediousness.

ælf ięlfe fairy, elf, incubus.

~adl nightmare.

~cynn race of elves.

~scīene † elf-sheen, beautiful as a fairy.

~siden, ~sidenn nightmare.

~sogoþa hiccup.

~þone [o = a ō?] nightshade (plant).

ælfæle (æl-fæle) †, eal-felo dire (poison).

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ælfaru (æl-faru) † host.

ælfen = ięlfen fairy.

ælfremde (æl-frem(e)de), el- foreign ; free (from).

ælfylce (æl-fylce) † foreign (hostile) army; foreign land.

ælgrēne (æl-grēne) † eall- all-green.

ællyfta = endlyfta.

ælmesse (ælmes|se), -ysse alms [ eleemosyna].

~bæþ gratuitous bath.

~dæ̂d almsdeed.

~dāl, ~gedāl distribution of alms.

~feoh, alms.

~full charitable.

~georn charitable.

~giėfa ni. giver of alms.

~giėfu almsgiving.

~hlāf dole of bread.

~land land granted in frank-almoigne.

~leoht candle light given to church by layman.

~lic, -estlic charitable.

~līce charitably.

~mann beggar.

~pęning alms-penny.

~riht right of receiving alms.

~sęlena, ~sylena almsgiving.

~weorc almsgiving.

ælmidde (æl-midde) exact middle.

ælmierca (æl-mierca)*, y† Ethiopian.

ælmihtig (æl·mihtig), æll-, eal(l)-, al(l)-, -e(a)htig, -ahtig, -æhtig almighty ( God).

~nes omnipotence.

ælpig = ān-līepig.

ælren of alder [alor].

æltǣwe (æl-tǣwe), -tēowe, -towe, perfect; in sound health ; excellent, good; true ; famous.

æ̂melle (æ̂-mel|le) insipid.

~nes tedium, weariness, sloth.

æ̂męn (æ̂-męn(ne)) depopulated, desert [mann].

æ̂merge ǣmyrie embers, ashes.

æmette (æmet|te), ~e ant.

~hyll ant-hill.

æ̂mette (æ̂met|te), æ̂m(e)te, ēmōte æ̂mta leisure, want of occupation [mōt, gemōt].

~hwīl. leisure time.

~tig, æ̂m(e)tig at leisure, free from (occupation) fram; deprived of, without; empty.

æ̂mettigian, æ̂m(e)t(ig)ian, -gan be at leisure abs., w. g. or fram to keep oneself free : hū hīe hīe ge~ scoldon oþerra weorca ; ǣmtigaþ ēow tō rǣdinge!

æ̂mōd (æ̂-mōd) out of heart, dismayed.

æmte = æ̂mette.

æ̂mynde (æ̂-mynde)*, -i- forgetfulness.

æn- = ān-.

ǣne, āne once ; one time, once (in multiplication) : ~ seofon beoþ seofon || ~sipa once.

ænet = ān-.

ænetre = enitre, ān-wintre.

ǣnig, -iht any(one) — ~e þinga somehow, anyhow.

æniht = āwiht.

ǣnlic (ǣn|lic) single, only (son) ; unique, incomparable, excellent ; beautiful ; of high rank.

~līce splendidly.

ænne, an.

æ̂note (æ̂-note) useless.

æppel, a-, -p(p)la(s), apple, fruit ; ball ; eye-ball.

~bæ̂re apple-bearing.

~bearo orchard.

~cyrnel pip; pomegranate (!).

~fæt apple-vessel Gl.

~fealo reddish yellow.

~hūs apple-storehouse.

~lēaf violet.

~scala core of apple.

~scrēada apple-parings.

~trēow apple-tree.

~tūn orchard.

~þorn crab-apple.

~wīn cider.

æppledef hall-shaped, embossed.

æps = æsp.

æps = æbs fir-tree.

ǣr = ār brass.

ǣr ǣrra, ǣrest, (on) ǣrne-morgen ( ǣr-morgen).

ǣr formerly; previously, before; already — ǣr oþþe æfter sooner or later ; ǣr and siþ always ; ne ǣr ne siþþan never ; swā wē ǣr (above) cwǣdon; on ǣr before-hand, previously ; : ǣr brohte had brought. || ǣr, ār soon : tō ǣr too soon ; swā ǣr swā as soon as ; sǣles bīdeþ hwonne ǣr hēo … cȳþan mōte how soon, when.

ǣror (ǣr|or) formerly; previously, beforehand.

~est, ǣst, ārest first (in time order), for the first time, at first.

ǣr before : cwǣdon þæt Crīst nǣre ǣr he ācenned wæs of Marian ; ǣr, ǣrest () … ǣr () : hine hæfde ǣr Offa afliemed … ǣr hē cyning wǣre ; þū meaht ǣlcne unþēaw on þǣm menn ǣrest be sumum tācnum ongietan … ǣr hē hit mid wordum cȳþe.

ǣr before (in time). ~ þǣm ( ~ þām) , þon ( þan) before that (time) formerly; before. ~ þǣm þe &c before.

~adl early disease.

~æ̂t feasting early.

~boren † first-born.

~cwide † in. prophecy.

~dæ̂d former deed.

~dæg early part of day ; former days, ancient times.

~dēaþ early death.

~dōn, ~gedōn done before.

~fæder forefather.

~gōd † good of old (?).

~ięldo former age.

~līce early.

~morgen ~nemorgen, -me-, -ma- early morning [ ǣr ]

~morgenlic ~nemorgenlic matutinal.

~nęmned, ~genęmned above-mentioned.

~sǣd, ~gesǣd above-mentioned.

~sceaft piece of antiquity.

~strēon, ~gestrēon ancient treasure.

~wacol early awake.

~wela ancient wealth.

~weorc, ~geweorc ancient work (sword).

~winn, ~gewinn former war trouble.

~woruld primeval world.

~wyrht, ~gewyrht former deserts.

ǣra scraper, strigil [ār].

ærce, a-, ę- archiepiscopal pallium [ archi-].

~biscop archbishop.

~biscopdōm, ~biscop-dōm ~rīce archbishopric.

~biscopstōl, ~biscop-stōl archiepiscopal see.

~diacon, archi- archdeacon.

~hād episcopal dignity.

~rīce archbishopric.

~stōl archbishopric.

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ǣren of brass [ār].

ǣrende (ǣrend|e) errand, message, tidings.

~bōc. written message, letter.

~fæst bound on errand.

~gāst angel.

~raca, ~draca, ~wraca, ~wre(o)ca messenger, ambassador, (angel, apostle).

~scip ship, boat Gl.

~sęcg messenger.

~spræ̂c message.

~wreca, ~raca.

~writ ~gewrit letter.

ǣrendian (ǣrend|ian), ge~, carry message, go on errands : ~ him þæt undertake that commission for him ; negotiate, enter into treaty for : ~ his hlāforde wifes ; intercede, use one's influence with: ~ tō Gode ymb … ; ~ him þæt hē forgēafe … .

~ung errand ; commission, mandate.

ǣrendra messenger; representative, proxy.

ærig-, earh arrow.

ǣring dawn [ǣr].

æ̂rist, -est resurrection ; origin ; pedigree [ārīsan].

ærn house [ ræu- : męte- ].

~þegn *, rendegn house-officer.

ærnan (ærn|an) ride (fast), gallop; ride race [causative of iernan].

~eweg road fit to ride on ; race-course.

~ing riding, racing.

geærnan, ærnan gallop, ride || reach by riding, gallop up to.

ǣror ǣrra.

ǣrra former, earlier, old (times, wars). ǣror before, formerly || ǣrest first (in time) : æt ~an in the first place (in enumerating).

æ̂s carrion, food.

æsc ash-tree; spear †; boat, Scandinavian war-ship ; æ.

~berend †, ~bora spear-bearer, warrior.

~berende spear-bearing.

~hęre ship-band, (Danish) army.

~holt spear.

~mann (Danish) pirate.

~plega spear-play, battle.

~rind ash-bark.

~rōf † warlike, illustrious.

~stęde battle-place.

~tīr glory in war.

~þracu spear-violence, battle.

~þrote, -u vervain (?).

~wiga warrior.

~wlanc warlike.

~wyrt vervain (?).

æsc = æx axe.

æsce (æsc|e) = asce ashes.

~fealu ashy-coloured.

~græ̂g ashy gray.

ǣsce (ǣsc|e) inquiry, questioning; search, investigation [āscian].

~an demand (legally).

æ̂sceare (æ̂-sceare), a-, -æ̂re unshorn, with untrimmed hair [scieran].

æ̂sceda (æ̂-sceda) (?) refuse (?) Gl. [āscādan].

æscen I. , () wooden vessel, bucket, cup. II. of ash.

æ̂smogu (æ̂-smogu) slough, cast-off skin (of snake) [āsmūgan].

æspe (æsp|e), L. æps aspen, white poplar.

~en of aspen.

~rind bark of aspen.

æ̂sprynge (æ̂-sprynge), -inge source (of running water) ; starting-point, origin; spring (of water), fountain [āspringan].

ǣst = ǣrest.

æstel book-mark [. (h)astula].

æ̂swic (æ̂-swic) () scandalum, stumbling-block, offence ; sedition ; deceit, seduction ; crime.

æ̂swician (æ̂-swic|ian) scandalizare, become an oflence ; offend ; betray ; become an apostate.

~end offender ; hypocrite ; traitor.

~ung offence, stumbling-block ; deceit ; sedition.

æ̂swica (æ̂-swica) offender ; deceiver ; hypocrite ; traitor, deserter.

æ̂swicce (æ̂-swicce) apostate, rebellious.

æ̂swind (æ̂-swind) inert [āswindan].

æt, ot, at þā æt nēxtan thereupon, then || : in þǣre stōwe þe is genęmned æt Searobyrg, is called Salisbury | to || source, origin : geleornian æt | , from : āniman æt | : onfēng hine æt fulwihte | : āgeþe þēr-æt … | : wearþ ācweald æt his witena handum.

æ̂t food ; eating [etan].

~giėfa †* feeder.

~wela abundance of food.

āetan (ā·etan) 5 eat up, devour.

ætberan (æt·beran) 4 carry, carry off; bring, show.

ætberstan (æt·berstan) 3 break away, escape, þanon.

ætbregdan (æt·bregd|an), -ēdan 3 take away, deprive, release : hē ætbrǣd hine () lustum.

~endlic ablative (case).

ætclifian (æt·clifian) adhere.

ætclīpan (æt·clīpan) adhere.

ætdēman (æt·dēman) refuse.

ætdōn (æt·dōn) take away, deprive

ætealdod (æt·ealdod) too old (for)

ætęglan (æt·ęglan) molest.

ætfæstan (æt·fæstan) inflict ; impart, endow with ; join (in marriage), commit, entrust.

ætfeallan (æt·feallan) I fall out (of chariot) ; fall away, deteriorate ; be deducted (from sum paid).

ætfele (æt-fele) () adhesion.

ætfęng (æt-fęng) taking possession of, reclaiming (cattle).

ætfeohtan (æt·feohtan) † 3 : ~ folmum grope.

ætfēolan (æt·fēolan), -fealh 3 adhere; apply oneself to, continue in.

ætfęrian (æt·fęrian) carry away

ætflēon (æt·flēon) 7 escape.

ætflōwan (æt-flōwan) I. be abundant (!).

ætforan (æt·foran) I. before, in the presence of II. beforehand (time).

ætgædre, ætgædere (æt·gæd(e)re) together: at the same time [gadrian].

ætgǣre (æt-gǣre), -āre , -gār javelin.

ætgiėfan (æt·giėfan) 5 give .

ætgrǣpe (æt·grǣpe) † seizing, aggressive.

æthabban (æt·habban) retain, withhold.

æthębban (æt·hębban) 2 take away, withhold — separate oneself from, exalt oneself above fram.

æthindan (æt·hindan) behind, after.

æthlēapan (æt·hlēapan) I run away, escape.

æthlīep (æt·hlīep) assault.

æthrīnan (æt·hrīnan) 6 touch

æthrine (æt-hrine) touch.

æthwā (æt-hwā) every one, each.

æthweg (æt-hweg(u)) -a somewhat, a little ; how.

æthweorfan (æt·hweorfan) 3 (re)turn, go.

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æthwōn (æt-hwōn) almost.

ætīecan (æt·īec|an), ot- add to, increase.

~nes increase.

ætiernan (æt·iernan) 3 run away.

ætīewan (æt·īew|an); -ēowan ; -ēowian ; -eawan ; otēawan ; at- show, display, reveal; appear || appear.

~nes, ~ednes appearance; manifestation, revelation.

~ung showing, manifestation, Epiphany.

ætlǣdan (æt·lǣdan) lead away, take away.

ætlic eatable Gl. æ̂- or e- (?).

ætlicgan (æt·licgan) 5 lie useless.

ætlimpan (æt-limpan) 3 disappear, escape (from); become an apostate (from God).

ætlūtian (æt·lūtian) lie hid; hide from.

ætnes edibility (?) Gl. ætlic., ǣtran

ætniman (æt·niman) 4 take away, deprive

ætręccan (æt·ręccan) declare forfeited.

geætred, (ge)æt(t)red, -od poisoned, poisonous.

geǣtren, ǣtren, geǣttren, poisonous, poisoned.

~mōd † venomous in mind.

ǣtran, ǣttran (ǣ(t)tr|an), -ian poison.

ǣtrig poisonous.

ætrihte (æt-rihte), y, e I. near (in place and time). II. nearly, almost.

ætsacan (æt·sacan) 2 deny.

ætsamne (æt·samne) together.

ætscūfan (æt·scūfan) 7 push away.

ætsittan (æt·sittan) 5 stay, wait.

ætslīdan (æt·slīdan) 6 slip, glide.

ætspornan (æt·sporn|an), u 3 stumble, knock against æt rebel.

~ung stumbling, misfortune.

ætspringan (æt·springan) 3 spring out, flow out.

ætsprungnes, ætsprungennes (æt·sprung, (en)nes) failing [ætspringan].

ætstandan (æt·stand|an) 2 stand (still) ; be present; cease — ~en stopped ( urine, veins).

ætstandende (æt-standende) standing by.

ætsteall (æt-steall) † place (?); help (?).

ætstillan (æt·stillan) still, calm.

ætswęrian (æt·swęrian) 2 deny with oath.

ætswīgan (æt·swīgan) become silent ; keep silence about, not speak of be.

ætswimman (æt·swimman) 3 swim away, escape by swimming.

ætswingan (æt·swingan) 3 deprive.

ǣttren =ǣtren.

ætþringan (æt·þringan) 3 force out, deprive .

ætweaxan (æt·weaxan) 1 increase.

ætwegan (æt·wegan) 5 take away, carry off.

ætwęnian (æt·węnian) wean from (evil).

ætwesende (æt-wesende) at hand.

ætwindan (æt·windan) 3 escape; fly away.

ætwist (æt-wist) presence; (?) sustinence, food [ edwist].

ætwītan (æt·wītan) 6 reproach with.

ætwręncan (æt·wręncan) deprive by fraud.

æ̂þian breathe || breathe, blow, inspire.

geǣþed, ǣþed sworn (witness) [āp].

geæþelian, æþelian ennoble, make renowned.

æþele (æþel|e) noble (by birth or character); vigorous (plants); good (in character); valuable, of high price; pleasant ( odours).

~boren of noble birth; freeborn.

~borennes nobility of birth.

~cund of noble origin.

~cundnes nobility of origin.

~cyning king (Christ).

~duguþ retinue.

~ferþingwyrt -fyrding- a plant.

~nes nobility.

~stęnc sweet odour.

~tungol noble star.

geæþele, æþele inborn, natural (to), suitable.

æþeling king's son, heir apparent ; nobleman; † hero, man.

æþelic, æþellic noble, excellent.

æþellīce nobly, excellently.

æþelu origin, lineage ; nobility, excellence; produce, growth (of the earth).

æ̂þm breathing, breath; vapour; blast (of fire).

~ian give out vapour.

æ̂þriet (æ̂-þriet)*, troublesome, tedious [āþrēotan]

~nes tedium.

æ̂þrot (æ̂-þrot) disgust, weariness [āþrēotan].

~sum*, ā- irksome.

æw = ǣ law.

ǣwan cotemn, scorn.

æ̂wæ̂de (æ̂-wæ̂de) without clothes.

ǣwda, ~mann witness.

ǣw, ǣwe lawful (wife); (brother) of the same marriage [ǣ].

ǣwen related by marriage, (brother) of the same marriage [ǣ].

æ̂wēne (æ̂-wēne) hopelessness, uncertain, doubtful.

æ̂więlm (æ̂-więlm) source (of river), spring, fountain: origin [āweallan].

æwierdelsa= æf-.

ǣwisfirina (ǣwis-firina), ē(a) notorious sinner, publicanus. ǣwisc-.

ǣwisc, ~e I. disgrace, offence, scandalum. II. disgraced, abashed ; indecent.

~berende shameful.

~firenend*, a- public sinner Gl.

~lic shameful.

~mōd abashed.

~nes disgrace, sense of shame; shamelessness — (?) on ~se in propatulo, publicly; reverence.

ǣwnian (ǣwn|ian) marry [ǣ].

~ung wedlock.

ǣwumboren (ǣwum-boren) legitimate (child) [ǣ].

ǣwungon ~e openly Gl. ēawunga.

æ̂wyrp (æ̂-wyrp) throwing-away, rejection; what is rejected [āweorpan].

æ̂x, æcus, acus, æces, æsc, eax axe.

āfǣgan (ā·fǣgan) draw, depict [fāg].

āfǣgrian (ā·fǣgrian) make beautiful ; embroider. āfǣgan (?).

āfǣman (ā·fǣman) foam out, breathe out.

āfæ̂ran (ā·fæ̂ran) terrify.

āfǣstan (ā·fǣstan) fast, perform (fast).

āfæstlā (ā-fæst-lā)

āfæstnian, āfæstenian (ā·fæst(e)nian) make firm, confirm ; fix (eyes on); build; write; affix, add (in writing).

āfandian (ā·fand|ian) test, try; experience.

~igendlic, ~odlic capable of being tested, probabilis.

~ung trial.

āfaran (ā·faran) 2 go out, depart.

āfeallan (ā·feallan) I fall down ; fall (in battle) ; fall off, decline, decay.

āfēdan (ā·fēdan) nourish, feed; maintain, support ; rear, bring up; bring forth, produce.

āfeohtan (ā·feohtan) 3 attack, assail; pluck out.

āfeormian (ā·feorm|ian) clean(se), remove (pimples), purge (stomach); purify (spiritually).

~ung clean(s)ing, purging.

afeorran = āfierran.

āfeorsian (ā·feorsian), -ie, y remove, expel ; depart.

āfęrian (ā·fęrian) carry away, remove.

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āferscian (ā·ferscian) become fresh ( water).

āfięllan (ā·fięllan) fell (tree) ; kill ; subvert, abolish.

āfierran (ā·fierran), eo remove, deprive fram.

āfigen (ā·figen) fried Gl.

afindan = onfindan.

āflēan (ā·flēan) 2 strip off (piece of skin).

āflēon (ā·flēon) 7 flee ; escape.

āflēogan (ā·flēogan) 7 fly — bip āflogen tō is addicted to.

āflīegan (ā·flīegan) put to flight; expel (fever, devils).

āflīeman (ā·flīeman) put to flight ; expel ; banish.

āflōwan (ā·flōwan) I flow.

afogian = āwōgian.

afol†, abal strength, might.

afon = onfōn.

āfor, a, harsh (to taste) ; † fierce, vehement.

afora = eafora.

āforhtian (ā·forhtian) be afraid.

āfrēfran, āfrēfrian (ā·frēfr(i)an) comfort, console.

āfręmdan (ā·fręmd|an), -ęmþan alienate.

~ung alienation.

āfreoþan (ā·freoþan) 7 froth.

āfūlian (ā·fūlian) become foul impure, decay.

āfȳlan (ā·fȳlan) foul ; defile.

āfyllan (ā·fyllan) fill ; satisfy (desires) ; complete.

āfȳran (ā·fȳran) deprive ; castrate.

āfyrhtan (ā·fyrhtan) — āfyrht afraid.

āfȳsan (ā·fȳsan) make to hasten, drive on away; incite, impel (mind).

āglāc (āg-lāc), ǣg-, -ǣc I. † misery, torment. II. sagacious (?).

~cræft evil art.

~hād misery.

~wīf wretched, monstrous woman.

āglǣca (āg-lǣca) (āg-lǣca) †, āh-, ǣg- wretch, monster ; warrior, hero.

āgan (ā·gan) come forth, appear ; pass ( time) ; happen ; grow.

āgǣlan (ā·gǣl|an) hinder, frustrate ; neglect — ~ed neglectful, remiss | engross, occupy : eall þæt folc wearþ mid him ānum āgǣled (in trying to capture him).

āgǣlwan (ā·gǣlwan) astonish, alarm.

āgalan (ā·galan) 2 sound ; sing.

āgālian (ā·gāl|ian) — ~od remiss, neglectful.

āgānian (ā·gānian) yawn.

āgen, ǣ- I. own. II. (own) property; own country [āh].

~nama proper name (in grammar).

~nes possession, property.

~slaga suicide.

~spræ̂c idiom.

agen = ongēan.

āgend possessor; the Lord [āh].

~frēa, āgenf-, -frēo, -frig(e)a, -frīg, -frēan, -frēo, owner, master, mistress.

~līce as one's own, imperiously ; accurately, properly.

āgeolwian (ā·geolwian) become yellow.

āgēomerian (ā·gēomerian) mourn, grieve.

āgēotan (ā·gēotan) 7 pour out, shed (blood) ; melt, found (metal images) ; destroy ; deprive || flow out.

āgiėfan (ā·giėfan) 5 give, render, give up ; restore, repay.

āgiėldan (ā·giėldan) 3 pay, requite, render (account, retribution), repay, offer (sacrifice) ; make possible, allow — þā mē sǣl āgeald, when I had an opportunity.

āgielpan (ā·gielpan) 3 exult in

āgiemelēasian (ā·giemelēasian) neglect.

āgiėtan (ā·giėt|an) 5, ~ed, destroy.

āgiėta (ā·giėta) waster, prodigal.

agift = ǣgift.

āgimmed (ā·gimmed) gemmed, set with jewels.

aginnan = onginnan.

agita = āgīeta.

āgleddian (ā·gleddian) moisten.

āglidan (ā·glidan) 6 glide, slip, stumble.

āgnian (āgn|ian) possess ; claim (possession) ; take possession, appropriate, adopt; handover.

~iend possessor.

~iendlic, ge- possessive (in grammar).

~ung possession ; claim.

āgnettan appropriate [āgen].

āgnīdan (ā·gnīdan) 6 rub (off) — āgniden threadbare.

āgniden, āgnidenn (ā·gniden(n)) rubbing Gl.

āgotennes (ā·gotennes) shedding (of blood) [āgēotan].

āgrafan (ā·graf|an) 2 engrave, inscribe, sculpture.

~enlic sculptured, graven.

āgrāpian (ā·grāpian) grasp.

āgrisan (ā·grisan), ȳ shudder, fear : ~ for hęlle.

āgrōwan (ā·grōwan) I : ~en mid overgrown, covered with.

āgryndan (ā·gryndan) descend [grund].

agrysan = āgrisan.

agu magpie.

āgyltan (ā·gyltan) be guilty, incur guilt, trespass wiþ.

ah = ac.

āh. āhte, āgan possess, have, get possession of; ought: nāh hē þæt tō dōnne.

āhabban (ā·habban) restrain ; abstain fram.

āhaccian (ā·haccian) pick out.

āhafen (ā·hafen), æ āhębban.

~nes elevation, rising (of the sea) ; pride.

āhātian (ā·hātian) become hot.

āheardian (ā·heardian) become hard, firm ; become hardy, inured ; be insisted upon, be maintained.

āhēawan (ā·hēawan) I cut, excavate, cut down (tree), cut wood into planks.

āhębban (ā·hębban) 2 lift up, raise ; extol, praise; exalt (thoughts), be presumptuous ; āhafen leavened, raised ( bread).

ahebbian = āebbian.

āhęfigian (ā·hęfigian) make heavy, weigh down ; make sad.

āhelpan (ā·helpan) 3 help.

āheolorian (ā·heolorian) weigh, consider.

āheoran (ā·heoran) or aheordan (a·heordan) † rescue (?).

āhęrian (ā·hęrian) (fully) praise.

āhięldan (ā·hięldan)*, e, y, i bend, incline; lay down, rest || turn away, avert [heald. onhięldan].

āhięltan (ā·hięltan)*, y make lame, trip up, supplantare.

āhīenan (ā·hīenan) humble.

āhięrdan (ā·hięrd|an) harden ; encourage, strengthen.

~ing hardening.

āhladan (ā·hladan) 2 draw (water) ; deliver.

āhlǣnan (ā·hlǣnan) exalt oneself.

ahlǣnsian (a·hlǣnsian) become lean ; make lean, macerare.

āhlēapan (ā·hlēapan) I leap up.

āhlēfan (ā·hlēfan)*, oe pull out

āhlięhhan (ā·hlięhhan) 2 laugh ; exult ; laugh at, ridicule

āhlocian (ā·hlocian) pull out, dig out.

āhlōwan (ā·hlōwan) I resound.

āhlūttrian (ā·hlūttrian) make clear, purify.

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āhlȳttran (ā·hlȳttran) = ā·hlūttrian.

ahnian = āgnian.

āhnēopan (ā·hnēopan) † 7 -ēap*, -ēop pluck.

āhnęscian (ā·hnęscian) become soft, weak ; become effeminate || weaken.

āhnigan (ā·hnigan) 6 bow, fall.

āhogian (ā·hogian) think out, devise.

āholian (ā·holian) hollow ; engrave, emboss | pull out.

āhōn (ā·hōn) I b hang ; kill by hanging; crucify.

āhopian (ā·hopian) hope.

āhręddan (ā·hrędd|an) save : hē hī æt hungre āhredde | rescue, recapture.

~ing deliverance, salvation.

āhrēofian (ā·hrēof|ian) become leprous — ~od leprous.

āhrēosan (ā·hrēosan) 7 fall ; rush.

ahreran = onhrēran stir.

ahrinan = onhrīnan.

āhrisian (ā·hrisian), y shake ; shake off.

ahsian = āscian.

āht = āwiht anything.

~līce worthily, bravely.

āhte āh.

āhwā (ā-hwā) any one.

āhwǣnan (ā·hwǣn|an) vex, tease, grieve — ~ed afflicted, sad.

āhwæ̂r (ā-hwæ̂r), -ār, āwer, ōwer(n) anywhere ; in any way ; ever.

ahwærgen = āhwergen.

āhwæt (ā-hwæt) anything.

ahwæþer (a-hwæþer), ā(w)þer, āþor I. either (of two) ; anything (?). II. āwþer, oþþe … oþþe either … or. ōþer.

āhwanon (ā-hwanon), ōwana from anywhere ; on any side.

āhweorfan (ā·hweorfan) 3 turn away, remove, avert.

ahwergen (a-hwergen), -æ- anywhere.

āhwęttan (ā·hwęttan) excite, incite; provide; repudiate, renounce.

āhwider (ā-hwider) in any direction, from any source.

āhwięlfan (ā·hwięlfan) cover (with vault), overwhelm. up~ pull up, loosen [hwealf].

āhwięrfan (ā·hwięrfan) turn away.

ahwonne (a-hwonne), -ænne at any time.

āhycgan (ā·hycgan) think out, devise.

āhydan (ā·hydan) hide ; wiþ.

āhȳrian (ā·hȳrian) hire.

āhȳþan (ā·hȳþan) plunder, destroy.

āīdlian (ā·īdlian) be free fram | make useless, annul, frustrate (plans) ; profane; get rid of (disease).

āiernan (ā·iernan) 3 run, flow ; pass, expire ( time).

āieþan (ā·ieþan) † lay waste, destroy.

āl- fire [ǣled, ǣlan].

~fæt cooking vessel.

~geweorc fire-making, tinder Gl.

āl = awel awl.

ālādian (ā·lādian) excuse, justify.

ālæccan (ā·læccan) catch.

ālǣdan (ā·lǣdan) lead away, take away ; lead : eft ~ bring back ; bring forth, cause to grow.

ālæ̂nan (ā·læ̂nan) lend.

ālǣran (ā·lǣran). teach.

ālæ̂tan (ā·læ̂t|an) I b send forth, shed (tears); let, permit ; let go, give up ; let alone, leave : þā þæt fyr hīe ālēt ; remit, pardon ; deliver.

~nes loss.

alan 2 † nourish, produce; appear (!) .

alāþian (a·lāþian) become distasteful.

albe alb [ alba].

aldot = *ealdoþ.

alęcgan (a·lęcg|an) lay down, put down ; place, put | desist from, remit (tribute), give up : ~ende word deponent verb | conquer, put down, refute ; diminish, withhold | inflict.

endlic (-endlic) deponent (verb).

ālefan (ā·lef|an), -ian, -wan injure, maim, weaken — ~ed ill [lēf].

aleon = ōnleon lend.

ālēodan (ā·lēodan) 7 grow.

ālēogan (ā·lēogan) 7 tell lies ; deny ; belie, not keep (vow).

ālesan (ā·lesan) 5 pick out, gather.

alet = ǣled fire.

alewan = ālēfan.

alewe = aluwe.

ālibban (ā·libban), āleof-, ālif- live, pass (life) ; survive (injury).

ālicgan (ā·licgan) 5 fail, cease, perish.

āliefan (ā·lief|an) , allow ; give up, surrender (fortress).

~ed lawful, allowable.

~edlic allowable.

~edlīce allowably.

~ednes permission.

ālīesan (ā·līes|an) loosen, take off (helmet) release ; ransom, redeem.

~nes, ~ednes redemption.

āliesend (ā·lies|end) releaser ; Redeemer.

~endlic bond-loosening, liberating (rune or charm).

~ing redemption.

ālīeþran (ā·līeþran)*, ē lather, rub with soap [lēaþor].

ālihtan (ā·lihtan) lighten, alleviate, relieve, help ; take away off ; alight.

ālimpan (ā·limpan) 3 happen.

ālinnan (ā·linnan), -linian pull out ; deliver, set free.

āliþian (ā·liþian), eo dismember ; loosen, separate (soul from body).

āliþrian (ā·liþrian) loosen, remove.

āloccian (ā·loccian) entice out.

alor, -er, alr alder.

~dręnc alder drink.

~holt alder wood.

~rind alder bark.

alter, altare altar [ altare].

ālūcan (ā·lūcan) 7 pull up, pull away, separate.

ālūtan (ā·lūtan) 7 bend, bow — āloten bowed down, humble.

aluwe, al(e)we aloes (a spice) [ aloe].

am = eom am.

ām, uma † reed (of loom).

āmællad (ā·mællad) [æ = ?] made empty or useless. æ̂melle.

āmæ̂ran (ā·mæ̂ran) make famous, proclaim.

āmæstan (ā·mæstan) fatten (pig).

aman = onman

āmanian (ā·manian) demand, exact.

amang, gemang.

āmānsumian (ā·mānsum|ian) excommunicate.

~ung excommunication.

āmarod (ā·marod) confused, confounded.

āmasod (ā·masod) confused, confounded.

āmāwan (ā·māwan) I mow down.

amb = ām.

amber jar, pitcher, bucket ; a measure (dry and liquid) [ amphora].

ambiht, -eht, (o)e- I. oflice, service ; commission, command, message. II. officer, attendant, servant, messenger.

~hiera obedient servant.

~hūs office.

~ian*, e- serve

~mann official, attendant.

~męcg †, æ servant.

~scealc official, servant.

~sęcg official, messenger.

~smiþ official smith, carpenter, &c.

~sumnes*, ę- service

~þegn attendant, servant.

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ambyre favourable (wind); [and-, byre].

āmearcian (ā·mearcian) mark out, define (limits of) ; delineate, draw ; destine, appoint.

amel vessel for holy water ( amula].

āmeldian (ā·meldian) betray, reveal.

āmeltan (ā·meltan) 3 melt — āmolten melted (metal).

āmęrian (ā·męrian), y purify ( melted metals) ; test, examine.

āmetan (ā·met|an) 5 measure; assign, bestow ; plan, form, make.

~endlīce compendiously (!) Gl.

āmētan (ā·mētan) paint ; adorn.

āmętsian (ā·mętsian) provide with food, provision.

amidlod = unmīdlod.

āmięltan (ā·mięltan)*, y melt.

āmięran (ā·mięran) hinder, hinder one in (from) … ; disable, injure, corrupt, destroy.

āmolnsnian (ā·molnsnian) decay, become weak ( eyes).

amore, emer, omer a bird Gl.

ampella bottle[ ampulla].

ampre dock (plant), sorrel.

āmundian (ā·mundian) protect.

āmyrgan (ā·myrgan) cheer.

āmyrþran (ā·myrþran) murder.

an, an- = on, on-.

ān I. ānne, ǣnne, one ( : þæt an) of. ān and ān, ān æfter ānum one by one, one after the other. ān … oþer the first … the second | same : on ānum gēare forþferdon | only, alone : būton him ānum | a certain (one), a | any : būton synne ānre || þæt ān only : nā þæt ān (þæt ) … ac not only … but. ' for ān only. on ān continually ; always, continuously; immediately ; together ; (tell him) once for all. ānes hwæt a portion, only a part (of the whole) ; gewearþ him ānes they made an agreement. ānum alone, solely; tō ānumgecierdon joined together. ānra gehwelc each. II. only.

~bieme made of one trunk.

~boren only (child).

~buend anchorite.

~cęnned only (child).

~cummum one by one

~cyning unique king.

~dæge lasting one day.

~daga appointed day, term.

~dagian appoint day or term of; adjourn.

~ēage, ~ēagede one-eyed.

~ęcge one-edged.

~feald, ~fealdlic simple, single ; singular (number) : unique, superior ; honest, modest.

~fealdlīce simply.

~fealdnes concord ; simplicity.

~fēte one-footed.

~floga solitary flyer.

~forlæ̂tan I b relinquish, forsake, lose.

~forlæ̂tnes desertion.

~genga solitary;

~giėld, ~giėlde single (fixed (?), āndaga) compensation ~gielde with such a compensation ; fixed price.

~haga recluse.

~hęnde one-handed.

~hoga = ~haga.

~horn, ~horna unicorn.

~hygdig, ~hȳdig steadfast, stubborn, self-willed.

~hyrne one-horned : unicorn.

~hyrned, ~hyrnede one-horned.

~īege one-eyed.

~lǣcan unite.

~læ̂tan I b relinquish.

~legere with one husband.

~līepe, ~lape, ~līepig, ǣlpig isolated, single ; unattached, without ties, private.

~līepnes loneliness.

~lic only, solitary, unique [ ǣnlic].

~mēde unanimity.

~mōd unanimous ; resolute, brave, fierce : obstinate.

~mōdlīce unanimously ; resolutely.

~mōdnes unanimity ; constancy.

~nes oneness, unity ; agreement ; solitude.

~pæþ one-by-one path, narrow path.

~ræ̂d, ~ræ̂de unanimous ; resolute, of firm character.

~rǣdlic unanimous ; resolute.

~rǣdlīce unanimously ; resolutely.

~rǣdnes unanimity, agreement ; constancy.

~seld hermitage.

~setl hermitage.

~setla hermit.

~spilde unique (medicine).

~spræ̂ce speaking together.

~standende standing alone.

~stapa lonely wanderer.

~stelede with one stalk.

~stīg = ~pæþ.

~strǣc pertinacious.

~streces continuously [stręccan].

~sum whole.

~sumnes virginity.

~sunu only, unique son.

~swēge harmonious.

~tīd fixed time (?).

~trum, ~getrum unique, noble host.

~wędd security, pledge.

~wīg single combat.

~wīglīce in single combat.

~wille I. obstinate. II. obstinately.

~willīce obstinately.

~wilnes, ~willnes obstinacy.

~wintre, ǣnetre, enetere of one year, one year old.

~wīte simple fine.

~wuniende solitary.

~wunung solitary abode.

geāned united Bd.

anung zeal

āna solitary, alone ; only : God ~ wat.

anawyrm (ana-wyrm) [ā- ?] intestinal worm.

ānad-, -æd- desert.

ananbēam (anan-bēam) spindle-tree.

anbid (an-bid), i† () expectation, suspense ; interval.

~stōw place of waiting.

anbīdian, andbīdian, (an(d)-bīd|ian), ge- , expect, wait for || ge- wait.

~ung expectation.

anbringelle (an-bringelle) instigation.

anbroce timber, wood.

anbrucol (an-brucol) rugged.

anclēow ankle.

ancor, -er, ancra anchor [ ancora].

~bęnd, ~rāp, ~stręng cable.

~mann anchor-man, proreta.

~setl prow.

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ancra, ancer, -or hermit [ anachoreta].

ancerlic (ancer|lic), ancor- of a hermit.

~lif hermit's life.

~setl hermitage.

~stōw hermitage.

and, ęnd and. gelīce and as if.

and- = on- (an-), rarely = a-.

anda (and|a) envy, malice; anger, grudge, vexation ; indignation, zeal ; injury, hostility.

~ian envy ; be zealous.

~ig envious, jealous.

andbita (and-bita) tasting feast (?): Gl.

andbyrdan, (an(d)-byrd|an) strive, ongēan, on resist.

~nes resistance.

andcwiss (and-cwiss) answer.

andēages (and-ēages)*, -ægesface to face.

andefn, anddyfen proportion, amount [gedafenian].

andetla confession.

andettan (andett|an), andhet(t)an confess, give praise . [and, hātan].

~a, ~end, ~ere confessor, praiser.

~ing confession.

~nes confession.

andfeax (and-feax) bald.

andfęnga (and-fęnga) taker up, defender, susceptor [fōn].

andfęnge (and-fęng|e) acceptable, fit.

~nes receiving ; receptacle.

~estōw receptacle.

andfęngend (and-fęngend) defender.

andgiet (and-giet) intellect ; comprehension ; sense (the five senses) ; meaning, purport.

~full intelligent, knowing.

~fullic intelligible.

~fullīce intelligibly, clearly.

~lēas foolish.

~lēast, īe folly.

~lic intelligible.

~līce intelligibly.

~ol intelligent.

~tācen intelligible sign, symbol.

andgiėte (and-giėte)*, -gete † manifest.

andhēafod (and-hēafod) unploughed headland of a field,

andlang, ollung I. continuous, whole (day). II. ~, ~es along(side).

andlēan (and-lēan) † retribution.

andleofen (and-leofen), -lifen, y sustenance, food ; wages [libban].

āndlōman (ānd-(ge)lōman), -uman, -aman utensils.

andmitta (and-mitta) = an-mitta.

andrysne (an-drysn|e), andd- awe-inspiring ; terrible, horrible.

~o awe, reverence ; etiquette.

~lic, ondrys(t)lic terrible.

andsaca (and-sac|a) denier, renouncer, apostate ; enemy.

~ian deny.

andsæc (and-sæc) denial ; refusal ; resistance.

andsæ̂te (an(d)-sæ̂te) hateful, repugnant, repulsive, hostile.

andslięht (and-slięht) †, y, hand- , stroke.

andspyrnes (and-spyrnes) stumbling-block, scandalum [onspornan].

andswarian (and-swar|ian), -orian, -erian, -eorian, answer .

~u, ans-, ondsuer- answer.

andūstrigan (andūstr|igan) protest, deny

~ung protest, denial.

andwæ̂t (and-wæ̂t) moist.

andweard (and-weard) opposite ; present (in place and time).

~lic present.

~līce present : hine ~ gesawon.

~nes presence (in place and time).

andweorc (and-weorc) substance, thing; material ; cause.

andwīg (and-wīg) resistance.

andwīs (and-wīs) knowing, skilful in

~nes experience.

andwist (and-wist) station (?) ; support (?).

andwlita (and-wlita), -iota ; -eata ; -ata in. face, countenance ; surface (of earth) ; form, shape.

andwlite (and-wlit|e), onwlite face, forehead.

~full proud Gl.

andwraþ (and-wraþ) † hostile

andwyrdan (and-wyrd|an) answer

~e answer.

~ing conspiratio.

āne = ǣne once.

ānęmnan (ā·nęmnan) declare, proclaim.

ānett, ǣ- (?) solitude.

anfilte (an-filte) () anvil.

anforht (an-forht) alarmed.

ang (ang-)*, o-.

~nora, nere comer of the eye (?).

anga prickle, sting, goad.

ānga sole, only [ān].

ange (ang|e) anxionsly — him was ~ on his mode he was anxious.

~brēost asthma.

~mōd anxious, sad.

~mōdnes distress of mind.

~nægl corn (on foot).

~nes anxiety, distress.

~set, ~seta pustule, carbuncle.

~sum, ~sumlic troublesome.

~sumian trouble.

~sumlīce painfully.

~sumnes trouble, perplexity, pain.

Angel Anglen (in Schleswig).

~cyning king of the English.

~cynn English race.

~þeod English people.

angel fish-hook.

~twicca, ~æcca , ~twicce (?) earthworm.

anginn (an-ginn) beginning ; rising (of sun) ; enterprise ; design ; action.

Angle = Ęngle English.

angrisenlīce (an-grisenlīce)*, y terribly.

angrisla (an-grisla), o- terror, horror.

angrislic, angristlic, o- terrible, horrible.

angryrlic (an-gryrlic)*, o- terrible, angrislic and gryre.

ānīedan (ā·nīedan) force ~ fram separate forcibly, ~ ūt drive out, expel.

aniehst (a·niehst) † last (in order of mention).

āniman (ā·niman) 4 take away, deprive æt.

āninga, ānunga, ǣninga at once ; absolutely, entirely, certainly.

āniþrian, āniþerian (ā·niþ(e)rian) thrust down ; condemn.

anlēc (an-lēc), -æc, -ic 'looking-on,' regard, respect [lōcian].

anlic, angelīc, o, similar; equal.

~nes a, o, likeness, similitude; form, stature : on nǣddran ~se ; illustration, parable ; portrait ; statue, idol.

anlīce (anlīc|e), o- similarly : ~ost swelce as if.

geanlīcian, anlīcian compare; make like.

anmēdla (an-mēdla), o- pride, pomp, glory ; presumption ; courage [mōd].

geanmēttan (gean-mēttan) encourage [mōd].

anmitta, andmitta (an(d)-mitta), onm- balance, scales (for weighing).

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ann , ūþe, unnan, grant ; not grudge, wish (a person to have something) ; wish unnendre handa voluntarily.

anoþa fear.

ansīen (an-sīen); -ēon. ; o- face, countenance; aspect, appearance, form; view, contemplation ; spectacle.

ansīen (an-sīen)*, onsȳn lack, want.

anspilde (an-spilde) salutary.

anstięllan (an-stięllan)*, y put in stall stable [steall].

ansund (an-sund), o- whole, entire, sound, uninjured.

~nes soundness, wholeness.

Antecrīst (Ante-crīst) Antichrist [].

antefn, antifen anthem [ antiphona].

~ere book of anthems.

antimber (an-timber) material; reason, pretext.

antre radish.

anþrācian (an-þrācian), andþ-, onþ-, aþ- , fear þæt sceolde.

anþrǣce (an-þrǣce) dreadful, repulsive.

anung ān.

anweald (an-weald), and-, o- authority, rule, prestige ; jurisdiction, territory.

~a, onwalda ruler, sovereign ; the Lord. = ān- ?

anweald (an-weald), an- powerful, sole-ruling (?).

~ig [ān- ?] powerful.

anwealg (an-wealg), onwealh unimpaired, uninjured, safe.

~līce wholly.

~nes wholeness, soundness, chastity.

anwīggearo (anwīg-gearo) † [ = and-] ready for war.

anwille (an-wille)*, on- desired.

anwlōh (an-wlōh) adorned (?).

apa ape.

āpǣcan (ā·pǣcan) seduce (retainer from his allegiance).

āparian (ā·parian) take in the act (hine þǣræt).

āpinsian (ā·pins|ian) estimate ; consider, ponder [ pensare].

~ung weighing Gl.

āplantian (ā·plantian) plant.

āplatod (ā·platod) plated (?) Gl.

apostata apostate [].

apostol, postol apostle [].

apostolhād (apostol|hād) apostolate.

~lic, ~lic apostolic.

appel = æppel.

Aprelis April [].

āpriccan (ā·priccan) prick, make (dot).

aprotane wormwood [ abrotonum].

apulder, apuldre apple-tree [æppel].

~rind bark of apple-tree.

~tūn orchard.

apytan = āptȳan.

ār messenger (angel, apostle), herald; servant, soldier [ǣrende].

ār honour, dignity ; reverence, respect ; property, revenue, estate, benefice; prosperity; benefit, help; kindness; mercy.

~cræftig pious distinguished (?).

~dæ̂de merciful, charitable.

~dagas feast-days.

~fæst distinguished; virtuous; pious, dutiful ; merciful, kind, gracious.

~fæstlīce piously ; kindly.

~fæstnes piety; virtue ; kindness.

~full venerable ; merciful, kind.

~fullīce kindly, mercifully.

~giėfa beneficent one.

~hwæt † eager for glory.

~lēas impious, wicked ; merciless, cruel.

~lēaslīce wickedly, impiously ; cruelly.

~lēasnes wickedness, impiety.

~lēast wickedness, wicked deed ; cruelty.

~lic honourable, distinguished ; honest ; befitting ; pleasant ; merciful, kind.

~līce honourably; kindly, mercifully.

~scamu shame, modesty.

~stafas kindness, help.

~þegn servant.

~wierþe, -eorþ, -urþ, -yrþ venerable, distinguished.

~weorþfull honourable.

~weorþian, u, y honour, reverence, worship.

~weorþlic, u, y venerable.

~weorþlīce, u, y honourably ; kindly.

~weorþnes, u, y honour, dignity.

~weorþung, u honour.

~wesa respected.

ār oar.

~blæd blade of oar.

~bland, ~gebland sea.

~loc rowlock.

~wela sea.

~wiþþe oar-withe, rowlock.

~ȳþ wave.

ār, ǣr brass, copper, grēne ~ orichalcum.

~fæt brass vessel.

~gēotere brass-founder.

~glæd*, ǣr- † brass-bright.

~sāpe verdigris.

~gescōd, ǣr- † brass-shod.

~smiþ brass-smith.

~sweorf, ~gesweorf brass filings.

ār = ǣr early.

arian (ar|ian) honour, treat with respect ; endow | care for (the poor), be kind ; be merciful, spare (life), pardon.

~igend benefactor.

~ing, ~ung honour; pardon.

ārǣcan (ā·rǣcan) get at, attain : hand, give.

ārǣd (ā·rǣd) † (?) wise (?) ; resolute, inexorable (?).

ārædan (ā·ræd|an) I decree, settle, arrange, appoint, prepare ; prophesy; solve (riddle) ; expound, explain ; utter ; read (to oneself or aloud).

~nes, ared- agreement, condition.

āræfnan (ā·ræfn|an), -ian carry out, accomplish ; endure (patiently) ; suffer; ponder, consider.

~endlic, ~iendlic endurable.

āræfsan (ā·ræfsan), aræpsan, e intercept.

ārǣman (ā·rǣman) elevate — elevate, improve oneself || rise.

ārǣran (ā·rǣr|an) lift up, raise ; raise (to life) : set up (cross), build ; establish, create, disseminate ; up~ bring up, educate.

~nes raising, exaltation (in power).

ārǣsan (ā·rǣsan) rush.

ārāfian (ā·rāfian) unravel, unwind (ball of thread).

ārāsian (ā·rās|ian), -acsian explore ; detect, take in the act of; reprove, correct (faults). ~od trained, skilled.

arblast crossbow [ arbaleste].

arc = earc.

ardlic = ārodlic.

ārēafian (ā·rēafian) † separate (?).

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āręccan (ā·ręccan) stretch out, raise up — āreahtum eagum with astonished eyes | explain, expound ; translate ; relate, tell, speak.

ārēcelēasian (ā·rēcelēasian) be negligent.

āredian (ā·redian) prepare, provide ; carry out, perform ; contrive, manage | find (right time for) ; find, find the way : ūt ~ find the way out, oferdruncen mann ne mæg to his hūse ~, þone weg ~, þā ceastre ~ reach | find out, understand.

arednes = ārǣdnes.

ārēodian (ā·rēodian) redden, blush.

ārētan (ā·rētan) cheer.

Arianisc Arian [].

ārīdan (ā·rīdan) 6 ride (out).

ārīepan (ā·rīepan)*, y strip off.

ariht = on riht rightly.

ārīman (ā·rīman) count ; enumerate, relate.

ārīsan (ā·rīsan) 6 stand up, get up (from bed), rise ; be forthcoming ( money) ; arise, happen ( temptation) ; originate.

armelu wild rue [ harmala].

arn iernan.

arod () arum.

ārod energetic | brisk ; quick.

~lic quick.

~līce, ārd- vigorously ; quickly.

~nes boldness.

~scipe boldness, energy.

aron are, wesan.

arunnen = āurnen āiernan.

arwe, arewe arrow.

āryddan (ā·ryddan), -dran, -tran strip, plunder.

āsǣlan (ā·sǣlan) bind.

āsānian (ā·sānian) become languid, weak ( love) [sǣne].

āsawan (ā·sawan) I sow.

āscian (āsc|ian), ācs-, āx-, āhs- try for, demand ; question, ask æfter, hwȳ ; call to account ; experience (calamity).

~iendlic interrogative (in grammar).

~ung interrogation.

āscian (āsc|ian) geāscian learn by inquiry, be told, hear of æt, , ~ode þis þus gedōn | discover.

~ung inquiry.

āscacan (ā·scacan) 2 shake off of; shake, brandish || flee, desert.

āscafan (ā·scafan) 2 shave.

āscalian (ā·scalian) peel off (bark).

āscamian (ā·scam|ian) be ashamed.

~elic shameful.

asce, axe, æ- -an ash, ashes.

~swāp, ~geswāp cinders.

āscēadan (ā·scēadan), -scādan I b fram of, separate, exclude ; distinguish ; purify.

āsęltan (ā·sęltan) separate, dissolve (?).

āscēotan (ā·scēotan) 7 shoot (arrow) ; lance (swelling) || dart out, fall.

āscięlian (ā·scięlian)*, i shell, peel [scalu].

āscięppan (ā·scięppan) 2 appoint, give, ~ him naman.

āscięrian (ā·scięr|ian)*, i, y fram separate ; deprive, purify ; destine, appoint.

~igendlic disjunctive (in grammar).

āscięrpan (ā·scięrpan) sharpen (eyesight).

āscīmian (ā·scīmian) shine.

āscīnan (ā·scīnan) 6 shine (forth); be evident, clear.

āscīran (ā·scīran)*, y make clear, transparent.

āscortian (ā·scortian) run short, fail ; seem short or elapse ( time).

āscrēadian (ā·scrēadian) prune, lop.

āscręncan (ā·scręncan) trip up, make to fall.

āscrepan (ā·screpan) 5 scrape.

āscrincan (ā·scrincan) 3 shrink up.

āscrūtnian (ā·scrūtnian) investigate.

āscūfan (ā·scūfan), -scēofan 7 push (away), expel.

ascunian = on-.

āscylfan (ā·scylfan) destroy Gl.

āscyndan (ā·scyndan) take away, deprive.

āsēarian (ā·sēarian) dry up

āsēcan (ā·sēcan) seek out, select ; penetrate, pervade ; ~ hine līfes aim at his life.

āsęcgan (ā·sęcg|an) say fully, express, tell, say.

~endlic utterable.

āsēdan (ā·sēdan)*, oe satiate [sæd].

āsegnian (ā·segnian)*, āsēngan show.

āsęllan (ā·sęllan) give up ; expel.

āsęncan (ā·sęncan) sink.

āsęndan (ā·sęndan) send forth, emit ; send.

āsēon (ā·sēon) 5 see. gesēon.

āsēon (ā·sēon) 7 strain (through sieve).

āseolcan (ā·seolcan) 3 become languid, āsolcen slothful, remiss.

āseonod (ā·seonod) 'unsinewed,' relaxed Gl. [seono].

āseopan (ā·seopan) 7 boil; smelt (metals), purify by smelting — āsoden gold pure gold ; try (by aflliction), chasten.

āsęttan (ā·sętt|an) place, put — hī ~on hī (rfl.) ofer () crossed (the Channel); build ; plant ; appoint ; ~ sīþ make a journey.

~nes (?) law = gesętnes.

āsēþan (ā·sēþan) affirm, confirm (statement) [sōþ].

āsīcan (ā·sīcan) sigh.

āsiftan (ā·siftan) sift.

āsīgan (ā·sīgan) 6 sink down, fall down ; be neglected.

āsincan (ā·sincan) 3 sink down, fall to pieces.

āsingan (ā·singan) 3 sing, deliver (speech).

āsittan (ā·sittan) 5 settle ; run aground ( ship) | expect, be apprehensive of || ūt ~ starve out (garrison).

āsīwan (ā·sīwan), ēo sew.

āslacian (ā·slac|ian) become slack, become weak ; decline, diminish.

~igendlic remissive (adverb).

āslæccan (ā·slæccan) loosen Gl. [slæc].

aslæpan = onslæ̂pan.

āslǣwan (ā·slǣwan) blunt, make dull [slāw].

āslāwian (ā·slāwian) become dull, slothful.

āslēan (ā·slēan) 2 strike, cut — of ~ cut off (head) ; beat out (metal) ; geteld ~ put up tent.

āslīdan (ā·slīdan) 6 slip ( foot) ; fall.

āslītan (ā·slītan) 6 tear off ; tear to pieces ; destroy.

āslūpan (ā·slūpan) 7 slip away ; disappear ( sorrow).

āsmēan, āsmēagan (ā·smēa(ga)n) scrutinize, investigate ; conceive, realize ; consider, reflect on ; treat of (in writing) settle (plan).

āsmēagung investigation.

āsmiþian (ā·smiþian) forge, make (metal objects).

āsmorian (ā·smorian) suffocate, kill by suffocating, choke (growth of plants).

āsmūgan (ā·smūgan) 7 investigate, consider.

āsnǣsan (ā·snǣsan), ā transfix, spit, stake oneself.

āsnīþan (ā·snīþan) 6 cut off, cut (corn).

āsolian (ā·solian) become dirty.

āsolcennes (ā·solcennes) torpor, sloth [āseolcan].

āspanan (ā·spanan) 2 allure, entice; introduce in an underhand way : induce.

āspēdan (ā·spēdan) make prosperous.

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āspelian (ā·spelian) be deputy for, represent

āspendan (ā·spendan) spend ~ þearfum give to the poor ; squander [ expendere].

aspide viper, serpent [ aspidem].

āspinnan (ā·spinnan) 3 spin.

āspīwan (ā·spīwan), ȳ 6 vomit up.

āsprecan (ā·sprecan) 4 speak fully, speak.

āspręngan (ā·spręngan) send flying, fling out.

āsprindlian (ā·sprindlian) rip up.

āspringan (ā·spring|an), -incan 3 spring up, rise ; flow ; spread ( fame, heresy, &c.) ; originate, be descended (from) ; come into being, appear, rise ; fail, decline, cease.

~ung failing, being wanting.

āsprungennes (ā·sprungennes) failing, decline, exhaustion, eclipse.

āsprūtan (ā·sprūtan) 7 sprout out.

āspryttan (ā·spryttan) cause to grow, produce ( the earth).

āspylian (ā·spylian) wash oneself swillan.

āspyrian (ā·spyr|ian) follow tracks of, trace (lost cattle ) ; investigate ; discover.

~igend investigator.

ass|a donkey.

~mięre donkey mare.

asse, assen she-donkey.

āst kiln.

āstǣnan (ā·stǣnan) adorn with gems.

āstandan (ā·stand|an) 2 stand up, rise ūp ; stand firm, persist, endure.

~nes, ~ennes existence, entity, substance ; perseverance.

āstęllan (ā·stęllan) set, put; establish, create ; institute, set on foot, set (example); undertake, begin, undergo.

āstemnian (ā·stemnian) found, build.

āstęmpan (ā·stęmpan) stamp (metal).

āsteorfan (ā·steorfan) 3 die. āstorfen (flesh) of animal having died a natural death. | flesh of such an animal.

asterion pellitory [].

āstiepan (ā·stiep|an), ēo (ēa) bereave — ~ed having lost parents or child ; deprive.

~nes privation.

āstięrfan (ā·stięrfan)*, y kill [steorfan].

āstierred (ā·stierred)*, y starred [steorra].

āstīfian (ā·stīfian) become stiff.

āstīgan (ā·stīgan) 6 ascend on ~ on scip go on board ; descend ; go, pass — niþer ~ descend.

āstīgend (ā·stīgend) rider.

āstignes, āstigennes (ā·stig(en)nes) ascent.

āstihtan (ā·stiht|an) decree.

~ing doctrine.

āstingan (ā·stingan) 3 pierce out, put out (eyes) ūt || ~ on lay claim to, usurp (estate).

āstīþian (ā·stīþian) become strong, grow up ; dry up

astorfen , āsteorfan.

āstręccan (ā·stręccan) stretch out, extend — fēoll āstreaht fell flat, at full length ; prostrate oneself || be erect, haughty.

āstręgdan (ā·stręgdan) scatter ; sprinkle.

āstręngan (ā·stręng|an) — ptc-. ~d malleable Gl.

āstrīenan (ā·strīenan), ēo beget.

āstrowennes (ā·strowennes) being extended, length Gl. stręwian.

āstundian (ā·stundian) be responsible for, take upon oneself.

āstȳfician (ā·stȳfician), ī extirpate.

āstyltan (ā·styltan) be astonished.

āstyntan (ā·styntan) make dull, stupid ; confute [stunt].

āstyrian (ā·styr|ian) agitate, raise (doubt) ; move — ~ fram remove. ~ed agitated (in mind) ; irritated, . angry.

~iend stirrer, ventilater (!) Gl.

~iendlic movable.

~ung motion.

āsucan (ā·sucan), -ūgān 7 suck out, suck, drain.

āsundrian (ā·sundrian) = āsyndran.

āsūrian (ā·sūrian) become sour.

āswǣman (ā·swǣman) wander about, fram depart | suffer, grieve.

āswæ̂rnian (ā·swæ̂rn|ian), ā be confounded, ashamed.

~ung bashfulness, shame.

āswǣtan (ā·swǣtan) burst out in perspiration.

āswāmian (ā·swāmian) † cease (?).

āswāpan (ā·swāpan) I, -āpen, -ōpen sweep (away).

āswārcian (ā·swārcian) abash, confound.

aswarnian = āswæ̂rnian.

āsweartian (ā·sweartian) become black dim.

āswębban (ā·swębban), ptc -ęfed make to cease, lull (storm), destroy, annul ; kill.

āswęfecian (ā·swęfecian) root up, eradicate.

āswellan (ā·swellan) 3 swell.

āsweltan (ā·sweltan) 3 die.

āswęngan (ā·swęngan) shake off, cast off.

āsweorcan (ā·sweorcan) 3 become depressed ( the mind).

āsweorfan (ā·sweorfan) 3 file off, polish.

āswęrgian (ā·swęrgian) 2 swear.

āswīcan (ā·swīcan) 6 desert, betray ; offend, scandalizare.

āswician (ā·swician) offend, scandalizare.

āswīfan (ā·swīfan) 6 wander about, lose the way.

āswindan (ā·swindan) 3 languish away, become enervated — āswunden sluggish ; disappear, perish.

āswōgan (ā·swōg|an) I suffocate, choke — ~en overrun (with weeds).

āsworettan (ā·sworettan) sigh ; grieve

āswundennes (ā·swundennes) sluggishness [āswindan].

āsȳcan (ā·sȳcan)*, ī wean.

āsyndran (ā·syndran), -ian, -sundrian separate.

at- = æt-.

ātǣsan (ā·tǣsan) wound ; wear out, injure ; soothe [?].

āte (āt|e) ǣ-, ātan oats.

~lēag oat-field (?) Ct.

ategār = ætgār.

atelic = atollic.

ātęllan (ā·tęllan) reckon up, count ; enumerate, tell ; explain.

atęmian (a·tęmian) tame.

ātęndan (ā·tęnd|an) set on fire ; trouble, perplex (?).

~end incendiary.

~ing incitement.

ātēon (ā·tēon) 7 draw out away ; draw, drag, pull, take — ~ of extract, take out ; protract, continue; treat (well ill), behave to ; dispose of, do (as one likes) with || go, make expedition.

ātēorian (ā·tēor|ian) become tired, languish ; fail, cease; perish.

~igendlic perishable, fleeting (world).

~odnes cessation.

~ung failing; weariness.

āteran (ā·teran) 4 tear away, remove.

āteshwōn (ātes·hwōn) at all [āwiht].

ātīefran (ā·tīefran) depict, draw.

ātimbran, ātimbrian (ā·timbr(i)an) build.

atol, ~(l)ic, atelic I. terrible, dire, horrid, loathsome. II. what is terrible, terror.

~ian, ge~ian*, ge~hīwian disfigure.

~iende disfiguring.

~od, ge~od*, -atel- monstrous.

ātor, āttor, ǣ- poison, venom.

~bæ̂re, ~berende poisonous, venomous.

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~coppe spider.

~cræft art of poisoning.

~cynn (kind of) poison.

~drinca poisonous draught.

~lāþe cock's-spur grass.

~lic poisonous.

~scaþa venomous enemy, dragon.

~spere poisoned spear.

~tānpoison-twig = ~tēar* drop of poison (?).

ātrahtnian (ā·trahtnian) treat, discuss.

ātredan (ā·tredan) 4 ūt ~ extort from. = ātręddan ?

ātręddan (ā·tręddan) investigate, explore.

ātręndlian (ā·tręndlian) roll

atrum () ink [ atramentum].

ātȳdran (ā·tȳdran) bring forth (progeny, growth), produce.

ātyhtan (ā·tyht|an) incite, entice; stretch, extend, turn, direct — ēarum ~um with attentive ears.

ātȳnan (ā·tȳnan) — ūt ~ exclude. = ontȳan.

āþ oath.

~bryce perjury.

~fultum confirmers of an oath.

~gehāt promise on oath, oath.

~loga perjurer.

~stæf oath.

~swaru , -a oath.

~swęrung, ~swaring swearing an oath.

~swyrd, eo oath.

~wędd (?) promise on oath Gl.

~wierþe worthy of credit.

aþamans adamant [ adamantem].

āþęcgan † destroy, kill (?).

āþegen (ā·þegen) distended Gl.

āþęnian, āþęnnan (ā·þęn|ian) stretch out (hand), stretch (bow) — ~ed distended ; prostrate oneself ; concentrate (mind) on.

~enes, ~ednes extension.

āþęncan (ā·þęncan) devise, invent ; intend.

āþeostrian (ā·þeostr|ian), īe become dim, obscure ; be eclipsed ~od dim ( the eyes), eclipsed.

āþerscan (ā·þerscan)* 3 'thresh out' — āþroxen robbed.

āþexe lizard.

āþīedan (ā·þīedan), ēo separate.

āþierran (ā·þierran) wipe.

āþīetan (ā·þīetan) sound blow (horn) [þēotan].

āþindan (ā·þindan) 3 swell — āþunden swollen.

aþolware (aþol-ware) † citizens, eþel- ?

āþolian (ā·þolian) hold out, endure.

aþracian = onþrācian.

āþrǣstan (ā·þrǣstan) wrest out, deprive.

āþrawan (ā·þraw|an) I, -āwen, ō twist (out) ; flow : is mīn swāt ~en.

āþrēatian (ā·þrēatian) be irksome || dissuade from : him his yfel ~.

āþrēotan (ā·þrēotan) 7 hine āþīiett be weary, find irksome | hē wæs āþroten þæs.

āþrīetan (ā·þrīetan) weary, bore.

āþringan (ā·þringan) 3 force out ; — ūtāþrungen embossed || force one's way out, rush out.

āþrintan (ā·þrintan)* 3 swell — āþrunten swollen.

āþrotennes (ā·þrotennes) wearisomeness. [āþreotan].

aþrowen, āþrāwan.

aþroxen, āþerscan.

āþrutan (ā·þrut|an)* 7 swell — ~en swollen.

āþryn, āþryan (ā·þry(a)n) — āþrȳd robbed.

āþrysman, āþryseman, (ā·þrys(e)man), -ian stifle, suffocate.

āþum son-in-law; brother-in-law.

~swerian father- and son-in-law.

āþundennes (ā·þundennes) being swollen, swelling [āþindan].

āþwǣnan (ā·þwǣnan) soften.

āþwēan (ā·þwēan) 2 -wagen, æ, e wash, cleanse.

āþweran (ā·þweran) 4 churn (butter).

āþwītan (ā·þwītan) 6 disappoint, frustrari.

āþyn (ā·þyn) press — ūt ~ extract (oil) ; imprint.

āþȳtan (ā·þȳtan) expel Gl. — ūt ~*, aþytan pull out, put out (eyes).

āþȳwan (ā·þȳwan) push away, expel. = *aþīen.

āwa, ā.

āwacan (ā·wacan) 2 awake ; come into existence, arise, be born.

āwacian (ā·wacian) awake.

āwācian (ā·wācian) become weak ; become languid, relax efforts ; fall away from God).

āwǣcan (ā·wǣcan) weaken.

āwæcnian (ā·wæcnian), -ac(e)nian, -nan come to life ; come into being, appear ; be result of, arise from, be descended from.

āwǣgan (ā·wǣgan) make nugatory, annul, rebut (testimony) ; deceive.

āwǣlan (ā·wǣlan) roll, roll away ; afilict.

āwannian (ā·wannian) become pale.

āwascan (ā·wascan) I wash.

āweahtnes (ā·weahtnes), -weht- exciting [āwęccan].

āweallan (ā·weallan) I gush forth, issue ; have source, emanate.

āweardian (ā·weardian) defend.

āweaxan (ā·weaxan) I grow ; grow up ; come into being, arise.

awebb = ōwębb woof.

āwęccan (ā·węccan), āwrę- wake ; bring to life ; beget, suscitare ; incite, excite; cause.

āwęcgan (ā·węcgan) move away, move ; ~ fram, of dissuade.

āwēdan (ā·wēdan) go mad [wōd].

āwefan (ā·wefan) 5 weave.

aweg = on weg away.

āwegan (ā·wegan) 5 carry away ; carry off, carry ; weigh, weigh out.

āwel, owul, āl, ǣl awl, hook, fork.

āwęmman (ā·węmman), -æmmian pollute ; curtail, shorten.

āwęnian (ā·węnian), -ęnnan disaccustom, wean (child).

āwęndan (ā·węnd|an) turn away, turn ; turn upside down, ransack (house) | pervert ; alter, change ; ~ tō transform into, turn into; ~ of … on translate || turn ; go ; ~ fram secede, desert.

~edlic, ~endlic changeable.

~edlicnes, ~endlicnes mutability.

~ednes change.

~ing subversion.

āwēodian (ā·wēodian) extirpate.

āweorpan (ā·weorpan), u, y 3 throw ; throw out, throw away, throw down ; expel, degrade (from dignity, office); reject, divorce — āworpen wīf.

āweorþan (ā·weorþan) 3 perish, become worthless — āworden worthless (person).

āwęrian (ā·węrian) defend, protect — defend … against ; restrain, hinder.

āwęrian (ā·węrian) wear, wear out (clothes).

awesc = æ̂wisc.

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āwēst (ā·wēst) an lay waste, ravage, destroy.

~nes, ~ednes desolation.

~end devastator.

āwīdlian (ā·wīdlian) pollute, profane.

āwięlgan (ā·więlgan)*, prt. -wiligdon roll.

āwięllan (ā·więllan) (cause to gush forth) — † wynnum ~ed joyful ; boil

āwięltan (ā·więltan) roll

āwięrdan (ā·więrd|an) injure; corrupt, deprave ; destroy — āwærd worthless, contemptible [weorþan].

~nes injury, destruction.

āwięrgan (ā·więrg|an), -yrgian curse — ~ed (ac)cursed, execrable [wearg].

~edlic, ~endlic wicked.

~nes, ~ednes malediction.

āwiftan (ā·wiftan) — ūt~ exhale Gl.

āwiht (ā-wiht), āwuht, a(u)ht, ōwiht, , ǣniht I. anything, something, tō ahte at all. āhtes serviceable :þa scipu þe āhtes wǣron. II. āht of worth, good : hwæþer hē ~ sȳ oþþe nāht. III. at all, by any means.

āwildian (ā·wildian) become wild, fierce.

āwiligan = *āwielgan.

āwindan (ā·windan) 3 wind, plait ; turn off, slip ; become relaxed weak.

āwindwian (ā·windwian) winnow away, disperse (enemies).

āwinnan (ā·winnan) 3 strive ; overcome ; gain, acquire.

awisnian (a-wisnian) dry up

āwistlian (ā·wistlian) hiss, pipe ( weak voice).

āwlacian (ā·wlacian) be lukewarm .

āwlǣtan (ā·wlǣtan) make loathsome, deform, spoil.

awlancian (a-wlancian) become proud, exultare.

āwoffian (ā·woff|ian) be insolent; be mad — ~od insane.

āwogian (ā·wogian) woo.

awoh = on wōg.

āwordennes (ā·wordennes) worthlessness, degeneration [āweorþan].

āworpenlic (ā·worpen|lic) worthy of rejection or condemnation [āweorpan].

~nes rejection ; exposure (of children by parents).

āwrǣstan (ā·wrǣstan) wrest from, extort.

āwrecan (ā·wrecan) 5 drive away, drive | strike, pierce | avenge ; punish | recite, relate.

āwreccan = āweccan awake.

āwręþian (ā·wręþian) prop, support ; sustain, help.

āwrīdian (ā·wrīdian) grow, be descended.

awrigennes = onwrigennes.

āwringan (ā·wringan) 3 squeeze out.

āwrītan (ā·wrītan) 6 write; depict, draw, carve ; compose, write, describe.

āwrīþan (ā·wrīþan) 6 twist ; bind, bandage (wound).

awriþan = on·wriþan unbind.

awþer = āhwæþer.

āwunian (ā·wunian) remain (in place) ; continue (in time).

āwundrian (ā·wundrian) make to seem wonderful.

āwyrcan (ā·wyrcan) do.

āwyrdla = æ̂- injury.

āwyrgan (ā·wyrgan) strangle, kill.

āwyrtwalian (ā·wyrtwalian) root up ; extirpate.

āytan (ā·ytan) drive out, expel.

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B

, bēgen.

bacan 2 bake.·

gebacu, bacu*, -bæcu . back parts.

bād pledge, thing distrained ; impost | expectation [bīdan].

~ian take a pledge .

bæc back. clǣne ~ habban be free from deceit, on ~, ofer ~,under ~ back(wards), behind.

~bord left side of ship, port.

~lingon b. back, behind.

~slitol slandering.

~þearm rectum ; ~as bowels.

bæc (?) brook. bęce.

bæc-, bacan.

~ere baker.

~ern, ~hūs bake-house.

gebæc, bæc baking, what is baked.

bæcering () gridiron.

bæcestre, -istre, y . baker (male or female).

bæd prt. biddan.

bǣdan (bǣd|an) compel; urge on, incite; solicit, require ; afflict, oppress.

~end impeller.

bǣddel hermaphrodite.

bǣdeweg (bǣde-weg), beadowig cup.

bǣdling sodomite, effeminate one.

bædzere = bæzere.

bæfta back [bæftan].

bæftan, beæ- , behind : hī ætsǣton ~ remained at home (instead of serving in the militia) ; after(wards) : hēr-.

~sittende slothful.

bæ̂l funeral pile ; fire, blaze.

bæ̂lblæse (bæ̂l|blæse), ~blys(e) blaze of fire.

~egsa † in. terror of fire.

~fȳr funeral fire.

~stęde place of a funeral pile.

~þracu strength of fire.

~więlm intensity of fire.

~wudu wood of a funeral pile.

bælc covering (?).

bælc † () pride.

bælcan † vociferate.

bælignes = *bęlignes.

bǣm bēgen.

bæ̂r bare, naked.

~fōt, ~efōt bare-footed.

~līce evidently.

~synnig, bearswinig notoriously sinful .

bæ̂r bier ; litter [beran].

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bæ̂rmann (bæ̂r-mann) tearer; porter.

bærdisc (bær-disc) tray = ber- (?).

bærn = bęrn barn.

bærnan (bærn|an) burn; light (fire, lamp) [biernan].

~elāc burnt offering.

~ing burning .

~es, ~nes burning.

bærnet, bærnett, -yt burning ; arson.

bærs, bears perch (a fish).

bærst prt. of berstan.

bærstlian = brastlian.

gebæ̂ru, bæ̂ru ((ge)bæ̂r|u) behaviour, manner, customs ; gesture ; cries [beran].

~an behave.

~nes behaviour.

bærwe = bearwe wheelbarrow.

bæst () bast (pinner bark of the lime).

~en of bast.

bæstere = bæzere.

bǣtan (bǣt|an) furnish with bit, bridle; coerce, restrain | hunt, bait, worry [bītan].

~ing cable (of ship).

gebǣtu, bǣtu (gebǣt|u) , ~el bit, bridle, trappings of horse.

~an furnish with bit, bridle, curb.

bæþ bath.

~fæt bath.

~hūs bath-house.

~stęde , ~stōw bath-place.

~weg sea.

bæzere, bædzere, bæþcere, bæstere baptist [ baptista, ].

balanīþ (bala-nīþ) = bealo-.

balc (?) ridge between two furrows.

balca heap.

balsminte (bals-minte) spear-mint.

balsam balsam, balm. ~es tēar juice of balsam [].

bām bēgen.

bān bone (ivory, whalebone); leg .

~beorge , -an , ~gebeorg (?) greaves.

~gebrec , ~bryce bone-fracture.

~cofa body.

~fæt body.

~fāg † adorned with bone ? (hall).

~hring vertebra.

~hūs body.

~lēas boneless.

~loca body.

~rift greaves.

~sęle body.

~wærc pain in the bones.

~wyrt violet (?).

banhelm (ban-helm) † helmet.

bana (ban|a) slayer, murderer.

~gār deadly spear.

~snaca venomous snake.

gebann, bann summons, proclamation, command ; the indiction (cycle of fifteen years).

~gēar year of indiction.

bannan (bann|an) I a, b summon — ~ ūt call out (militia) ; proclaim, command.

~end summoner Gl.

bannuc cake of bread, scone.

~camb wool-comb Gl.

bār wild boar.

~spere , ~sprēot boar-spear, hunting-spear.

barian make bare, uncover ; depopulate [bær].

barda beaked ship.

barþ () light ship.

basing cloak, mantle.

bāsnian (bāsn|ian) expect, await [bīdan].

~ung expectation.

baso, ea, baswe, purple, crimson, se baswa stan topaz.

~hǣwen purple.

~rēadian*, beso- make reddish-purple, colour purple.

bastard bastard []

baswian stain purple or red (with blood) [baso].

bāt boat.

~swegen boatman []

~weard boat-guarder.

batian (bat|ian) be in good condition health, grow fat : wæs ge~ad healed ( wound).

batt club, stick.

batwa, bēgan.

baþian bathe, , , ; provide (poor men) with baths [bæþ].

be, bi ; bī(g) . I. by (), along, in | be him lifgendum during his lifetime || , by : gehæfted be þām healse | : be hrēowsunge dǣdbētende, be his hǣse, be hlafe libban | according to : ǣghwilc gilt be his gebyrdum | : be fullan fully | concerning : be manna cræftum () | about : cweþan be, āwrītan bōc be, āxian hine be, him bebēad be þē. II. be norþan, be sūþan, &c. north of, &c. III. be-þǣm-þe. in proportion to, as much as.

bēacn, bēacen sign, token, beacon ; standard, banner.

~fȳr beacon-fire, light-house.

~stān beacon-fire rock, farus.

gebēacn, bēacn sign.

beacnian = bīecn(i)an.

beado †, bead(u)we, battle, war.

~cāf prompt in battle, warlike.

~cræft skill in war.

~cræftig skilful in war.

~cwealm violent death.

~folm war-hand.

~grīma helmet.

~grimm fierce in war.

~hrægl coat of mail.

~lāc battle.

~lēoma sword.

~mægen battle-strength.

~mēce battle-sword.

~rǣ onset.

~rinc warrior.

~rōf warlike.

~rūn theme of quarrel.

~scearp sharp in battle ( sword).

~scrūd coat of mail.

~searo armour.

~sięrce coat of mail.

~þrēat army.

~wæ̂pen war-weapon.

~wang field of battle.

~weorc war-work.

~wig = bædeweg.

beæftan = bæftan.

beǣwnian (be·ǣwnian) join in marriage.

beaftan lament .

bēag ring (of gold), bracelet, torque, crown [būgan].

~giėfa giver of rings, patron.

~giefu ring-giving, liberality.

~hord treasure.

~hroden † adorned with rings, &c. [hrēodan].

~sæl, ~sęle hall in which gold is distributed.

~þegu receiving of rings.

~wriþa bracelet, &c.

bēagian crown.

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bealcan, bealcettan, i, y belch forth, utter.

bealcett () belching.

beald, . balþ self-confident, bold.

~e, ~līce, . ballīce boldly.

~ian be bold.

~wyrde bold of speech.

bealdor prince, king.

beallucas testicles.

bealo beal(o)wes I. evil, calamity, injury, wickedness. II. evil, dire, pernicious, wicked.

~bęnd. () severe bond, chain.

~bęnn severe wound.

~blanden pernicious.

~clamm dire bond.

~cræft evil art, magic.

~cwealm violent death.

~dæ̂d crime.

~full evil, wicked.

~fūs prone to evil.

~hycgende, ~hygdig, ~hȳdig meditating evil, hostile.

~inwit malice.

~lēas innocent.

~niþ pernicious malice, vice, wickedness.

~rāp dire rope, bond.

~searo dire machination.

~sīþ fatal journey, misfortune.

~sorg dire sorrow.

~spell dire tidings.

~þanc evil thought.

bēam. tree ; the Cross ; pillar (of fire) ; beam ; † ship.

~sceadu shadow of a tree.

~tęlg 'wood-dye,' (carbon) ink.

bēan bean.

~bęlg, -codd bean-pod.

~cynn species of bean.

~scalu bean-pod.

bēanen of beans.

bearce*, æ barking [beorcan].

beard beard, .

~lēas beardless.

bearg pig.

bearhtm, eo, y, e; . æ; breaht(u)m, glance (of the eye) — ēagena ~ the evil eye [beorht].

~e instantly [ bearhtm].

~hwæt swift as a glance of the eye.

~hwīl moment, instant — āne ~e suddenly.

bearhtm = breahtm noise.

bearm. bosom, lap ; middle, inside ; † possession.

~clāþ ~hrægl apron.

bearmteag (bearm-teag), beo-.

bearn child.

~byrda, ~gebyrda child-bearing.

~ēacen, ~ēaca (?), ~ēacniend pregnant.

~lēas childless.

~līest, ~lēast childlessness.

~lufe adoption.

~myrþre infanticide.

~strēon, ~gestrēon begetting children.

~tēam begetting children.

bearn beiernan.

bearo, bear(o)wes, grove, wood.

~næss woody tract, grove.

bears = bærs.

bearwe, æ, e, -uwe, -ewe basket, wheelbarrow.

beāscian (be·āscian) question ; request ( ?).

gebēat, bēat beating.

bēatan (bēat|an) I beat ; clash together ; tramp, tread on.

~ere pugilist Gl.

bēaw () gadfly.

bebaþian (be·baþian) bathe, wash.

bebēodan (be·bēod|an) 7 offer; commit, entrust ; command, ask ; announce.

~end master, praeceptor.

~endlic imperative (mood).

bebeorgan (be·beorgan) 3 ward off from oneself, avoid.

beberan (be·beran) 4 supply, provide with.

bebindan (be·bindan) 3 bind.

bebod (be·bod) command, mandate, (moral) precept.

~dæg appointed day.

bebrǣdan (be·brǣdan) mid spread, cover.

bebrecan (be·brecan) 4 deprive of by breaking ; consume.

bebregdan (be·bregdan) pretend, simulate.

bebrūcan (be·brūcan) 7 practise (virtue).

bebūgan (be·būgan) 7 encompass, surround ; avoid, escape || extend geond.

bebycgan (be·bycgan) sell : on gold ~ sell for gold.

bebyrigan (be·byrig|an), -rgan bury.

~nes, ~ednes burying, burial.

bēc bōc.

bēcan, ge- assign by charter [bōc].

becæfed (be·cæfed)*, e adorned.

bęcca pickaxe, mattock.

bęce brook.

bēce (bēc|e), oe beech-tree [bōc].

~en of beech.

becēapian (be·cēapian) sell : ~ wiþ fēo.

becefed = becæfed.

beceorfan (be·ceorfan) 3 cut off : hine hēafde ~.

beceorian (be·ceorian) complain of, lament.

becēowan (be·cēowan) 7 gnaw (through).

becīepan (be·cīepan) sell [becēapian].

becięrran (be·cięrran) turn, make to revolve ; give the slip to, avoid ; betray.

beclǣman (be·clǣman) glue together.

beclęmman (be·clęmman) † fetter, enclose.

beclingan (be·clingan) 3 enclose, bind.

beclipian (be·clipian), eo summon, sue at law.

beclyppan (be·clyppan) embrace, encompass.

beclȳsan (be·clȳs|an) enclose, shut up, close [clūse].

~ing cell; period, syllogism.

becnāwan (be·cnāwan) I know.

becnyttan (be·cnyttan) tie up.

becrēopan (be·crēopan) 7 creep — wæs becropen lay hid, was kept concealed.

becuman (be·cuman) 4 come ; meet with, fall among; happen — ~ him tō ēadignesse make him happy.

becweþan (be·cweþan) 5 say ; reproach ; bequeath .

becwiddian (be·cwiddian) deposit Gl.

becyme (be·cyme) (!) event Bd.

bed = gebed : ~dagas, ~hūs, ~rǣden.

~rīp, bider- compulsory reaping [ bēnrīp].

gebed, bed prayer ; religious ordinance ceremony.

~dagas prayer-days.

~giht evening Gl.

~hūs oratory, chapel, temple.

~mann worshipper, priest.

~rǣden prayer.

~stow place of prayer, oratory.

gebedian, bedian pray, worship.

bedǣlan (be·dǣlan) deprive , .

będd bed ; (garden) bed, plot.

~bolster bolster.

~būr bedchamber.

~clēofa, -clȳfa ; ~cofa bedroom.

~clāþ bed-covering, bedclothes.

~felt blanket, sheet.

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~māna, ~gemāna cohabitation.

~rēaf bed-clothes.

~reda, i, y one bed-ridden ; also .

~ręst bed.

~rid, ~gerid (ants') nest (?).

~þegn chamberlain.

~tīd bed-time.

~wāgrift bed-curtain.

będdian (będd|ian) make a bed : ~ him for him.

~ing bedding, bed-clothes; bed.

gebędda, będa (gebęd|da) consort, wife.

~clēofa*, ȳ lair, den.

~scipe cohabitation, marriage.

bedecian beg [gebed(ian)].

bedelfan (be·delf|an) 3 dig round; bury.

~ing digging round.

beden biddan.

bedician (be·dician) fortify with mound.

bedīeglan, bedīeglian (be·dīegl(i)an), -dēaglian hide, conceal, keep secret.

bedīepan (be·dīepan)*, ē, ȳ dip. bedyppan.

bedięrnan (be·dięrnan) conceal .

bedōn (be·dōn) shut, close (door).

bedol suppliant.

bedrēosan (be·drēosan) † 7 — bedroren wearþ wæs was deprived of ; came into the power of.

bedrīfan (be·drīfan) 6 drive ; assail, beat, cover : stēame bedrifen.

bedrincan (be·drincan) 3 drink in, absorb.

bedrōg (be·drōg) † beguiled [ *bedrēag].

bedu request [biddan].

bedūfan (be·dūfan) 7 be submerged — bedofen drowned.

bedydrian (be·dydrian) deceive ; conceal (from) wiþ a.

bedyppan (be·dyppan) dip [ bedīepan].

beebbian (be·ebb|ian) : ~od wæs was left aground by the tide going out ( ship).

befæstan (be·fæstan) fasten, fix ; establish ; make safe; apply, utilize; entrust, commit .

befæþman (be·fæþman) embrace, encircle.

befaran (be·faran) 2 traverse ; attack ; ūtan ~ surround (army), blockade || proceed, go.

befealdan (be·fealdan) I fold ; fold round, cover ; surround.

befealh befēolan.

befeallan (be·feall|an) I fall ; ~ on incur (death, guilt), fall into (habit) | ~en deprived (of).

befēgan (be·fēgan) join on .

befeohtan (be·feohtan) 3 deprive of by fighting : fēore befohten dead.

befēolan (be·fēolan) 3, -fealh, -fōlen put away (under the earth) ; impose, grant, consign : him wæs Hālig Gāst befōlen, hē hine rōde befealh crucified him || apply oneself (to prayer, learning), importune (a person) ; on fall into (a certain state) : ~ on slǣpe.

befēran (be·fēran) traverse, encompass.

befician (be·fician) deceive.

befięllan (be·fięll|an) knock down, fell, throw down | ~ed deprived

beflēan (be·flēan) 2 flay, take off skin : take off bark — beflagen flæsc viscera.

beflēon (be·flēon) 7 flee from, escape fram.

beflēogan (be·flēogan) 7 fly.

beflōwan (be·flōwan) I flow over, flood.

befōn (be·fōn) I b grasp, seize ; take possession of; take (in the act), detect (in a crime) ; entrap | surround, encompass, encircle ; contain, hold a quantity.

befōlen befēolan.

beforan (be·foran) I. in the presence of | in the name of : ic þē bebeode ~ Gode | before . II. before, in front ; above (in book) ; þæs cynn is ~ āwriten ; beforehand, ready ; openly, publicly.

beforhtian (be·forhtian) dread.

befōtian (be·fōtian) deprive of feet.

befrēon, befrēogan (be·frēo(ga)n) free.

befrignan (be·frign|an), -frīnan 3 question; ask for, request .

~ung inquiry, investigation.

befullan (be·fullan) completely [be, full].

befȳlan (be·fȳlan) defile.

befylgan (be·fylgan) follow, pursue.

befyllan (be·fyllan) fill.

bēg* pl. ~er berry.

~bēam*, beig- bramble.

bēga bēgen.

begān (be·gān), -gangan go over, traverse ; occupy, possess (country) , surround — ūtan ~ besiege ; cultivate (land), take care of; honour, worship; perform, practise, do.

~nes calends (!) Gl.

begalan (be·galan) 2 sing incantations over, bewitch.

begang, bīgęng (be·gang, bī-gęng) circuit; tract, space | observance, practice, business ; service, worship.

beganga = bīgenga.

begeat (be·geat) gains, property.

bēgen, ē †, oe , bātwā, bū(tu) both.

begenga = bīgęnga.

begēomerian (be·gēomerian) lament.

begeondan (be·geondan) beyond.

begēotan (be·gēotan) 7 pour over, cover (with fluid): mid blōde begoten; pour.

bēger *bēg berry.

begiėllan (be·giėllan) † 3 scream around sing about (?).

begīeman (be·gīem|an) take care of, attend to.

~en attention, looking out for.

~ung taking care.

begiėtan (be·giėtan) 5 get, obtain, attain, conquer, acquire (wealth) ; find ; happen to, come upon ( danger, evil, &c.) ; beget conceive (child).

begīnan (be·gīnan) 6 gape at .

beginnan (be·ginnan) 3 begin.

begleddian (be·gleddian) stain (with blood).

beglīdan (be·glīdan) 6 depart from .

begnagan (be·gnagan) 2 gnaw.

begnornian (be·gnornian) lament. begrornian.

bēgra g. of. bēgen.

begrafan (be·grafan) 2 bury.

begrētan (be·grētan) † lament.

begrinian (be·grinian), y ensnare.

begrindan (be·grindan) 3 polish ; † deprive .

begroren sūsle ~ overwhelmed (?).

begrornian (be·grornian) lament. begnornian.

begyldan (be·gyldan) gild.

begyrdan (be·gyrdan) gird ; clothe ; surround.

behabban (be·habban) surround; comprehend ; detain.

behǣs (be·hǣs) () vow hǣsbehāt.

behættian (be·hættian) scalp (as punishment).

behamelian (be·hamelian) strip naked (?).

behammen (be·hammen) ( shoe).

behāt (be·hāt) promise ; vow.

behātan (be·hātan) I promise ; vow ; threaten with.

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behāwian (be·hāwian) look carefully, take care.

behēafdian (be·hēafd|ian) behead.

~ung beheading.

behēafodlic (be·hēafodlic) capital (punishment) Gl. [be, hēafod].

behealdan (be·heald|an) I hold, keep; guard; possess, have ; act, behave ; | look at, observe ; consider, reflect on ; pay regard to, observe, keep (laws) — . be careful ; practise, perform | signify, mean ; be of importance, avail.

~en cautious; assiduous (in) .

~nes regard.

behēawan (be·hēawan) I hew, cut into shape (timber) ; bruise, beat ; cut off (head), deprive of: ~ hine hēafde, fēore.

behēfe (be·hēf|e), oe, ~(e)lic suitable ; necessary [behōfian].

~nes utility.

behelan (be·helan) 4 cover over, conceal.

behęlian (be·hęlian) cover over, conceal.

behelmian (be·helmian) cover over, shroud (with darkness), conceal.

behēofian (be·hēofian) lament, mourn for.

beheonan (be·heonan), -hinon , on this side of (river, sea). giet ~ citerius Gl.

behīepan (be·hīepan) surround (with heaps).

behindan (be·hindan) behind.

behinon = beheonan.

behlǣnan (be·hlǣnan) surround anything by leaning other things against it : ~ fæt holte, surround.

behlēapan (be·hlēap|an) I leap; his mōd biþ ~en on … his mind is fixed on.

behlęmman (be·hlęmman) dash together, close (jaws).

behlīdan (be·hlīdan) 6 cover up, close , .

behlięhhan (be·hlięhhan) 2 deride.

behlīeþan (be·hlīeþan)*, ȳ deprive, strip.

behlīgan (be·hlīgan), (hē) behlīþ, defame : ~ hīe wammum.

behōn (be·hōn) I b behang, hang round with, behangen mid.

behofian (be·hof|ian) need, require .

~lic necessary.

behogian (be·hog|ian) take care of.

~odlīce carefully.

~odnes exercising, practising Gl.

behorsian (be·horsian) — hīe wurdon ~ode were deprived of their horses.

behrēosan (be·hrēosan) 7 fall | behroren covered ; deprived of.

behrēowsian (be·hrēows|ian) repent ; atone.

~ung repentance.

behrīman (be·hrīman) cover with hoar-frost.

behringan (be·hringan) encircle, surround.

behrōpan (be·hrōpan) I importune.

behrūmian (be·hrūmian) besmirch.

behrūmig (be·hrūmig) besmirched, sooty.

bēhte bēcan.

bēhþ sign.

behweorf (be·hweorf) (!) exchange.

behweorfan (be·hweorfan) 3 turn ; spread out | arrange, put in order (house) tend, prepare (corpse for burial) | change ; exchange for .

behwięlfan (be·hwięlfan) vault over, cover.

behwięrfan (be·hwięrfan) turn, turn round ; ūtan ~ encompass ; exercise, train | change, convert ; exchange for on , mid.

behycgan (be·hycgan) bear in mind, consider ; trust on.

behȳdan (be·hȳdan) hide, conceal.

behydignes (be·hydignes) (!) desert.

behygdig (be·hygdig), -hȳdig vigilant, careful, solicitous.

~līce, -hȳdelīce carefully.

~nes solicitude, anxiety.

behyhtan (be·hyhtan) on set hopes (on), trust in.

behyldan (be·hyldan) skin, flay.

behȳran (be·hȳr|an) hire out.

~ing hiring out, letting.

behȳþelīce (be·hȳþelīce) sumptuously Gl.

beięrfeweardian (be·ięrfeweardian) disinherit.

beiernan (be·iernan) 3 run (into), be involved (in sin) ; occur (to the mind) : þā bearn him on mode þæt hē cōme he thought he would come | biþ beurnen mid blōde covered.

beinnan = binnan.

belācan (be·lācan) I b sport round, surround ( waves).

belādian (be·lād|ian) exculpate, clear .

~igend excuser, defender.

~igendlic excusable.

~ung excuse : þær is sum ~ on þǣre segene there is some excuse for your saying so.

belǣdan (be·lǣdan) lead, impel : on synna ~.

belǣfan (be·lǣfan) spare, leave undestroyed || remain, be left.

belǣþan (be·lǣþan) make hateful, pervert.

belæ̂wan (be·læ̂w|an) betray.

~ing betrayal, treason.

belāf (be·lāf) remainder.

belagen belēan.

belandian (be·landian) deprive of land.

belcedswēora (belced-swēora) † puff-necked [bælc].

belcettan = bealcettan.

gebeldan, beldan, gibelde , cover bind (book).

belēan (be·lēan) 2 blame, forbid, dissuade from .

belęcgan (be·lęcgan) cover, envelop, overwhelm (with contempt), treat (ill), afflict — hē wæs swelces dōmes belēd þæt … he had such a reputation ; charge (with crime) mid.

belęndan (be·lęndan) deprive of land [belandian].

belene, beolone henbane.

belēogan (be·lēogan) 7 deceive.

belēoran (be·lēoran) pass by .

belēosan (be·lēosan) † 7 be deprived of beloren deprived of .

gebelg, belg anger ; arrogance.

bęlg, bęlig = byl(i)ig.

~nes*, bælig- offence, injury .

belgan 3 be angry wiþ , for, gebolgen angry, fierce.

gebelgan, belgan 3 offend .

belibban (be·libban) — belifd lifeless.

belicgan (be·licgan) 5 surround.

belīēfan (be·līēf|an) believe — ~ed believing on gelīēfan.

belīfan (be·līfan) 6 remain, be left.

belīfian kill.

belimp (be·limp) occurrence.

belimpan (be·limpan) 3 belong to, concern, appertain ; happen, befall .

belisnian, belistnian (be·lis(t)nian) castrate.

belīþan (be·līþan) † 6 — only in beliden deprived ; lifeless.

bellan 3 bellow, grunt.

bell|e bell.

~flīes bell-wether's fleece.

~hring () bell-ringing.

~hūs bell-tower.

~tācen showing time by bellringing.

bęlt () belt [ balteus].

belūcan (be·lūcan) 7 lock up, confine ; close (house) ; enclose (with wall) ; bind (with fetters) ; impede, choke ; protect against.

belūtian (be·lūtian) lie hid.

belyrtan (be·lyrtan) deceive, cheat .

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belytigian (be·lytigian) deceive, entrap.

bemǣnan (be·mǣnan) lament.

bemetan (be·metan) 5 estimate — hīe hīe selfe tō nohte ne bemǣton thought themselves of no account, hīe hīe ne bemǣton nānes anwealdes they did not consider they had any power.

bemīþan (be·mīþan) 6 conceal (from) .

bemurcian, bemurcnian (be·murc(i)an). murmur, grumble.

bemurnan (be·murnan) 3 bewail ; care for, take heed of.

bemūtian (be·mūtian) exchange (for) on [ mutare].

bemyldan (be·myldan) bury [molde].

bēn, oe, prayer, petition, request.

~dagas rogation-days.

~feorm , ~ięrþ) , ~rīp food, ploughing, harvest-work required from a tenant.

~tīd prayer-time, rogation-days.

~tigþe, -iþ(ig)e successful in prayer, successful ; gracious.

gebēn prayer.

bēna petitioner — ~ wesan request.

benacodian (be·nacodian)*, -nacian lay bare. -nacian -nacodode*.

benǣman (be·nǣman) deprive [niman].

bęnc bench.

~sittend, ~sittende guest.

~swēg revelry.

~þel bench-floor.

bęncian make benches.

bęnd band, ribbon, chaplet, crown ; bond, chain [bindan].

bęndan bind ; stretch, bend (bow).

beneah (be·neah) , pl. -nugon, prt. -nohte, enjoy, have benefit of; require.

benęmnan (be·nęmnan) declare, certify.

benēotan (be·nēotan) 7 deprive.

beneoþan (be·neoþan), -niþan, y , prp. beneath, below.

beniman (be·niman) 4 , wai. deprive.

beniþan = beneoþan.

bęnn wound [bana].

~geat opening of a wound.

~ian wound.

benohte beneah.

benotian (be·notian) use up, consume (provisions).

bēnsian supplicate [bēn].

benugon beneah.

benyþan = beneoþan.

bēo , ~n bee.

~brēad, ~nbrēad beebread, honeycomb.

~nbroþ drink made of honey.

~ceorl, ~cere bee-keeper.

~gang swarm of bees.

~mōdor queen-bee.

~þēof stealer of bees.

~wyrt bee-wort, sweet flag.

bēohata (bēo-hata) † warrior, chief.

bēon, wesan.

bēod table; bowl.

~ærn, bēod(d)ern dining-room, refectory.

~bolla bowl.

~clāþ table-cloth.

~fæt table-vessel, cup Gl.

~fers grace sung at mealtimes.

~gięst guest at meals.

~hrægl table-cloth.

~lāfa table-leavings.

~land land for supplying the food of a monastery, glebe-land.

~nēat, ~genēat meal-companion.

~gereord, ~gereordu feast.

~scēat napkin.

~wist meal, food.

bēodan (bēod|an), ge- 7 offer : him gefeoht ~ challenge to fight ; inflict : him wītu ~ ; behave to, treat (well or ill) : uton ~ oþrum þæt wē willen þæt man ūs ~e ! | announce, proclaim ; bode ; threaten | command, decree, enjoin ~ ūt call out (militia), banish.

beōdian, beōddian do joiner's work [bēod].

beofor beaver.

bēogol, gebēogol, y forgiving [būgan].

beolone = belene.

bēom = bēo am.

bēor †, , beer [bēow].

~byden beer-barrel.

~hierde butler.

~scealc feaster.

~sęle hall of festivity.

~setl* † bench at banquet.

~þegu beer-drinking.

gebēor, bēor boon-companion, guest.

~scipe, b- convivial meeting, feast.

beorc birch-tree ; b [bierce].

gebeorc, beorc () barking.

beorcan 3 bark ; bark at .

beorg hill, mountain ; heap of stones, mound.

beorgælfen (beorg|ælfen) oread.

~hliþ hill-slope.

~iht*, beorhtt- mountainous.

~seþel mountain dwelling.

~stęde mound.

gebeorg, beorg mountain.

gebeorg, beorg, -rh defence, refuge, safety, precaution.

~lic safe, advisable.

~nes refuge.

~stōw place of refuge.

beorgan (beorg|an), ge- 3 preserve, save ; abstain from injuring, spare ; wiþ guard, save — avoid : hīe him yfel ~ap, ~ap ēow wiþ yfel ! | avoid, beware of wiþ.

beorht, y I. bright ; clearsighted ; clear (sounding), loud; magnificent, glorious, noble. II. brightness, light ; sight ; twinkling — ēagan ~ moment.

~e brightly ; (see) clearly.

~hwīl moment.

~ian be bright ; (sound) clear loud.

~nian, ge~nian*, -brehtnian become bright.

~lic bright ; clear-sounding* ; glorious.

~līce brightly ; distinctly.

~nes brightness, splendour.

~rodor heaven, aether.

~word clear of speech.

beorhtt- = beorgiht*.

beorma (beorm|a) yeast.

~tēag*, bea- yeast-box.

beorn † ni. brave man, warrior, man of rank, rich man, prince, king.

~cyning king of warriors.

~þrēat band of warriors.

~wiga warrior.

beornan = biernan.

Beornice Bernicians.

beorþor, byr- childbirth ; fetus [beran].

~cwealm dead birth, abortion.

~þignen*, byrþ-þīnenn midwife.

gebeorþor, beorþor*, y birth.

bēost () biestings, first milk of cow after calving.

bēot promise ; vow ; boast ; threat; danger [ = *bi-hāt].

~ian promise ; vow; boast.

~lic boastful, arrogant ; threatening.

~līce threateningly.

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bēotung (bēot|ung) threatening.

~word boast ; threat.

gebēot, bēot vow ; boast ; threatening — tō ~es assiduously (!).

bēow barley.

beowan = bīewan polish.

bepǣcan (be·pǣc|an) deceive.

~end deceiver.

~estre deceiver, harlot.

~ung deceiving, alluring Gl.

beprenan, beprīwan.

bepreþan, beprīwan.

beprīwan (be·prīwan), -prēwan*, -prenan [n u], -preþan wink (eye). prēowt-hwīl.

beran 4 carry, wear (hat), bring, carry off; produce, bring forth, bear | endure, tolerate ; suffer || ~ ūp open (a case).

bęrian make bare, clear (benches) [bær].

bera bear.

beræ̂dan (be·ræ̂dan) deprive æt ; deliberate on, prepare ; get the better of.

berǣsan (be·rǣsan) rush.

berbene verbena [].

bęre barley.

~corn barley-corn.

~flōr barn-floor.

~gafol rent paid in barley.

~græs green barley.

~hlāf barley loaf.

~sæ̂d barley seed.

~tūn, bertūn threshing-floor, barn.

~wīc hamlet.

berēafian (be·rēafian) despoil, deprive.

berēcan (be·rēcan) make to smoke.

beręccan (be·ręccan) relate ; justify, excuse

gebęred, bęred crushed ; afflicted, oppressed.

beręgnian (be·ręgnian)*, -rēni- † cause (strife).

beren = biren bear's.

bęren of barley.

beren = bęrn barn.

berenian = beręgnian*.

berēofan (be·rēofan) † 7 deprive .

berēotan (be·rēotan) 7 bewail.

berern = bęrn barn.

berīdan (be·rīdan) 6 surround on horseback, besiege ; overtake, take possession of, seize.

berīefan (be·rīefan) deprive .

berīepan (be·rīepan) despoil, plunder of.

berige (berig|e), bęrge berry.

~dręnc drink made of mulberries.

berihte (be·rihte)*, biryhte close by, by.

berindan (be·rindan) take off bark.

berinnan 3 wet.

bęrn, beren, berern barn [bęre-ærn].

~hūs barn.

berōwan (be·rōwan) I row round.

geberst, berst breaking, bursting.

berstan prt. bærst 3 burst, break ; dash, break ( waves) ; resound | escape ; fail — gif him āþ burste.

bertun = bęre-tūn.

berwinde (ber-winde) navel-wort.

besæ̂tian (be·sæ̂tian) lie in wait for, beset.

besārgian (be·sārg|ian) be sorry for ; lament : condole with.

~ung sorrowing.

besāwan (be·sāwan) I sow.

besceadan (be·sceadan) † cast in the shade, overshadow.

bescēadan (be·scēadan) I b separate ; discriminate ; sprinkle

bescēawian (be·scēaw|ian) look at, survey ; consider, pay regard to ; watch.

~odnes vision, sight.

~ung contemplation.

bescęncan (be·scęncan) give to drink .

bescēotan (be·scēotan) 7 dart, rush || send, instil (thoughts).

bescerwan = bescięrian.

bescīelan (be·scīelan)*, ȳ look at on.

besciėran (be·sciėran) 4 shear, shave — ~ hine tō prēoste like a priest.

bescięrian (be·scięr|ian), -scerwan deprive , , fram, of.

~ednes deprivation.

bescīnan (be·scīnan) 6 shine upon.

bescītan (be·scītan) 6 cover with filth, bedaub.

bescrepan (be·screpan) 5 scrape.

bescūfan (be·scūfan) 7 thrust, throw, precipitate.

besęcgan (be·sęcgan) say : him on ~ accuse him ; announce ; plead cause, defend oneself (in court of law).

besęllan (be·sęllan) surround .

besema = besma.

besęncan (be·sęncan) sink, plunge.

besęngan (be·sęngan) singe ; burn.

besēon (be·sēon) , look up, look about, see ; on , look at, pay regard to || go to see, visit.

besęttan (be·sęttan) set (hope on) ; appoint ; set about, adorn ; beset: searoþancum besęted ; keep, guard ; institute, set going.

besīdian (be·sīdian) regulate, determine.

besięrwan (be·sięrwan) ensnare, take by surprise, overcome ; deprive by treachery .

besilfran (be·silfran) silver.

besincan (be·sincan) 3 sink

besingan (be·singan) 3 sing incantations over, bewitch ; sing of, bewail.

besittan (be·sittan) 5 besiege, beset, blockade, ūtan ; possess.

besīwan, besīwian (be·sīw(i)an), ēo sew.

beslæ̂pan (be·slæ̂pan) I b sleep.

beslēan (be·slēan) 2 . cut off (head) ; deprive of.

beslīepan (be·slīepan) slip, put, clothe.

beslītan (be·slītan) 6 deprive of by tearing away .

besma, besema broom ; rod (for beating).

bēsman (bēsm|an) — ge~ed. curved Gl. [bōsm].

~ing curve Gl.

besmierwan (be·smierwan) besmear.

besmītan (be·smītan) 6 defile.

besmitennes (be·smitennes) defilement, impurity [besmītan].

besmittian (be·smittian) defile.

besmiþian (be·smiþian) work (metals), forge.

besmocian (be·smocian) smoke, envelop with incense.

besnǣdan (be·snǣdan) deprive by cutting, prune.

besnīwian (be·snīwian) snow on, cover with snow.

besnyþþan (be·snyþþan) †, prt. -yþede deprive .

beso = baso.

besolcen (be·solcen) torpid, inert.

besorg (be·sorg) subject of solicitude, dear to .

besorgian (be·sorgian) be sorry for ; care for, be solicitous about ; scruple, fear.

bespanan (be·spanan) 2, I entice, persuade.

bespearrian (be·spearrian)*, a shut, bar.

besprecan (be·sprecan) 5 speak about, complain of, charge.

bespręngan (be·spręngan) sprinkle.

bespyrian (be·spyrian) follow tracks of, trace.

bestæppan (be·stæppan) 2 go, proceed.

bestandan (be·stand|an) 2 stand round, surround ; afflict — mid ādle ~en.

bestealcian (be·stealcian) go stealthily.

bestecan (be·stecan) 5 close, bar (door).

bestęfnan (be·stęfn|an) — ~d fringed Gl.

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bestelan (be·stelan) 4 , move stealthily, steal || him sum þing on ~ accuse of, charge with.

bestīeman (be·stīeman) wet [stēam].

bestingan (be·stingan) 3 thrust, push — fȳr on set fire to.

bestredan = *bestręgdan.

bestręgdan (be·stręgdan)*, -ēdan bestrew, cover (with earth).

bestrēowian (be·strēowian) bestrew, cover.

bestrīdan (be·strīdan) 6 mount (horse).

bestrīepan (be·strīepan) strip of, plunder . ~ hīe æt landum.

bestrūdan (be·strūdan) 7 despoil, deprive .

bestyrian (be·styrian) heap up Bd.

bestyrman (be·styrman) assail, agitate (mind).

besūtian (be·sūt|ian) — ~od dirty.

beswǣlan (be·swǣlan) scorch, burn.

beswāpan (be·swāpan) I cover, envelop mid ; shelter against (wiþ), protect ; ~ him on mōd persuade.

beswęmman (be·swęmman) make to swim [swimman].

beswęþian (be·swęþian) bind up, bandage.

beswic (be·swic), bi- deceit, treachery ; snare.

~a*, bi- deceiver.

~fealle trap.

~ol deceitful.

beswīcan (be·swīc|an) 6 deceive ; lead astray seduce (woman) ; offend, scandalizare ; get the better of, conquer, disable.

~end deceiver, seducer.

~ung deception.

beswician (be·swician) escape from, evade ; . be free from (disease).

beswincan (be·swincan) 3 labour at, make with labour ; till (land).

beswingan (be·swingan) 3 beat, flog.

besylian (be·sylian), -sw- soil, stain.

bęt better, gōd.

~lic † excellent, magnificent.

bētan (bēt|an), oe improve ; ~ fȳr make light fire ; reform, make amends for, atone [bōt].

~end builder (?).

~nes reparation, atonement.

betǣcan (be·tǣcan) . hand over ; hand down (tradition) ; entrust, commit, give in charge of; appoint; send ; pursue, hunt.

bēte, oe beet-root [ beta].

beteldan (be·teldan) 3 mid cover, surround ; overwhelm (with grief) [geteld].

betęllan (be·tęllan) clear oneself (of charge) æt.

betēon (be·tēon) 6, 7 prt. -tāh, -tēah, -tigen, -togen accuse ; bequeath.

betēon (be·tēon) 7 cover ; enclose, contain.

bętera (bęter|a) gōd good.

~ian, bętrian make better ; trim (lamp) || become better.

~ung, bęt(t)rung improvement.

betierwan (be·tierwan) tar.

betihtlian (be·tihtlian) accuse.

betillan (be·tillan) decoy.

betimbran (be·timbran) build.

betogenes, betogennes (be·togen(n)es) accusation [betēon].

betonice betony (a plant) [].

betredan (be·tredan) 4 tread on.

betręppan (be·tręppan), æ entrap, surprise (enemies' forces).

betrymman (be·trymman), -trymian besiege.

bętst, bętest gōd good.

~boren eldest.

betuh, betweoh = betweox.

betwēonan (be·twēonan), -twēonum ; bitwihn ; -twin-, -twyn-, betwēon between, among — : hwæt biþ ~ mannes and nȳtenes andgyte, gif … : cwǣdon him ~. : be sǣm twēonum.

betweox (be·tweox), ~n, -twoxn, -twix, -tweoh, -t(w)uh, -twih, -y-, -hs , between (of space, distinction, &c.), among. between (two dates) ; during — ~ þissum meanwhile. : hī him healdaþ betwuh sibbe.

~ālęgednes interjection.

~āworpennes interjection.

~gangan go between (!).

~licgan 5 lie between (!).

~sęndan send between (!).

~sętt, ~gesętt interposed.

betwinan (betwinan) = betwēonan.

betȳnan (be·tȳn|an) enclose (with wall); shut (door), close (opening) — ūte ~ þæt folc shut out ; finish [tūn].

~ing conclusion.

bęþian (bęþ|ian) bathe, foment [bæþ].

~ing hot bath ; fomentation.

betyrnan (be·tyrnan) prostrate oneself (!).

beþearf (be·þearf) -þurfon, prt, -þorfte, require, need.

beþęccan (be·þęccan) cover, conceal mid.

beþęncan (be·þęncan) consider, bear in mind — reflect ; form plan, think of; entrust, trust, confide.

beþęnnan (be·þęnnan), -þęnian cover.

beþēodan (be·þēodan) join, associate.

beþrāwan (be·þrāwan) I afflict.

beþridian (be·þridian), y circumvent, overcome.

beþringan (be·þringan) 3 press on ; surround.

beþryccan (be·þryccan) press on.

beþuncan (be·þuncan) † = beþęncan.

beþwēan (be·þwēan) 2 wash, wet.

beþwēorian (be·þwēor|ian)*, y ~ad depraved Gl.

beþȳn (be·þȳn) prt. -ȳd(d)e thrust, push.

beufan = bufan.

beutan = būtan.

bewacian (be·wacian) watch.

bewadan (be·wadan) † 2 deprive (?).

bewǣfan (be·wǣfan) wrap round, dress.

bewǣgan (be·wǣgan) deceive, frustrate.

bewǣgnan (be·wǣgnan) (!) † offer .

bewǣlan (be·wǣlan) afflict.

bewæ̂pnian (be·wæ̂pnian) deprive of weapons.

bewærlan (be·wærlan) pass by.

bewarian (be·warian) watch over, guard ; ward off, avoid ; avoid, beware of wiþ .

bewarnian, bewarenian (be·war(e)nian) wiþ beware of, guard against || ward off (from oneself) : him ~ hellewītu.

bewarnian = bewarenian.

bewāt (be·wāt) -witon, prt. -wiste watch over ; superintend, have charge of.

bewāwan (be·wāw|an) † I — ~en blown upon (by winds) .

beweallan (be·weallan) I boil away.

bewealwian (be·wealwian) wallow.

beweardian (be·weardian) guard, watch, protect.

beweaxan (be·weax|an) I — ~en overgrown .

bewęddian (be·wędd|ian) betroth, marry.

~endlic relating to marriage.

~ung betrothal.

bewefan (be·wefan) 5 cover.

bewegan (be·wegan) † 5 cover mid || kill.

bewēlan (be·wēlan) join.

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bewęndan (be·węndan) turn; turn (round).

bewęnnan (be·węnnan), -węnian entertain (hospitably).

beweorpan (be·weorpan) 3 throw ; surround

bewēpan (be·wēp|an) I bewail, mourn for.

~endlic lamentable.

bewęrian (be·węr|ian) defend ; prohibit.

~enes, ~ednes prohibition.

~igend protector.

~ung defence.

bewindan (be·windan) 3 twist round, bind, swaddle, wrap mid ; encircle, surround — hēafe ~ bewail ; brandish ; turn over (in mind).

bewitian (be·witian), eo watch, observe ; watch over ; perform (journey).

bewlātian (be·wlātian) gaze at, contemplate.

bewlītan (be·wlītan) 6 look.

bewōpen (bewōpen) bewēpan.

bewrecan (be·wrec|an) 5 drive, send ; ~en beaten afflicted all round, surrounded .

bewręncan (be·wręncan) deceive.

bewrēon (be·wrēon) 6, 7 cover mid ; conceal ; protect fram.

bewrītan (be·wrītan) † 6 write about (?).

bewrīþan (be·wrīþan) 6 bind round, encompass.

bewuna (be·wuna) , in the custom of, wont.

bewyrcan (be·wyrcan) make | cover, surround, adorn mid, on ; wall in, imprison.

bezera = bæzere.

bicce female dog, bitch.

bīcwide (bī-cwide) proverb.

bīd () halt — † on ~ wrecan bring to bay, make to halt.

~fæst † stationary.

~steall halt ~ giefan halt, stand at bay.

bīdan (bīd|an) 6 remain, continue ; await, wait for, wait long enough for, live till, wait till || endure, experience.

~ing abiding, abode.

biddan (bidd|an) 5 entreat, request, demand, challenge (to duel) æt, : ānwīges bæd; him fultumes bæd ; ~aþ ēow þingunge æt him ! | pray : bad Dryhten for his þēowan hælo ; bitt his sāwle onlihtinge ; þus ~ende : …  gebiddan | command : bæd hine faran.

biddere petitioner.

gebiddan, biddan (gebidd|an) 5 pray, worship : for þǣm stǣnendum gebæd ; hē sceal him fore ~ ; ~ aþ þǣre sāwle ! for the soul ; hē nolde him ( hyne) ~ tō Gode ; : ~ ūre wæstma genyhtsumnesse.

biderip (bide-rip) = bed-.

bīecnan (bīecn|an), bīcnian, be(a)cnian make signs, nod, beckon ; point out (place), indicate (time) ; show (with words), hint ; signify, be a symbol of ; summon [bēacn].

~iend, gebīecniend forefinger.

~iendlic allegorical ; indicative (mood).

~iendlīce allegorically.

~ung, ~ing beckoning ; symbol, figure.

bīecnol indicating Gl.

bīegan (bīeg|an) () bend, bow; turn; force; convert (heathen); humiliate ; overcome || bend ( point of spear) [būgan].

~ednes, gebīegednes inflection (in grammar).

~endlic, gebīegendlic flexible.

~nes flexibility.

~ung bending, curvature.

bīegels arch, vault.

gebięld, bięld boldness [beald].

gebięlde, bięlde*, i bold.

bięldan encourage, animate.

bięldo boldness.

bīeme (bīem|e) trumpet [bēam].

~ere, ~esangere trumpeter.

~ian sound trumpet.

bierce (bierc|e), eo, byrc , birch [beorc].

~holt birch wood.

biercen of birch.

gebięrded, bięrded bearded [beard].

bierhtan, eo, bryhtan shine [beorht].

gebierhtan, bierhtan make bright ; heighten (beauty) ; make clear distinct ; make famous, celebrate || be bright, shine — also .

bierhto brightness.

gebierman, bierman ((ge)bierm|an) ferment ; leaven — ~ed ; leavened bread ; ~ed puffed up, proud [beorma].

biernan 3, A. eo, prt. born, a burn, be burnt down : sēo burg barn ; sēo eorþe wæs tō axan geburnen.

bīesting () thick milk, first milk of cow after calving [bēost].

bīetel mallet [bēatan].

bīewan*, ȳ, eo polish.

bifian, eo tremble.

bīfylce (bī-fylce) neighbouring people region.

big = by.

bīgęnga (bī-gęng|a), be- cultivator (of land) ; inhabitant ; benefactor [begān].

~ere one who plies (a trade) ; attendant.

~estre attendant.

~nes cultivation, study.

bīgspell = bīspell.

bīgyrdel (bī-gyrdel) girdle ; purse ; treasury.

bile bird's bill, beak.

gebilod, bilod having a beak.

bīleofa (bī-leofa) ;«. sustenance, food; wages.

bīleofen (bī-leofen), -lifen sustenance, food.

bīlewit (bīle-wit), bil(i)-, bilwet-, -witt- gentle, kind ; innocent, simple [bile, hwīt].

~līce innocently.

~nes innocence.

bill sword.

~hęte hostility, warfare.

~slięht, ~geslięht sword-clash, battle.

~swæþ sword-track, field of battle.

bīnama (bī-nama) pronoun.

gebind, bind what is bound together — waþema ~ frozen waves † ; costiveness.

bindan (bind|an) 3 bind , fetter — bunden (sweord) with hilt adorned with gold chains † ; make prisoner, imprison ; be bound (by duty, obligation), be under constraint.

~ere binder.

binde head-band, fillet.

binn manger.

binnan, beinnan av., within, in (of place, time) ; into; within, less than.

biren, birene she-bear [bera].

biren, beren of a bear [bera].

bīsæc (bī-sæc) visit (?).

bīsæc (bī-sæc) () litigation.

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biscep, -op bishop ; high-priest, heathen chief-priest [ episcopus].

~dōm bishopric ; excommunication.

~ealdor high-priest.

~gięrelan, ~gegięrelan pl. episcopal robes.

~hād bishopric, episcopate.

~hām bishop's estate.

~hēafodlīn bishop's head-ornament.

~hīered clergy Gl.

~lic episcopal.

~rīce bishopric.

~rocc bishop's rochet.

~scīr diocese ; episcopate.

~setl, ~seld, ~seþel episcopal see.

~sinoþ, eo synod of bishops.

~stōl episcopal see, bishopric.

~sunu godson at confirmation.

~þegnung, ~þēnung bishop's office.

~wīte bishop's fee for visiting, procuration fee.

~wyrt marsh-mallow.

biscepian (biscep|ian), -opian confirm.

~ung, biscpung confirmation.

bisn, bisen, y example, pattern — āstęllan, sęttan ~e, āst., st. (hit) tō ~e set (as) example (to be imitated or avoided) ; similar case, parallel ; original (of copy) ; similitude, parable.

~ere, ge~ere imitator.

~ian set give an example (to) ; take example by, imitate : ~ on hiera unþeawum.

~ung, ~geung example; similar case, parallel.

bisen-, y blind.

bises, ī [ -iss-] † day added in leap-year [ bissextus].

bisgo, bys(i)go occupation, labour ; trouble, care, affliction.

bisgian (bisg|ian), bys(i)gian occupy , engross (mind) ; trouble, worry, afflict.

~ung occupation.

bisig, y busy, occupied.

bismer, by-, -or insult, mockery — on ~ by way of insult ; joke ; blasphemy ; calumny ; ignominy, disgrace — tō ~e gerēnian, getāwian humiliate.

~full abominable, disgraceful.

~glīw*, ēo shameful lust.

~lēas irreproachable.

bismerlēoþ (bismer|lēoþ) scurrilous song, nenia (!).

~lic disgraceful, ignominious.

~līce disgracefully ; contemptuously.

~spræ̂c blasphemy.

~word insult.

bismeran (bismer|an), bismran, by-, -ian insult, mock, deride ; blaspheme, revile ; disgrace, injure, ill-treat.

~iend mocker.

~nes f.; mockery ; blasphemy.

~ung mockery ; blasphemy ; infamy, being object of contempt.

~ung, ge~ung illusion Gl.

bīspell (bī-spell) parable, proverb, example ; story.

~bōc book of proverbs.

bissexte leap-year [ bissextus].

bist (thou) art.

bita morsel, bit [bītan].

bītan (bīt|an) 6 bite — biton heora tēþ him tōgēanes gnashed their teeth at him ; cut, wound.

~a wild beast.

bīte (bīt|e) bite ; cutting, (sword) cut ; cancer.

~mæ̂lum piecemeal.

bitel beetle.

biter, tt bitter ; painful, severe (grief, &c.); fierce [bītan].

~e, bitre severely, very.

~līce severely : ~ wēpan.

~nes bittemess.

~wyrde severe in speech, bitter.

~wyrtdręnc, ~wyrt-dręnc bitter drink.

biterian be bitter ; make bitter.

bitol bridle [bītan].

bītol*, bitela biting Gl.

gebitt, bitt tōþa ~ gnashing of teeth [bītan].

biþ is.

biwāune, bewāwan.

bīwist (bī-wist) sustenance, provisions.

bīword (bī-word) proverb, saying; adverb.

bizant bezant, a gold coin [ Byzanteum].

blāc bright, white ; pale.

~ern, æ lantern.

~hlēor † white- or pale-cheeked, fair (woman).

~ian become pale.

~ung pallor.

blǣhǣwen (blǣ-hǣwen), blǣwen, blǣhwen light blue.

blæc ink.

blæc black — ~ bęrige blackberry ; swarthy, dark-complexioned.

~feaxede black-haired.

~gimm jet.

~pytt naphtha-pit.

~teru, ~teoru naphtha.

~þrūst leprosy.

blǣc leprosy.

blǣcan make pale, bleach [blāc].

blæcern = blācern lantern.

blǣco pallor [blāc].

blæd leaf; blade (of oar).

blæ̂d I. blowing, blast ; breath ; inspiration; life || prosperity, glory; plenty, riches. II. shoot, flower, fruit ; harvest, crops. blēd [blāwan].

~āgend, ~āgende prosperous, glorious.

~bęlig, y bellows.

~dæg day of prosperity.

~fæst †, ge- glorious.

~fæstnes*, bleof- delight.

~gefæstnes, ~fæstnes sustenance, provisions.

~giėfa giver of prosperity.

~horn trumpet.

~wela riches, plenty.

blæ̂dnessa blossoms.

blæddre = blæ̂dre.

blæ̂dre, blæ̂ddre blister; bladder [blāwan].

blǣge gudgeon.

blæ̂s blowing, blast. blæ̂st.

~bęlg bellows.

blæse (blæs|e), -ase torch, fire. blyse.

~ere incendiary.

blæ̂st blowing, blast, wind; flame, glare [blāwan].

~bęlg, blāst- bellows.

blæ̂stan blow.

blæ̂tan bleat.

blǣwen = blǣ-hǣwen.

blagettan weep.

blanca (†) steed, horse.

bland = gebland.

gebland, bland what is mixed together, commotion.

blandan (bland|an) † I b mix : ge~en mixed, disturbed ; infected, corrupted, injured ().

~enfeax, ~en-feax † having mixed-coloured grey hair, old.

blase = blæse.

blāst = blæ̂st.

blāt sound, cry (?).

blāt † pale, livid. blēat.

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blāte (blāt|e) : ~e forbærnan burn with livid flame (?).

~ian* be pale.

~ende pale.

blāwan (blāw|an) I blow ( wind) ; blow (with mouth), breathe; snort ( horse); be blown, sound; ~ende bīeman || blow (trumpet) ; inflate (bladder).

~ere one who blows (furnace).

~ung blowing (trumpet).

blēat † bringing misery, . blāt.

~e miserably .

blēaþ timid, sluggish.

blęce blight [blæc].

blęcþa blight [blæc].

blēd shoot, branch ; fruit, flower [blōwan].

~hwæt quick-growing (?).

blēdan (blēd|an) bleed — se ~enda fīc a disease [blōd].

bledsian = bletsian.

bledu dish, bowl, cup.

blegen, blegne boil, ulcer; blister.

blegne = blegen.

blęncan deceive, cheat.

blęndan blind ; deceive [blind].

blēo, bleoh [ feoh, feos], blēos, blēo(wu)m colour ; appearance, form.

~bord chess-board.

~brygd- various colours, changing colours.

~cræft embroidery.

~fāg parti-coloured.

~rēad purple.

~stǣning mosaic work.

geblēo, blēo, -bleoh colour [blēo].

geblēod, blēod variegated [blēo].

bleoh = blēo.

blēowum, blēo.

blēre ; blērig (?) bald.

blēripittel (blēri-pittel), blēria pyttel () mouse-hawk.

bletsian (blets|ian), blœdsian, bless, consecrate [blōd].

~ingbōc, ~ing-bōc book of formulae for blessing.

~ingsealm, ~ing-sealm the Benedicite.

~ung blessing.

blician shine, appear [blīcan].

blīcan 6 shine, glitter ; appear, be laid bare ( bone).

blice laying bare, exposure (of bone through wound) [blican].

blicettan glitter, vibrate.

blicettung coruscation.

blind blind ; unintelligent ; dark (prison) ~ slite wound whose opening is not visible, sēo ~e nętele blind (non-stinging) nettle.

blindfellian, ge~fellian blindfold.

~līce blindly ; thoughtlessly.

~nes blindness.

~þearm. caecum. blind þearm (?).

blinn cessation — būton ~e.

blinnan 3 cease ; be vacant ( bishopric) ; desist from, forfeit fram [= belinnan].

blisgere = blysiere.

bliss, blīþs joy, merriment, happiness; friendship, grace, benevolence [blīþe].

~ian, blīþsian rejoice ofer, on. ~ian, blitsian [ bletsian] gladden ; make prosperous, endow.

~igendlic exulting.

blissung, geblissung rejoicing, joy.

blīþe (blīþ|e) joyful, merry; kind, gentle; calm, peaceful ; pleasant.

~e, ~elīce gladly, kindly.

~heort cheerful ; friendly.

~mōd, ~emōd cheerful ; friendly.

~nes joy, happiness.

bliþs = bliss.

blīwum,  blēo.

blōd blood — ~es flōwnes flux of blood; vein. ~ (for)lǣtan bleed.

~drynce bloodshed.

~ęgesa sanguinary horror.

~fāg † bloodstained.

~forlæ̂tan 1 b bleed Bd.

~gēotende sanguinary.

~gita shedder of blood [ āgieta. ~gyte (?)].

~gyte bleeding ; bloodshed.

~hrǣcung spitting blood.

~hrēow, ~rēow sanguinary.

~iernende having issue of blood Bd.

~læ̂s, ~læ̂swu, ~læ̂s(w)e bloodletting, bleeding.

~~læ̂tere blood-letter.

~lēas bloodless.

~męnged, ~gemęnged bloodstained.

~orc sacrificial vessel.

~rēad blood-red.

~rēow = ~hrēow.

~ryne flux of blood, issue.

~seax lancet.

~spīwung, blōtspīung spitting blood.

~wīte fine for bloodshed Gl.

~wyrt bloody dock.

blōdig bleeding ; bloodstained.

~tōþ † with bloodstained teeth.

blōdgian be bloodthirsty Gl. ; cover with blood.

blōma moss of metal.

blōstma (blōstm|a), blōsma, blōstm blossom, flower.

~bæ̂re, ~berende flowery.

~frēols floral festival Gl.

~ian blossom.

blōt, geblōt heathen sacrifice of human beings — tō blōte gedōn kill as a sacrifice.

blōtan (blōt|an) I sacrifice mid.

~ere sacrificer Gl.

~mōnaþ November.

~ung sacrificing.

blōwan (blōw|an) I bloom, flower — ge~en blooming.

~endlic blooming.

blycgan terrify.'

blys|a, i m., ~(ig)e torch, fire. blæse.

~iere, blisgere incendiary.

blyscan blush.

bōn = bōgan boast.

bōc, bēc, oe, book ; document, charter [bēce].

~æcer field granted by charter.

~blæc*, e ink.

~ciėst book-chest.

~cræft literature.

~cræftig learned.

~fell vellum.

~hord m., ~hūs library.

~læden ; literary Latin.

~land land held by charter.

~lār learning, doctrine.

~lic of books, literary, biblical.

~ræ̂dere reader.

~ræ̂ding reading books.

~rēad vermilion.

~riht right of granting by charter.

~strēon, ~gestrēon library.

~tǣcing teaching by book ; Scripture.

~talu Scripture.

bōcian grant by charter ; furnish with books.

bōcere author ; Scribe.

bōc beech.

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~holt beech-copse.

~scield shield of beech-wood.

~stæf letter, character ; Runic letter.

~trēow beech.

~wudu beech-forest.

bod, gebod command, precept.

~scipe, (ge)~scipe message, command.

bodlāc decree .

bodian (bod|ian) announce, proclaim, preach ; foretell, prophecy.

~ere teacher .

~igend preacher.

~igendlic to be proclaimed.

~ung preaching.

~ungdæg, ~ung-dæg Annunciation-day.

boda messenger, herald, angel, apostle ; prophet.

bodan = botm.

bode bōgan.

bodig trunk, body ; stature.

bōg shoulder, arm ; bough, branch (of tree) ; progeny.

~incel small bough.

~sciėld shoulder-shield.

bōgan (bōg|an), bōn, bōgian, prt. bōde boast, .

~ung, bōung boasting, arrogance.

bōgian dwell, take up one's abode || inhabit [būan].

boga (bog|a) bow (to shoot with) ; bend, fold [būgan].

~efōdder quiver.

~enętt, ~anętt basket for catching fish.

bogetung /. curve Gl. [boga].

bōl, oo eel.

bolca gangway (of ship).

bold dwelling, house, palace [botl].

~āgend house-owner.

~tæl, ~getæl regular dwelling-place ; district, region.

~timber, ~getimber house.

~wela † nm wealth, (splendid) dwelling-place.

bolgenmōd (bolgen-mōd) † angry [belgan].

bolla bowl.

bolster bolster, pillow.

bolstrian support with pillows.

bolt bolt, arrow.

bōn f, ornament of a ship.

~ian polish, burnish.

bōnda, u householder; free man, plebeian ; husband. [ bōndi].

bōndeland leased land (?) .

bor gimlet.

~ian bore, perforate.

borlīce accurately, exactly, very.

borcian bark [beorcan].

bord board, plank; table ; † shield; framework, side of ship — on ~e in a ship, on board.

~hæbbende warrior.

~haga testudo, phalanx.

~hrēoþa, ē phalanx ; shield.

~gelāc weapon.

~rand shield.

~rima rim.

~stæp shore.

~þaca testudo.

~weall phalanx; shield; shore, landing-place.

~wudu shield.

borda fringe.

geboren, boren born, own (kinsman, brother) [beran].

borettan brandish [beran].

borg pledge, security, bail ; person who gives security, surety debtor.

~bryce breach of surety bail.

~fæst bound by pledge, dependent on.

~fæstan bind by pledge — ~ þām cyninge.

~giėlda debtor ; money-lender, usurer, creditor.

~hand pledger, surety.

~lēas without security, for which no pledge has been given.

~liefde, ~geliefde*, e pledge, security Gl. (?).

~wędd pledge.

borgian (borg|ian) borrow æt ; lend.

~iend money-lender, usurer.

bōsig, -ih cow-stall

bōsm, bōsum bosom, breast womb.

~ig curved Gl.

bōt mending ; remedy, cure compensation, satisfaction, atonement, repentance.

~ettan keep in repair.

~lēas what cannot be compensated.

~wierþe what can be compensated.

botl, ge- dwelling, house, building.

~strēon, ~gestrēon household property.

~weard steward.

~wela village.

botm, bodan bottom ; ship's keel.

bōþ, bōgan.

boþen rosemary ; thyme; darnel.

box () box-tree; box [ buxus].

~trēow box-tree.

brachwil (brac-hwil) = bearhtm-hwīl moment.

braccas breeches.

brād- roasting.

~hlāf toast.

~panne frying-pan.

brād, brādra, ǣ broad, wide, spacious — ~ hand open hand, palm | copious.

~e far and wide.

~æx broad axe.

~brim ocean.

~lāstæx, ~lāst-æx broad axe.

~elēac broad leek.

~nes surface ; extent ; liberality — ~ heortan.

~þistel sea-holly.

brādian be broad ; extend fram … oþ || spread.

bræ̂c rheum [brecan].

~coþu epilepsy.

~sēoc, ge- lunatic, epileptic.

gebræ̂c, bræ̂c, ~eo phlegm, cough.

bræ̂d flesh (?).

bræd = brægd trick.

bræ̂dīsen (bræ̂d-īsen) chisel.

brǣdan (brǣd|an) broaden, extend (territory) ; increase, extend (fame) ; expand (wings), stretch out (hands) || extend; grow ( trees) [brād].

~els covering, carpet.

~ing spreading (fame).

bræ̂dan (bræ̂d|an) roast; fry.

~epanne, ~ing-panne frying-pan.

bræ̂de roast meat.

brǣdo breadth ; extent.

brægd, e, brǣd trick, deceit [ gebregd].

~boga treacherous bow.

~en crafty.

~wīs crafty.

brægden, gebrægden, e cunning.

~līce, ge~līce cunningly.

brǣdra, ā brād.

brægen, bra- brain.

~loca head.

~panne*, brægp- skull.

~sēoc brain-sick.

bræmel, bræmbel = brēmel.

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bræs brass.

~en of brass ; † bold, mighty.

bræ̂þ odour ; exhalation, vapoi;r.

bræ̂w, brēaw, brēag, brēg eyelid.

bran- .

~wyrt bilberry bush.

brand fire-brand ; fire ; sword, † .

~hāt ardent (love, hate).

~hord R.

~īsen fire-dog, grate.

~ōm rust produced by burning, hammer scales.

~rād ~rida, e fire-dog, grate.

~stęfn † = brant-.

brant † lofty, high (ship) ; deep (water).

~stęfn*, brondstæfn † steep-prowed (ship).

brasian, æ do brass-work [bræs].

brasl, brastl, gebras(t)l crackling (of flames).

brastlian (brastl|ian) crackle, rattle ( thunder, falling tree, fire).

~ung, barstlung crackling, crashing sound.

bratt cloak[].

brēad ~ru morsel, crumb ; bread.

bre(a)dad, bredad, gebre(a)dad † regenerated.

brēag = bræ̂w.

breahtm, e, æ ; bearhtm, eo, y noise, clamour [brecan].

~ian*, brehtnian, bearhtmian resound.

breahtm, breorht atom [bearhtm].

breahtm = bearhtm glance.

breard = brerd.

brēaþ brittle.

brēaw = brǣw eyelid.

breawern = brēow- brew-house.

brēc breeches, brōc.

~hrægl breeches.

brec, gebrec noise, clamour.

~dręnc emetic. gebrǣc- (?).

brecan (brec|an) 4 break, burst, burst through, penetrate, break down, take by storm (town, fortress) | violate (oath, peace), break (command), curtail, injure, annul | urge, hine firwet bræc he felt curiosity desire || retch — ongann hine ~ tō spiwenne || burst forth ( stream), be violent ( wind) ; make one's way with effort, burst.

brecung breaking (bread).

brecþa grief.

bred board ; surface ; tablet (of stone).

~en = briden of boards.

bredwian, breodwian † prostrate.

brēfan epitomize, set down in writing [ brevis].

brēgan (brēg|an) terrify, induce by intimidation [brōga].

~nes terror.

brega = brego.

bregd = brægd trick.

bregd, gebregd change (of weather) || skill, cunning [bregdan; brægd].

~stafas learning.

bregdan, brēdan, prt. brægd, brǣd, brugdon, brūdon, brogden, brōden move quickly (hands in swimming, oars), brandish, drag, pull, draw (sword) put: ~ sweord(e), sweord of scēape, rāp on his swēoran ; throw (in wrestling) ; draw (breath) | weave | change (colour), transform ( wizard) : ~ blēom, hē brǣd his hīw (form) | deceive || pretend : hē gebrǣd hine sēocne || be transformed on.

bregden, gebregden = brægden cunning.

brego chief, prince, king.

~rīce kingdom.

~rōf mighty.

~stōl throne; principality, kingdom.

~weard chief, king.

brehtm = breahtm.

brembel (bremb|el), ~er = brēmel.

brēme (brēm|e) [œ ?], ē † celebrated, illustrious, famous, noble.

~e gloriously.

~an celebrate, commemorate.

~endlic celebrated.

brēmel, brēmbel, brēmber, æ bramble.

~æppel , ~bęrige blackberry.

~brēr bramble.

~lēaf bramble-leaf.

~rind bramble-rind.

~þyrne bramble.

bręmman (bręm|man), *bręmian resound, roar.

~ung roaring.

brengan = bringan.

bręnting ship [brant].

breord = brerd.

brēosa gadfly.

brēost breast, chest ; mind, heart.

~bān breast-bone.

~byden, e breast, chest.

~beorg ~gebeorg ; bulwark.

~byden chest, thorax Gl.

~caru anxiety.

~cofa mind, heart.

~hord mind, heart.

~hygd, ~gehygd t, ~gehȳd thought, mind.

~līn breast-cloth.

~loca mind.

~nętt corslet.

~rocc chest-clothing.

~sefa mind, heart.

~toga chief.

~þanc, ~geþanc thought, mind.

~wæ̂de, ~gewæ̂de corslet.

~wærc pain in the chest.

~weall bulwark.

~weorþung ornament on breast.

~więlm teat ; agitation of mind.

brēotan † 7 break, destroy, kill.

Breoten = Breten.

breoton spacious.

brēowan (brēow|an) 7 brew.

~ern*, ēa brew-house.

~lāc, brȳw- brewing.

brēr, ǣ briar.

brerd, eo, ea brim, border; bank ; surface.

~full brimful.

Breten, eo, y, i, tt, -on Britain.

~land Britain ; Wales. Brettas.

~wealda, Bretw- chief king of Britain.

Brettas (Brett|as), y, i, Britas Britons.

~land Britain.

~wēalas, ~walas Britons.

~wīelisc*, Brytwylsc British.

brēþer brōþor.

bridd, birdas, young bird ; chicken.

brīdel bridle.

~þwang bridle-thong.

brīdels bridle.

~hring bridle-ring.

briden, e (wall) of boards [bred].

brīdlian bridle, restrain.

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briesan (bries|an)*, ȳ bruise ; season (food).

~ednes, ge~ednes crushing.

brīg = brīw.

brigd () change [gebregd, bregdan].

~briht, beorht.

brihtan = bierhtan.

brim †, y [ brymme] sea, ocean, water (of sea) .

~ceald sea-cold.

~clif sea-cliff.

~faroþ sea-shore.

~flōd sea ; deluge.

~fugol sea-biid.

~gięst sailor.

~hęngest ship.

~hlæst fishes.

~lād sea-way.

~līþend(e) mariner.

~mann sailor, pirate.

~nesen (?) safe sea-passage.

~rād sea.

~stæþ sea-shore.

~strēam sea's current, sea ; broad river.

~þisa ship.

~więlm sea-surge, waves.

~wīsa sea-captain.

~wudu ship.

~wylf sea-wolf, she-wolf of the lake.

bring offering, sacrifice.

bringan (bring|an), ę , † 3 broht, † brungen bring ; bring forth, produce (fruits).

~nes oblation.

bringe (bring|e)* chest (?).

~ādl epilepsy (?).

Briten = Breten.

Brittas = Brettas.

Brittisc, y, Brytisc British [Brettas].

brīw, briig pottage, porridge.

brīwan prepare (food).

broc affliction ; labour ; disease [brecan].

~ian afflict ; injure, maim ; oppress.

~lic full of hardship.

~ung affliction ; illness.

broc, gebroc fragment ; affliction, trouble.

brōc brook.

~minte brookmint.

brōc trousers | brēc, ǣ breech, hind quarters ; trousers.

brocc badger.

~en (coat) of badger's skin.

brōd brood, bees ; fetus.

~ig broody (hen).

broddian be luxuriant = brordian* (?).

brōden bregdan.

brōdettan = brogdettan.

brōg|a terror, prodigy, danger.

~þrēa †, brōh- dire calamity.

brogden, brōden bregdan.

~mæ̂l inlaid sword. = brōden mǣl (?).

brogdettan (brogdett|an), brōdettan brandish || tremble.

~ung trembling; figment Gl.

brogn-, ge~ branch, twig .

brord point ; first blade of grass, young plant.

brōm broom (the plant).

~fæsten thicket of broom (?) Gl.

brosnian (brosn|ian) crumble, decay ; perish, pass away.

~iendlic, ge~odlic corruptible.

~ungy, ge~ungy corruption, ruin.

brot, gebrot fragment [brēotan].

broþ broth [brēowan].

brōþor, brēþer, ~, ge~, brōþru brother ; monk.

~bana fratricide (person).

~cwealm fratricide (action).

~dohtor niece.

~giėld vengeance for brothers (?).

~leās brotherless.

~lic fraternal.

~licnes brotherliness.

~rǣden(n) brotherhood.

~sibb relationship between brothers ; brotherly love.

~slaga fratricide (person).

~slęge fratricide (action).

~sunu nephew.

~þīnen = beorþor-þignen.

~wīf sister-in-law.

~wyrt pennyroyal.

broþor, gebroþor, -brōþru brothers.

~scipe brotherhood.

brū , ~(w)a, ~na eyebrow ; eyelid, eyelash.

brūcan 7 make use of, enjoy — brocen worn (coat) ; eat ; spend (life) ; possess, keep.

brūn brown.

~baso purple.

~ęcg † brown-edged (sword).

~eþa erysipelas.

~fāg brown-coloured.

~wann dark brown.

~wyrt water-betony.

brycian benefit [bryce].

bryce (bryc|e) I. breaking ; fragment. II. brittle, worthless [bręcan].

~mæ̂lum*, bre- piecemeal.

bryce, gebryce breaking.

bryce making use of, use, enjoyment [brūcan].

brȳce, ȳ† useful [brūcan].

brycg bridge.

~bōt bridge-repair.

~ian make a bridge, ( ice) ; make plank path.

~weard bridge-defender.

~weorc, ~geweorc bridge-construction.

brycsian benefit [bryce].

brȳd bride; † wife ; † woman.

~będd nuptial bed.

~bletsung blessing the bride.

~boda bridesman.

~būr, ~cofa bridal chamber.

~ealo(þ) marriage feast.

~giėfu dowry ; wedding.

~gift betrothal.

~guma bridegroom.

~lāc marriage ; married life.

~lēoþ epithalamium.

~lic, ~elic bridal.

~loca bridal chamber.

~lōp wedding []

~lufe love of a bride.

~niht wedding-night.

~rēaf wedding-dress.

~ręst nuptial bed.

~sang marriage song.

~þing nuptials.

bryd = brygd.

brȳdian (brȳd|ian) — ge~od married (woman) [brȳd].

brygd, brȳd drawing (weapon) [bregdan].

~bryht, beorht.

bryhtan = bierhtan.

brymme border, shore (of sea) ; sea. brim.

bryne burning, flame(s), fire ; inflammation (of body) [biernan].

~ādl fever.

~brōga fire-terror.

~giėld burnt-offering.

~hāt † burning hot.

~lēoma flame.

~tēar hot tear.

~więlm conflagration.

brȳne () brine.

brynig fiery [bryne].

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bryrdan (bryrd|an) stimulate [brord].

~nes stimulus.

Bryten = Breten.

bryten- breoton.

~cyning great king.

~grund spacious earth.

~rīce spacious kingdom.

~wangas the world.

brytnian (brytn|ian) deal out, distribute, arrange [brēotan].

~ere steward.

~ung distribution.

brȳtofta wedding [brȳd, þoft].

brytsen, gebrytsen fragment.

bryttan, gebryttan, -bryted break to pieces ; destroy [brēotan].

brytt a distributor (of wealth), perpetrator (of crime). Lord (of heaven, glory, &c.).

~ian tear to pieces, divide ; distribute ; possess, enjoy ; share, exercise : mægen ~ wiþ metode ( Satan).

Bryttas = Brettas.

Bryttisc = Brittisc.

bryþen brewing — ān ~ mealtes ; drink, beverage [broþ].

dwelling.

būan (bū|an), būn, būgan, bū(g)ian, būwian, bōgian prt. būde, gebū(e)n, gebūd dwell || inhabit, occupy (house) ; cultivate (land).

~end inhabitant.

būc pitcher ; stomach.

bucc buck, male deer ; beaver (of helmet).

bucca he-goat.

bufan, beufan (be·ufan) , () above, higher than ; above, away from : be Lygan, xx mīla ~ Lundenbyrig ; , above. þǣr ~ &c. above [ufan].

~cweden, ~nęmd above-mentioned.

būgan 7 bow down, stoop ; bend, swerve (sideways up and down) | turn, go ; flee fram | turn (the mind) : ~ tō hǣþenscipe become a heathen, ~ tō woruldþingum, ~ fram yfele avoid ; go over to, submit , rarely —ptc. gebogen converted (to Christianity).

būgan = būan dwell.

būian = būan.

bul, ~a ornament [ bulla].

~berende wearing an ornament Gl.

bula (bul|a) bull (?) — ~an wylle Ct.

bulentse a plant.

bulluc bull-calf.

bulot cuckoo-flower.

bunda = bōnda.

bunden bindan bind.

~heord † (?).

~stęfna with bound prow.

~nes, ge~nes obligation.

būne cup.

būr chamber ; cottage, villa.

~cniht chamberlain.

~cot bedroom.

~rēaf tapestry.

~teldt, ~geteldt pavilion.

~þegn, ~þēn chamberlain.

būr, gebūr peasant, farmer.

~rihtu, ~gerihtu peasants' rights dues.

~scipe neighbourhood.

burg, bur(u)h, pl. byrig, burga fortified place ; (fortified) town, city.

~āgend city-possessor.

~bōt repairing fortress.

~bryce burglary; fine for burglary.

~ealdor mayor.

~fæsten fortress.

~geard castle-yard.

~geat city-gate.

~geatsetl, ~geat-setl law-court held at city-gate.

~hliþ city-slope [ beorg-hliþ ?].

~lagu civil law.

~land native city.

~lēode citizens.

~loca city.

~mann, byrig- citizen.

~mōt, ~gemōt meeting of townsmen.

~ręced city-dwelling.

~rǣden(n) citizenship.

~rēfa, ~gerēfa chief magistrate of a town.

~rūn(e) sorceress.

~sæl house.

~sæ̂ta citizen.

~scipe municipality.

~scīr corporation, city.

~sęle house.

~sittend(e) citizen.

~sittende city-dwelling— ~ mann.

~spræ̂c urbane speech.

~steall city.

~stęde city.

~tūn city.

~þelu castle-floor.

~þegn = būrþegn (?).

~þincþ, ~geþincþ (?) town-council LL.

~ware, -an , -u citizens; -u city.

~warumann, ~waru-mann citizen.

~wealda alderman.

~weall city-wall.

~weard t, byrig- city-defender, citizen.

~weg street.

~wela city-wealth.

~werod crowd of citizens.

~wīgend warrior.

~wita town-councillor.

burne (burn|e) burn(n)a, brunna stream, brook.

~sęle bath-house.

bute = būton.

butere (buter|e) butter [ butyrum].

~flēoge, buttor-, butterfly.

~stoppa butter-vessel.

~þweor, ~geþweor butter.

būton, būtan ; būte () I. outside. II. outside ; without ; free from : ~ hæftnīede ; against, without : ~ þæs cyninges lēafe, ~ lēodrihte ; except — ~ þām þe besides that III. unless ; except that; but; except.

butruc, bute-, butu- leather bottle.

butsecarl, butse-carl sailor .

buttuc end; piece of land: on þā ~as Ct.

butu, bēgen.

by, .

bycgan buy æt ; get done, see after.

bydel messenger, herald, forerunner ; beadle, police-officer [bēodan].

byden vessel, tub, barrel ; a measure, bushel.

~botm bottom of a vessel.

~fæt bushel.

byffan mutter.

byge traffic [bycgan].

byge curve ; cornr ; cone (of helmet) [būgan].

bygel, gebygel obedient = gebēogol.

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byht bend [būgan].

byht dwelling [būan].

bylda builder [bold].

bȳle, bȳl boil, carbuncle.

byledbrēost, byled-brēost † puff-breasted.

bylg, bylig, bęlg, æ leather bag bottle ; bellows [belgan].

bylgan bellow.

byndel(l)e, i binding (a man) [bindan].

bȳne inhabited, cultivated [būan].

byrian, gebyrian (byr|ian, gebyr|ian) happen : him ~ede þæt hē wæs … ; be fitting, proper || happen : him nīed ~edehim ~ede þæt feorh earfoþlīce he recovered with difficulty ; befit : stōr ~eþ tō Godes þegnunge ; be assigned to (the devil) [beran].

~edlic suitable.

~edlīce conveniently.

byrd birth, [beran].

~scipe child-bearing.

byrd, gebyrd, ~o birth ; parentage ; good birth, high rank ; condition, nature — on ~ † according to fate in order (?).

~boda announcer of (Christ's) birth.

~dæg , ~tīd birthday.

~wiglere, ~wītega astrologer.

byrd, gebyrd burdened

byrdan (byrd|an) fringe, embroider [borda].

~icge embroideress.

byrde of high birth or rank [beran].

byrde, gebyrde innate, natural .

~līce (besiege) vigorously methodically. gebyrd.

byre †,  ~, -as son ; youth.

byre mound.

byre, gebyre opportunity; time, period.

byrelic, gebyrelic suitable, agreeing.

bȳre (cattle)stall ; shed, hut [būr].

byrele (byrel|e), byrle cupbearer, butler [beran].

~ian give to drink, serve with liquor .

byres borer, chisel [bor].

byrg burg.

byrg, gebyrgbēon on ~e help, protect [beorgan].

byrg, gebyrg*, i taste.

byrga, byriga one who gives bail, surety [borg].

byrgan¸ byrigan (byr(i)g|an) bury [beorgan].

~ednes, ge~ednes burial.

~end burier.

~ere corpse-bearer.

~nes burying.

~sang dirge.

byrgan¸ byrigan (byr(i)g|an) taste ; eat.

~nes taste.

byrgels burial-place ; tomb.

~lēoþ ~sang dirge.

byrgen(n) sepulchre, tomb.

~lēoþ epitaph.

~sang dirge.

~stow burial-place.

byrht-, beorht, bierhtan.

byrig burg.

byrla body, barrel (of horse).

byrne (byrn|e) corslet.

~ham corslet.

~wiga †, ~wig(g)end warrior.

ge~od corsleted.

byrst loss, injury [berstan].

~full calamitous .

~ig broken.

byrst, . bryst (?) bristle.

byrstan roar

byrþ* birth [beran].

~þignenu*, -þin- midwife.

byrþen(n), byrden burden, load; impost, charge [beran].

~mæ̂lum by loads.

~strang strong for burdens ( donkey).

byrþere, byrþre I. bearer (of corpse) ; support ; horse, &c. (for riding or driving). II. she who bears (a child), mother.

byrþestre carrier.

bytlan (bytl|an), -ian build; fortify [botl].

~a builder.

~ung, ge~ung act of building ; edifice.

bytle, gebytle edifice, house.

bytme (bytm|e), byþme, byþne bottom ; keel (of ship) [botm].

~ing bottom, ground floor (of ark).

bytt leather bottle, wine-skin ; cask.

~fylling filling casks.

byxen of box-wood [box].

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cæfertūn, cæfer-tūn = cafor-.

cæfester () halter [ capistrum].

cǣg, ~e key.

~bora key-bearer.

~hierde key-keeper.

~loca keeping under lock and key.

cælic = calic.

cæppe hood; cap [ cappa].

cæren = ceren.

cærfille = cerfille.

cærse = cerse cress.

cāf prompt; active; bold.

~e, ~līce promptly; boldly.

~lic bold.

~scipe activity; courage.

cafortūn, cafor-tūn, ea, cæfer- courtyard, vestibule; hall, mansion.

cafstrian bridle, curb [cæfester].

cāl = cawel cabbage.

calan 2 be cold : hine cælþ, him cælþ.

calc sandal; horse-shoe* [ calceus].

~rand † shoed (horse) (?).

calcatrippe, calca-trippe = colte-træppe.

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cālend, ā calend; month; † allotted time, span of life [ calendae].

calic, cęlc, cęlic cup, chalice [Lt. calicem].

calo, calwes bald.

calwa mange [calo].

calwer = cealer.

cāma muzzle, collar [ camus].

camb I. comb; (cocks)comb, crest (of helmet). II. honeycomb.

~iht crested.

camel camel [ camelus].

cammoc (?) a plant.

camp battle, war, contest [ campus].

~dōm ~hād ~rǣden(n) contest, war.

~ealdor general.

~fēra, ~gefēra fellow-soldier.

~gimm precious gem.

~stęde battle-field.

~wæ̂pen weapon.

~werod army.

~wīg battle.

~wīsa champion.

~wudu shield.

camp, gecamp () warfare.

campan (camp|an) fight.

~ung fighting.

campian, gecampian gain by fighting.

canc, gecanc () derision.

canceler chancellor . [ cancellarius].

cancer, -or ; ~ādl cancer [ cancer].

cancettan (cancett|an), -etan cackle (in laughing), deride.

~ung loud laughter.

candel, ~le candle [ candela].

~bora acolythus.

~leoht candle-light.

~mæsse Candlemas.

~snīetels*, ȳ snuffers.

~stæf ~sticca ~trēow candlestick.

~twist () pair of snuffers Gl.

~weoce wick.

~wyrt mullein.

cann cognizance, asseveration; clearance (from accusation).

cann, ge- cunnon, prt. cūþe know ; experience ; know how to, be able.

canne can.

canonic canon (person) [].

~lic canonical.

Cantware (Cant-war|e), Cęnt- pl. people of Kent.

~aburg Canterbury.

~amæ̂gþ people of Kent.

cantel or buttress, support.

cantelcāp (cantel-cāp) , canter-cappe cope (vestment).

cantere (canter|e) singer [ canto].

~stafas (?) Ct.

cantic canticle, sacred song [ canticum].

capian turn, face .

capellān chaplain . [].

capitol chapter (cathedral monastic); chapter (of book) [ capitulum].

~hūs chapter-house.

~mæsse first mass.

capūn () capon, fowl [Fr.].

carcern, cea-, -ærn ; . carcrænn; carcern-ern prison [ carcer, ærn].

~weard jailor.

carian, cearian care, reck ymb ; sorrow, be anxious [caru].

caric- dry fig [ carica].

carl, ea man — ~es wǣn Charles's Wain, constellation of the Great Bear [Scand.].

~fugol male bird.

~mann male, man.

carr stone, rock [].

carte paper, piece of paper; deed, document [ charta].

caru (car|u), ea anxiety, grief, trouble, care.

~full anxious; solicitous, careful.

~fullīce carefully, diligently.

~fulnes anxiety; solicitude.

~gāst sad spirit, demon.

~gealdor song of sorrow.

~ig † anxious, sad; painful (bonds).

~lēas free from anxiety, cheerful.

~lēasnes, ~lēast freedom from care.

~līce, ~elīce wretchedly.

~seld place of sorrow.

~sīþ sad journey, fate.

~sorg anxious sorrow.

~więlm flood of care.

casebill, case-bill ? club Gl.

cāsere (cāser|e) emperor [ Caesar]

~dōm emperor's rule.

~ing a coin.

cāserlic (cāser|lic) imperial.

~n empress.

casol () short cloak.

cassoc sedge, coarse grass.

~leaf sedge-leaf.

castel village [ castellum].

castel castle [].

~mann castle-man.

~weall castle-, city-wall.

~weorc castle-building.

castenere () cabinet, chest.

catt catte cat.

cawel, caul, cāl cabbage [ caulis].

~lēaf cabbage-leaf.

~sæ̂d cabbage-seed.

~stela cabbage-stalk.

~wyrm caterpillar.

cawl, cawel, ceawl, eo, cowel basket.

cēac pitcher, jug, basin.

~bora yoke for carrying buckets, &c.

cēace (cēac|e) jaw.

~bān jaw-bone.

ceaf chaff.

~finc chaffinch.

ceafl*, cæfl () halter.

cēafl jaw.

ceafor cockchafer, beetle.

ceahhettan (ceahhett|an), -etan laugh loudly.

~ung laughter; jest(ing).

cealc chalk, lime; plaster [ calx].

~pytt, ~sēaþ chalk-pit.

~stān chalk.

ceald I. cold. II. cold.

~heort † cruel.

~ian become cold; become torpid.

cealer, cealre, ceoldre calwer . curds.

~brīw, calwer-clīm pottage of curds.

cealf, , ę, ǣ, ~as, ~ru, calfur, calferu calf.

~ian calve.

ceallian † shout.

cēap price — dēop ~ high price; bargain, commercial transaction — ~ drifan make bargain; marketing, market; cattle.

~cniht, cīepe- slave.

~dæg market-day.

~ēadig rich in cattle.

~giėld price.

~hūs*, cǣpe- storehouse.

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ceapmann (ceap|mann), cīep(e)- merchant, pedlar.

~scamol, cīep- custom-house, toll-booth.

~scip trading-ship.

~setl, cīep- toll-booth.

~stōw, cīepe- market-place, commercial centre.

~stræ̂t, cīep- trade-street.

~þing, cīepe- merchandise.

cēapian buy ; bargain ; buy and sell, trade ; acquire .

cēapung, -ing marketing, buying and selling, trading.

~gemōt meeting for trade, market.

cearcian (cearc|ian) creak ; gnash (teeth).

~etung creaking.

cearm = cierm cry.

cēas quarrel, strife ; reproof.

cēast quarrel, strife, sedition, seditio.

~full quarrelsome, turbulent.

ceaster city [. castra].

~æsc black hellebore.

~būend citizen.

~hlid city-gate

~hof house.

~ware, -an, ~waran, ~gewaran, pl. ~waru citizens.

~wīc village.

~wyrt black hellebore.

ceawl = cawel basket.

cēcel, oe, i little cake ; morsel.

cedelc mercury (a plant).

ceder n., ~bēam m., ~treow cedar [ cedrus].

cedrisc of cedar [ceder].

cēlan (cēl|an), oe cool [cōl].

~ing coolness ; cool place.

~nes, ge~nes coolness.

celdre = cealer.

cęle keel.

celeþonie, cyleþenie celandine [ chelidonium].

cell (monastic) cell . [].

celendre, cellendre , cel(l)ender coriander [ coriandrum].

celmertmann (celmert-mann) hired servant.

cellod †, celod round (?) embossed (?) ( shield).

cęmban, prt. cęmde comb [camb].

cęmes shirt [ camisia].

cęmpa (cęmp|a) soldier, warrior [camp].

~estre female novice Gl.

cēn torch ; c.

cēn|e, oe bold.

~līce boldly.

~þu boldness.

cęneþ moustache.

cęnnan (cęnn|an), y bear (child), produce ; declare, attest, give information ; assign, ascribe, give (name) || clear oneself (of accusation), disavow.

~ende parent.

~endlic genital.

~estre, cy- mother.

cęnning begetting ; birth.

~stān testing-stone.

~stōw birth-place.

~tīd time of birth.

Cęnt Kent [ Cantia].

~ingas men of Kent.

~isc Kentish.

~land, ~rīce Kent.

~ware = Cant-ware.

centaurie centaury (a plant) [ centaureum].

cēo jackdaw.

cēod , ~e (?) pouch, vessel.

cēol ship.

~þelu ship.

ceoldre = cealer curds.

ceole throat.

ceolfor- = cilfor-.

ceolor throat.

ceorian (ceor|ian) murmur, grumble.

~ung grumbling.

ceorcian (ceorc|ian)* complain.

~ing complaining.

ceorfan (ceorf|an) 3 cut, cut down (tree), excavate (sepulchre in rock) — corfen cut off ; engrave ; tear.

~æx axe.

~ingīsen, ~ing-īsen branding-iron (!).

ceorl free man of the lowest class ; free man ; common man, plebeian ; husband ; † man, hero.

~boren of low birth.

~folc common people, vulgar.

~ian marry ( woman).

~isc = cierlisc.

~lic, ~ic common, popular (not learned).

~līce, ~īce vulgarly.

~strang strong as a man ( woman).

ceorran 3 creak .

cēosan curon, coren 7 choose ; select — Gode gecoren chosen (man) in the sight of God ; accept ; decide.

ceosol, cisel, y () gravel ; cesol gizzard Gl.

~stān pebble.

ceosol cottage.

cēowan 7 chew; gnaw; eat, consume.

ceowl = cawel.

cēpan observe, notice | attend to, not neglect, keep (appointment) | take (to flight), betake oneself (to shelter) ; devise, meditate : hē nolde him nānes flēames cēpan, hē mē hearmes cēpp | strive : hē cēpte symle hū hē cwēmde Gode [gecōp].

ceren, oe, æ, y () sweet wine [ carenum].

ceren = cyren churn.

cerfille, cæ-, cy-, -elle chervil [ cerefolium].

cerlic () charlock (a plant).

cerse, æ, cresse , cressa cress.

cesol = ceosol.

cete = cyte cottage.

cewl = cawel.

chor dance ; choir [ chorus].

~glēo dance.

cīan pl. gills.

cicel = cēcel little cake.

cīd, gecīd strife.

cīdan (cīd|an) quarrel ; complain; blame wiþ .

~ung, ~ing rebuke.

cięfes, ~e concubine, prostitute.

~boren illegitimate.

~dōm, ~hād concubinage, fornication.

~māna, ~gemāna fornication.

cīegan (cīeg|an) call , call out, call to, invoke ; summon ; call by name.

~nes, ~ednes, ge~nes, ge~ednes calling; name.

~endlic vocative (case).

~ere caller, crier out.

cięlian be cold [cięle].

cięld, cięldo cold [ceald].

cięle cold [calan].

~gicel icicle.

~wearte goose-skin.

~wyrt sorrel.

cięlf, gecięlf (cow) with calf [cealf].

cīep(e)- see cīap-.

cīepan (cīep|an) buy, sell, trade in [cēap].

~a, ~end merchant, trader.

~ing trade, marketing ; market, market-place.

cīepe, gecīepe for sale.

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cīepe onion [ cæpa].

~lēac leek.

cierlisc, ceo- rustic, common (man) [ceorl].

~nes clownishness.

cięrm, ea, eo shout, clamour, cry.

~an shout, cry out .

cięrr time, occasion — æt sumum ~e ; (first, second, &c.) time ; affair, business.

cięrran (cięrr|an) turn, bring into a certain state, convert (to Christianity) ; reduce to subjection — him tō ge~ ; transform, turn || turn ; go, return — hine ~, ge~ return to.

~ednes, ge~ednes entrance, admission ; conversion (to Christianity).

~ung conversion.

cīes fastidious (about food) [cēosan].

~nes fastidiousness.

cīes e, ǣ cheese [ caseus].

~fæt, ~efæt cheese-vat.

~hwǣg whey.

~lybb rennet.

~gerunn rennet.

~wuce cheese-week.

ciėst chest ; coffin [ cista].

~ian put in coffin.

ciėtel kettle.

~hrūm () soot of kettle.

cild cild(ru) child — wearþ mid (þām) ~e became pregnant. ~a hierde schoolmaster, pædagogus. ~a mæssedæg Innocents'-day. ~trog cradle.

~clāþ swaddling-cloth.

~cradol cradle.

~faru carrying children.

~fōstre nurse.

~geogoþ period of childhood.

~geong infantine.

~hād childhood.

~hama womb ; afterbirth.

~ięldo childhood.

~isc childish.

~lic infantine.

cileþonie = celeþonie.

cilforlamb, cilfor-lamb, eo ; ewe-lamb.

cilic hair-cloth [ cilicium].

cimban (cimb| an)*.

~ing joint.

~īren edge-iron (?).

cimbal, cimbala cymbal [ cynbalum].

cīnan 6 gape, crack.

cinc-.

cincdaþen (cinc|daþen) ornamented in some way : hyre ~an cyrtel Ct.

cincung loud laughter.

cine () folded sheet (of parchment) Gl. geclofa. [cīnan].

cine (cin|e), ~u chink, fissure.

~iht, io cracked.

cinn chin.

~bān jaw.

~beorg visor.

~tōþ grinder.

cinnan R.

cinu = cine chink.

cipersealf, ciper-sealf henna-ointment [ cypros].

cipp log, trunk; ploughshare; weaver's beam.

circul, -ol circle [].

~ādl shingles (a disease).

~cræft knowledge of the zodiac.

cirice (ciric|e), circe, cyr- church.

~ǣw ecclesiastical marriage.

~bell church-bell.

~bōc church-book.

~bōt church-repair.

~bryce breaking into a church.

~dor church-door.

~friþ (right of) sanctuary.

~fultum church-help.

~gang going to church.

~georn diligent in attending church.

~griþ (right of) sanctuary.

~hād order of the church.

~hālgung consecration of a church.

~hata persecution of churches.

~lic ecclesiastical.

~mæ̂rsung dedication of a church.

~māna, ~gemāna congregation.

~mangung simony.

~mitta church-measure.

~nīed, ēo need use of the church.

~nytt church-service.

~pæþ church-path.

~ragu church-moss.

~rān*, e church-robbery.

~ryht, ~geryht church-due.

~sang church-hymn.

~sangere church-singer.

~sceatt church-tax or rate.

~sōcn (right of) sanctuary ; going to church.

~steall, ~stęde site of a church.

~stīg church-path.

~tīd church-time.

~tūn churchyard.

~þēgn, ~þēn minister.

~þegnung, -þēn- church-service.

~þingere priest.

~wæcce vigil.

~wæ̂d church-vestment.

~wāg church-wall.

~waru congregation.

~weard churchwarden, sacristan.

cirsbeam¸ ciresbeam (cir(e)s|beam), ciser-, , -trēow cherry-tree [ cerasus].

cirps, y, crisp curly (hair) ; curlyhaired.

~ian curl.

ciser- = cirs-.

cistel*, y () chestnut -tree [ cisten].

cisten (), cist(en)-bēam chestnut [ castanea].

citelian (citel|ian) tickle.

~ung tickling.

citre¸citere harp [ cithara].

cīþ germ (of plant), spire, young- shoot, sprout ; mote (in eye) ; seed.

~fæst well rooted, growing.

clā = clawu claw.

clacian, ea hurry, hasten .

clacu (clac|u)* strife.

~leās, clæc- undisputed, free.

clador*, ea, clader-sticca rattle.

clæc = clac-.

clǣfre, ā, clǣfer-wyrt clover.

clǣg (m.) clay.

~ig*, clǣig clayey.

clǣman (clǣm|an) smear, plaster, caulk [clām].

~ing*, mm smearing.

clǣne (clǣn|e) I. clear, open (field) ; pure, clean, free from, devoid of; innocent, free from guilt; chaste. II. clǣne, ā entirely.

~georn desiring to be pure-hearted.

~heort pure-hearted.

~lic pure (love).

~līce purely.

~nes purity.

clǣnsian (clǣns|ian), cla-, clǣsnian, ā, clǣnsnian clean(se), clear (land of weeds), purge (stomach) ; purify (heart), chasten (with affliction) ; clear (of accusation).

~ere purifier.

~ung, ge~ung purifying ; expiation ; . chastity.

clǣnsnian = clǣnsian.

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clæppettan (clæppett|an), -etan throb ( sinew).

~ung throbbing, pulse.

clæsnian = clǣnsian.

clafre = clǣfre clover.

clām mud, paste.

clamm grasp ; bond, chain.

clāne = clǣne .

clāsnian = clǣnsian.

clāte burdock, burr.

clatrian (clatr|ian) clatter.

~ung clattering.

clāþ cloth ; clothes.

clāþian clothe.

clauster enclosure ; cloister ; fortress. clūstor [ claustrum].

clāwan (clāw|an) claw.

~ung gripes, colic.

clāwu, clā, clēa, clēo claw; hoof ; iron claw, pincers.

clēa = clawu.

cleac stepping-stone Ct. [].

clęmman*, clæm contract (hand) (?).

cleofian = clifian.

clēofan (clēof|an) 7 split, cleave .

~ung cleaving, sectio.

cleofa, y chamber, cell ; den (of wild beasts).

cleopian = clipian.

cleric, cleroc, cli- secular clergyman [ clericus].

~hād the clerical office.

clęweþa itch [clāwan].

clibbor adhesive [clifian].

clibs, geclibs = geclips*.

clidren, clidrenn clatter.

clif cliff ; crag, rock.

~hlīep leap from cliff (?) Gl.

~ig steep:

~iht¸ ~ihtig steep.

~stān rock.

clifwyrt (clif-wyrt)*, y foxglove.

clifian, eo, y adhere.

clīfe burdock.

clifer claw.

~fēte claw-footed (bird), with talons.

clifiht adhesive.

clifrian (clifr|ian) scratch [clifer].

~ung scratching.

cliht, gecliht clyccan compress.

climman, climban 3 ; † clymmian climb.

clingan 3 shrink, contract ; wither.

clipian (clip|ian), y, eo call (out) || summon, call ; call, name.

~iendlic vocal (sound), vowel ; vocative (case).

~ol vowel.

~ung clamour ; articulation (of sounds) ; claim.

clipol, clipor clapper (of bell).

clips, geclips*, -ibs, -ysp clamour [clipian].

cliroc = cleric.

clite colt's-foot.

clīþa, y poultice, plaster (for wound).

clīwen, y, eo, clywe ball of thread, clew ; anything in the shape of a ball.

cloccian cluck ( hen).

clod-.

~hamer fieldfare .

clofa, geclofa half of a folded sheet; duplicate of a document [clēofan].

clofe buckle.

clofe (clof|e), u clove, bulb or tuber of plant — gārlēaces ~ [clēofan].

~eht bulbed.

~þung, -e crow-foot.

~wyrt buttercup.

clott- lump Gl.

clūd rock.

~ig rocky.

cluf- = clof-.

clugge bell.

clūmian mumble, speak indistinctly.

clūse confinement, prison ; bond, chain ; (mountain) pass [ clausum].

clūstor lock ; barrier ; confinement, prison [ claustrum].

~cleofa prison.

~loc prison.

clūt piece of cloth, patch ; metal plate.

~ian patch.

clyccan bring together, clench — gecliht clenched (hand).

clyfa = cleofa.

clyfte, geclyfte cloven Gl [clēofan].

clympre lump of metal, metal.

clyne () lump of metal.

clynnan, clynian (re)sound .

clypp () embracing.

clyppan (clyp|pan) embrace; affect, seize (heart) ; cherish, love.

~nes embrace.

clyps, geclyps = geclips*.

clȳsan (clȳs|an)* enclose [clūse].

~ung, ~ing enclosing ; chamber ; conclusion (of sentence).

clyster, clystre, geclystre cluster, bunch (of berries).

cnæpling youth [cnapa].

cnæpp top ; mountain-top | brooch.

cnǣwe, gecnǣwe conscious of, acknowledging (sin) ; known, manifest [cnāwan].

cnafa = cnapa.

cnapa, cnafa boy ; youth ; servant.

cnawan, gecnawan (gecnaw|an) I (cnāwan ) know : hine gecnēow þæt hē wæs Godes sunu ; understand (language) ; recognize (opposite of ignore).

~nes acknowledgement.

cnearr small war-ship.

cnēatian (cnēat|ian) dispute.

~ung dispute, investigation.

cnedan 5 knead.

cnēodan = cnōdan.

gecneord¸ cneord intent on, zealous, diligent.

~lǣcan be diligent.

~lic diligent.

~līce diligently.

~nes diligence, study.

cnēoris, cnēoriss, cnēorisn generation, family, race, tribe.

~bōc Genesis.

cnēo, cnēow, cnēo knee ; degree of relationship, generation.

~bed, ~gebed prayer on one's knees.

~bīeging kneeling.

~eht knotty (plant).

~holen butcher's broom.

~mæ̂g kinsman.

~rift knee-hose (?).

~rīm progeny, descendants.

~sibb race, family.

~wærc pain in knees.

~wrist, ~wyrst knee-joint.

cnēowian (cnēow|ian), cnēowan kneel.

~ung kneeling.

cnēowlian kneel.

cnīdan 6 beat [ gnīdan].

cnīf knife.

cniht, eo, e boy; attendant, servant, retainer.

~gebeorþor (male) child-bearing.

~cild boy.

~geogoþ youth.

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~geong young ~hād youth; (male) virginity.

~lēas without attendants.

~lic boyish ~wesende † young, in boyhood.

~wīse manner of a boy.

cnocian, u knock (at door) ; pound (in mortar);.

cnōdan, ō † ; ēo attribute (qualities to a person).

cnoll hill-top, hill.

cnos, gecnos collision [cnyssan].

cnōsl progeny, kindred, family, native country.

cnossian dash, strike be.

cnotta (cnot|ta) knot.

~mæ̂lum concisely Gl.

cnucian = cnocian.

cnūian, cnūwian pound (in mortar).

cnycc-, gecnycc- bond .

cnyll sound of bell.

~an, cnyllsan sound bell.

cnyssan (cnyss|an) beat against, dash against, toss (storm … ship) | defeat, crush (in battle), overcome ( temptation) ; hard press, trouble, afflict [cnossian].

~ung stroke, impulse (of air).

cnyttan (cnytt|an) tie [cnotta].

~els w. string, sinew.

cōc cook [ coquus].

cocc cock.

coccel corn-cockle, darnel, tares.

cōcerpanne, cōcer-panne frying-pan.

cōcnian (cōcn|ian)*, cōca- cook [cōc].

~ung, cōcu- thing cooked.

cocor quiver ; sword (! ), spear (!).

cōcor- [cōc].

~męte cooked food.

~panne frying-pan.

codæppel, cod-æppel quince [ cydonia, æppel].

codd bag ; cod, shell, husk, skin (of grape).

cofa (cof|a), o t, chamber.

~godas house-gods, penates.

~incel little chamber, hand-mill (!).

cohhetan † shout (?), cough (?).

col live coal, (piece of) charcoal.

~māse titmouse (a bird).

~pytt coal-pit.

~þræ̂d blackened thread, plumbline.

cōl cool ; appeased, calm ( anxiety, grief).

~cwięld ague (?) Gl.

~nes coolness.

cōlian cool, become cold ; cool ( love).

coliandre coriander [ coriandrum].

collenferþ, collen-fer(h)þ † bold.

~an*, -ferhtan make empty, exhaust Gl.

colloncrog, collon-crog water-lily.

colt coll.

~græ̂g colt's-foot.

~etræppe, coltræppe, calcatrippe Christ's thorn.

columne, -umbe column [ columna].

cōm cuman.

consolde comfrey [ consolida].

consul consul [ consul].

coorte cohort [ cohors].

cōp () an outer garment.

cōp, gecōp fit, suitable.

~līce fitly, well.

cōpenere lover.

copor copper [ cuprum].

copp summit.

~ede having the top cut off, polled (tree).

cops = cosp.

cor- [cēosan].

~snǣd ' trial-morsel,' piece of consecrated bread whose swallowing was a test of innocence.

cor, gecor decision [cēosan].

cordewānere shoemaker Ct. [].

corenbēag, coren-bēag crown [ corona].

coren, ge- chosen [cēosan].

~lic, ge~lic elegant.

~līce, ge~līce elegantly.

~nes, ge~nes choice ; goodness.

~scipe, ge~scipe election ; excellence.

corflian mince, cut small [ceorfan].

corn com ; grain (of mustard), pip, berry ; corn (on foot).

~æppel pomegranate.

~æ̂sceda corn-sweepings, chaff.

~bæ̂re, ~berende corn-bearing.

~hrycce corn-rick.

~hūs granary.

~sæ̂lig, ~gesæ̂lig rich in corn.

~sceot, ~gesc(e)ot contribution of corn.

~tēoþung tithe of corn.

~trēow cornel-tree.

~trog corn-bin.

~wurma weevil.

cornoc = cranoc (cronoc).

corōnian crown [ corona].

corþer, -or troop, assemblage, retinue ; pomp.

cosp, cops fetter.

~ian fetter.

coss kiss.

~ian kiss.

cost (?) costmary (a plant).

costþæs ~es þe on condition that [ kostr].

cost, gecostcost tried, proved, chosen, excellent [cēosan].

costian (cost|ian), costnian try, test ; tempt, afflict.

~ere, ~i(g)end tempter.

~ung, ~ing temptation, trial, tribulation.

~nes, ge~nes trial, temptation.

cot cottage, house ; chamber ; den (of thieves).

~līf hamlet.

~setla cottager, tenant.

~stōw hamlet.

cottuc, cotuc mallow.

coþu disease, pestilence. sēo micle ~ elephantiasis, leprosy.

crā () croaking (of frogs and crows) Gl.

crabba crab.

cracian resound.

crācettan (crācett|an) croak.

~ung, crǣcetung croaking.

cradol, -el cradle.

~cild infant.

cræft skill, ability ; cunning, device ; knowledge, science ; art, trade, profession | good quality, excellence, virtue | strength, power ; cause.

~glēaw † wise.

~lēas unskilled.

~lic artificial ; skilfully made, skilled (labour).

~līce skilfully.

~weorc clever work.

cræftan exercise a craft.

cræftig skilful, skilled — skilled in ; cunning | excellent, virtuous | strong, powerful.

~līce skilfully.

cræftga, cræftiga, cræft(i)ca, cræfta artificer, workman.

cræt , ~(en)a chariot.

~ehors horse for driving.

~wǣn chariot.

~wīsa charioteer

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crafian (craf|ian), æ demand (one's rights) ; summon (before court of law).

~ung claim, demand.

crampul (cram-pul) = cran-pol.

crammian cram, stuff.

cranapiht crumpled, wrinkled.

cran crane.

~pōl*, crampul crane-pool Ct.

cranc-.

~stæf weaving-implement.

cranic chronicle, record [ chronicus].

cranoc, cornoc crane [cran].

crās () food , dainty.

crawan I crow.

crāw e crow.

~lēac, ~an- crow-garlic.

Crēcas, Crēacas, Crēce Greeks.

crēas-.

~nes pride, elation Gl.

Crēcisc, ēa Greek [Crēacas].

crēda creed [ credo].

cręncestre weaver [cranc].

crēopan (crēop|an) 7 creep, crawl.

~el, y cripple.

~ere cripple.

~ung creeping.

cribb crib, stall.

crīepan*, y, i contract, clench (hand).

crīepel burrow [crēopan].

crimman 3 cram, insert || crumble.

crīn flow Gl.

crincan = cringan.

cringan, crincan 3 fall in battle, perish.

crism a chrism, holy oil used for anointing after baptism ; chrisom, white vesture put on a child after baptism ; wearing a chrisom [ chrisma].

~hālgung consecration by chrism.

~līesing taking off chrisom.

crismal chrisom. crisma.

crisp = cirps.

Crīst Christ — ~es bōc the Gospels. ~es mæ̂l, tācn the cross []

~lic Christian.

~mæsse Christmas.

cristall a crystal ; flea-bane (a plant) [ crystall|us, ~ium].

~isc of crystal.

crīstel-, cyrstel- [Crīst].

~mæ̂l cross.

crīsten Christian.

crīstendom (crīsten|dom) Christianity.

~nes*, crīstnes Christianity.

cristnian, cristenian (crist(e)n|ian) christianize ; christen ; anoint with holy oil.

~ung christening.

crocc (croc|c) , crocca earthenware vessel, pot.

~sceard potsherd.

~wyrhta potter.

crod, gecrod throng, crowd [crūdan].

croft small field.

crōg, oo pot, vessel.

~cynn kind of pot.

croh () saffron [ crocus].

crōp*, cuop bleating, croup (?) Gl.

cropp sprout, bunch (of flowers or berries), ear (of corn) ; crop (of bird) ; kidney.

~iht bunchy.

~lēac garlic.

crūce pitcher.

crūdan 7 press, make one's way on .

cruft crypt, vault [ crypta].

cruma crumb.

crumb, crump crooked.

crundel cavity, chalk-pit (?), pond (?) Ct. [?].

crūsne, crūsene robe of skins, fur coat.

crycc crutch ; staff, crozier.

cryccen of clay [crocc].

crymban (crymb|an)* bend [crumb].

~ing bending.

crympan curl [crump].

crypel = crēopel cripple.

cryppan bend, crook (finger).

, cū(e), , , cȳ(e), cū(n)a, cū(u)m cow.

~butere cow's-milk butter.

~cealf calf.

~ēage cow's eye.

~hierde cowherd.

~horn cow's hom.

~meol(u)c cow's milk.

~migoþa cow's urine.

~sealf suet.

~slyppe, ~sloppe cowslip.

~tægel cow's tail.

cucler, -e, cucul-,cucel- spoon, spoonful [ cochlear].

~mæ̂l spoonful (measure).

cucu = cwic alive.

cucurbite gourd [ cucurbita].

cudele cuttle-fish.

cudu, cwidu, cweodu, cwudu, cwidwes, -u(w)es, -owes what is chewed, cud ; mastic (a gum).

cuffie hood.

cūgle, cūgele, cūhle, cūle (monk's) hood, cowl [ cuculla].

culfre, culfer pigeon, dove.

culmille small centaury. curmelle.

culpe (culp|e) () fault [ culpa].

~ian humble oneself, cringe.

culter () dagger; coulter (of plough) [ culter].

cummāse (cum-māse) a bird Gl.

cuman (cum|an) 4 cwōm, cōm, ~en, cy- come — cōm gan came (walking), cōm grētan came to greet ; ~ ūp land ; hwǣr cōm middangeardes gestrēon what has become of … ? : go | happen, come upon one — ~ forþ come off, be carried out ; result : hit cōm to þām þæt indc. \ come to oneself, recover .

cuma (cum|a) stranger; guest — ~ena būr guest-chamber, spare-room. ~ena hūs, inn, wīcung hostel, inn.

~feorm entertainment of strangers.

~līþe hospitable.

~līþian show hospitality.

~līþnes hospitality.

cumb valley [].

cumb a liquid measure.

cumbol †, cumbor banner, sign.

~brec, ~gebrec crash of banners, battle.

~haga phalanx.

~hęte war.

~hnāst, ~gehnāst crash of banners, battle.

~wiga warrior.

cumbor = cumbol banner.

cumendre woman living in monastery, priest's housekeeper [ commater].

cuml, cumul, cumbl swelling (of wound).

cumpæder godfather [ compater].

cuneglæsse hound's-tongue (a plant) [ cynoglossos].

cūnelle thyme.

cunnian (cunn|ian) explore, search ; try, test, tempt ; experience.

~ere tempter.

~ung trial, testing.

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cuopel boat, ship .

cuppe cup.

curmelle, -ealle, -ille centaury (a plant). culmille.

curon cēosan.

curs curse .

~ian curse .

~ung cursing.

cursumbor incense.

cūsc chaste, modest, virtuous.

cūsccote wood-pigeon, ring-dove.

cuter () resin.

cūþ known ; certain ; manifest ; clear ; well known, famous ; familiar, intimate.

~a acquaintance, friend, relative.

~e clearly.

~ian be known.

~lǣcan be friendly, make alliance.

~e known, certain.

~lic known, certain.

~līce certainly, clearly ; familiarly, kindly.

~nama surname.

~nes knowledge.

cwacian (cwac|ian) quake, tremble, chatter ( teeth).

~ung quaking.

cwalu killing, violent death, destruction [cwelan].

cwānian lament .

cwatern the number four (in dice) [ quaternus].

cwēad dung, excrement.

cwealm, cwelm, y killing, murder; death; mortality ; pestilence, plague ; pain, torment [cwelan].

~bæ̂ran, ge~bæ̂ran, -cwelm- torture.

~bæ̂re deadly ; bloodthirsty.

~bæ̂rnes destruction, persecution ; mortality.

~bealo deadly evil.

~cuma deadly guest.

~drēor blood of slaughter.

~full, ge~full*, -cwylm- pernicious.

~nes torment, pain.

~stęde death-place, arena.

~stōw place of execution.

~þrēa deadly affliction.

cweartern prison.

~lic of a prison.

cwęccan (cwęcc|an), cwe(a)hte shake (head), brandish (weapon) [cwacian].

~ung shaking.

cwęcesand (cwęce-sand) mi. quicksand Gl.

gecwed, cwed declaration [cweþan].

~fæsten appointed fast.

~rǣden agreement, conspiracy.

~stōw appointed place, place of meeting.

cweddian = cwiddian.

cweden cweþan.

cwedol eloquent Gl. [cweþan].

cwelan 4 die.

cwęllan (cwęll|an), cwealde kill [cwelan].

~end, ~ere, cwelre killer, persecutor, executioner.

cwēman (cwēm|an), oe please; comply.

~ing pleasing, satisfaction.

~lic, ~edlic, ~ge~(ed)lic pleasant.

~nes, ge~ednes satisfaction, pleasing.

cwēme, gecwēme (cwēm|e) agreeable, acceptable, convenient.

~līce agreeable, acceptably.

cwēn, oe queen ; wife.

cwene (cwen|e) woman, female serf; prostitute.

cwenlic †, ē, feminine queenly (?).

cweodu = cudu.

cweorn, ~e, cwyrn, ~a (hand) mill.

~bill chisel.

~stān millstone.

~tēþ grinders, molars.

cweþan 5 say, speak (word), † (wordum), ; († þæt), ; † : be þǣm ilcan se sealmscop cwæþ: … cwæþ tō him þæt he wǣre … cweþaþ hē sīe … þæt godspell cwiþ þæt R. bewēop … | mention : þā þing þe wē ǣr bufon cwǣdon. swā hit on bōcum cwiþ. cweþaþ þæt hit … | call, name it | ~ on hine assign to him | ~ ongēan raise objections to || name, call, account, consider : on þǣre stōwe þe is gecweden Crecganford. þā sind gecwedene þā heardestan menn. baþu þe wǣron hālwende gecwedene || proclaim, summon (meeting) || determine, resolve : cwæþ on his heortan þæt hē wolde … cwǣdon betweox him þæt hī woldon … II. cwist þū, cweþe gē numquid.

gecweþan 5 speak, utter : hē word ne mihte ~ | proclaim, summon, order : gecwæþ ānwīg wiþ hine = challenged him to … gecwæþ tō gefeohte , ~ hine ūtlah | agree, resolve wolde : gecwǣdon þæt him lēofre wǣre þæt … , gecwǣdon þæt hīe wolden … .

cwic, cwuc, cwicu, cucu ( : cucu nēat, sēo cucu) living, alive.

~ǣht live stock, cattle.

~bēam aspen.

~bēamrind (~bēam-rind) aspen-bark.

~fȳr sulphur.

~hrērende moving alive, living.

~līce in a living manner, vigorously.

~lifigende † living, alive.

~seolfor mercury.

~sūsl hell-torment.

~sūslen of hell.

~trēow aspen, white poplar.

cwician (cwic|ian), cwucian, cucian come to life, revive || bring to life.

~ung, ge~ung coming to life again.

cwice couch-grass.

cwiddian (cwidd|ian), cwy- speak be.

~ung saying, report.

cwide what is said, expression, statement ; proverb, saying ; proposal ; judgement, verdict ; decree, enactment ; discourse, essay, sermon ; will, testament [cweþan].

~bōc, cwid- book of proverbs.

~giėdd song.

~lēas speechless ; intestate.

cwidele, y inflamed swelling, boil.

cwidu = cudu.

cwięld destruction ; death ; pestilence [cwelan].

~bæ̂re destructive, deadly ; pestilential.

~bæ̂rlīce pestiferously.

~eflōd w. deluge.

~eht diseased (body).

~full destructive.

~rōf † destructive, savage ( wolves).

~seten beginning of night.

~tīd evening.

cwięldrede (cwięld-rede)*, cwyldhreþe, cwældæræde bat (animal).

cwięlmian*, y suffer (torment).

cwięlman kill, torment, oppress [cwealm].