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Old English to English

Andefera: 1. Andover
Angelcynn: 1. England | 2. England | 3. English people
Angelþeod: 1. English people
Anlaf: 1. Olav
Baða: 1. Bath
Baddanburg: 1. Badbury Rings
Bebbanburg: 1. Bamborough
Bedanford: 1. Bedford

Benedictus: 1. Ben, Benedict
Bethleem: 1. Bethlehem
Bethsaida: 1. Bethesda
Braden: 1. Braydon
Breten: 1. Britain, Great Britain
Buccingaham: 1. Buckingham
Byrnewudu: 1. Bernwood
Cent: 1. Kent
Centisc: 1. Kentish
Centland: 1. Kent
Cham: 1. Ham
Colneceaster: 1. Colchester
Creccagelade: 1. Cricklade
Dryhten: 1. God
Frigedæg: 1. Friday
God: 1. God
Woden: 1. Wodan, Woden
a: 1. at some time, ever, sometime
abbod: 1. abbot
abbudisse: 1. abbess
abelgan: 1. angry, cross
abeodan: 1. advertise, announce, give notice | 2. give an account, report
abidan: 1. abide, expect, wait, await, wait for
ablawan: 1. blow
ablendan: 1. dazzle
ablinnan: 1. cease, stop
aborgian: 1. advance, lend | 2. borrow, lend, loan
abrecan: 1. assault, storm | 2. assault, storm
abreotan: 1. destroy, quash | 2. kill, liquidate, slay
abreoþan: 1. abort, fail, miscarry
abutan: 1. about, round, around, towards
abysgian: 1. occupy, take
ac: 1. but
acan: 1. ache, be painful, hurt
acennan: 1. bear, give birth to
acennednes: 1. birth
aceorfan: 1. cut off
acierran: 1. turn
acus: 1. axe
acweccan: 1. agitate, shake, shock | 2. shake | 3. quiver, shiver, tremble
acwelan: 1. die, expire, pass away
acwellan: 1. kill, liquidate, slay
acwencan: 1. extinguish, put out
acweþan: 1. speak, talk
acwielman: 1. kill, liquidate, slay
acyþan: 1. acquaint, let know, inform
adesa: 1. adze
adilegian: 1. destroy, quash
adilgian: 1. destroy, quash
adl: 1. ailment, disease
adlig: 1. ill, sick
adon: 1. lay down, place, put, put down
adreogan: 1. overtake, pass by
adrifan: 1. chase away, drive away, expel
adræfan: 1. chase, drive, drive on, impel, shoo
adwæscan: 1. extinguish, put out
aebbian: 1. ebb
afæran: 1. alarm, frighten
agan: 1. own, possess
agen: 1. own, personal
ahreddan: 1. keep, save, rescue
allmectig: 1. almighty, all-powerful, omnipotent
almahtig: 1. almighty, all-powerful, omnipotent
alor: 1. alder
altare: 1. altar
an: 1. one
ancleow: 1. ankle
and: 1. and
andleofen: 1. food | 2. food, nourishment
andswarian: 1. answer, reply, respond
andswaru: 1. answer, reply
andswerian: 1. answer, reply, respond
anga: 1. sting
angel: 1. hook | 2. hook
annes: 1. unity
ansien: 1. appearance, aspect, look, sight, view | 2. face
apa: 1. ape, monkey
apostol: 1. apostle
ar: 1. honor, honour
arcebiscop: 1. archbishop
ascian: 1. ask
asendan: 1. send, transmit
asettan: 1. lay down, place, put, put down
asmeagan: 1. account, consider, esteem, regard, take into account
assa: 1. ass, donkey
atimbran: 1. build, construct
awerian: 1. defend
awiht: 1. anything, something
aþ: 1. oath
baðian: 1. bathe
bacan: 1. bake
ban: 1. bone
bat: 1. boat
be: 1. according as, according to, as, by | 2. about, concerning, on, upon
beacn: 1. beacon
beam: 1. tree
bean: 1. bean
beard: 1. beard
bebyrgan: 1. bury | 2. bury, entomb, inter
bece: 1. beech
becn: 1. beacon
becuman: 1. become, come about, grow, happen | 2. come about, happen, occur
bed: 1. bed
bedd: 1. bed
befer: 1. beaver
beforan: 1. before, in front of
begen: 1. both
beginnan: 1. begin, commence, start
behat: 1. affirmation, promise
behatan: 1. promise
behindan: 1. behind
beliefan: 1. account, accredit, believe, deem
belifan: 1. remain, stay, stay over
bellan: 1. yell
benc: 1. bench
beo: 1. bee
beod: 1. table
beofor: 1. beaver
beor: 1. ale, beer
beorg: 1. mountain
beorh: 1. mountain
beorht: 1. bright, brilliant
bera: 1. bear
beran: 1. carry, wear
berht: 1. bright, brilliant
berie: 1. berry
bete: 1. beet
betweonan: 1. among, between
betweonum: 1. among, between
beæftan: 1. behind
bidan: 1. abide, expect, wait, await, wait for
biddan: 1. ask, ask for, beg, bid, request
bile: 1. beak, bill
bill: 1. sword | 2. axe
bindan: 1. bind, connect, join, tie, tie up
bio: 1. bee
birce: 1. birch
biscop: 1. bishop
bitan: 1. bite
bitela: 1. beetle | 2. beetle
biwist: 1. food | 2. food, nourishment
blac: 1. black | 2. pale, sallow
blawan: 1. blow
bledan: 1. bleed
bletsian: 1. bless
bletsung: 1. blessing, boon
blew: 1. blue
bliðe: 1. happy, glad
blind: 1. blind
bliss: 1. gladness, joy
blod: 1. blood
blu: 1. blue
blæc: 1. black
blæd: 1. leaf, sheet
blæddre: 1. bladder, bubble
blædre: 1. bladder, bubble
boc: 1. book
bodian: 1. advertise, announce, give notice
boece: 1. beech
boga: 1. arc, bow
borian: 1. bore, drill
bosom: 1. bosom
botm: 1. bottom, foundation, ground
box: 1. box-tree | 2. box
braccan: 1. fern
brad: 1. broad
bread: 1. bread, loaf
brecan: 1. break
brembel: 1. blackberry
bremel: 1. blackberry
brengan: 1. bring, fetch
breost: 1. bosom, breast, chest
breowan: 1. brew
bringan: 1. bring, fetch
broðor: 1. brother
broc: 1. stream
brom: 1. greenweed
bru: 1. brow, eyebrow
brun: 1. brown
bryd: 1. bride, fiancée | 2. bride
brydguma: 1. fiancé | 2. bridegroom
bræð: 1. breath
brædu: 1. width | 2. width
brægen: 1. brain
brægn: 1. brain
buan: 1. dwell, live
buc: 1. stag
bucca: 1. he-goat
burg: 1. fortification | 2. city, town
burh: 1. fortification | 2. city, town
buta: 1. both
butan: 1. outside, outside of | 2. abroad, out, outside | 3. without
butere: 1. butter
buton: 1. outside, outside of | 2. abroad, out, outside | 3. without
butu: 1. both
byre: 1. barrack, barn, shack, shanty, shed | 2. cabin, hut, shack
byrgan: 1. bury | 2. bury, entomb, inter
byrgen: 1. grave, tomb
bæð: 1. bath
bæc: 1. back
camb: 1. comb | 2. mountain ridge
casere: 1. emperor
caul: 1. cabbage
cawel: 1. cabbage
ceald: 1. bleak, chilly, cold | 2. bleak, chilly, cold | 3. bleak, chilly, cold
ceap: 1. livestock | 2. price
ceapstow: 1. market, marketplace
ceaster: 1. city, town
ceorfan: 1. cut, slice
ceorl: 1. chap, guy, fellow, person
ceosan: 1. choose, elect, pick out
ceowan: 1. chew
ciepemann: 1. merchant | 2. business leads man, merchant
cierr: 1. occasion, time | 2. chance, event, occurence, opportunity
ciese: 1. cheese
ciest: 1. box, chest
cinn: 1. chin
cirice: 1. church, church-building, house of worship, place of worship
clað: 1. article of clothing, garment
clafre: 1. clover, shamrock, trefoil
clawu: 1. claw
clea: 1. claw
cleofan: 1. split
clerc: 1. clergyman
clif: 1. rock
climban: 1. climb
clipian: 1. call, summon
clæfre: 1. clover, shamrock, trefoil
clæg: 1. clay
clæne: 1. pure
clænsian: 1. clean, cleanse, make clean, purge
cnapa: 1. boy, lad, laddie
cneo: 1. knee
cniht: 1. youngster, youth
cocc: 1. cock, rooster
col: 1. coal
colt: 1. child, offspring, young
corn: 1. grain, granule, pip
crabba: 1. crab
crawe: 1. crow | 2. crow
creopan: 1. crawl, creep
cristen: 1. Christian
cræft: 1. ability
cu: 1. cow
cudele: 1. sepia
cugele: 1. cowl, hood
cugle: 1. cowl, hood
cuma: 1. guest
cunnan: 1. be able to
cuppe: 1. cup
cursian: 1. blaspheme, cuss, curse, swear
cweartern: 1. jail, gaol, prison | 2. jail, gaol, prison | 3. jail, gaol, prison
cwellan: 1. kill, liquidate, slay
cwellere: 1. hangman, executioner
cweþan: 1. say, tell | 2. speak, talk
cwic: 1. alive
cynedom: 1. kingdom
cynelic: 1. regal, royal
cyning: 1. king
cynn: 1. folk, nation, people | 2. breed, race
cyre: 1. choice, election
cyssan: 1. kiss
cyte: 1. cabin, hut, shack
dah: 1. dough, paste
deað: 1. death
dead: 1. dead
deaf: 1. deaf
deagian: 1. colour, paint
deaw: 1. dew
deman: 1. judge
denn: 1. cavity | 2. cave, cavity
denu: 1. valley
deofol: 1. devil
deoful: 1. devil
deop: 1. deep, profound
deor: 1. animal, beast
deorc: 1. dark, dim
diegelnes: 1. secret
diegol: 1. secret
disc: 1. dial, disc, record
docga: 1. dog
dohtor: 1. daughter
don: 1. achieve, act, do, make, perform
drincan: 1. drink
drugað: 1. dryness
dryge: 1. dry
dræfan: 1. chase, drive, drive on, impel, shoo
dumb: 1. dumb, mute, speechless
dun: 1. hill
dunn: 1. bleak, dark, dismal, dreary
duru: 1. door
dust: 1. dust
dweorg: 1. dwarf, midget | 2. pigmy
dyn: 1. ado, din, noise
dyne: 1. ado, din, noise
dæd: 1. accomplishment, achievement, act, action
dæg: 1. day
dæges eage: 1. daisy
dæl: 1. part, Parthian, share | 2. part, piece, share | 3. valley
dælan: 1. divide, separate, share
ea: 1. river
eac: 1. also, likewise, too
eage: 1. eye
eagþyrel: 1. window
eahta: 1. eight
eahtatiene: 1. eighteen
eald: 1. old | 2. old
ealdor: 1. prince | 2. chief, boss
ealdormann: 1. nobleman
eall: 1. at all, entirely, quite, wholly
ealle: 1. all
ealmæst: 1. almost, nearly
eard: 1. country, land
eare: 1. ear
earm: 1. arm | 2. miserable, poor | 3. poor
earnian: 1. earn, gain, win
earnung: 1. compensation, reward
east: 1. east, eastward, eastwards
eax: 1. axis, axle
eaxl: 1. shoulder
ebba: 1. low tide
ebreisc: 1. Hebrew, Jewish
elboga: 1. elbow
elh: 1. elk, moose
elm: 1. elm
elnboga: 1. elbow
ende: 1. end, ending
endleofan: 1. eleven
engel: 1. angel
eorl: 1. nobleman | 2. chief, boss
eorþe: 1. earth, land, soil
erian: 1. plough
fah: 1. adverse, hostile
fam: 1. foam, froth
fealdan: 1. fold
feallan: 1. drop, fall
fearn: 1. fern
fehtan: 1. fight, struggle
fel: 1. skin
feld: 1. field
fell: 1. skin
fenn: 1. marsh, swamp
feoh: 1. livestock | 2. money
feol: 1. file
feond: 1. adversary, enemy
feorr: 1. away
feower: 1. four
feowertiene: 1. fourteen
feowertig: 1. forty
feran: 1. go | 2. travel
ferian: 1. carry, wear
fierd: 1. army
fierlen: 1. distant, far, remote | 2. distant, far, remote
fierst: 1. period
fif: 1. five
fiftig: 1. fifty
findan: 1. find
finger: 1. finger
finn: 1. fin
fiond: 1. adversary, enemy
fisc: 1. fish
flasce: 1. bottle
flaxe: 1. bottle
fleah: 1. flea
flean: 1. skin
fleax: 1. flax
fleogan: 1. fly
fleoge: 1. fly, housefly
fleon: 1. flee, run away
flod: 1. high tide | 2. flood
flor: 1. floor
flota: 1. fleet | 2. fleet
flotian: 1. float
flowan: 1. flow
flyge: 1. fly, housefly
flæsc: 1. flesh | 2. meat
foda: 1. food | 2. food, nourishment
folc: 1. army | 2. folk, nation, people
folgian: 1. follow
for-wel: 1. quite, very, very much
for: 1. before, in front of | 2. journey, trip, voyage
foran: 1. ahead, formerly, previously
forbeodan: 1. forbid, prohibit
forca: 1. fork
fordon: 1. destroy, quash
fordyttan: 1. close, shut
forgefan: 1. forgive, pardon
forgetan: 1. forget
forspillan: 1. waste
forst: 1. freezing cold, frost
forþ: 1. ahead, foreward, on
fostor: 1. food | 2. food, nourishment
fox: 1. fox
foxes glofa: 1. foxglove
fram: 1. from, out of
freond: 1. friend
freosan: 1. freeze
friþ: 1. peace
frocga: 1. frog
frogga: 1. frog
fruma: 1. beginning, commencement, start
fugol: 1. bird
ful: 1. fowl | 2. dirty, filthy, nasty, soiled, unclean | 3. complete, full
full: 1. at all, entirely, quite, wholly
fultum: 1. army
fylgan: 1. follow
fyllan: 1. drop, overthrow
fyr: 1. fire
fyrhto: 1. fright
fyrhtu: 1. fright
fyst: 1. fist
fæder: 1. father
fædera: 1. uncle | 2. uncle, paternal uncle
fæger: 1. beautiful, fine, handsome, lovely
fægernes: 1. beauty
færinga: 1. all of a sudden, suddenly
færlic: 1. abrupt, sudden
færlice: 1. all of a sudden, suddenly
fæsten: 1. fortification
fætt: 1. fat, fatty, greasy
gaderian: 1. collect, gather, pick up
gan: 1. go | 2. march, walk
gandra: 1. gander
gangan: 1. go
ganra: 1. gander
gar: 1. lance, spear
gast: 1. ghost, phantom | 2. spirit
gat: 1. goat
ge: 1. and
gea: 1. yes
gear: 1. year
gearu: 1. finished, ready, through
geat: 1. gate, gateway, portal
gebeorgan: 1. conserve, keep, maintain, preserve
gebod: 1. command | 2. order
gebyrt: 1. birth
gecnawan: 1. be acquainted with, know
gecuman: 1. come
gedon: 1. activate, cause, give rise to
gedwola: 1. aberration, error, mistake
gedælan: 1. distribute | 2. divide, separate, share
gefea: 1. gladness, joy
gefeoht: 1. action, battle, scuffle, struggle
gefyllan: 1. accomplish, achieve, keep, observe, perform
gegan: 1. conquer
gehrefan: 1. roof
gehwær: 1. all about, everywhere
gelaþian: 1. invite
geliefan: 1. account, accredit, believe, deem
gelome: 1. frequently, often, regularly
gelyfan: 1. account, accredit, believe, deem
gena: 1. still, yet
genemnan: 1. call
genog: 1. enough, sufficient
genoh: 1. enough, sufficient
geong: 1. young
geopenian: 1. open, open up
gescieppan: 1. create
gesecgan: 1. say, tell
getimbran: 1. build, construct
geweorc: 1. fortification
gewinnan: 1. earn, gain, win
geþoht: 1. thought
giefan: 1. give
giest: 1. guest
gif: 1. if, provided that
gift: 1. gift, present
gleo: 1. gladness, joy
glitian: 1. shine
glitinian: 1. shine
glof: 1. glove, mitten
glowan: 1. glow, glow with heat
glæd: 1. bright, brilliant | 2. cheerful, gay, merry | 3. happy, glad
glær: 1. amber
glæs: 1. glass
gnagan: 1. gnaw
gnyrran: 1. crack
gnætt: 1. gnat
god: 1. good, nice, okay | 2. god
gold: 1. gold
gos: 1. goose
grafan: 1. dig, grub, spade
granian: 1. groan, moan
great: 1. big, great, large
grene: 1. green
grennian: 1. sneer
gretan: 1. greet, salute | 2. attend, call on, see, visit
gripan: 1. clutch, grab, grasp, grip, seize
griþ: 1. peace
growan: 1. accrue, grow
grund: 1. ground, soil
græg: 1. grey
guma: 1. fellow, man
gyldan: 1. gild
gylden: 1. gold, golden
gylt: 1. aberration, error, mistake | 2. blame, fault, guilt
gædrian: 1. collect, gather, pick up
gærs: 1. grass
gæst: 1. guest
gæt: 1. gate, gateway, portal
habban: 1. have, have got
hafoc: 1. hawk
hagol: 1. hail
halig: 1. holy, sacred
ham: 1. home
hamm: 1. ham
hamweard: 1. home
han: 1. stone
hand: 1. hand
hara: 1. hare
has: 1. hoarse
hat: 1. hot
hatian: 1. hate
he: 1. he, him
heafoc: 1. hawk
heafod: 1. head, pate
heahðu: 1. height | 2. altitude, height
heah: 1. high, lofty, tall
healdan: 1. hang onto, hold
healf: 1. half
healm: 1. blade, stalk | 2. stalk, stem | 3. blade, stalk
healt: 1. lame
heap: 1. accumulation, crowd, heap, mass, multitude, pile | 2. crowd, mass, multitude
heard: 1. hard
hearpe: 1. harp
hecg: 1. hedge | 2. hedge
hefig: 1. burdensome, heavy, onerous
hefon: 1. heaven, sky
heh: 1. high, lofty, tall
hel: 1. hell
hela: 1. drawers, panties, underpants
helm: 1. helmet
helma: 1. tiller
help: 1. aid, help
helpan: 1. abet, aid, assist, help | 2. accomodate, aid, assist, help
henep: 1. hemp
hengest: 1. horse
henn: 1. chicken, fowl
heo: 1. her, she
heofon: 1. heaven, sky
heorð: 1. hearth
heord: 1. flock, herd
heorte: 1. heart
her: 1. hair
here: 1. army
hete: 1. hate
hider: 1. here, hither, this way
hiehðu: 1. height | 2. altitude, height
hieldan: 1. stoop
hig: 1. hay
hind: 1. doe, hind
hiord: 1. flock, herd
hlaf: 1. bread, loaf
hleapan: 1. jump, leap, spring
hnesce: 1. soft
hoc: 1. hook
hof: 1. hoof
hol: 1. cavity | 2. cave, cavity
holegn: 1. holly
holen: 1. holly
holh: 1. concave, hollow
holt: 1. forest, woods
hond: 1. hand
hopa: 1. hope
hors: 1. horse
hring: 1. ring
hrof: 1. roof
hund: 1. hundred, one hundred | 2. dog
hundnigontig: 1. ninety
hungor: 1. hunger
hunig: 1. honey
huntian: 1. capture, catch, grapple
hus: 1. house | 2. cabin, hut, shack
hvær: 1. where
hwit: 1. white
hwæþere: 1. but, however, nevertheless, yet
hwæþre: 1. but, however, nevertheless, yet
hyd: 1. skin
hydan: 1. conceal, hide
hyhtan: 1. hope
hyldan: 1. stoop
hyll: 1. hill
hype: 1. hip
hyr: 1. hire, rent, rental | 2. rent, rent money
hyran: 1. hear
hyrnet: 1. hornet
hæð: 1. heath
hæðen: 1. pagan
hæfen: 1. harbor, harbour, port
hæfene: 1. harbor, harbour, port
hægl: 1. hail
hælð: 1. health
hælan: 1. fix, repair
hænep: 1. hemp
hær: 1. hair
hærfest: 1. autumn
hæsel: 1. hazel, hazel-tree
hæt: 1. hat
hæto: 1. heat
hætu: 1. heat
hæþen: 1. idolator | 2. pagan
ieg: 1. island
iegland: 1. island
iewan: 1. indicate, point out, show
ig: 1. island
in: 1. a, in, inside, into, on, per, within
is: 1. ice
lamb: 1. lamb
land: 1. country, land
lareow: 1. instructor, teacher
leaf: 1. leaf, sheet
leas: 1. false
leod: 1. nation
leodscipe: 1. nation
leoht: 1. bright, light | 2. light | 3. light
lic: 1. body
lichoma: 1. body
lif: 1. life
lucan: 1. close, shut
lufian: 1. love
lufu: 1. affection, love
lus: 1. louse
lytel: 1. diminutive, little, small
macian: 1. achieve, act, do, make, perform
mann: 1. man, human being | 2. fellow, man
martyr: 1. martyr
maþm: 1. treasure
med: 1. compensation, reward
meolc: 1. milk
mere: 1. pond
mete: 1. food | 2. food, nourishment
midd: 1. average, mean, middle
middangeard: 1. world
miht: 1. force, strength, vigour | 2. power
mil: 1. mile
milde: 1. gentle, mild
mist: 1. fog, mist
mod: 1. soul
modig: 1. proud
modignes: 1. pride
modor: 1. mother
mona: 1. moon
monaþ: 1. month
morgen: 1. morning
munuc: 1. monk
mus: 1. mouse
muþ: 1. mouth
mægen: 1. force, strength, vigour
mægþ: 1. family | 2. tribe
nama: 1. appellation, name
nearu: 1. narrow
nigon: 1. nine
nigontiene: 1. nineteen
niht: 1. night
niwe: 1. new, novel
niþer: 1. below, downstairs, underneath | 2. down
norðan: 1. northern
norþ: 1. northern | 2. north, northward, northwards
nosu: 1. nose
nu: 1. at present, now
nunne: 1. nun
nytt: 1. advantageous, useful
næddre: 1. serpent, snake | 2. adder, viper
nædre: 1. serpent, snake | 2. adder, viper
næfre: 1. never
of: 1. from, of
ofer: 1. above, over
oferwinnan: 1. conquer
ofstlice: 1. fast, quickly, swiftly
oft: 1. frequently, often, regularly
ondrædan: 1. be afraid of, fear
onfon: 1. get, have, receive
onga: 1. sting | 2. arrow
ongean: 1. across from, against, in exchange for, opposed to, opposite, upon
onlutan: 1. bow, curtsy
onmedla: 1. pomp, splender
onsendan: 1. send, transmit
onstal: 1. supply
ontendan: 1. kindle, light
ontynan: 1. open, open up
onweg: 1. away
open: 1. open
oxa: 1. ox
papa: 1. pope
plegian: 1. play
preost: 1. priest
pund: 1. pound
ranc: 1. proud
reafere: 1. robber
regn: 1. rain
regnboga: 1. rainbow
regol: 1. regulation, rule
restan: 1. repose, rest
rice: 1. powerful | 2. kingdom | 3. affluent, rich, wealthy, well-off
ridan: 1. ride
riht: 1. right, righthand | 2. justice, righteousness
rinan: 1. rain
rod: 1. cross
rum: 1. chamber, room
samod: 1. together
sand: 1. sand
sang: 1. song
sar: 1. ache, pain
sarlic: 1. painful
scaða: 1. thief
sceaða: 1. thief
sceap: 1. sheep
sceotan: 1. fire, shoot
scieran: 1. cut, slice
scinan: 1. shine
scip: 1. ship, vessel
scir: 1. district | 2. province | 3. region
scort: 1. brief, short
scufan: 1. push, thrust
sculan: 1. have to, must, ought to, should
se: 1. the
sealm: 1. psalm
semninga: 1. all of a sudden, suddenly
sendan: 1. send, transmit
seoc: 1. ill, sick
seofon: 1. seven
seofontiene: 1. seventeen
seon: 1. see
sibb: 1. peace
siex: 1. six
siextiene: 1. sixteen
siextig: 1. sixty
silfren: 1. silver
simle: 1. always, ever
sincan: 1. sink
singan: 1. sing
sittan: 1. sit
slawyrm: 1. blindworm, slow-worm
slæp: 1. sleep
slæpan: 1. be asleep, sleep
snaw: 1. snow
soþ: 1. true | 2. reality, truth
specan: 1. speak, talk
spere: 1. lance, spear
sprecan: 1. speak, talk
springan: 1. jump, leap, spring
spræc: 1. language, tongue
stan: 1. stone
standan: 1. stand
stede: 1. place | 2. location, place, spot
stefn: 1. voice
stelan: 1. steal
steorra: 1. star
stierc: 1. calf
stol: 1. chair
storm: 1. storm
stow: 1. place | 2. location, place, spot
stream: 1. stream | 2. river
streaw: 1. straw
strengþu: 1. force, strength, vigour
strong: 1. strong
stycce: 1. bit, lump, piece
stæf: 1. letter
sumor: 1. summer
sunne: 1. sun
sunu: 1. son
swan: 1. swan
swelce: 1. as if, as though, in a way
swellan: 1. swell
sweltan: 1. die, expire, pass away
sweora: 1. neck
sweord: 1. sword
swerian: 1. swear
swimman: 1. float, swim
swin: 1. hog, pig, swine
swingan: 1. beat, hit, strike
swiþ: 1. strong
syndrig: 1. apart, particular, separate, special
syngian: 1. sin, transgress
synn: 1. sin, transgression
sæ-rima: 1. coast, seaside, shore
sæ: 1. sea
ta: 1. toe
tempel: 1. temple
teoro: 1. tar
tid: 1. hour, o’clock, time | 2. time, while
tien: 1. ten
tierwe: 1. tar
tima: 1. time, while
to: 1. at, to, toward, towards
todæg: 1. today
togædere: 1. together
togædre: 1. together
toweorpan: 1. destroy, quash
treow: 1. tree
tunge: 1. tongue
tungol: 1. heavenly body | 2. star
twegen: 1. two
twelf: 1. twelve
twentig: 1. twenty
uncuþ: 1. unknown
under: 1. below, beneath, under, underneath
undergietan: 1. understand, realize
unrot: 1. dismal, gaunt, miserable, sad
wac: 1. faint, light, weak
wamb: 1. abdomen, belly, tummy
wascan: 1. wash | 2. wash
weall: 1. wall
weaxan: 1. accrue, grow
weg: 1. path | 2. road, route, way
wel: 1. okay, well
wela: 1. prosperity, success
wenan: 1. think
weofod: 1. altar
weorc: 1. accomplishment, achievement, act, action | 2. job, work
weorpan: 1. throw
weorþ: 1. value, worth
weorþan: 1. become, come about, grow, happen | 2. come about, happen, occur
weorþmynd: 1. honor, honour
weosend: 1. aurochs
wepan: 1. cry, weep
wer: 1. fellow, man
werian: 1. defend
werod: 1. army | 2. force, strength, vigour
wician: 1. dwell, live
wicing: 1. viking
wicu: 1. week
wid: 1. broad
widewe: 1. widow
widuwe: 1. widow
wielen: 1. bondwoman, slave, female slave
wierþe: 1. deserving, worthy
wif: 1. wife | 2. woman
wifmann: 1. woman
wig: 1. war
wilde: 1. savage, wild
willa: 1. desire, want, wish | 2. will, willingness, wish
willan: 1. desire, wish | 2. be willing to, want, wish
win: 1. wine
wind: 1. wind
winnan: 1. fight, struggle
winter: 1. winter
wisian: 1. conduct, direct, guide, head, lead
witan: 1. know, know how
wite: 1. punishment
witega: 1. prophet
witodlice: 1. certainly
wiþ: 1. with
wlite: 1. beauty
wlitig: 1. beautiful, fine, handsome, lovely
wod: 1. furious
wolcen: 1. cloud | 2. heaven, sky
word: 1. word
woruld: 1. world
worþig: 1. plaza, square, public square | 2. street
writan: 1. write
writere: 1. author, writer
wulf: 1. wolf
wund: 1. injury, wound
wundian: 1. hurt, wound
wundor: 1. miracle
wynn: 1. gladness, joy
wyrdan: 1. damage, injure, spoil
wyrm: 1. serpent, snake | 2. worm
wyrt: 1. vegetable
wæpen: 1. weapon
wæter: 1. water
yfel: 1. bad, miserable, nasty, poor
ymbhwyrft: 1. surroundings
ymbsettan: 1. surround
yrre: 1. angry, cross
Æðelred: 1. Ethelred
Æglesburg: 1. Aylesbury
Ælfred: 1. Alfred
æ: 1. law
æbære: 1. open | 2. public
æc: 1. also, likewise, too
æce: 1. ache, pain
æcer: 1. field
æcern: 1. fruit
æcus: 1. axe
æfnan: 1. accomplish, achieve, attain, get, reach
æfre: 1. always, ever
æftan: 1. behind
æftar: 1. behind, after
æften: 1. evening
æftenn: 1. evening
æfter: 1. after, behind
æfterfylgan: 1. chase, persecute, prosecute, pursue
æfterra: 1. second
æftersona: 1. afresh, again, all over again, anew | 2. afresh, again, once more
æfter þam: 1. afterwards, next, subsequently
æfter þam þe: 1. after
æfæst: 1. pious
æfþanca: 1. grudge, rancour, resentment | 2. grudge, rancour, resentment | 3. grudge, rancour, resentment
æg: 1. egg
ægen: 1. own, personal
æghwær: 1. all about, everywhere
æghwæs: 1. completely, entirely, through | 2. at all, entirely, quite, wholly
æghwæþer: 1. both
ægþer: 1. both
æht: 1. possession, property | 2. possession
æl: 1. eel
æled: 1. fire
ælf: 1. elf
ælfremede: 1. alien, foreign | 2. alien, foreign, strange
ællmæhtig: 1. almighty, all-powerful, omnipotent
ælmeahtig: 1. almighty, all-powerful, omnipotent
ælmehtig: 1. almighty, all-powerful, omnipotent
ælmihtig: 1. almighty, all-powerful, omnipotent
ælmæsse: 1. alms, charity
æmetig: 1. free, unoccupied, vacant
æmette: 1. ant, emmet
æmtig: 1. free, unoccupied, vacant
ænig: 1. any
ænlic: 1. fine, great | 2. unique
æppel: 1. apple
æps: 1. aspen
ær: 1. before, in front of | 2. ahead, formerly, previously | 3. soon
ærcebiscop: 1. archbishop
ærdæg: 1. dawn, daybreak
ærende: 1. errand, message
ærendgewrit: 1. letter
ærgod: 1. fine, great
ærnan: 1. ride
ærs: 1. anus, arse
ær þon: 1. until, till
ær þon þe: 1. before, previous to
ær þæm þe: 1. before, previous to
æsc: 1. ash
æsce: 1. ash, cinder
æspe: 1. aspen
ætiewan: 1. indicate, point out, show
ætsamne: 1. together
ætsittan: 1. remain, stay, stay over
æw: 1. law
æx: 1. axe
æþele: 1. of noble birth
æþeling: 1. prince
þancian: 1. thank
þeah-hwæþere: 1. but, however, nevertheless, yet
þeah: 1. but, however, nevertheless, yet
þearf: 1. advantage, benefit
þeaw: 1. custom, habit, way
þegen: 1. boy, servant
þegn: 1. boy, servant
þeod: 1. folk, nation, people
þeodscipe: 1. nation
þeof: 1. thief
þeostru: 1. darkness, murk
þeow: 1. boy, servant
þider: 1. that way, there, thither, yonder
þing: 1. thing | 2. article, object, thing
þreotiene: 1. thirteen
þrie: 1. three
þritig: 1. thirty
þurfan: 1. need, require
þus: 1. like that, that way, thus
þusend: 1. thousand, one thousand

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