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English Meaning Index

Jonathan Slocum

This English Index lists, in alphabetical order, seemingly significant words used in the "general meaning" glosses of Base Forms underlying one or more surface (word) forms in lesson texts. For each English word, base forms having that word in their general meanings are shown, along with links to every usage, in every numbered lesson, of the associated surface forms. With this index, one may click on any link to perform a quick "usage look-up," and thereby study how surface forms in texts are constructed from base forms sharing a general English meaning word. In order to reduce clutter in this index, certain high-frequency English "function" words are ignored unless there are no "content" words in the meaning.

This index was created by software, not by human hand, using lesson materials authored with very few constraints on the expression of "meaning" other than it being in English. Selecting significant words from free-form text via software is a notoriously difficult task. For example, while most meanings in these lessons are expressed as "glosses," some or parts may be comments directed toward the human reader, who is expected to discern the difference. Computer software cannot yet make such subtle linguistic distinctions, so all words in a meaning are treated alike. With few exceptions, then, all words are indexed. The results are neither produced nor presented with any claims to superior linguistic sensitivity, but at least the full meaning texts are shown for your inspection and judgment. Modest effort was invested in tuning the software to ignore [apparently] superfluous, high-frequency words (e.g., the preposition "of") that, in the presence of [apparently] more important words, contribute little or no useful information to an index; unfortunately this may result in some words, in some contexts, being unfairly omitted.

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ABANDON :   <forlǣtan, forlēt, forlēton, forlǣten>   leave, abandon   --
2.98, 6.258, 10.77
ABJECT :   <hēan>   abject, depressed, miserable   --
8.189, 9.266
ABLE :   <magan, mæg, magon, meahte>   may, be able to   --
2.218, 4.32, 4.113, 4.150, 4.176, 4.196, 4.382, 4.497, 5.315, 6.194, 8.126, 8.207, 9.5, 9.199, 10.44
ABOVE :   <uppe>   up, above   --
5.418
ABOVE :   <wið uppan>   upwards, above   --
4.67
ACCEPT :   <geþicgan, geþeah, geþǣgon, geþegen>   take, accept, receive   --
3.107
ACCEPT :   <onfōn, onfēng, onfēngon, onfangen>   accept, receive   --
2.258
ACCOMPLISH :   <gewyrcan, geworhte, geworht>   perform, achieve, accomplish   --
1.157, 10.5
ACCUSE :   <cwīðan, cwīðe, cwīðed>   accuse; bewail, lament   --
8.61, 10.122
ACCUSTOM :   <wennan, wenede, wened>   accustom; entertain (joyfully)   --
8.283
ACHIEVE :   <gewyrcan, geworhte, geworht>   perform, achieve, accomplish   --
1.157, 10.5
ACQUIRE :   <begietan, begeat, begēaton, begieten>   get, acquire   --
5.36, 9.42
ACROSS :   <ofer>   over, across   --
1.60, 4.252, 4.290, 4.495, 5.39, 7.146, 8.193, 9.306
ACT :   <gedōn>   act, do, bring to pass   --
5.340, 9.347
ACTION :   <dǣd>   deed, action   --
9.321
ADDRESS :   <maðelian, maðelode, maðelod>   speak, address, harangue   --
6.134
ADMONISH :   <manian, manode, manod>   warn, exhort, admonish   --
9.279
ADORN :   <tēon, tēode, tēodod>   adorn, settle   --
2.334
ADVANCE :   <gefremman, gefremede, gefremed>   advance, further   --
8.135
ADVANCED :   <gelyfed>   advanced   --
2.18
ADVISE :   <lǣran, lǣrde, lǣred>   teach, advise, exhort   --
6.147
AETHELGAR :   <Æþelgār>   Aethelgar   --
6.241
AFFECTION :   <mine>   mind, affection   --
8.213
AFFECTIONS :   <brēost-cofa>   heart, affections   --
8.149
AFFLICT :   <dreccan, drehte, dreht>   afflict, harass   --
5.197
AFFLICT :   <gebrocian, gebrocede, gebroced>   crush; hurt, afflict   --
5.59, 5.65
AFTER :   <æfter>   after(wards), then   --
1.87, 2.333
AFTERWARDS :   <eft>   afterwards, thereupon   --
1.167, 2.207
AFTERWARDS :   <siððan>   since, when, afterwards   --
4.513, 8.172
AFTERWARDS :   <syððan>   afterwards   --
1.35, 4.168
AGAINST :   <ongēan>   against, back   --
4.511, 5.238, 5.397
AGAINST :   <wið>   against, along   --
4.35, 6.31
AGAINST :   <æt>   at, against   --
2.143, 5.147, 5.324, 5.402, 5.437, 6.119, 9.45
AGE :   <yldu>   (old) age   --
2.19
AID :   <helpe>   help, aid   --
8.134
ALFRED :   <Ælfred>   Alfred   --
5.233
ALIEN :   <elðēodig>   alien, foreign, strange   --
9.291
ALIVE :   <cwic>   quick, alive   --
8.71
ALL :   <eall>   all   --
2.47, 3.47, 3.123, 3.393, 4.23, 4.406, 4.457, 5.57, 5.82, 5.213, 6.98, 6.181, 6.243, 7.33, 7.246, 10.59, 10.111
ALL :   <eall>   all, entirely   --
8.287
ALL :   <>   no, nor, not (at all)   --
6.288
ALL :   <nālæs>   not at all   --
8.257, 8.262
ALL :   <ǣghwilc>   all, every   --
1.58
ALL :   <ǣlc>   all, any   --
4.393
ALLOW :   <lǣtan, lēt, lēton, lǣten>   let, allow   --
7.125
ALMIGHTY :   <ælmihtig>   almighty   --
2.338, 7.38, 7.49
ALMOST :   <fulnēah>   almost, very nearly   --
5.250
ALMOST :   <wel hwǣr>   almost everywhere   --
5.346
ALONE :   <ān>   alone, single   --
8.56
ALONG :   <emnlange>   along   --
4.68
ALONG :   <wið>   against, along   --
4.35, 6.31
ALONGSIDE :   <tōemnes>   alongside   --
4.210, 4.232
ALSO :   <somod>   also, together   --
7.24
ALSO :   <ēac>   also, even, moreover   --
5.180, 5.285, 5.459, 7.123
ALTHOUGH :   <ðēah ðe>   although, even if   --
8.12
ALWAYS :   <simle>   ever, always   --
3.118, 4.99
ALWAYS :   <ā>   always, ever   --
6.193, 9.339
ALWAYS :   <ǣfre>   ever, always   --
2.22, 2.275, 3.283
AND :   <and>   and   --
2.20, 2.33, 2.76, 2.103, 2.136, 2.146, 2.149, 2.151, 2.178, 2.185, 2.193, 2.270, 2.297, 3.5, 3.11, 3.17, 3.28, 3.34, 3.45, 3.65, 3.77, 3.85, 3.94, 3.100, 3.103, 3.129, 3.162, 3.166, 3.170, 3.186, 3.205, 3.212, 3.223, 3.232, 3.247, 3.268, 3.281, 3.295, 3.313, 3.363, 3.375, 3.379, 3.401, 3.406, 4.13, 4.45, 4.61, 4.66, 4.91, 4.98, 4.128, 4.140, 4.165, 4.188, 4.231, 4.267, 4.284, 4.295, 4.313, 4.392, 4.405, 4.421, 4.429, 4.437, 4.456, 4.505, 4.512, 5.28, 5.37, 5.73, 5.116, 5.128, 5.133, 5.144, 5.149, 5.162, 5.167, 5.178, 5.202, 5.336, 5.375, 5.399, 5.441, 5.445, 6.96, 6.272, 7.21, 7.32, 7.74, 7.122, 7.157, 7.171, 7.256, 7.270, 8.187, 8.275, 9.155, 9.222, 10.15, 10.27, 10.57, 10.123, 10.128, 10.141, 10.201, 10.205
ANGLE :   <Angel-cynn>   English, lit. Angle kin   --
5.56
ANGLES :   <Ēast-Engle>   East Angles, East Anglia   --
5.17, 5.201
ANGLIA :   <Ēast-Engle>   East Angles, East Anglia   --
5.17, 5.201
ANGRY :   <wrāð>   wroth, angry   --
8.42
ANNOUNCE :   <ābēodan, ābēad, ābudon, āboden>   bid, announce   --
7.55
ANSWER :   <andswarian, andswarode, andswarod>   answer, respond   --
2.176
ANSWER :   <andswaru>   answer, response   --
2.257
ANSWER :   <oncweðan, oncwæð, oncwǣdon, oncweden>   answer, reply to   --
9.179
ANXIETY :   <brēost-cearu>   anxiety, heart-care   --
9.21
ANXIOUS :   <mōd-cearig>   anxious, sorrowful, lit. mood-caring   --
8.14
ANY :   <ǣlc>   all, any   --
4.393
ANY :   <ǣnig>   any   --
2.23, 3.105, 3.274, 4.493, 9.194
APPEAR :   <ðyncan, ðūhte, geðūht>   seem, appear; think   --
5.310
APPOINT :   <gesettan, gesette, geseted>   set (out), appoint, establish   --
2.11, 2.135
APPROACH :   <grētan, grētte, grēted>   greet, approach   --
2.150
APPROACH :   <nēalǣcan, nēalǣcte, nēalǣced>   approach, draw near   --
2.67
ARISE :   <ārīsan, ārās, ārison, ārisen>   arise   --
2.69
ARK :   <earc>   ark   --
7.14, 7.76, 7.260
ARMOR :   <hyrst>   armor, ornament   --
10.61
ARMY :   <here>   (enemy) army   --
5.14, 5.53, 5.199
ARMY :   <stæl-here>   marauding army   --
5.212
ARMY :   <werod>   army, band, host   --
7.50
AROUND :   <ymbe>   at, around   --
3.366, 9.74, 10.105, 10.129
ARRANGED :   <ārǣd>   arranged, inexorable   --
8.29
ARTERY :   <ædre>   artery, channel   --
7.131
AS :   <>   as, for   --
7.35, 7.44
AS :   <ðē>   as   --
6.166
ASCEND :   <gestīgan, gestāh, gestigon, gestigen>   mount, ascend   --
7.101
ASCEND :   <stīgan, stāh, stigon, stigen>   rise, ascend   --
7.145
ASH :   <æsc>   ash (tree), spear; boat, ship   --
5.217, 5.240, 6.141
ASLEEP :   <onslǣpan, onslēp, onslēpon, onslǣpen>   fall asleep   --
2.137
ASSEMBLY :   <gemōt>   meeting, council, assembly   --
6.67
ATTACK :   <storm>   storm, tempest; attack   --
9.172
ATTAIN :   <gebīdan, gebād, gebidon, gebiden>   remain; await; experience; attain   --
1.50, 8.9, 9.22, 9.216
ATTEMPT :   <onginnan, ongonn, ongunnon, ongunnen>   begin, attempt   --
2.260
ATTRACT :   <wēman, wēmde, wēmed>   attract, entice, treat   --
8.220
AWAIT :   <gebīdan, gebād, gebidon, gebiden>   remain; await; experience; attain   --
1.50, 8.9, 9.22, 9.216
AWAY :   <fram>   away   --
3.259, 3.304
AWAY :   <ā-gān>   pass, occur, lit. away go   --
5.422
BACK :   <ongēan>   against, back   --
4.511, 5.238, 5.397
BAND :   <gebind>   band, binding, fastening   --
8.195
BAND :   <werod>   army, band, host   --
7.50
BAND :   <ðrēat>   band, troop   --
1.28
BANE :   <bana>   bane, slayer   --
3.285, 6.48
BASE :   <ārlēas>   base, dishonorable, wicked   --
7.234
BATTLE :   <gewinn>   battle, strife, struggle   --
6.72
BATTLE :   <gūð>   battle   --
6.11, 6.247, 6.293
BATTLE :   <hild>   battle, war   --
6.277
BATTLE :   <wīg-plega>   battle, lit. war-play   --
6.201
BATTLE-BOLD :   <hilde-dēor>   lit. battle-bold   --
10.108
BATTLE-RESOLVED :   <nīð-hēdig>   lit. battle-resolved   --
10.66
BATTLEFIELD :   <wæl>   carnage; battlefield   --
6.55, 6.84
BEACON :   <bēcn>   beacon, sign   --
10.33
BEAR :   <Bēo-wulf>   bear, lit. bee wolf   --
1.135
BEAR :   <beran, bær, bǣron, boren>   bear, carry   --
4.285
BEAT :   <bēatan, bēot, bēoton, bēaten>   beat, pound, strike   --
9.175
BEAT :   <cnyssan, cnysede, cnysed>   beat, strike   --
9.260
BEAUTIFULLY :   <fæger>   fairly, beautifully   --
9.97
BECAUSE :   <for>   for, because of   --
2.71
BECAUSE :   <for þon>   because, therefore   --
2.35, 2.187, 2.196, 8.143, 9.207, 9.259, 9.301
BECOME :   <bēon>   be, become, exist   --
2.281, 4.47, 4.95, 4.114, 4.151, 4.209, 4.358, 4.426, 4.448, 4.490, 4.506, 5.314, 8.27, 8.93, 8.236, 10.156
BECOME :   <is>   be, become, exist   --
4.269, 4.434, 6.212, 8.69, 9.302
BECOME :   <weorðan, wearð, wurdon, worden>   become, happen   --
1.37, 3.84, 6.6, 10.172
BEE :   <Bēo-wulf>   bear, lit. bee wolf   --
1.135
BEER :   <gebēorscipe>   feast, beer party   --
2.38, 2.102, 2.190
BEFALL :   <limpan, lamp, lumpon, lumpen>   befall, happen   --
9.98
BEFORE :   <foran>   before, in front   --
5.380
BEFORE :   <fore>   for, before   --
9.158, 9.163
BEFORE :   <gīo>   before, of old   --
8.174
BEFORE :   <ǣr>   ere, before, formerly   --
1.36, 1.109, 2.318, 3.178, 3.324, 4.427, 5.222, 6.49, 10.65, 10.95
BEGET :   <cennan, cennede, cenned>   beget, conceive, bring forth   --
1.88
BEGIN :   <onginnan, ongonn, ongunnon, ongunnen>   begin, attempt   --
2.260
BEGINNING :   <ord>   source, beginning   --
2.308
BEHAVIOR :   <gebǣre>   cry, behavior   --
3.70
BEHEST :   <hǣs>   behest, command   --
7.107
BEHIND :   <beæftan>   behind   --
3.151, 3.175
BELIEVE :   <gelīefan, gelīefde, gelīefed>   grant; believe, trust   --
9.209
BELONG :   <hīeran, hīerde, hīered>   hear, obey; belong   --
1.62
BELOVED :   <dȳre>   dear, beloved   --
7.109
BELOVED :   <lēof>   lief, dear, beloved   --
3.276, 6.228, 8.245
BEQUEATH :   <lǣfan, lǣfde, lǣfed>   leave, bequeath   --
3.177
BEREAVE :   <bedrēosan, bedrēas, bedruron, bedroren>   bereave, deprive of   --
9.109
BEREFT :   <lēas>   without, bereft of   --
1.111
BERNUFF :   <Beornulf>   Bernuff   --
5.163
BERTULF :   <Beorhtulf>   Bertulf   --
5.129
BESEECH :   <biddan, bæd, bǣdon, beden>   bid, beseech, urge   --
6.115
BESIEGE :   <ymbsittan, ymbsæt, ymbsǣton, ymbseten>   besiege, lit. sit round   --
1.59
BESTOW :   <unnan, ann, unnon, ūðe>   grant, bestow   --
3.239
BETTER :   <sēlla>   better   --
5.89
BETWEEN :   <betux>   between   --
4.435
BEWAIL :   <cwīðan, cwīðe, cwīðed>   accuse; bewail, lament   --
8.61, 10.122
BID :   <biddan, bæd, bǣdon, beden>   bid, beseech, urge   --
6.115
BID :   <bēodan, bēad, budon, boden>   bid, command, offer   --
3.297
BID :   <ābēodan, ābēad, ābudon, āboden>   bid, announce   --
7.55
BIDE :   <bīdan, bād, bidon, biden>   bide, endure, remain   --
9.230
BILLOW :   <wǣg>   wave, billow   --
7.177, 9.137
BIND :   <bindan, bond, bundon, bunden>   bind, tie   --
8.110, 8.150, 9.66, 9.245
BIND :   <sǣlan, sǣlde, sǣled>   bind   --
8.171
BINDING :   <gebind>   band, binding, fastening   --
8.195
BISHOP :   <bisceop>   bishop, prelate   --
5.113, 5.146
BITTER :   <bitre>   bitter, sharp   --
9.20
BLACK :   <sweart>   dark, black, swarthy   --
7.134
BLADE :   <blǣd>   blade, leaf   --
1.138
BLESS :   <segnian, segnade, segnad>   bless, consecrate   --
7.75, 7.275
BLISS :   <bliss>   bliss, joy, happiness   --
2.42
BOARD :   <bord>   board, shield   --
6.7, 6.135, 7.15, 7.100
BOARD :   <stēor-bord>   starboard, lit. stear(ing)-board   --
4.424
BOAT :   <naca>   boat, ship   --
9.46
BOAT :   <æsc>   ash (tree), spear; boat, ship   --
5.217, 5.240, 6.141
BODY :   <duguð>   host, body of retainers; glory   --
7.108, 10.144
BODY :   <feorh-hūs>   body, lit. life-house   --
6.17
BODY :   <flǣsc-homa>   body   --
7.237
BODY :   <līc-homa>   body, flesh   --
10.170
BOLD :   <beadurōf>   bold, heroic   --
10.32
BOLD :   <cēne>   bold   --
6.161
BOLD :   <from>   bold, brave, splendid   --
1.158
BOLD :   <hwætt>   bold, valiant   --
9.317
BOLDLY :   <bald-līce>   boldly   --
6.145
BOND :   <clom>   bond, fetter; grasp   --
9.68
BOSOM :   <bearm>   bosom, lap   --
1.162
BOTH :   <bēgen>   both   --
6.100
BOTH :   <ge>   both...and, either...or   --
5.280, 5.282, 5.284, 5.342, 5.345
BOTH :   <ǣg-hwæðer>   both...and   --
5.279, 5.341
BRANDISH :   <ācweccan, ācwehte, ācweht>   shake, brandish; quiver   --
6.142
BRAVE :   <dēor>   brave, valiant   --
9.323
BRAVE :   <from>   bold, brave, splendid   --
1.158
BRAVE :   <stīð>   stiff, stern, brave   --
6.66
BRAVELY :   <unwāclīce>   bravely, unwaveringly   --
6.123
BREAK :   <gebrecan, gebræc, gebrǣcon, gebrocen>   break, destroy, subdue   --
6.8
BREAST :   <ferð-loca>   breast, heart, lit. spirit enclosure   --
8.108, 8.260
BREATH :   <blǣd>   breath, spirit, life   --
8.264
BRING :   <cennan, cennede, cenned>   beget, conceive, bring forth   --
1.88
BRING :   <gedōn>   act, do, bring to pass   --
5.340, 9.347
BRING :   <lǣdan, lǣde, lǣded>   lead, bring   --
7.17, 10.171
BRITISH :   <Bryttisc>   British   --
3.127
BROAD :   <brād>   broad, open   --
4.97, 4.117, 4.120, 4.132, 4.154, 4.173, 4.193, 4.491, 10.16
BROOCH :   <sigle>   brooch, jewel, necklace   --
10.58
BROTHER :   <gebrōþor>   brother   --
6.102
BUILD :   <betimbran, betimbrede, betimbred>   build, construct   --
10.28
BUILD :   <timbran, timbrede, timbred>   build, construct   --
5.223, 5.235
BURST :   <springan, sprang, sprungon, sprungen>   spring, burst forth, spread   --
1.140
BUT :   <ac>   and, but, however   --
3.116, 5.60, 6.219
BUT :   <hwæðere>   but, yet, however   --
2.216
BY :   <be>   at, by, near   --
2.51, 2.153, 4.412, 5.208, 5.347, 6.222, 6.226, 7.105, 9.7, 9.50
BY :   <gelǣstan, gelǣste, gelǣset>   serve, stand by   --
1.174
BY :   <gewunian, gewunode, gewunod>   remain with, stand by   --
1.168
BY :   <þurh>   through, by (means of)   --
2.49, 2.144, 7.52
BYRHTWOLD :   <Byrhtwold>   Byrhtwold   --
6.133
CA :   <Cædmon>   Ca|edmon   --
2.164
CALAMITY. :   <bealu-sīð>   peril, calamity. lit. harm-journey   --
9.219
CALL :   <hātan, heht, hēton, hāten>   call, name; order   --
4.328, 4.367, 5.232, 5.358, 7.12
CALL :   <nemnan, nemde, nemed>   name, call   --
2.156, 5.186
CAMP :   <wician, wīcode, wīcod>   camp, lodge   --
4.391
CAN :   <cunnan, cann, cunnon, cūðe>   can, know how to   --
2.181, 2.199
CARE :   <cear>   care, sorrow   --
8.60
CARE :   <cearu>   care, grief, sorrow   --
9.71, 10.121
CARE :   <heord>   care, custody   --
2.111
CARE-PLACE :   <cear-seld>   place of sorrow, care-place   --
9.27
CARNAGE :   <wæl>   carnage; battlefield   --
6.55, 6.84
CARNAGE :   <wælsleaht>   slaughter, carnage   --
8.43
CARRY :   <beran, bær, bǣron, boren>   bear, carry   --
4.285
CATTLE :   <cēap>   cattle   --
5.71
CATTLE :   <feoh>   cattle, goods, money   --
3.99, 3.231
CATTLE :   <feoh-lēas>   moneyless, lit. without cattle   --
5.31
CATTLE-GIFT :   <feoh-gift>   money-, lit. cattle-gift   --
1.159
CAUSE :   <intinga>   cause, reason   --
2.43
CEOLMUND :   <Cēolmund>   Ceolmund   --
5.117
CERTAIN :   <sum>   some, a certain   --
2.93, 2.141, 4.50, 4.170, 4.190, 5.15, 5.18, 5.111, 5.264, 5.268, 5.325
CHAMBER :   <hord-cofa>   treasure chamber, lit. hoard cove   --
8.113
CHANNEL :   <ædre>   artery, channel   --
7.131
CHEER :   <byldan, bylde, bylded>   cheer, encourage   --
6.244
CHEER :   <frēfran, frēfrede, frēfred>   cheer, comfort   --
8.218, 9.198
CHILD :   <bearn>   child   --
2.321, 6.52, 6.242, 7.98, 7.174, 10.110
CHILL :   <frēorig>   chill, cold, freezing   --
8.261
CLEARLY :   <sweotole>   clearly, plainly   --
8.79
CLEVER :   <fore-snotor>   clever, prudent   --
10.41
CLIFF :   <clif>   cliff   --
9.51
CLIFF :   <hlið>   cliff, hill   --
10.11
CLIFF :   <stān-clif>   stony cliff   --
9.174
CLOSE :   <belūcan, belēac, belucon, belocen>   close, lock, shut   --
3.210, 7.65, 7.284
COLD :   <ceald>   cold   --
9.60, 9.67, 9.251
COLD :   <frēorig>   chill, cold, freezing   --
8.261
COME :   <cuman, cwōm, cwōmon, cumen>   come   --
1.172, 4.453, 5.330
COMFORT :   <frēfran, frēfrede, frēfred>   cheer, comfort   --
8.218, 9.198
COMMAND :   <bebēodan, bebēad, bebudon, beboden>   command, instruct   --
2.116
COMMAND :   <bēodan, bēad, budon, boden>   bid, command, offer   --
3.297
COMMAND :   <hǣs>   behest, command   --
7.107
COMMOTION :   <gelāc>   tumult, commotion   --
9.269
COMPANION :   <gefēra>   companion, comrade   --
3.320, 3.349, 8.239
COMPANION :   <genēat>   companion, retainer   --
6.140
COMPANION :   <wilgesīð>   dear companion   --
1.169
COMPLETELY :   <ful>   fully, completely   --
6.144, 8.28, 9.181
COMPOSE :   <singan, sang, sungon, sungen>   sing, compose   --
2.53, 2.165, 2.184, 2.220, 2.233, 2.243, 2.263, 9.162
COMRADE :   <gefēra>   companion, comrade   --
3.320, 3.349, 8.239
CONCEAL :   <bewrēon, biwrāh, biwrigon, biwrigen>   cover, conceal   --
8.179
CONCEAL :   <ðeccan, ðeahte, ðeaht>   cover, conceal   --
7.172
CONCEALMENT :   <heolstor>   cover, concealment   --
8.178
CONCEIVE :   <cennan, cennede, cenned>   beget, conceive, bring forth   --
1.88
CONCEPTION :   <mōdgeþonc>   conception, purpose   --
2.299
CONFIDANT :   <gehola>   friend, confidant, protector   --
8.246
CONSECRATE :   <segnian, segnade, segnad>   bless, consecrate   --
7.75, 7.275
CONSOLATION :   <frōfor>   relief, solace, consolation   --
1.49, 1.97
CONSTRUCT :   <betimbran, betimbrede, betimbred>   build, construct   --
10.28
CONSTRUCT :   <bewyrcan, beworhte, beworht>   work, construct, cover   --
10.37
CONSTRUCT :   <timbran, timbrede, timbred>   build, construct   --
5.223, 5.235
CORN :   <corn>   corn, grain   --
9.250
COUNCIL :   <gemōt>   meeting, council, assembly   --
6.67
COUNTRY :   <lond>   land, realm, country   --
3.233, 4.9, 4.71, 4.94, 4.212, 4.222, 4.234, 4.237, 4.291, 4.364, 4.413, 4.439, 4.450, 4.481, 4.532, 5.95, 5.206, 5.420
COURAGE :   <ellen>   valor, courage   --
1.16
COURAGE :   <ellen-weorc>   work of courage   --
10.143
COURT :   <hof>   court; dwelling   --
7.187
COVE :   <hord-cofa>   treasure chamber, lit. hoard cove   --
8.113
COVER :   <bewrēon, biwrāh, biwrigon, biwrigen>   cover, conceal   --
8.179
COVER :   <bewyrcan, beworhte, beworht>   work, construct, cover   --
10.37
COVER :   <heolstor>   cover, concealment   --
8.178
COVER :   <nihts-cūa>   night's cover   --
9.240
COVER :   <wrēon, wrāh, wrigon, wrigen>   hide, cover   --
7.170, 7.247
COVER :   <ðeccan, ðeahte, ðeaht>   cover, conceal   --
7.172
COW :   <nēat>   ox, cow   --
2.108
CREATE :   <gescieppan, gescōp, gescōpon, gesceapen>   shape, create   --
2.319, 5.302
CREATION :   <frumsceaft>   creation   --
2.245
CREATOR :   <metod>   creator   --
2.295, 7.191, 8.10
CREATOR :   <scieppend>   shaper, creator   --
2.267, 2.326, 7.278
CRINGE :   <cringan, crong, crungon, crungen>   cringe, yield; die   --
6.81
CRINGE :   <gecringan, gecranc, gecrungon, gecrungen>   cringe, fall, perish   --
6.278
CROWD :   <þringan, þrong, þrungon, þrungen>   throng, crowd, press   --
7.129, 9.61
CROWN :   <bēag>   ring, crown   --
10.56
CRUEL :   <rēðe>   fierce, cruel   --
7.158, 7.221
CRUEL :   <slīðen>   cruel, dire, evil   --
8.235
CRUEL :   <wællgrim>   fierce, cruel   --
7.222
CRUSH :   <gebrocian, gebrocede, gebroced>   crush; hurt, afflict   --
5.59, 5.65
CRY :   <gebǣre>   cry, behavior   --
3.70
CURLEW :   <hwilpe>   curlew? water-bird   --
9.156
CURRENT :   <ēagor-strēam>   sea-stream, current   --
7.133
CUSTODY :   <heord>   care, custody   --
2.111
CUSTOM :   <ðēaw>   habit, custom   --
8.97
CUT :   <forhēawan, forhēow, forhēowon, forhēawen>   hew, cut down   --
6.182
CUT :   <hēawan, hēow, hēowon, hēawen>   hew, cut down, kill   --
6.271
CWENA :   <Cwēnas>   Cwenas, Cwena people   --
4.236, 4.246, 4.287
CWENAS :   <Cwēnas>   Cwenas, Cwena people   --
4.236, 4.246, 4.287
DANISH :   <Denisc>   Danish   --
5.305
DANISH :   <Scedeland>   Danish land   --
1.143
DARE :   <durran, dearr, durron, dorste>   dare   --
8.78
DARK :   <nīpan, nāp, nipon, nipen>   grow dark, obscure   --
9.239
DARK :   <sweart>   dark, black, swarthy   --
7.134
DARK :   <wonn>   dark   --
7.176
DAWN :   <ūhta>   dawn, twilight   --
8.57
DAY :   <dæg>   day   --
4.199, 4.394, 7.208, 10.31
DAY :   <geswinc-dæg>   day of toil   --
9.16
DEADLY :   <wæl-spere>   deadly spear   --
6.259
DEAR :   <dȳre>   dear, beloved   --
7.109
DEAR :   <lēof>   lief, dear, beloved   --
3.276, 6.228, 8.245
DEAR :   <wilgesīð>   dear companion   --
1.169
DEAR :   <wine-mǣg>   dear-, lit. friend-kinsman   --
6.113, 8.44, 9.108
DEATH :   <hryre>   death, fall, ruin   --
8.45, 10.185
DECISION :   <dōm>   doom, decision; glory   --
3.230
DEED :   <dǣd>   deed, action   --
9.321
DEED :   <lof-dǣd>   praiseworthy deed   --
1.182
DEED :   <weorc>   work, deed   --
2.300
DEEDS :   <eorlscipe>   nobility, heroic deeds   --
10.140
DEEM :   <dēman, dēmde, dēmed>   deem, judge; praise   --
2.44, 10.145
DEFEND :   <werian, werede, wered>   wear; defend, protect   --
3.21
DEITY :   <God>   God, Deity   --
1.93, 2.266, 5.54, 7.106
DELIGHT :   <wynn>   joy, delight   --
8.222, 8.286, 9.215
DELUGE :   <flōd>   flood, deluge   --
7.245
DENY :   <oftēon, oftēah, oftugon, oftogen>   deny, deprive   --
1.32
DEPART :   <forð-fēran, forð-fērde, forð-fēred>   die, depart, lit. go forth   --
5.97
DEPART :   <gewītan, gewāt, gewiton, gewiten>   depart, go   --
2.195, 7.8
DEPRESSED :   <hēan>   abject, depressed, miserable   --
8.189, 9.266
DEPRIVE :   <bedrēosan, bedrēas, bedruron, bedroren>   bereave, deprive of   --
9.109
DEPRIVE :   <bedǣlan, bidǣlde, bidǣled>   deprive, release   --
8.167
DEPRIVE :   <oftēon, oftēah, oftugon, oftogen>   deny, deprive   --
1.32
DESIRE :   <gesēcan, gesōhte, gesōht>   seek, desire   --
9.293
DESIRE :   <lust>   lust, desire, pleasure   --
9.281
DESIRE :   <sēcan, sōhte, sōht>   seek, desire   --
8.196
DESPISE :   <hȳnan, hȳnde, hȳned>   despise, injure, insult   --
6.273
DESTINY :   <wyrd>   fate, destiny   --
8.26, 8.128
DESTITUTE :   <fēasceaft>   poor, destitute   --
1.38
DESTITUTE :   <fēasceaftig>   poor, destitute   --
9.196
DESTROY :   <gebrecan, gebræc, gebrǣcon, gebrocen>   break, destroy, subdue   --
6.8
DESTROY :   <ofslean, ofslōh, ofslōgon, ofslægen>   slay, destroy   --
3.56, 3.156, 3.196, 3.354, 3.378, 5.444, 5.462
DEVONIANS :   <Defenas>   Devonians, Devonshire   --
5.344
DEVONSHIRE :   <Defenas>   Devonians, Devonshire   --
5.344
DEWEY-FEATHERED :   <ūrig-feðera>   lit. dewey-feathered   --
9.186
DIE :   <cringan, crong, crungon, crungen>   cringe, yield; die   --
6.81
DIE :   <forð-fēran, forð-fērde, forð-fēred>   die, depart, lit. go forth   --
5.97
DIMINISH :   <lȳtlian, lȳtlode, lȳtlod>   lessen, diminish   --
6.169
DIRE :   <atol>   dire, repulsive   --
9.29
DIRE :   <fyren-ðearf>   dire distress   --
1.105
DIRE :   <slīðen>   cruel, dire, evil   --
8.235
DIRECT :   <wealdan, wēold, wēoldon, wealden>   wield, direct   --
7.162
DISEASE :   <cwild>   disease, plague, pestilence   --
5.72
DISGRACEFULLY :   <unhēanlīce>   not disgracefully, not ignobly   --
3.19
DISHONORABLE :   <ārlēas>   base, dishonorable, wicked   --
7.234
DISPERSE :   <tō-faran, tō-fōr, tō-fōron, tō-faren>   disperse, separate   --
5.12
DISTINGUISHED :   <geðungen>   grown, excellent, distinguished   --
5.185
DISTRESS :   <fyren-ðearf>   dire distress   --
1.105
DISTRESS :   <sorg>   sorrow, grief, distress   --
8.237, 9.342
DISTRIBUTOR :   <brytta>   giver, distributor   --
8.200
DISTRICT :   <scīr>   shire, district, division   --
4.327
DISTURBANCE :   <unstilnes>   disturbance, tumult   --
3.76
DIVISION :   <scīr>   shire, district, division   --
4.327
DO :   <dōn>   do, make   --
2.95, 9.148, 10.55
DO :   <fremman, fremede, fremed>   do, perform   --
1.17
DO :   <gedōn>   act, do, bring to pass   --
5.340, 9.347
DOOM :   <dōm>   doom, decision; glory   --
3.230
DOOMED :   <fǣge>   doomed, fated   --
6.16, 7.205
DOOR :   <duru>   door   --
3.15
DORCHESTER :   <Dorce-ceastre>   Dorchester   --
5.148
DOWN :   <forhēawan, forhēow, forhēowon, forhēawen>   hew, cut down   --
6.182
DOWN :   <hēawan, hēow, hēowon, hēawen>   hew, cut down, kill   --
6.271
DRAW :   <nēalǣcan, nēalǣcte, nēalǣced>   approach, draw near   --
2.67
DREAM :   <swefn>   dream   --
2.145
DREARILY :   <drēorig>   drearily, sadly   --
8.198
DREARY :   <drēorig>   dreary, sad   --
8.145
DRIVE :   <cnossian, cnossode, cnossod>   drive, pitch   --
9.52
DRY :   <drȳge>   dry   --
5.407
DUST :   <grēot>   grit, dust, earth   --
6.185, 10.84
DWELL :   <būan, būde, bȳne>   dwell, live   --
4.333, 4.347
DWELL :   <eardian, eardode, eardod>   live, dwell   --
4.82
DWELL :   <wunian, wunode, wunod>   dwell, live, remain   --
9.105
DWELLING :   <geard>   yard, enclosure; dwelling   --
1.91
DWELLING :   <hof>   court; dwelling   --
7.187
EACH :   <gehwylc>   each, every one   --
3.98, 8.58, 9.283
EACH :   <gehwā>   each, everyone   --
1.186, 2.305
EADULF :   <Ēadulf>   Eadulf   --
5.150
EAGER :   <lof-georn>   eager for praise   --
10.206
EAGLE :   <earn>   eagle   --
9.184
EALDWOLD :   <Ealdwold>   Ealdwold   --
6.97
EARL :   <eorl>   earl, nobleman, warrior   --
1.34, 8.95, 10.78
EARTH :   <eorð>   earth   --
2.320, 6.87, 7.262, 9.249, 9.307, 10.80
EARTH :   <folde>   earth, ground   --
2.336, 8.263, 9.96
EARTH :   <grund>   ground, earth   --
7.255
EARTH :   <grēot>   grit, dust, earth   --
6.185, 10.84
EARTH :   <hrūse>   earth, ground   --
8.177, 9.244
EARTH-STEPPER :   <eard-stapa>   wanderer, lit. earth-stepper   --
8.39
EARTHLY :   <worold-cyning>   earthly king   --
10.198
EAST :   <wið ēastan>   to the east   --
4.65
EAST :   <Ēast-Engle>   East Angles, East Anglia   --
5.17, 5.201
EAST :   <Ēast-Seaxan>   East Saxons, Essex   --
5.132
EASTWARD :   <ēast-weard>   eastward   --
4.96, 4.111
EASY :   <lēoht>   light, easy   --
4.315
EDMON :   <Cædmon>   Ca|edmon   --
2.164
EGULF :   <Ecgulf>   Egulf   --
5.168
EITHER :   <ge>   both...and, either...or   --
5.280, 5.282, 5.284, 5.342, 5.345
EITHER :   <āhwæþer>   either   --
4.27
ELDER :   <ealdor>   elder, parent, prince   --
1.111, 6.180
ELEGY :   <wordgyd>   lay, elegy   --
10.126
ELHARD :   <Ealhheard>   Elhard   --
5.145
EMPLOY :   <nēotan, nēat, nudon, noden>   use, employ   --
6.125
ENCLOSURE :   <burg>   enclosure, stonghold   --
3.191, 9.218
ENCLOSURE :   <ferð-loca>   breast, heart, lit. spirit enclosure   --
8.108, 8.260
ENCLOSURE :   <geard>   yard, enclosure; dwelling   --
1.91
ENCOURAGE :   <byldan, bylde, bylded>   cheer, encourage   --
6.244
ENCOURAGE :   <trymian, trymede, trymed>   exhort, encourage   --
6.104
ENDURE :   <bīdan, bād, bidon, biden>   bide, endure, remain   --
9.230
ENDURE :   <drēogan, drēag, drugon, drogen>   endure, suffer   --
1.110
ENDURE :   <ðolian, ðolade, ðolad>   endure, hold out   --
6.121
ENDURE :   <ðrōwian, ðrōwade, ðrōwad>   endure, suffer   --
9.19
ENEMY :   <here>   (enemy) army   --
5.14, 5.53, 5.199
ENEMY :   <sceaða>   enemy, warrior   --
1.27
ENGLISH :   <Angel-cynn>   English, lit. Angle kin   --
5.56
ENMITY :   <nīð>   enmity, hostility   --
7.219
ENRAGE :   <gegremian, gegremode, gegremod>   enrage   --
6.12
ENTERTAIN :   <wennan, wenede, wened>   accustom; entertain (joyfully)   --
8.283
ENTERTAINMENT :   <gomen>   pastime, pleasure, entertainment   --
9.152
ENTICE :   <wēman, wēmde, wēmed>   attract, entice, treat   --
8.220
ENTIRELY :   <eall>   all, entirely   --
8.287
ERE :   <ǣr>   ere, before, formerly   --
1.36, 1.109, 2.318, 3.178, 3.324, 4.427, 5.222, 6.49, 10.65, 10.95
ESCAPE :   <oðwindan, oðwand, oðwundon, oðwunden>   escape   --
5.448
ESSEX :   <Ēast-Seaxan>   East Saxons, Essex   --
5.132
ESTABLISH :   <gesettan, gesette, geseted>   set (out), appoint, establish   --
2.11, 2.135
ESTABLISH :   <onstellan, onstealde, onsteled>   establish, institute   --
2.309
ESTEEM :   <eahtian, eahtode, eahtod>   praise, esteem   --
10.139
ESTEEM :   <onmunan, onman, onmunon, onmunde>   esteem, remember, think worthy   --
3.344
ESTUARY :   <mūða>   mouth of a river, estuary   --
5.379, 5.405, 5.439
ETERNAL :   <ēce>   eternal, everlasting   --
2.306, 2.331
EVEN :   <ðēah ðe>   although, even if   --
8.12
EVEN :   <ēac>   also, even, moreover   --
5.180, 5.285, 5.459, 7.123
EVER :   <simle>   ever, always   --
3.118, 4.99
EVER :   <ā>   always, ever   --
6.193, 9.339
EVER :   <ǣfre>   ever, always   --
2.22, 2.275, 3.283
EVERLASTING :   <ēce>   eternal, everlasting   --
2.306, 2.331
EVERY :   <gehwylc>   each, every one   --
3.98, 8.58, 9.283
EVERY :   <gehwær>   on every side, everywhere   --
7.132
EVERY :   <ǣghwilc>   all, every   --
1.58
EVERYONE :   <gehwā>   each, everyone   --
1.186, 2.305
EVERYWHERE :   <gehwær>   on every side, everywhere   --
7.132
EVERYWHERE :   <wel hwǣr>   almost everywhere   --
5.346
EVIL :   <slīðen>   cruel, dire, evil   --
8.235
EVIL :   <yfel>   evil, mischief, wickedness   --
5.339
EXCEEDINGLY :   <swīðe>   very, exceedingly   --
3.131, 4.11, 4.14, 4.52, 4.270, 4.310, 4.314, 4.474, 5.64, 5.83, 5.207, 5.214, 7.202
EXCELLENT :   <geðungen>   grown, excellent, distinguished   --
5.185
EXCELLENT :   <gōd>   good, excellent   --
1.75, 1.156, 6.183, 9.312
EXCEPT :   <būton>   unless; except (that)   --
5.306
EXCEPT :   <būton>   without, except for   --
3.125, 3.394, 5.463, 9.133
EXCESSIVELY :   <forswīðe>   utterly, excessively   --
5.58
EXHAUSTED :   <wērig>   weary, exhausted   --
6.83, 8.127, 9.226
EXHORT :   <lǣran, lǣrde, lǣred>   teach, advise, exhort   --
6.147
EXHORT :   <manian, manode, manod>   warn, exhort, admonish   --
9.279
EXHORT :   <trymian, trymede, trymed>   exhort, encourage   --
6.104
EXILE :   <wrecca>   wretch, exile   --
9.106
EXILE :   <wræc-lāst>   path of exile, lit. misery track   --
8.25, 8.256
EXIST :   <bēon>   be, become, exist   --
2.281, 4.47, 4.95, 4.114, 4.151, 4.209, 4.358, 4.426, 4.448, 4.490, 4.506, 5.314, 8.27, 8.93, 8.236, 10.156
EXIST :   <is>   be, become, exist   --
4.269, 4.434, 6.212, 8.69, 9.302
EXPERIENCE :   <cunnian, cunnode, cunnod>   seek, explore, experience   --
8.233, 9.271
EXPERIENCE :   <gebīdan, gebād, gebidon, gebiden>   remain; await; experience; attain   --
1.50, 8.9, 9.22, 9.216
EXPERIENCED :   <frōd>   old, wise, experienced   --
6.213
EXPLORE :   <cunnian, cunnode, cunnod>   seek, explore, experience   --
8.233, 9.271
EXTEND :   <licgan, læg, lǣgon, legen>   lie, extend, be situated   --
3.124, 3.197, 4.34, 4.62, 4.524, 6.56, 6.178, 6.230
EXTENSIVE :   <sīd>   wide, extensive   --
7.254
EXTOL :   <herian, herede, hered>   praise, extol   --
2.292, 10.162
FAIL :   <gedrēosan, gedrēas, gedruron, gedroren>   fall, fail   --
8.288
FAIR :   <ambyr>   favorable, fair   --
4.396
FAIRLY :   <fæger>   fairly, beautifully   --
9.97
FALL :   <feallan, fēoll, fēollon, feallen>   fall, flow   --
4.473, 6.85, 9.247
FALL :   <gecringan, gecranc, gecrungon, gecrungen>   cringe, fall, perish   --
6.278
FALL :   <gedrēosan, gedrēas, gedruron, gedroren>   fall, fail   --
8.288
FALL :   <hryre>   death, fall, ruin   --
8.45, 10.185
FALL :   <onslǣpan, onslēp, onslēpon, onslǣpen>   fall asleep   --
2.137
FAMOUS :   <brēme>   famous, renowned   --
1.137
FAR :   <feor>   far (from)   --
8.169, 8.203, 9.289
FAR :   <>   until, up to, as far as   --
4.220
FAR :   <wīde>   widely, far   --
1.139, 10.18
FAST :   <fæste>   fast, firmly, securely   --
6.69, 8.109, 8.151
FASTENING :   <gebind>   band, binding, fastening   --
8.195
FATE :   <wyrd>   fate, destiny   --
8.26, 8.128
FATED :   <fǣge>   doomed, fated   --
6.16, 7.205
FATHER :   <fæder>   father   --
1.161, 2.301
FAVOR :   <giefu>   gift, favor   --
9.310
FAVOR :   <milts>   mercy, favor, kindness   --
8.11
FAVOR :   <ār>   honor, favor   --
8.8
FAVORABLE :   <ambyr>   favorable, fair   --
4.396
FAVORABLE :   <hold>   gracious, favorable   --
9.336
FEAST :   <gebēorscipe>   feast, beer party   --
2.38, 2.102, 2.190
FEAST :   <symbel>   feast   --
2.75
FEAST :   <wist>   feast, food, provision   --
8.285
FERVID :   <hāt>   hot, fervid   --
9.73
FETTER :   <clom>   bond, fetter; grasp   --
9.68
FETTER :   <fetor>   fetter, shackle   --
8.170
FIERCE :   <hrēo>   fierce, wild, savage   --
7.248, 8.132
FIERCE :   <rēðe>   fierce, cruel   --
7.158, 7.221
FIERCE :   <wællgrim>   fierce, cruel   --
7.222
FIGHT :   <feohtan, feaht, fuhton, fohten>   fight   --
3.52, 3.119, 3.369, 6.34
FIND :   <findan, fond, fundon, funden>   find   --
1.39, 8.206, 10.43
FIND :   <mētan, mētte, mēted>   meet, find   --
3.192
FIND :   <onfindan, onfond, onfundon, onfunden>   find out, realize   --
3.71
FINNS :   <Finnas>   Finns   --
4.83
FIRE :   <brand>   fire, flame   --
10.34
FIRMLY :   <fæste>   fast, firmly, securely   --
6.69, 8.109, 8.151
FIRST :   <forma>   first   --
6.269
FITTING :   <gedēfe>   fitting, seemly   --
10.155
FIVE :   <fīf>   five   --
5.464
FLAME :   <brand>   fire, flame   --
10.34
FLEE :   <flēogan, flēag, flugon, flogen>   flee, fly   --
9.121
FLEE :   <forbūgan, forbēah, forbugon, forbogen>   flee from   --
6.294
FLESH :   <līc-homa>   body, flesh   --
10.170
FLOOD :   <flōd>   flood, deluge   --
7.245
FLOW :   <feallan, fēoll, fēollon, feallen>   fall, flow   --
4.473, 6.85, 9.247
FLY :   <flēogan, flēag, flugon, flogen>   flee, fly   --
9.121
FOLK :   <folc>   folk, people   --
1.95, 6.268, 7.206
FOLLOW :   <folgian, folgode, folgod>   follow, obey, serve   --
3.286
FOOD :   <wist>   feast, food, provision   --
8.285
FOOD-GIVER :   <æt-gifa>   food-giver   --
7.46
FOOT :   <fōt>   foot   --
9.63
FOOTPRINT :   <lāst>   track, footprint   --
9.107
FOR :   <>   as, for   --
7.35, 7.44
FORCE :   <wrecan, wræc, wræcon, wrecen>   wreak, force; tell, utter   --
7.190, 7.233, 9.11, 10.127
FOREIGN :   <elðēodig>   alien, foreign, strange   --
9.291
FORMERLY :   <ǣr>   ere, before, formerly   --
1.36, 1.109, 2.318, 3.178, 3.324, 4.427, 5.222, 6.49, 10.65, 10.95
FORTH :   <cennan, cennede, cenned>   beget, conceive, bring forth   --
1.88
FORTH :   <forð>   forth, thence   --
6.25, 10.167
FORTH :   <forð-fēran, forð-fērde, forð-fēred>   die, depart, lit. go forth   --
5.97
FORTH :   <springan, sprang, sprungon, sprungen>   spring, burst forth, spread   --
1.140
FORTY :   <fēowertig>   forty   --
7.207
FREE :   <frēo-mǣg>   noble (lit. free) kinsman   --
8.168
FREEZING :   <frēorig>   chill, cold, freezing   --
8.261
FREQUENTLY :   <oft>   often, frequently   --
1.25, 2.36, 3.410, 6.14, 6.255, 8.5, 8.53, 8.146, 8.164, 9.18, 9.41, 9.182, 9.227
FRESH :   <fersc>   fresh   --
4.273
FRESH :   <nīwe>   new, fresh   --
5.366
FRIEND :   <gehola>   friend, confidant, protector   --
8.246
FRIEND-KINSMAN :   <wine-mǣg>   dear-, lit. friend-kinsman   --
6.113, 8.44, 9.108
FRIEND-LESS :   <frēond-lēas>   friend-less   --
8.217
FRIEND-LORD :   <wine-dryhten>   lit. friend-lord   --
10.160
FRISIAN :   <Frēsisc>   Frisian   --
5.301
FROM :   <fram>   from   --
2.73, 6.199, 6.215, 7.120, 7.261
FROM :   <of>   from, of   --
2.188, 5.421, 7.130, 7.236, 10.169
FRONT :   <for-faran, for-fōr, for-fōron, for-faren>   obstruct, get in front of   --
5.376
FRONT :   <foran>   before, in front   --
5.380
FROST :   <forst>   frost   --
9.65
FROSTY :   <hrīm-ceald>   ice-cold, frosty   --
8.22
FULL :   <nearu>   narrow; full of hardship   --
9.43
FULLY :   <ful>   fully, completely   --
6.144, 8.28, 9.181
FURTHER :   <gefremman, gefremede, gefremed>   advance, further   --
8.135
FURTHER :   <gēn>   still, yet, further   --
10.88
GANNET :   <ganot>   gannet, goose   --
9.153
GATE :   <geat>   gate   --
3.207, 3.368
GEAT :   <Gēat>   Geat   --
10.182
GENTLE :   <milde>   mild, gentle   --
10.200
GENTLE :   <monðwǣre>   kind, gentle   --
10.202
GET :   <begietan, begeat, begēaton, begieten>   get, acquire   --
5.36, 9.42
GET :   <for-faran, for-fōr, for-fōron, for-faren>   obstruct, get in front of   --
5.376
GIFT :   <giefu>   gift, favor   --
9.310
GIVE :   <forgifan, forgeaf, forgēafon, forgiefen>   give, grant   --
1.127
GIVER :   <brytta>   giver, distributor   --
8.200
GLORY :   <duguð>   host, body of retainers; glory   --
7.108, 10.144
GLORY :   <dōm>   doom, decision; glory   --
3.230
GLORY :   <weorðmynd>   glory, honor, reverence   --
1.54
GLORY :   <wuldor>   glory, praise   --
1.124, 2.301, 7.231
GLORY :   <þrymm>   glory, renown   --
1.11
GLORY-DESIROUS :   <dōm-georn>   lit. glory-desirous   --
8.144
GO :   <faran, fōr, fōron, faren>   go, ride, travel   --
5.41, 5.361, 5.391
GO :   <forð-fēran, forð-fērde, forð-fēred>   die, depart, lit. go forth   --
5.97
GO :   <fēran, fērde, fēred>   go, travel   --
9.286
GO :   <gefaran, gefōr, gefōron, gefaren>   go, proceed   --
7.43
GO :   <gewītan, gewāt, gewiton, gewiten>   depart, go   --
2.195, 7.8
GO :   <gongan, gēong, gēongon, gongen>   go, walk   --
2.106
GO :   <gān>   go, walk, move   --
2.78, 2.192, 3.16, 3.215, 3.305, 6.27, 6.270
GO :   <wendan, wende, wended>   wend, turn, go   --
6.202
GO :   <ā-gān>   pass, occur, lit. away go   --
5.422
GOD :   <God>   God, Deity   --
1.93, 2.266, 5.54, 7.106
GODRIC :   <Godrīc>   Godric   --
6.245, 6.290
GODSON :   <godsunu>   godson   --
3.400
GOLD :   <gold>   gold   --
8.259, 10.82
GOLD-FRIEND :   <gold-wine>   lit. gold-friend   --
8.175, 8.282
GOOD :   <gōd>   good, excellent   --
1.75, 1.156, 6.183, 9.312
GOODS :   <feoh>   cattle, goods, money   --
3.99, 3.231
GOOSE :   <ganot>   gannet, goose   --
9.153
GOTH :   <Got-land>   Goth land   --
4.507
GRACE :   <ðanc>   thanks, grace, mercy   --
5.55
GRACIOUS :   <hold>   gracious, favorable   --
9.336
GRACIOUS :   <līðe>   kind, gracious   --
10.204
GRAIN :   <corn>   corn, grain   --
9.250
GRANT :   <forgifan, forgeaf, forgēafon, forgiefen>   give, grant   --
1.127
GRANT :   <gelīefan, gelīefde, gelīefed>   grant; believe, trust   --
9.209
GRANT :   <unnan, ann, unnon, ūðe>   grant, bestow   --
3.239
GRASP :   <clom>   bond, fetter; grasp   --
9.68
GRASP :   <grīpan, grāp, gripon, gripen>   grasp, seize   --
7.203
GRASP :   <ongietan, ongeat, ongēaton, ongieten>   grasp, understand   --
1.106, 3.7
GRAZE :   <ettan, ettede, etted>   graze, pasture   --
4.29
GREAT :   <micel>   much, great   --
3.346, 4.271, 4.475, 5.269, 5.338
GREAT :   <>   great, stout   --
6.165
GREET :   <grētan, grētte, grēted>   greet, approach   --
2.150
GRIEF :   <cearu>   care, grief, sorrow   --
9.71, 10.121
GRIEF :   <sorg>   sorrow, grief, distress   --
8.237, 9.342
GRIT :   <grēot>   grit, dust, earth   --
6.185, 10.84
GROUND :   <folde>   earth, ground   --
2.336, 8.263, 9.96
GROUND :   <grund>   ground, earth   --
7.255
GROUND :   <hrūse>   earth, ground   --
8.177, 9.244
GROW :   <nīpan, nāp, nipon, nipen>   grow dark, obscure   --
9.239
GROW :   <weaxan, wēox, wēoxon, wēaxen>   wax, grow   --
1.51
GROWN :   <geðungen>   grown, excellent, distinguished   --
5.185
GUARD :   <warian, warode, warod>   guard, protect, occupy   --
8.254
GUARD :   <weard>   ward, guard, keeper   --
2.294, 2.330, 7.67
HABIT :   <ðēaw>   habit, custom   --
8.97
HAIL :   <hagol>   hail   --
9.119, 9.246
HAIL :   <hālettan, hālette, hāleted>   hail, salute   --
2.148
HALF :   <healf>   half, part, side   --
4.216, 4.510, 6.223
HALL :   <sele>   hall, house   --
8.197
HALL :   <sele-secg>   retainer, lit. hall hero   --
8.274
HAMPSHIRE :   <Hāmtūn-scīr>   Hampshire   --
5.136
HAND :   <hond>   hand   --
8.21
HAND :   <mund>   hand   --
7.70
HANG :   <behōn, behēng, behēngon, behongen>   hang round   --
9.117
HAPPEN :   <limpan, lamp, lumpon, lumpen>   befall, happen   --
9.98
HAPPEN :   <weorðan, wearð, wurdon, worden>   become, happen   --
1.37, 3.84, 6.6, 10.172
HAPPEN :   <wesan>   be, happen   --
1.74, 1.86, 1.136, 2.5, 2.17, 2.41, 2.105, 2.113, 2.215, 3.51, 3.120, 3.133, 3.152, 3.157, 3.255, 3.277, 3.322, 3.328, 3.355, 3.370, 3.385, 3.397, 3.409, 4.10, 4.147, 5.32, 5.62, 5.96, 5.110, 5.249, 5.278, 5.297, 5.415, 5.458, 6.43, 6.65, 6.138, 6.286, 7.156, 7.220, 9.62, 10.13, 10.96, 10.197
HAPPINESS :   <bliss>   bliss, joy, happiness   --
2.42
HARANGUE :   <maðelian, maðelode, maðelod>   speak, address, harangue   --
6.134
HARASS :   <dreccan, drehte, dreht>   afflict, harass   --
5.197
HARBOR :   <port>   port, harbor   --
4.360
HARDSHIP :   <earfeðe>   hardship, suffering   --
8.40
HARDSHIP :   <nearu>   narrow; full of hardship   --
9.43
HARDSHIP-TIME :   <earfoð-hwīl>   lit. hardship-time   --
9.17
HARM-JOURNEY :   <bealu-sīð>   peril, calamity. lit. harm-journey   --
9.219
HARP :   <hearpe>   harp   --
2.52, 2.65
HARRY :   <hergian, hergode, gehergod>   harry, raid, ravage   --
4.247, 4.297, 7.188
HASTEN :   <rǣsan, rǣsde, rǣsed>   rush, hasten   --
3.31
HASTY :   <hraðe>   quick, hasty   --
3.86
HAUGHTY :   <mōd-wlonc>   haughty, lit. mood-proud   --
9.304
HAVE :   <habban, hæfde, hæfd>   have, possess   --
3.57, 3.211, 4.309, 4.395, 5.51, 5.265, 7.39, 7.90, 8.244, 9.23, 9.343, 10.69
HAVE :   <āgan, āh, āgon, āhte>   have, possess   --
9.213
HE :   <hē, hēo, hit>   he, she, it   --
1.47, 1.57, 1.108, 1.121, 1.164, 2.6, 2.16, 2.21, 2.34, 2.46, 2.62, 2.66, 2.70, 2.80, 2.90, 2.97, 2.112, 2.125, 2.131, 2.140, 2.147, 2.152, 2.154, 2.177, 2.208, 2.213, 2.229, 2.242, 2.254, 2.261, 2.274, 2.298, 2.303, 2.317, 3.12, 3.20, 3.23, 3.33, 3.35, 3.46, 3.54, 3.55, 3.95, 3.104, 3.106, 3.117, 3.122, 3.150, 3.160, 3.163, 3.168, 3.174, 3.176, 3.208, 3.226, 3.227, 3.228, 3.235, 3.236, 3.248, 3.251, 3.253, 3.258, 3.271, 3.273, 3.279, 3.282, 3.284, 3.298, 3.299, 3.302, 3.314, 3.319, 3.338, 3.340, 3.341, 3.364, 3.372, 3.383, 3.402, 3.403, 3.408, 4.5, 4.25, 4.112, 4.142, 4.145, 4.149, 4.259, 4.288, 4.308, 4.331, 4.341, 4.349, 4.377, 4.409, 4.425, 4.452, 5.33, 5.61, 5.181, 5.219, 5.308, 5.312, 5.377, 5.392, 5.398, 5.432, 6.42, 6.46, 6.50, 6.112, 6.117, 6.143, 6.240, 6.256, 6.265, 6.275, 7.5, 7.10, 7.22, 7.45, 7.48, 7.53, 7.63, 7.71, 7.96, 7.281, 8.6, 8.13, 8.75, 8.106, 8.107, 8.112, 8.116, 8.148, 8.242, 8.255, 8.273, 8.278, 8.281, 9.49, 9.94, 9.177, 9.208, 9.309, 9.320, 9.332, 9.333, 9.338, 9.340, 9.345, 10.39, 10.52, 10.86, 10.94, 10.142, 10.154, 10.159, 10.166, 10.196
HE :   <sē, sēo, ðæt>   he, she, it   --
1.84, 1.92, 2.210, 3.68, 3.130, 3.213, 3.256, 3.398, 4.489, 5.85, 5.248, 5.277, 5.457, 6.137, 6.196, 7.159, 8.208, 8.231, 9.211
HEAR :   <gefrīnan, gefrān, gefrūnon, gefrūnen>   learn, hear of   --
1.12
HEAR :   <gehīeran, gehīerede, gehīered>   hear (of)   --
2.277, 3.144, 9.132
HEAR :   <hīeran, hīerde, hīered>   hear, obey; belong   --
1.62
HEART :   <brēost-cofa>   heart, affections   --
8.149
HEART :   <ferð-loca>   breast, heart, lit. spirit enclosure   --
8.108, 8.260
HEART :   <heorte>   heart   --
6.159, 9.75, 9.262
HEART :   <hyge>   heart, mind, soul   --
6.155, 8.133
HEART-CARE :   <brēost-cearu>   anxiety, heart-care   --
9.21
HEARTH-COMPANION :   <heorð-genēat>   lit. hearth-companion   --
10.186
HEAVEN :   <heofon>   heaven, sky   --
2.322, 7.250
HEAVEN :   <heofon-rīce>   kingdom of heaven   --
2.293, 7.66
HEAVEN :   <rodor>   sky, heaven   --
7.121
HEAVEN :   <wolcen>   sky, heaven   --
1.53
HEEL :   <hōh>   heel; promontory   --
7.64
HEIR :   <eafora>   son, heir   --
1.85, 1.142, 7.16
HELGELAND :   <Hālgo-land>   Helgeland   --
4.329
HELP :   <helpe>   help, aid   --
8.134
HENCE :   <heonon>   hence   --
9.290
HERE :   <hider>   here, hither   --
2.194
HERE :   <hēr>   here   --
6.177
HERO :   <guma>   man, hero   --
1.155
HERO :   <sele-secg>   retainer, lit. hall hero   --
8.274
HEROIC :   <beadurōf>   bold, heroic   --
10.32
HEROIC :   <eorlscipe>   nobility, heroic deeds   --
10.140
HEW :   <forhēawan, forhēow, forhēowon, forhēawen>   hew, cut down   --
6.182
HEW :   <hēawan, hēow, hēowon, hēawen>   hew, cut down, kill   --
6.271
HIDE :   <wrēon, wrāh, wrigon, wrigen>   hide, cover   --
7.170, 7.247
HIGH :   <hēah>   high   --
5.286, 7.251, 10.14
HILL :   <beorg>   hill, mountain   --
7.252, 10.54
HILL :   <hlið>   cliff, hill   --
10.11
HITHER :   <hider>   here, hither   --
2.194
HOAR-FROST :   <hrīm>   rime, hoar-frost   --
9.243
HOARD :   <hord>   hoard, treasure   --
10.64
HOARD :   <hord-cofa>   treasure chamber, lit. hoard cove   --
8.113
HOLD :   <healdan, hēold, hēoldon, lealden>   hold, retain, preserve   --
8.111, 10.81
HOLD :   <ðolian, ðolade, ðolad>   endure, hold out   --
6.121
HOLY :   <hālig>   holy   --
2.325
HOME :   <eard>   home, land   --
9.292
HOME :   <hām>   home, homewards   --
2.77
HOME :   <ēðel>   home, native land   --
8.166
HOMEWARDS :   <hām>   home, homewards   --
2.77
HONOR :   <weorðmynd>   glory, honor, reverence   --
1.54
HONOR :   <worold-ār>   worldly honor   --
1.126
HONOR :   <ār>   honor, favor   --
8.8
HONORABLY :   <weorðlīc>   worthily, honorably   --
10.40
HORSE-THANE :   <hors-þegn>   horse-thane   --
5.170
HOST :   <duguð>   host, body of retainers; glory   --
7.108, 10.144
HOST :   <werod>   army, band, host   --
7.50
HOSTAGE :   <gīsel>   hostage   --
3.128
HOSTILITY :   <nīð>   enmity, hostility   --
7.219
HOT :   <hāt>   hot, fervid   --
9.73
HOUSE :   <hūs>   house   --
2.81, 2.100
HOUSE :   <sele>   hall, house   --
8.197
HOW :   <cunnan, cann, cunnon, cūðe>   can, know how to   --
2.181, 2.199
HOW :   <>   how   --
1.13, 8.234, 8.277, 9.14, 9.99, 9.224
HOWEVER :   <ac>   and, but, however   --
3.116, 5.60, 6.219
HOWEVER :   <hwæðere>   but, yet, however   --
2.216
HOWEVER :   <þēah>   yet, though, however   --
3.407, 4.48, 5.182
HUNDRED :   <hund>   hundred   --
4.526
HUNDRED :   <siex-hund>   six hundred   --
7.93
HUNGER :   <hungor>   hunger   --
9.76
HURT :   <gebrocian, gebrocede, gebroced>   crush; hurt, afflict   --
5.59, 5.65
ICE-COLD :   <hrīm-ceald>   ice-cold, frosty   --
8.22
ICE-COLD :   <īs-ceald>   ice-cold   --
9.102, 9.136
ICICLE :   <hrīm-gicel>   icicle   --
9.118
ICY-FEATHERED :   <īsig-feðera>   lit. icy-feathered   --
9.180
IF :   <gif>   if   --
3.234, 4.387
IF :   <ðēah ðe>   although, even if   --
8.12
IGNOBLY :   <unhēanlīce>   not disgracefully, not ignobly   --
3.19
IMMEDIATELY :   <sōna>   immediately   --
2.262
IN :   <>   (in)to   --
1.96, 2.79, 2.107, 2.323, 3.209, 4.155, 4.454, 5.42, 5.334, 5.364, 6.246, 8.89, 8.238, 8.284, 9.151, 9.285
INEXORABLE :   <ārǣd>   arranged, inexorable   --
8.29
ING :   <stēor-bord>   starboard, lit. stear(ing)-board   --
4.424
INHABITED :   <bȳn>   inhabited, occupied   --
4.70, 4.93
INJURE :   <hȳnan, hȳnde, hȳned>   despise, injure, insult   --
6.273
INJURY :   <hygeteona>   injury, insult   --
7.189
INSTITUTE :   <onstellan, onstealde, onsteled>   establish, institute   --
2.309
INSTRUCT :   <bebēodan, bebēad, bebudon, beboden>   command, instruct   --
2.116
INSULT :   <hygeteona>   injury, insult   --
7.189
INSULT :   <hȳnan, hȳnde, hȳned>   despise, injure, insult   --
6.273
INTEND :   <ðencan, ðōhte, ðōht>   think, intend, resolve   --
6.203, 6.231
INTO :   <in>   in, into   --
1.8, 1.90, 1.144, 1.184, 2.9, 2.37, 2.128, 2.264, 4.478, 4.529, 8.94, 8.147, 8.210, 9.25, 9.217, 9.228, 9.314, 9.319
INTOXICATED :   <wīn-gāl>   intoxicated, lit. wine-gay   --
9.223
IRELAND :   <Īra-land>   Ireland   --
4.428, 4.436
ISLAND :   <īglond>   island   --
4.432
ISLE :   <Wiht>   (Isle of) Wight   --
5.335
IT :   <hē, hēo, hit>   he, she, it   --
1.47, 1.57, 1.108, 1.121, 1.164, 2.6, 2.16, 2.21, 2.34, 2.46, 2.62, 2.66, 2.70, 2.80, 2.90, 2.97, 2.112, 2.125, 2.131, 2.140, 2.147, 2.152, 2.154, 2.177, 2.208, 2.213, 2.229, 2.242, 2.254, 2.261, 2.274, 2.298, 2.303, 2.317, 3.12, 3.20, 3.23, 3.33, 3.35, 3.46, 3.54, 3.55, 3.95, 3.104, 3.106, 3.117, 3.122, 3.150, 3.160, 3.163, 3.168, 3.174, 3.176, 3.208, 3.226, 3.227, 3.228, 3.235, 3.236, 3.248, 3.251, 3.253, 3.258, 3.271, 3.273, 3.279, 3.282, 3.284, 3.298, 3.299, 3.302, 3.314, 3.319, 3.338, 3.340, 3.341, 3.364, 3.372, 3.383, 3.402, 3.403, 3.408, 4.5, 4.25, 4.112, 4.142, 4.145, 4.149, 4.259, 4.288, 4.308, 4.331, 4.341, 4.349, 4.377, 4.409, 4.425, 4.452, 5.33, 5.61, 5.181, 5.219, 5.308, 5.312, 5.377, 5.392, 5.398, 5.432, 6.42, 6.46, 6.50, 6.112, 6.117, 6.143, 6.240, 6.256, 6.265, 6.275, 7.5, 7.10, 7.22, 7.45, 7.48, 7.53, 7.63, 7.71, 7.96, 7.281, 8.6, 8.13, 8.75, 8.106, 8.107, 8.112, 8.116, 8.148, 8.242, 8.255, 8.273, 8.278, 8.281, 9.49, 9.94, 9.177, 9.208, 9.309, 9.320, 9.332, 9.333, 9.338, 9.340, 9.345, 10.39, 10.52, 10.86, 10.94, 10.142, 10.154, 10.159, 10.166, 10.196
IT :   <sē, sēo, ðæt>   he, she, it   --
1.84, 1.92, 2.210, 3.68, 3.130, 3.213, 3.256, 3.398, 4.489, 5.85, 5.248, 5.277, 5.457, 6.137, 6.196, 7.159, 8.208, 8.231, 9.211
JEWEL :   <sigle>   brooch, jewel, necklace   --
10.58
JEWELS :   <sinc>   jewels, riches, treasure   --
8.199
JOURNEY :   <lagu-lād>   water-way, ocean journey   --
8.16
JOURNEY :   <sīð>   journey, voyage   --
9.12
JOY :   <bliss>   bliss, joy, happiness   --
2.42
JOY :   <wynn>   joy, delight   --
8.222, 8.286, 9.215
JOYFULLY :   <wennan, wenede, wened>   accustom; entertain (joyfully)   --
8.283
JUBILATION :   <hleahtor>   laughter, jubilation   --
9.159
JUDGE :   <dēman, dēmde, dēmed>   deem, judge; praise   --
2.44, 10.145
KEEL :   <cēol>   keel (of a ship)   --
9.26
KEEPER :   <weard>   ward, guard, keeper   --
2.294, 2.330, 7.67
KENT :   <Cent>   Kent   --
5.120
KILL :   <hēawan, hēow, hēowon, hēawen>   hew, cut down, kill   --
6.271
KIN :   <Angel-cynn>   English, lit. Angle kin   --
5.56
KIND :   <līðe>   kind, gracious   --
10.204
KIND :   <monðwǣre>   kind, gentle   --
10.202
KINDNESS :   <milts>   mercy, favor, kindness   --
8.11
KING :   <cyning>   king   --
1.76, 3.9, 3.50, 3.73, 3.147, 3.155, 3.195, 3.327, 3.353, 5.90, 5.151, 5.169, 5.234, 5.360, 7.231, 10.124
KING :   <worold-cyning>   earthly king   --
10.198
KINGDOM :   <heofon-rīce>   kingdom of heaven   --
2.293, 7.66
KINGDOM :   <rīce>   kingdom, reign   --
3.238
KINSMAN :   <frēo-mǣg>   noble (lit. free) kinsman   --
8.168
KINSMAN :   <mǣg>   kinsman   --
3.252, 3.275, 3.300
KNOW :   <cunnan, cann, cunnon, cūðe>   can, know how to   --
2.181, 2.199
KNOW :   <gecunnian, gecunnade, gecunnad>   know; try, test, make trial of   --
9.24
KNOW :   <witan, wāt, witon, wiste>   know, observe   --
8.91, 8.214, 8.230, 9.92
KNOWN :   <cȳðan, cȳðde, cȳðed>   reveal, make known   --
3.249
LAKE :   <mere>   mere, lake, sea   --
4.272, 4.294, 7.201
LAKE :   <>   sea, lake   --
4.37, 4.476, 4.523, 5.40, 7.143, 8.23, 9.103, 9.135
LAMECH :   <Lamech>   Lamech   --
7.92
LAMENT :   <begnornian, begnornode, begnornod>   mourn, lament   --
10.181
LAMENT :   <cwīðan, cwīðe, cwīðed>   accuse; bewail, lament   --
8.61, 10.122
LAMENT :   <gnornian, gnornode, gnornod>   mourn, lament   --
6.195
LAMENT :   <seofian, seofade, seofad>   sigh, lament   --
9.72
LAND :   <Got-land>   Goth land   --
4.507
LAND :   <Scedeland>   Danish land   --
1.143
LAND :   <eard>   home, land   --
9.292
LAND :   <lond>   land, realm, country   --
3.233, 4.9, 4.71, 4.94, 4.212, 4.222, 4.234, 4.237, 4.291, 4.364, 4.413, 4.439, 4.450, 4.481, 4.532, 5.95, 5.206, 5.420
LAND :   <ēðel>   home, native land   --
8.166
LAND :   <ēðel-land>   native land   --
7.179
LANE :   <brim-lād>   path of the sea, lit. sea lane   --
9.229
LAP :   <bearm>   bosom, lap   --
1.162
LARBOARD :   <bæc-bord>   larboard, port side   --
4.461
LAUGHTER :   <hleahtor>   laughter, jubilation   --
9.159
LAY :   <wordgyd>   lay, elegy   --
10.126
LEAD :   <lǣdan, lǣde, lǣded>   lead, bring   --
7.17, 10.171
LEADING :   <Norðweg>   Norway, lit. way leading north   --
4.462
LEAF :   <blǣd>   blade, leaf   --
1.138
LEARN :   <gefrīnan, gefrān, gefrūnon, gefrūnen>   learn, hear of   --
1.12
LEARN :   <geleornian, geleornode, geleornod>   learn, study   --
2.25
LEAVE :   <forlǣtan, forlēt, forlēton, forlǣten>   leave, abandon   --
2.98, 6.258, 10.77
LEAVE :   <lǣfan, lǣfde, lǣfed>   leave, bequeath   --
3.177
LEFT :   <lāf>   remnant, what is left   --
10.35
LESSEN :   <lȳtlian, lȳtlode, lȳtlod>   lessen, diminish   --
6.169
LET :   <lǣtan, lēt, lēton, lǣten>   let, allow   --
7.125
LIE :   <licgan, læg, lǣgon, legen>   lie, extend, be situated   --
3.124, 3.197, 4.34, 4.62, 4.524, 6.56, 6.178, 6.230
LIEF :   <lēof>   lief, dear, beloved   --
3.276, 6.228, 8.245
LIFE :   <blǣd>   breath, spirit, life   --
8.264
LIFE :   <feorh>   life   --
3.101, 3.404, 6.214, 7.235
LIFE :   <līf>   life   --
9.214
LIFE :   <weorold hād>   secular life   --
2.10
LIFE-HOUSE :   <feorh-hūs>   body, lit. life-house   --
6.17
LIFE-LORD :   <Līf-frea>   lit. Life-lord   --
1.123
LIFT :   <hafenian, hafenode, hafenod>   raise, lift up   --
6.136
LIFT :   <āhebban, āhōf, āhōfon, āhafen>   raise, lift up   --
7.259
LIGHT :   <lēoht>   light, easy   --
4.315
LIKEWISE :   <swilce>   such (manner), thus, likewise   --
10.60, 10.62
LIMB :   <lim>   limb   --
2.132
LITTLE :   <hwōn>   somewhat, a little   --
4.119
LITTLE :   <lȳt>   little, small number   --
8.243, 9.210
LITTLE :   <lȳtel>   little, small   --
4.311
LIVE :   <būan, būde, bȳne>   dwell, live   --
4.333, 4.347
LIVE :   <eardian, eardode, eardod>   live, dwell   --
4.82
LIVE :   <libban, lifde, lifd>   live   --
10.89
LIVE :   <wunian, wunode, wunod>   dwell, live, remain   --
9.105
LOCK :   <belūcan, belēac, belucon, belocen>   close, lock, shut   --
3.210, 7.65, 7.284
LODGE :   <wician, wīcode, wīcod>   camp, lodge   --
4.391
LONG :   <geāra>   yore, long since   --
8.173
LONG :   <lang>   long   --
1.112, 4.12, 5.236, 5.253
LONG :   <longe>   for long (time)   --
8.17
LOOK :   <locian, locode, locod>   look   --
3.27
LOOK :   <sēon, seah, sǣgon, segen>   see, look   --
4.496
LORD :   <drihten>   lord, prince, ruler   --
2.307, 2.332, 7.51, 7.117, 7.277, 9.334, 9.346
LORD :   <frēa>   lord, master   --
2.337, 7.37
LORD :   <hlāford>   lord, master   --
3.280, 6.225, 10.184
LORD :   <wealdend>   wielder, ruler, lord   --
1.125, 7.73
LOVE :   <frēogan, frēoge, frēog>   love   --
10.164
LUST :   <lust>   lust, desire, pleasure   --
9.281
MAKE :   <cȳðan, cȳðde, cȳðed>   reveal, make known   --
3.249
MAKE :   <dōn>   do, make   --
2.95, 9.148, 10.55
MAKE :   <gecunnian, gecunnade, gecunnad>   know; try, test, make trial of   --
9.24
MAN :   <beorn>   man, nobleman   --
6.103, 6.146
MAN :   <brim-man>   sailor, lit. sea man   --
6.9
MAN :   <ealdor-monn>   nobleman, lit. older man   --
3.164, 3.399, 5.118, 5.130, 5.135
MAN :   <guma>   man, hero   --
1.155
MAN :   <monn>   man, person   --
1.187, 2.8, 2.142, 3.172, 3.381, 4.26, 4.175, 4.195, 4.345, 4.366, 4.380, 4.388, 4.494, 5.74, 5.417, 5.443, 5.461, 6.229, 7.193, 9.90, 9.305, 10.42, 10.67, 10.158, 10.199
MAN :   <secg>   man, warrior   --
6.33
MAN :   <wer>   man   --
7.18, 7.178, 7.223, 9.160, 10.130
MANKIND :   <monn-cynn>   mankind   --
2.329
MANNER :   <swilce>   such (manner), thus, likewise   --
10.60, 10.62
MANY :   <fela>   much, many   --
5.220, 9.28
MANY :   <monig>   many   --
1.29, 5.87, 5.179
MANY :   <mænig>   many   --
4.525
MARAUDING :   <stæl-here>   marauding army   --
5.212
MASTER :   <frēa>   lord, master   --
2.337, 7.37
MASTER :   <hlāford>   lord, master   --
3.280, 6.225, 10.184
MAY :   <magan, mæg, magon, meahte>   may, be able to   --
2.218, 4.32, 4.113, 4.150, 4.176, 4.196, 4.382, 4.497, 5.315, 6.194, 8.126, 8.207, 9.5, 9.199, 10.44
MEAD-DRINK :   <medu-drinc>   mead-drink   --
9.164
MEAD-HALL :   <medu-heall>   mead-hall   --
8.211
MEAD-SEAT :   <medu-setl>   lit. mead-seat   --
1.31
MEANS :   <spēd>   means, riches, success   --
7.79
MEANS :   <þurh>   through, by (means of)   --
2.49, 2.144, 7.52
MEET :   <mētan, mētte, mēted>   meet, find   --
3.192
MEETING :   <gemōt>   meeting, council, assembly   --
6.67
MEMBER :   <lēod>   person, member of tribe   --
1.173, 10.8, 10.183, 10.203
MEN :   <firas>   men, people   --
2.335
MEN :   <ylde>   men   --
1.166, 10.90
MERCY :   <milts>   mercy, favor, kindness   --
8.11
MERCY :   <ðanc>   thanks, grace, mercy   --
5.55
MERE :   <mere>   mere, lake, sea   --
4.272, 4.294, 7.201
MEW :   <mǣw>   mew, sea-gull   --
9.161
MID-WARD :   <midde-weard>   mid-ward, middling   --
4.129
MIDDLE-EARTH :   <middan-eard>   middle-earth, world   --
2.328, 7.175
MIDDLING :   <midde-weard>   mid-ward, middling   --
4.129
MIGHT :   <miht>   might, power   --
2.296
MIGHT :   <mægen>   might, strength   --
6.168
MILD :   <milde>   mild, gentle   --
10.200
MILE :   <mīl>   mile   --
4.116, 4.153, 4.527
MIND :   <ferð>   mind, soul, spirit   --
9.197, 9.284, 10.163
MIND :   <hyge>   heart, mind, soul   --
6.155, 8.133
MIND :   <mine>   mind, affection   --
8.213
MIND :   <mōd>   mood, mind   --
6.162, 8.127, 9.80, 9.280
MIND :   <mōd-sefa>   mind, spirit   --
8.76, 8.161
MINDFUL :   <gemunan, geman, gemunon, gemunde>   remember, be mindful of   --
8.272
MINDFUL :   <gemyndig>   mindful   --
8.41
MIRACLE :   <wundor>   miracle, wonder   --
2.304
MISCHIEF :   <yfel>   evil, mischief, wickedness   --
5.339
MISERABLE :   <earm-cearig>   miserable, lit. wretched-caring   --
8.165, 9.101
MISERABLE :   <hēan>   abject, depressed, miserable   --
8.189, 9.266
MISERY :   <wræc-lāst>   path of exile, lit. misery track   --
8.25, 8.256
MOAN :   <mǣnan, mǣnde, mǣned>   moan, relate, speak of   --
10.125
MONEY :   <feoh>   cattle, goods, money   --
3.99, 3.231
MONEY :   <feoh-gift>   money-, lit. cattle-gift   --
1.159
MONEYLESS :   <feoh-lēas>   moneyless, lit. without cattle   --
5.31
MONTH :   <mōnað>   month   --
4.386
MOOD :   <mōd>   mood, mind   --
6.162, 8.127, 9.80, 9.280
MOOD-CARING :   <mōd-cearig>   anxious, sorrowful, lit. mood-caring   --
8.14
MOOD-PROUD :   <mōd-wlonc>   haughty, lit. mood-proud   --
9.304
MOOR :   <mōr>   moor; mountainous region   --
4.64, 4.81, 4.157, 4.167, 4.218, 4.254, 4.276
MOREOVER :   <ēac>   also, even, moreover   --
5.180, 5.285, 5.459, 7.123
MORNING :   <morgen>   morning   --
3.143
MOUND :   <hlǣw>   mound   --
10.9, 10.106
MOUNT :   <gestīgan, gestāh, gestigon, gestigen>   mount, ascend   --
7.101
MOUNTAIN :   <beorg>   hill, mountain   --
7.252, 10.54
MOUNTAINOUS :   <mōr>   moor; mountainous region   --
4.64, 4.81, 4.157, 4.167, 4.218, 4.254, 4.276
MOURN :   <begnornian, begnornode, begnornod>   mourn, lament   --
10.181
MOURN :   <gnornian, gnornode, gnornod>   mourn, lament   --
6.195
MOUTH :   <mūð>   mouth   --
7.69
MOUTH :   <mūða>   mouth of a river, estuary   --
5.379, 5.405, 5.439
MOVE :   <gān>   go, walk, move   --
2.78, 2.192, 3.16, 3.215, 3.305, 6.27, 6.270
MOVE :   <hrēran, hrērde, hrēred>   move, stir   --
8.19
MUCH :   <fela>   much, many   --
5.220, 9.28
MUCH :   <micel>   much, great   --
3.346, 4.271, 4.475, 5.269, 5.338
MUCH :   <micel>   much, very   --
3.36, 5.63
NAME :   <hātan, heht, hēton, hāten>   call, name; order   --
4.328, 4.367, 5.232, 5.358, 7.12
NAME :   <nama>   name   --
2.155
NAME :   <nemnan, nemde, nemed>   name, call   --
2.156, 5.186
NARROW :   <nearu>   narrow; full of hardship   --
9.43
NARROW :   <smæl>   small, narrow   --
4.15, 4.103, 4.146
NATION :   <mǣgþ>   tribe, nation   --
1.30, 1.185
NATIVE :   <ēðel>   home, native land   --
8.166
NATIVE :   <ēðel-land>   native land   --
7.179
NEAR :   <be>   at, by, near   --
2.51, 2.153, 4.412, 5.208, 5.347, 6.222, 6.226, 7.105, 9.7, 9.50
NEAR :   <nēah>   near   --
8.205
NEAR :   <nēalǣcan, nēalǣcte, nēalǣced>   approach, draw near   --
2.67
NEARLY :   <fulnēah>   almost, very nearly   --
5.250
NECKLACE :   <sigle>   brooch, jewel, necklace   --
10.58
NEED :   <ðearf>   need, requirement   --
6.120
NEITHER :   <nā-hwæðer>   neither...nor   --
5.298
NEW :   <nīwe>   new, fresh   --
5.366
NEXT :   <ōðer>   other, next, second   --
4.215, 4.509, 5.256, 5.289, 7.210
NIGHT :   <niht>   night   --
2.115, 4.390, 7.209
NIGHT :   <nihts-cūa>   night's cover   --
9.240
NIGHT-WATCH :   <niht-waco>   night-watch   --
9.44
NINE :   <nigon>   nine   --
5.363
NO :   <>   no, nor, not (at all)   --
6.288
NO :   <>   no, not   --
2.183, 2.198
NOAH :   <Noe>   Noah   --
7.7, 7.89
NOBILITY :   <eorlscipe>   nobility, heroic deeds   --
10.140
NOBLE :   <frēo-mǣg>   noble (lit. free) kinsman   --
8.168
NOBLE :   <indrihten>   (very) noble   --
8.96
NOBLE :   <æðelo>   noble race   --
7.272
NOBLEMAN :   <beorn>   man, nobleman   --
6.103, 6.146
NOBLEMAN :   <ealdor-monn>   nobleman, lit. older man   --
3.164, 3.399, 5.118, 5.130, 5.135
NOBLEMAN :   <eorl>   earl, nobleman, warrior   --
1.34, 8.95, 10.78
NOBLEMAN :   <æðeling>   nobleman, prince   --
1.15, 3.26, 3.97, 3.188, 3.377, 10.109
NOISE :   <swēg>   noise, sound   --
9.157
NOR :   <>   no, nor, not (at all)   --
6.288
NOR :   <nā-hwæðer>   neither...nor   --
5.298
NORTH :   <Norðweg>   Norway, lit. way leading north   --
4.462
NORTH :   <be norðan>   north of   --
4.348
NORTH :   <norð>   north(wards)   --
4.101
NORTH :   <norðan>   from the north   --
9.241
NORTH-MAN :   <Norð-mann>   Norwegian, lit. north-man   --
4.8, 4.251, 4.257, 4.300
NORTHUMBRIA :   <Norð-hymbre>   Northumbrians, Northumbria   --
5.20, 5.204
NORTHUMBRIANS :   <Norð-hymbre>   Northumbrians, Northumbria   --
5.20, 5.204
NORTHWARD :   <norð-weard>   northward   --
4.141, 4.223, 4.235
NORWAY :   <Norðweg>   Norway, lit. way leading north   --
4.462
NORWEGIAN :   <Norð-mann>   Norwegian, lit. north-man   --
4.8, 4.251, 4.257, 4.300
NOT :   <ne>   not   --
2.22, 2.180, 2.275, 2.276, 3.105, 3.108, 3.260, 3.274, 3.277, 3.283, 3.287, 3.343, 4.344, 4.346, 4.381, 5.51, 5.297, 5.299, 5.303, 6.217, 6.286, 8.69, 8.72, 8.125, 8.130, 9.91, 9.131, 9.194, 9.302, 9.308, 9.313, 9.318, 9.331, 9.343
NOT :   <>   no, nor, not (at all)   --
6.288
NOT :   <>   no, not   --
2.183, 2.198
NOT :   <nālæs>   not at all   --
8.257, 8.262
NOT :   <unhēanlīce>   not disgracefully, not ignobly   --
3.19
NOW :   <>   now   --
2.289, 6.198, 8.70, 9.261, 10.87
NUMBER :   <lȳt>   little, small number   --
8.243, 9.210
OAR :   <ār>   oar   --
5.267
OBEY :   <folgian, folgode, folgod>   follow, obey, serve   --
3.286
OBEY :   <hīeran, hīerde, hīered>   hear, obey; belong   --
1.62
OBSCURE :   <nīpan, nāp, nipon, nipen>   grow dark, obscure   --
9.239
OBSERVE :   <gesēon, geseah, gesǣgon, gesegen>   see, observe   --
2.63, 10.19
OBSERVE :   <witan, wāt, witon, wiste>   know, observe   --
8.91, 8.214, 8.230, 9.92
OBSTRUCT :   <for-faran, for-fōr, for-fōron, for-faren>   obstruct, get in front of   --
5.376
OCCASION :   <cierr>   occasion, time, turn   --
5.326
OCCASION :   <mǣl>   time, occasion   --
9.282
OCCUPIED :   <bȳn>   inhabited, occupied   --
4.70, 4.93
OCCUPY :   <warian, warode, warod>   guard, protect, occupy   --
8.254
OCCUR :   <ā-gān>   pass, occur, lit. away go   --
5.422
OCEAN :   <lagu-lād>   water-way, ocean journey   --
8.16
OF :   <of>   from, of   --
2.188, 5.421, 7.130, 7.236, 10.169
OFFER :   <bēodan, bēad, budon, boden>   bid, command, offer   --
3.297
OFFER :   <gebēodan, gebēad, gebudon, geboden>   offer   --
3.102, 3.225, 3.321
OFFSPRING :   <fæsl>   progeny, offspring   --
7.36
OFTEN :   <oft>   often, frequently   --
1.25, 2.36, 3.410, 6.14, 6.255, 8.5, 8.53, 8.146, 8.164, 9.18, 9.41, 9.182, 9.227
OHTHERE :   <Ōhthere>   Ohthere   --
4.323
OLD :   <eald>   old   --
6.139
OLD :   <frōd>   old, wise, experienced   --
6.213
OLD :   <gīo>   before, of old   --
8.174
OLD :   <yldu>   (old) age   --
2.19
OLDER :   <ealdor-monn>   nobleman, lit. older man   --
3.164, 3.399, 5.118, 5.130, 5.135
ONE :   <gehwylc>   each, every one   --
3.98, 8.58, 9.283
ONE :   <ān>   a, an, one   --
3.126, 3.395, 4.344, 4.359, 4.385, 5.447, 8.72
OPEN :   <brād>   broad, open   --
4.97, 4.117, 4.120, 4.132, 4.154, 4.173, 4.193, 4.491, 10.16
OPEN :   <ūter-mere>   outer sea, open sea   --
5.382
OR :   <oððe>   or   --
4.28, 4.30, 4.118, 4.131, 8.204, 8.215
ORDER :   <endebyrdnes>   order, sequence   --
2.50, 2.279
ORDER :   <hātan, heht, hēton, hāten>   call, name; order   --
4.328, 4.367, 5.232, 5.358, 7.12
ORDER :   <þæt>   so/in order that   --
1.163, 2.96, 4.148, 9.287
ORNAMENT :   <hyrst>   armor, ornament   --
10.61
OSRIC :   <Ōsrīc>   Osric   --
3.165
OSWOLD :   <Ōswold>   Oswold   --
6.95
OTHER :   <ōðer>   other, next, second   --
4.215, 4.509, 5.256, 5.289, 7.210
OUGHT :   <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde>   shall, ought to   --
1.63, 1.153, 1.183, 2.48, 2.231, 2.291, 4.410, 6.122, 6.156, 6.163, 8.18, 8.55, 8.163, 9.231, 10.168
OUT :   <ūt>   out   --
2.104, 2.191, 3.30, 5.396
OUTER :   <ūter-mere>   outer sea, open sea   --
5.382
OUTWARD :   <ūte-weard>   outward   --
5.440
OVER :   <geond>   over, through(out)   --
4.274, 7.253, 8.15
OVER :   <ofer>   over, across   --
1.60, 4.252, 4.290, 4.495, 5.39, 7.146, 8.193, 9.306
OVER :   <wadan, wōd, wōdon, waden>   wade, stride over   --
6.10, 8.24, 8.191
OWN :   <āgen>   own   --
3.229, 7.78
OX :   <nēat>   ox, cow   --
2.108
PARENT :   <ealdor>   elder, parent, prince   --
1.111, 6.180
PART :   <healf>   half, part, side   --
4.216, 4.510, 6.223
PARTY :   <gebēorscipe>   feast, beer party   --
2.38, 2.102, 2.190
PASS :   <gedōn>   act, do, bring to pass   --
5.340, 9.347
PASS :   <ā-gān>   pass, occur, lit. away go   --
5.422
PASTIME :   <gomen>   pastime, pleasure, entertainment   --
9.152
PASTURE :   <ettan, ettede, etted>   graze, pasture   --
4.29
PATH :   <brim-lād>   path of the sea, lit. sea lane   --
9.229
PATH :   <wræc-lāst>   path of exile, lit. misery track   --
8.25, 8.256
PAY :   <gieldan, geald, guldon, golden>   yield, pay   --
1.65
PENETRATE :   <fēolan, fealh, fulgon, folen>   reach, penetrate   --
3.374
PENETRATE :   <ðurhwadan, ðurhwōd, ðurhwōdon, ðurhwaden>   pierce, penetrate   --
6.15
PEOPLE :   <Cwēnas>   Cwenas, Cwena people   --
4.236, 4.246, 4.287
PEOPLE :   <firas>   men, people   --
2.335
PEOPLE :   <folc>   folk, people   --
1.95, 6.268, 7.206
PEOPLE-KING :   <ðēod-cyning>   lit. people-king   --
1.10
PERFORM :   <fremman, fremede, fremed>   do, perform   --
1.17
PERFORM :   <gewyrcan, geworhte, geworht>   perform, achieve, accomplish   --
1.157, 10.5
PERIL :   <bealu-sīð>   peril, calamity. lit. harm-journey   --
9.219
PERISH :   <gecringan, gecranc, gecrungon, gecrungen>   cringe, fall, perish   --
6.278
PERSON :   <lēod>   person, member of tribe   --
1.173, 10.8, 10.183, 10.203
PERSON :   <monn>   man, person   --
1.187, 2.8, 2.142, 3.172, 3.381, 4.26, 4.175, 4.195, 4.345, 4.366, 4.380, 4.388, 4.494, 5.74, 5.417, 5.443, 5.461, 6.229, 7.193, 9.90, 9.305, 10.42, 10.67, 10.158, 10.199
PESTILENCE :   <cwild>   disease, plague, pestilence   --
5.72
PIERCE :   <ðurhwadan, ðurhwōd, ðurhwōdon, ðurhwaden>   pierce, penetrate   --
6.15
PIRATE :   <wīcing>   Viking, pirate   --
6.263
PITCH :   <cnossian, cnossode, cnossod>   drive, pitch   --
9.52
PLACE :   <cear-seld>   place of sorrow, care-place   --
9.27
PLACE :   <rest>   rest, resting place   --
2.134
PLACE :   <stōw>   place   --
4.51, 4.171, 4.191
PLAGUE :   <cwild>   disease, plague, pestilence   --
5.72
PLAINLY :   <sweotole>   clearly, plainly   --
8.79
PLEASURE :   <gomen>   pastime, pleasure, entertainment   --
9.152
PLEASURE :   <lust>   lust, desire, pleasure   --
9.281
PLOW :   <erian, erede, ered>   plow   --
4.31
POEM :   <lēoð>   song, poem   --
2.24
POOR :   <fēasceaft>   poor, destitute   --
1.38
POOR :   <fēasceaftig>   poor, destitute   --
9.196
PORT :   <bæc-bord>   larboard, port side   --
4.461
PORT :   <port>   port, harbor   --
4.360
POSSESS :   <habban, hæfde, hæfd>   have, possess   --
3.57, 3.211, 4.309, 4.395, 5.51, 5.265, 7.39, 7.90, 8.244, 9.23, 9.343, 10.69
POSSESS :   <āgan, āh, āgon, āhte>   have, possess   --
9.213
POUND :   <bēatan, bēot, bēoton, bēaten>   beat, pound, strike   --
9.175
POWER :   <miht>   might, power   --
2.296
PRAISE :   <dēman, dēmde, dēmed>   deem, judge; praise   --
2.44, 10.145
PRAISE :   <eahtian, eahtode, eahtod>   praise, esteem   --
10.139
PRAISE :   <herenes>   praise   --
2.265
PRAISE :   <herian, herede, hered>   praise, extol   --
2.292, 10.162
PRAISE :   <lof-georn>   eager for praise   --
10.206
PRAISE :   <wuldor>   glory, praise   --
1.124, 2.301, 7.231
PRAISEWORTHY :   <lof-dǣd>   praiseworthy deed   --
1.182
PRELATE :   <bisceop>   bishop, prelate   --
5.113, 5.146
PREPARED :   <gearo>   prepared, ready   --
3.83
PRESERVE :   <healdan, hēold, hēoldon, lealden>   hold, retain, preserve   --
8.111, 10.81
PRESERVER :   <nergend>   preserver, savior   --
7.11, 7.80
PRESS :   <þringan, þrong, þrungon, þrungen>   throng, crowd, press   --
7.129, 9.61
PRINCE :   <drihten>   lord, prince, ruler   --
2.307, 2.332, 7.51, 7.117, 7.277, 9.334, 9.346
PRINCE :   <ealdor>   elder, parent, prince   --
1.111, 6.180
PRINCE :   <æðeling>   nobleman, prince   --
1.15, 3.26, 3.97, 3.188, 3.377, 10.109
PROCEED :   <gefaran, gefōr, gefōron, gefaren>   go, proceed   --
7.43
PROGENY :   <fæsl>   progeny, offspring   --
7.36
PROMONTORY :   <hōh>   heel; promontory   --
7.64
PROSPER :   <geþēon, geþāh, geþigon, geþigen>   thrive, prosper   --
1.188
PROSPER :   <ðēon, ðāh, ðigon, ðigen>   thrive, prosper   --
1.55
PROTECT :   <generian, generede, genered>   save, protect   --
3.405
PROTECT :   <warian, warode, warod>   guard, protect, occupy   --
8.254
PROTECT :   <werian, werede, wered>   wear; defend, protect   --
3.21
PROTECTOR :   <gehola>   friend, confidant, protector   --
8.246
PROTECTOR-KINSMAN :   <hlēo-mǣg>   lit. protector-kinsman   --
9.195
PROUD :   <wlonc>   proud   --
9.221
PROVISION :   <wist>   feast, food, provision   --
8.285
PROW :   <stefn>   stem; prow, stern   --
9.47
PRUDENT :   <fore-snotor>   clever, prudent   --
10.41
PRUDENT :   <glēaw>   wise, prudent   --
7.102
PURPOSE :   <mōdgeþonc>   conception, purpose   --
2.299
QUICK :   <cwic>   quick, alive   --
8.71
QUICK :   <hraðe>   quick, hasty   --
3.86
QUIVER :   <ācweccan, ācwehte, ācweht>   shake, brandish; quiver   --
6.142
RACE :   <æðelo>   noble race   --
7.272
RAID :   <hergian, hergode, gehergod>   harry, raid, ravage   --
4.247, 4.297, 7.188
RAIN :   <regn>   rain   --
7.119
RAISE :   <hafenian, hafenode, hafenod>   raise, lift up   --
6.136
RAISE :   <āhebban, āhōf, āhōfon, āhafen>   raise, lift up   --
7.259
RAMPART :   <weall>   wall, rampart   --
10.36
RAVAGE :   <hergian, hergode, gehergod>   harry, raid, ravage   --
4.247, 4.297, 7.188
REACH :   <fēolan, fealh, fulgon, folen>   reach, penetrate   --
3.374
READY :   <gearo>   prepared, ready   --
3.83
REALIZE :   <onfindan, onfond, onfundon, onfunden>   find out, realize   --
3.71
REALM :   <lond>   land, realm, country   --
3.233, 4.9, 4.71, 4.94, 4.212, 4.222, 4.234, 4.237, 4.291, 4.364, 4.413, 4.439, 4.450, 4.481, 4.532, 5.95, 5.206, 5.420
REASON :   <intinga>   cause, reason   --
2.43
RECEIPT :   <sinc-þegu>   lit. treasure receipt   --
8.276
RECEIVE :   <geþicgan, geþeah, geþǣgon, geþegen>   take, accept, receive   --
3.107
RECEIVE :   <onfōn, onfēng, onfēngon, onfangen>   accept, receive   --
2.258
RECLUSE :   <ānhaga>   recluse, wanderer   --
8.7
REGION :   <mōr>   moor; mountainous region   --
4.64, 4.81, 4.157, 4.167, 4.218, 4.254, 4.276
REIGN :   <rīce>   kingdom, reign   --
3.238
RELATE :   <mǣnan, mǣnde, mǣned>   moan, relate, speak of   --
10.125
RELATE :   <āsecgan, āsægde, āsægd>   say, relate   --
8.80
RELEASE :   <bedǣlan, bidǣlde, bidǣled>   deprive, release   --
8.167
RELIEF :   <frōfor>   relief, solace, consolation   --
1.49, 1.97
REMAIN :   <bīdan, bād, bidon, biden>   bide, endure, remain   --
9.230
REMAIN :   <gebīdan, gebād, gebidon, gebiden>   remain; await; experience; attain   --
1.50, 8.9, 9.22, 9.216
REMAIN :   <gewunian, gewunode, gewunod>   remain with, stand by   --
1.168
REMAIN :   <wunian, wunode, wunod>   dwell, live, remain   --
9.105
REMEMBER :   <gemunan, geman, gemunon, gemunde>   remember, be mindful of   --
8.272
REMEMBER :   <onmunan, onman, onmunon, onmunde>   esteem, remember, think worthy   --
3.344
REMNANT :   <lāf>   remnant, what is left   --
10.35
RENOWN :   <þrymm>   glory, renown   --
1.11
RENOWNED :   <brēme>   famous, renowned   --
1.137
REPLY :   <oncweðan, oncwæð, oncwǣdon, oncweden>   answer, reply to   --
9.179
REPULSIVE :   <atol>   dire, repulsive   --
9.29
REQUIREMENT :   <ðearf>   need, requirement   --
6.120
RESIST :   <wiðstandan, wiðstōd, wiðstōdon, wiðstanden>   withstand, resist   --
8.129
RESOLVE :   <hycgan, hogode, hogod>   think, resolve   --
8.114
RESOLVE :   <ðencan, ðōhte, ðōht>   think, intend, resolve   --
6.203, 6.231
RESOUND :   <hlimman, hlamm, hlumon, hlummen>   roar, resound   --
9.134
RESOUND :   <swogan, swēog, swēogon, swōgen>   resound, roar   --
7.135
RESPOND :   <andswarian, andswarode, andswarod>   answer, respond   --
2.176
RESPONSE :   <andswaru>   answer, response   --
2.257
REST :   <rest>   rest, resting place   --
2.134
RESTING :   <rest>   rest, resting place   --
2.134
RETAIN :   <healdan, hēold, hēoldon, lealden>   hold, retain, preserve   --
8.111, 10.81
RETAINER :   <genēat>   companion, retainer   --
6.140
RETAINER :   <sele-secg>   retainer, lit. hall hero   --
8.274
RETAINERS :   <duguð>   host, body of retainers; glory   --
7.108, 10.144
REVEAL :   <cȳðan, cȳðde, cȳðed>   reveal, make known   --
3.249
REVERENCE :   <weorðmynd>   glory, honor, reverence   --
1.54
RICHES :   <sinc>   jewels, riches, treasure   --
8.199
RICHES :   <spēd>   means, riches, success   --
7.79
RIDE :   <faran, fōr, fōron, faren>   go, ride, travel   --
5.41, 5.361, 5.391
RIDE :   <rīdan, rād, ridon, riden>   ride   --
3.159, 10.107
RIME :   <hrīm>   rime, hoar-frost   --
9.243
RING :   <bēag>   ring, crown   --
10.56
RISE :   <stīgan, stāh, stigon, stigen>   rise, ascend   --
7.145
RIVER :   <mūða>   mouth of a river, estuary   --
5.379, 5.405, 5.439
ROAR :   <hlimman, hlamm, hlumon, hlummen>   roar, resound   --
9.134
ROAR :   <swogan, swēog, swēogon, swōgen>   resound, roar   --
7.135
ROCHESTER :   <Hrōfe-ceaster>   Rochester   --
5.115
ROCKY :   <clūdig>   rocky   --
4.53
ROLLING :   <gewealc>   rolling, tossing   --
9.31
ROOF :   <hrōf>   roof   --
2.324, 7.42
ROOMY :   <rūm>   roomy, spacious   --
7.124
ROUND :   <behōn, behēng, behēngon, behongen>   hang round   --
9.117
ROUND :   <ymbsittan, ymbsæt, ymbsǣton, ymbseten>   besiege, lit. sit round   --
1.59
RUIN :   <hryre>   death, fall, ruin   --
8.45, 10.185
RULER :   <drihten>   lord, prince, ruler   --
2.307, 2.332, 7.51, 7.117, 7.277, 9.334, 9.346
RULER :   <wealdend>   wielder, ruler, lord   --
1.125, 7.73
RUN :   <yrnan, arn, urnon, urnen>   run   --
3.80
RUSH :   <rǣsan, rǣsde, rǣsed>   rush, hasten   --
3.31
SAD :   <drēorig>   dreary, sad   --
8.145
SADLY :   <drēorig>   drearily, sadly   --
8.198
SAFE :   <gesund>   safe, unharmed   --
3.303
SAIL :   <geseglian, geseglode, geseglod>   sail   --
4.383
SAIL :   <seglian, seglode, seglod>   sail   --
4.411
SAILOR :   <brim-man>   sailor, lit. sea man   --
6.9
SALT-WAVE :   <sealt-ȳð>   lit. salt-wave   --
9.268
SALUTE :   <hālettan, hālette, hāleted>   hail, salute   --
2.148
SAME :   <ilca>   same   --
3.318, 5.195, 5.328
SAME :   <self>   self, same   --
5.309, 7.276, 9.9, 9.270
SAVAGE :   <hrēo>   fierce, wild, savage   --
7.248, 8.132
SAVE :   <generian, generede, genered>   save, protect   --
3.405
SAVIOR :   <nergend>   preserver, savior   --
7.11, 7.80
SAXONS :   <Sūð-Seaxan>   South Saxons, Sussex   --
5.154
SAXONS :   <West-Seaxan>   West Saxons, Wessex   --
5.205
SAXONS :   <Ēast-Seaxan>   East Saxons, Essex   --
5.132
SAY :   <cweðan, cwæð, cwǣdon, cweden>   say, speak   --
2.179, 2.209, 2.228, 2.241, 3.270, 3.315, 3.337, 4.143, 4.342, 4.378, 8.38, 10.194
SAY :   <secgan, sægde, sægd>   say   --
4.6, 4.324, 9.13
SAY :   <sprecan, spræc, sprǣcon, sprecen>   speak, say   --
2.214, 10.131
SAY :   <āsecgan, āsægde, āsægd>   say, relate   --
8.80
SCEFING :   <Scyld Scēfing>   Scyld Scefing   --
1.26
SCREAM :   <begiellan, begeall, begullon, begollen>   yell, scream, screech   --
9.185
SCREECH :   <begiellan, begeall, begullon, begollen>   yell, scream, screech   --
9.185
SCYLD :   <Scyld>   Scyld   --
1.141
SCYLD :   <Scyld Scēfing>   Scyld Scefing   --
1.26
SEA :   <brim-lād>   path of the sea, lit. sea lane   --
9.229
SEA :   <brim-man>   sailor, lit. sea man   --
6.9
SEA :   <hron-rād>   sea, lit. whale-road   --
1.61
SEA :   <mere>   mere, lake, sea   --
4.272, 4.294, 7.201
SEA :   <sund>   sea, water   --
7.258
SEA :   <>   sea, lake   --
4.37, 4.476, 4.523, 5.40, 7.143, 8.23, 9.103, 9.135
SEA :   <waðum>   wave, sea   --
8.194
SEA :   <ūter-mere>   outer sea, open sea   --
5.382
SEA-GULL :   <mǣw>   mew, sea-gull   --
9.161
SEA-HOUSE :   <mere-hūs>   sea-house   --
7.68
SEA-STREAM :   <ēagor-strēam>   sea-stream, current   --
7.133
SEA-SWALLOW :   <stearn>   tern, sea-swallow   --
9.178
SEA-VOYAGE :   <sǣ-fōr>   sea-voyage   --
9.341
SEA-WEARY :   <mere-wērig>   sea-weary   --
9.79
SEACOAST :   <sǣ-rima>   seashore, seacoast   --
5.349
SEASHORE :   <sǣ-rima>   seashore, seacoast   --
5.349
SECOND :   <ōðer>   other, next, second   --
4.215, 4.509, 5.256, 5.289, 7.210
SECULAR :   <weorold hād>   secular life   --
2.10
SECURELY :   <fæste>   fast, firmly, securely   --
6.69, 8.109, 8.151
SEE :   <gesēon, geseah, gesǣgon, gesegen>   see, observe   --
2.63, 10.19
SEE :   <sēon, seah, sǣgon, segen>   see, look   --
4.496
SEEK :   <cunnian, cunnode, cunnod>   seek, explore, experience   --
8.233, 9.271
SEEK :   <gesēcan, gesōhte, gesōht>   seek, desire   --
9.293
SEEK :   <sēcan, sōhte, sōht>   seek, desire   --
8.196
SEEM :   <ðyncan, ðūhte, geðūht>   seem, appear; think   --
5.310
SEEMLY :   <gedēfe>   fitting, seemly   --
10.155
SEINE :   <Sigen>   Seine   --
5.43
SEIZE :   <gefōn, gefēng, gefēngon, gefangen>   take, seize   --
5.431
SEIZE :   <geniman, genam, genāmon, genumen>   seize, take   --
10.68
SEIZE :   <grīpan, grāp, gripon, gripen>   grasp, seize   --
7.203
SELF :   <self>   self, same   --
5.309, 7.276, 9.9, 9.270
SEND :   <sendan, sende, sened>   send   --
1.94, 7.118
SENTENCE :   <fers>   sentence, verse   --
2.269
SEPARATE :   <tō-faran, tō-fōr, tō-fōron, tō-faren>   disperse, separate   --
5.12
SEQUENCE :   <endebyrdnes>   order, sequence   --
2.50, 2.279
SERVE :   <folgian, folgode, folgod>   follow, obey, serve   --
3.286
SERVE :   <gelǣstan, gelǣste, gelǣset>   serve, stand by   --
1.174
SET :   <gesettan, gesette, geseted>   set (out), appoint, establish   --
2.11, 2.135
SETTLE :   <tēon, tēode, tēodod>   adorn, settle   --
2.334
SHACKLE :   <fetor>   fetter, shackle   --
8.170
SHAKE :   <ācweccan, ācwehte, ācweht>   shake, brandish; quiver   --
6.142
SHALL :   <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde>   shall, ought to   --
1.63, 1.153, 1.183, 2.48, 2.231, 2.291, 4.410, 6.122, 6.156, 6.163, 8.18, 8.55, 8.163, 9.231, 10.168
SHAME :   <scomu>   shame   --
2.72
SHAPE :   <gescieppan, gescōp, gescōpon, gesceapen>   shape, create   --
2.319, 5.302
SHAPER :   <scieppend>   shaper, creator   --
2.267, 2.326, 7.278
SHARP :   <bitre>   bitter, sharp   --
9.20
SHE :   <hē, hēo, hit>   he, she, it   --
1.47, 1.57, 1.108, 1.121, 1.164, 2.6, 2.16, 2.21, 2.34, 2.46, 2.62, 2.66, 2.70, 2.80, 2.90, 2.97, 2.112, 2.125, 2.131, 2.140, 2.147, 2.152, 2.154, 2.177, 2.208, 2.213, 2.229, 2.242, 2.254, 2.261, 2.274, 2.298, 2.303, 2.317, 3.12, 3.20, 3.23, 3.33, 3.35, 3.46, 3.54, 3.55, 3.95, 3.104, 3.106, 3.117, 3.122, 3.150, 3.160, 3.163, 3.168, 3.174, 3.176, 3.208, 3.226, 3.227, 3.228, 3.235, 3.236, 3.248, 3.251, 3.253, 3.258, 3.271, 3.273, 3.279, 3.282, 3.284, 3.298, 3.299, 3.302, 3.314, 3.319, 3.338, 3.340, 3.341, 3.364, 3.372, 3.383, 3.402, 3.403, 3.408, 4.5, 4.25, 4.112, 4.142, 4.145, 4.149, 4.259, 4.288, 4.308, 4.331, 4.341, 4.349, 4.377, 4.409, 4.425, 4.452, 5.33, 5.61, 5.181, 5.219, 5.308, 5.312, 5.377, 5.392, 5.398, 5.432, 6.42, 6.46, 6.50, 6.112, 6.117, 6.143, 6.240, 6.256, 6.265, 6.275, 7.5, 7.10, 7.22, 7.45, 7.48, 7.53, 7.63, 7.71, 7.96, 7.281, 8.6, 8.13, 8.75, 8.106, 8.107, 8.112, 8.116, 8.148, 8.242, 8.255, 8.273, 8.278, 8.281, 9.49, 9.94, 9.177, 9.208, 9.309, 9.320, 9.332, 9.333, 9.338, 9.340, 9.345, 10.39, 10.52, 10.86, 10.94, 10.142, 10.154, 10.159, 10.166, 10.196
SHE :   <sē, sēo, ðæt>   he, she, it   --
1.84, 1.92, 2.210, 3.68, 3.130, 3.213, 3.256, 3.398, 4.489, 5.85, 5.248, 5.277, 5.457, 6.137, 6.196, 7.159, 8.208, 8.231, 9.211
SHED :   <scypen>   shed   --
2.109
SHIELD :   <bord>   board, shield   --
6.7, 6.135, 7.15, 7.100
SHIP :   <cēol>   keel (of a ship)   --
9.26
SHIP :   <naca>   boat, ship   --
9.46
SHIP :   <scip>   ship   --
4.289, 4.312, 5.35, 5.237, 5.333, 5.367, 5.395, 5.435, 7.283
SHIP :   <wæg-þel>   ship, lit. wave-planking   --
7.20
SHIP :   <æsc>   ash (tree), spear; boat, ship   --
5.217, 5.240, 6.141
SHIRE :   <scīr>   shire, district, division   --
4.327
SHORE :   <sūð-stæð>   south shore   --
5.210
SHORE-WALL :   <stæð-weall>   shore-wall   --
7.147
SHOWER :   <scūr>   shower   --
9.120
SHUT :   <belūcan, belēac, belucon, belocen>   close, lock, shut   --
3.210, 7.65, 7.284
SIDE :   <bæc-bord>   larboard, port side   --
4.461
SIDE :   <gehwær>   on every side, everywhere   --
7.132
SIDE :   <healf>   half, part, side   --
4.216, 4.510, 6.223
SIGH :   <seofian, seofade, seofad>   sigh, lament   --
9.72
SIGN :   <bēcn>   beacon, sign   --
10.33
SINCE :   <geāra>   yore, long since   --
8.173
SINCE :   <siððan>   since, when, afterwards   --
4.513, 8.172
SING :   <singan, sang, sungon, sungen>   sing, compose   --
2.53, 2.165, 2.184, 2.220, 2.233, 2.243, 2.263, 9.162
SINGLE :   <ān>   alone, single   --
8.56
SIT :   <ymbsittan, ymbsæt, ymbsǣton, ymbseten>   besiege, lit. sit round   --
1.59
SITUATED :   <licgan, læg, lǣgon, legen>   lie, extend, be situated   --
3.124, 3.197, 4.34, 4.62, 4.524, 6.56, 6.178, 6.230
SIX :   <siex>   six   --
4.198, 5.332
SIX :   <siex-hund>   six hundred   --
7.93
SIXTY :   <siextig>   sixty   --
4.115, 5.266
SKIRINGSSAL :   <Scīringes-hēal>   Skiringssal   --
4.368, 4.455, 4.472
SKY :   <heofon>   heaven, sky   --
2.322, 7.250
SKY :   <rodor>   sky, heaven   --
7.121
SKY :   <wolcen>   sky, heaven   --
1.53
SLAUGHTER :   <wælsleaht>   slaughter, carnage   --
8.43
SLAY :   <ofslean, ofslōh, ofslōgon, ofslægen>   slay, destroy   --
3.56, 3.156, 3.196, 3.354, 3.378, 5.444, 5.462
SLAYER :   <bana>   bane, slayer   --
3.285, 6.48
SLIT :   <slītan, slāt, sliton, sliten>   slit, tear   --
9.78
SMALL :   <lȳt>   little, small number   --
8.243, 9.210
SMALL :   <lȳtel>   little, small   --
4.311
SMALL :   <smæl>   small, narrow   --
4.15, 4.103, 4.146
SNOW :   <snīwan, snīwde, snīwed>   snow   --
9.242
SO :   <swā>   so, thus   --
1.152, 2.302, 4.100, 4.102, 4.172, 4.174, 4.192, 4.194, 5.252, 5.254, 5.307, 6.227, 6.239, 6.264, 7.9, 7.47, 8.37, 8.115, 8.159, 10.38, 10.91, 10.93, 10.153, 10.180
SO :   <tō þæs>   so   --
9.316, 9.322, 9.335
SO :   <þæs>   so   --
9.303, 9.311
SO :   <þæt>   so/in order that   --
1.163, 2.96, 4.148, 9.287
SOLACE :   <frōfor>   relief, solace, consolation   --
1.49, 1.97
SOME :   <sum>   some, a certain   --
2.93, 2.141, 4.50, 4.170, 4.190, 5.15, 5.18, 5.111, 5.264, 5.268, 5.325
SOMETHING :   <hwæt-hwegu>   something   --
2.167
SOMEWHAT :   <hwōn>   somewhat, a little   --
4.119
SON :   <eafora>   son, heir   --
1.85, 1.142, 7.16
SON :   <sunu>   son   --
6.30, 7.91
SONG :   <hlēoðor>   song, sound   --
9.154
SONG :   <lēoð>   song, poem   --
2.24
SONG :   <song>   song   --
9.140
SORROW :   <cear>   care, sorrow   --
8.60
SORROW :   <cear-seld>   place of sorrow, care-place   --
9.27
SORROW :   <cearu>   care, grief, sorrow   --
9.71, 10.121
SORROW :   <sorg>   sorrow, grief, distress   --
8.237, 9.342
SORROWFUL :   <mōd-cearig>   anxious, sorrowful, lit. mood-caring   --
8.14
SORROWFUL :   <winter-cearig>   sorrowful, lit. winter-caring   --
8.192
SOUL :   <ferð>   mind, soul, spirit   --
9.197, 9.284, 10.163
SOUL :   <hyge>   heart, mind, soul   --
6.155, 8.133
SOUND :   <hlēoðor>   song, sound   --
9.154
SOUND :   <swēg>   noise, sound   --
9.157
SOURCE :   <ord>   source, beginning   --
2.308
SOUTH :   <Sūð-Seaxan>   South Saxons, Sussex   --
5.154
SOUTH :   <sūð>   south(wards)   --
5.38
SOUTH :   <sūð-stæð>   south shore   --
5.210
SOUTH :   <wið sūðan>   to the south   --
4.470
SOUTHWARD :   <sūðe-weard>   southward   --
4.213, 4.362
SPACIOUS :   <rūm>   roomy, spacious   --
7.124
SPEAK :   <cweðan, cwæð, cwǣdon, cweden>   say, speak   --
2.179, 2.209, 2.228, 2.241, 3.270, 3.315, 3.337, 4.143, 4.342, 4.378, 8.38, 10.194
SPEAK :   <maðelian, maðelode, maðelod>   speak, address, harangue   --
6.134
SPEAK :   <mǣnan, mǣnde, mǣned>   moan, relate, speak of   --
10.125
SPEAK :   <sprecan, spræc, sprǣcon, sprecen>   speak, say   --
2.214, 10.131
SPEAR :   <gār>   spear   --
6.13, 6.257
SPEAR :   <wæl-spere>   deadly spear   --
6.259
SPEAR :   <æsc>   ash (tree), spear; boat, ship   --
5.217, 5.240, 6.141
SPEAR-DANES :   <gār-Dene>   spear-Danes   --
1.7
SPEECH :   <word>   word, speech   --
2.272, 6.114, 7.54, 10.161
SPIRIT :   <blǣd>   breath, spirit, life   --
8.264
SPIRIT :   <ferð>   mind, soul, spirit   --
9.197, 9.284, 10.163
SPIRIT :   <ferð-loca>   breast, heart, lit. spirit enclosure   --
8.108, 8.260
SPIRIT :   <mōd-sefa>   mind, spirit   --
8.76, 8.161
SPLENDID :   <from>   bold, brave, splendid   --
1.158
SPREAD :   <springan, sprang, sprungon, sprungen>   spring, burst forth, spread   --
1.140
SPRING :   <springan, sprang, sprungon, sprungen>   spring, burst forth, spread   --
1.140
STAND :   <gelǣstan, gelǣste, gelǣset>   serve, stand by   --
1.174
STAND :   <gewunian, gewunode, gewunod>   remain with, stand by   --
1.168
STAND :   <standan, stōd, stōdon, standen>   stand   --
2.139, 5.401, 6.68
STARBOARD :   <stēor-bord>   starboard, lit. stear(ing)-board   --
4.424
STEADY :   <unwealt>   steady   --
5.283
STEAR :   <stēor-bord>   starboard, lit. stear(ing)-board   --
4.424
STEM :   <stefn>   stem; prow, stern   --
9.47
STERN :   <heard>   stern, strong   --
6.158
STERN :   <stefn>   stem; prow, stern   --
9.47
STERN :   <stīð>   stiff, stern, brave   --
6.66
STIFF :   <stīð>   stiff, stern, brave   --
6.66
STILL :   <gēn>   still, yet, further   --
10.88
STIR :   <hrēran, hrērde, hrēred>   move, stir   --
8.19
STONGHOLD :   <burg>   enclosure, stonghold   --
3.191, 9.218
STONY :   <stān-clif>   stony cliff   --
9.174
STORM :   <storm>   storm, tempest; attack   --
9.172
STOUT :   <>   great, stout   --
6.165
STRANGE :   <elðēodig>   alien, foreign, strange   --
9.291
STREAM :   <strēam>   stream   --
9.267
STRENGTH :   <mægen>   might, strength   --
6.168
STRIDE :   <wadan, wōd, wōdon, waden>   wade, stride over   --
6.10, 8.24, 8.191
STRIFE :   <gewinn>   battle, strife, struggle   --
6.72
STRIFE :   <wīg>   war, strife   --
1.171
STRIKE :   <bēatan, bēot, bēoton, bēaten>   beat, pound, strike   --
9.175
STRIKE :   <cnyssan, cnysede, cnysed>   beat, strike   --
9.260
STRONG :   <heard>   stern, strong   --
6.158
STRONG :   <strang>   strong   --
7.155
STRUGGLE :   <gewinn>   battle, strife, struggle   --
6.72
STUDY :   <geleornian, geleornode, geleornod>   learn, study   --
2.25
SUBDUE :   <gebrecan, gebræc, gebrǣcon, gebrocen>   break, destroy, subdue   --
6.8
SUCCESS :   <spēd>   means, riches, success   --
7.79
SUCH :   <swilc>   such   --
7.211
SUCH :   <swilce>   such (manner), thus, likewise   --
10.60, 10.62
SUFFER :   <drēogan, drēag, drugon, drogen>   endure, suffer   --
1.110
SUFFER :   <ðrōwian, ðrōwade, ðrōwad>   endure, suffer   --
9.19
SUFFERING :   <earfeðe>   hardship, suffering   --
8.40
SUITABLE :   <gelimplic>   suitable   --
2.129
SUMMER :   <sumor>   summer   --
5.8
SUSSEX :   <Sūð-Seaxan>   South Saxons, Sussex   --
5.154
SWAN :   <ilfetu>   swan   --
9.139
SWARTHY :   <sweart>   dark, black, swarthy   --
7.134
SWEDEN :   <Swēo-land>   Sweden   --
4.219
SWIFT :   <swift>   swift   --
5.281
SWITHULF :   <Swīðulf>   Swithulf   --
5.112
TAKE :   <gefōn, gefēng, gefēngon, gefangen>   take, seize   --
5.431
TAKE :   <geniman, genam, genāmon, genumen>   seize, take   --
10.68
TAKE :   <geþicgan, geþeah, geþǣgon, geþegen>   take, accept, receive   --
3.107
TALE :   <sōð-gied>   lit. true tale   --
9.10
TEACH :   <lǣran, lǣrde, lǣred>   teach, advise, exhort   --
6.147
TEAR :   <slītan, slāt, sliton, sliten>   slit, tear   --
9.78
TELL :   <wrecan, wræc, wræcon, wrecen>   wreak, force; tell, utter   --
7.190, 7.233, 9.11, 10.127
TEMPEST :   <storm>   storm, tempest; attack   --
9.172
TEN :   <tīen>   ten   --
10.30
TERN :   <stearn>   tern, sea-swallow   --
9.178
TERRIFY :   <egsian, egsode, egsod>   terrify   --
1.33
TEST :   <gecunnian, gecunnade, gecunnad>   know; try, test, make trial of   --
9.24
THAN :   <þe>   than, where   --
3.347
THANE :   <þegn>   thane, warrior   --
3.74, 3.148, 3.169, 5.91, 5.152
THANKS :   <ðanc>   thanks, grace, mercy   --
5.55
THAT :   <būton>   unless; except (that)   --
5.306
THAT :   <se, sēo, ðæt>   that   --
2.268, 2.271, 4.211, 4.221, 4.480, 4.531, 5.67, 5.99, 7.271, 7.282, 9.183
THAT :   <sē, sēo, ðæt>   that   --
1.48, 1.73, 1.122, 2.91, 2.278, 3.10, 3.342, 4.33, 4.46, 5.6, 5.29, 5.109, 6.287, 7.274, 9.88, 10.12
THAT :   <sē, sēo, ðæt>   who, which, that   --
3.396, 4.24, 4.365, 6.116, 7.34, 8.240
THAT :   <þe>   that, which, who   --
1.107, 2.15, 2.211, 2.273, 3.149, 3.173, 3.257, 3.323, 3.350, 3.382, 4.330, 4.433, 5.30, 5.92, 5.218, 6.197, 6.291, 7.160, 8.73, 8.209, 8.232, 8.241, 9.93, 9.212
THAT :   <þæt>   so/in order that   --
1.163, 2.96, 4.148, 9.287
THAT :   <þæt>   that   --
2.45, 3.145, 3.153, 3.250, 3.272, 3.301, 3.316, 3.339, 4.7, 4.325, 4.343, 4.379, 5.311, 8.92, 8.105, 9.264, 9.337, 10.157, 10.195
THE :   <se, sēo, ðæt>   the   --
1.14, 2.7, 2.13, 2.64, 2.74, 2.99, 2.101, 2.110, 2.114, 3.8, 3.14, 3.25, 3.49, 3.72, 3.75, 3.96, 3.146, 3.154, 3.171, 3.187, 3.190, 3.194, 3.206, 3.237, 3.317, 3.326, 3.352, 3.367, 3.376, 3.380, 4.36, 4.69, 4.80, 4.92, 4.156, 4.166, 4.217, 4.233, 4.245, 4.250, 4.253, 4.256, 4.275, 4.286, 4.293, 4.299, 4.326, 4.363, 4.407, 4.423, 4.431, 4.460, 4.471, 4.522, 5.13, 5.52, 5.86, 5.88, 5.184, 5.194, 5.198, 5.209, 5.216, 5.239, 5.255, 5.288, 5.327, 5.348, 5.359, 5.365, 5.378, 5.404, 5.416, 5.433, 5.438, 5.442, 5.446, 5.460, 6.54, 6.101, 6.262, 6.267, 6.289, 6.292, 8.131, 9.70, 9.89, 10.6
THE :   <þȳ>   the   --
6.157, 6.160, 6.164
THEN :   <æfter>   after(wards), then   --
1.87, 2.333
THEN :   <þonne>   then, when   --
1.170, 2.39, 2.61, 2.68, 3.82, 3.278, 3.345, 4.208, 4.357, 4.430, 4.447, 4.492, 5.287, 9.48, 10.165
THEN :   <þā>   then, when   --
2.89, 2.92, 2.124, 2.126, 2.138, 2.175, 2.253, 2.255, 2.259, 2.327, 3.6, 3.18, 3.29, 3.66, 3.78, 3.141, 3.158, 3.224, 3.269, 3.296, 3.336, 3.365, 5.5, 5.231, 5.323, 5.357, 5.390, 5.430, 6.5, 6.26, 7.6, 7.95, 7.280, 10.104
THENCE :   <forð>   forth, thence   --
6.25, 10.167
THENCE :   <ðonan>   thence, from there   --
4.296, 8.190
THERE :   <ðonan>   thence, from there   --
4.296, 8.190
THERE :   <þǣr>   there, where   --
2.40, 2.127, 3.193, 4.144, 4.268, 5.34, 5.93, 5.331, 5.337, 6.64, 6.118, 9.39, 9.69, 9.129, 9.173, 9.176, 10.85
THEREFORE :   <for þon>   because, therefore   --
2.35, 2.187, 2.196, 8.143, 9.207, 9.259, 9.301
THEREIN :   <þǣr inne>   therein   --
3.373
THERETO :   <þǣr tō>   thereto   --
3.214
THEREUPON :   <eft>   afterwards, thereupon   --
1.167, 2.207
THING :   <wiht>   whit, thing   --
2.183, 2.198
THINK :   <hycgan, hogode, hogod>   think, resolve   --
8.114
THINK :   <onmunan, onman, onmunon, onmunde>   esteem, remember, think worthy   --
3.344
THINK :   <ðencan, ðōhte, ðōht>   think, intend, resolve   --
6.203, 6.231
THINK :   <ðyncan, ðūhte, geðūht>   seem, appear; think   --
5.310
THIRTY :   <þrītig>   thirty   --
4.130
THIS :   <ðes, ðēos, ðis>   this   --
2.256, 4.438, 4.449, 5.10, 6.32, 6.200
THIS :   <ðēs, ðēos, ðis>   this   --
2.189, 2.280
THITHER :   <þider>   thither   --
3.79, 3.161
THITHER :   <þyder>   thither   --
4.376
THOUGH :   <þēah>   yet, though, however   --
3.407, 4.48, 5.182
THOUGHT :   <geðōht>   thought   --
9.263
THREE :   <þrīe, þrēo, þrēo>   three   --
4.152, 5.68, 5.100, 5.394, 5.400, 5.434, 6.47
THRIVE :   <geþēon, geþāh, geþigon, geþigen>   thrive, prosper   --
1.188
THRIVE :   <ðēon, ðāh, ðigon, ðigen>   thrive, prosper   --
1.55
THRONG :   <geþrang>   throng, tumult   --
6.45
THRONG :   <þringan, þrong, þrungon, þrungen>   throng, crowd, press   --
7.129, 9.61
THROUGH :   <geond>   over, through(out)   --
4.274, 7.253, 8.15
THROUGH :   <þurh>   through, by (means of)   --
2.49, 2.144, 7.52
THURSTAN :   <Þūrstān>   Thurstan   --
6.29
THUS :   <swilce>   such (manner), thus, likewise   --
10.60, 10.62
THUS :   <swā>   so, thus   --
1.152, 2.302, 4.100, 4.102, 4.172, 4.174, 4.192, 4.194, 5.252, 5.254, 5.307, 6.227, 6.239, 6.264, 7.9, 7.47, 8.37, 8.115, 8.159, 10.38, 10.91, 10.93, 10.153, 10.180
TIE :   <bindan, bond, bundon, bunden>   bind, tie   --
8.110, 8.150, 9.66, 9.245
TIME :   <cierr>   occasion, time, turn   --
5.326
TIME :   <hwīl>   while, time   --
1.113, 4.248, 4.255, 4.408, 6.99, 9.138
TIME :   <longe>   for long (time)   --
8.17
TIME :   <mǣl>   time, occasion   --
9.282
TIME :   <tīd>   time   --
2.14, 2.94, 2.130
TO :   <>   (in)to   --
1.96, 2.79, 2.107, 2.323, 3.209, 4.155, 4.454, 5.42, 5.334, 5.364, 6.246, 8.89, 8.238, 8.284, 9.151, 9.285
TOGETHER :   <somod>   also, together   --
7.24
TOIL :   <geswinc-dæg>   day of toil   --
9.16
TOSSING :   <gewealc>   rolling, tossing   --
9.31
TRACK :   <lāst>   track, footprint   --
9.107
TRACK :   <wræc-lāst>   path of exile, lit. misery track   --
8.25, 8.256
TRAVEL :   <faran, fōr, fōron, faren>   go, ride, travel   --
5.41, 5.361, 5.391
TRAVEL :   <fēran, fērde, fēred>   go, travel   --
9.286
TRAVERSE :   <oferfēran, oferfērde, oferfēred>   traverse   --
4.180, 4.200
TREASURE :   <gestrēon>   wealth, treasure   --
10.79
TREASURE :   <hord>   hoard, treasure   --
10.64
TREASURE :   <hord-cofa>   treasure chamber, lit. hoard cove   --
8.113
TREASURE :   <sinc>   jewels, riches, treasure   --
8.199
TREASURE :   <sinc-þegu>   lit. treasure receipt   --
8.276
TREAT :   <wēman, wēmde, wēmed>   attract, entice, treat   --
8.220
TREE :   <æsc>   ash (tree), spear; boat, ship   --
5.217, 5.240, 6.141
TRIAL :   <gecunnian, gecunnade, gecunnad>   know; try, test, make trial of   --
9.24
TRIBE :   <lēod>   person, member of tribe   --
1.173, 10.8, 10.183, 10.203
TRIBE :   <mǣgþ>   tribe, nation   --
1.30, 1.185
TRIBUTE :   <gombe>   tribute   --
1.64
TRIFLE :   <hwōn>   trifle   --
9.220
TROOP :   <ðrēat>   band, troop   --
1.28
TRUE :   <sōð-gied>   lit. true tale   --
9.10
TRUST :   <gelīefan, gelīefde, gelīefed>   grant; believe, trust   --
9.209
TRUTH :   <sōð>   truth   --
8.90
TRY :   <gecunnian, gecunnade, gecunnad>   know; try, test, make trial of   --
9.24
TUMULT :   <gelāc>   tumult, commotion   --
9.269
TUMULT :   <geþrang>   throng, tumult   --
6.45
TUMULT :   <unstilnes>   disturbance, tumult   --
3.76
TURN :   <cierr>   occasion, time, turn   --
5.326
TURN :   <wendan, wende, wended>   wend, turn, go   --
6.202
TURN :   <windan, wond, wundon, wunden>   wind, twist, turn   --
6.260, 8.258
TWAIN :   <twēgen, twā, tū>   twain, two   --
4.178, 5.251, 5.436
TWELVE :   <twelf>   twelve   --
10.112
TWILIGHT :   <ūhta>   dawn, twilight   --
8.57
TWIST :   <windan, wond, wundon, wunden>   wind, twist, turn   --
6.260, 8.258
TWO :   <twēgen, twā, tū>   twain, two   --
4.178, 5.251, 5.436
UNDER :   <under>   under   --
1.52, 7.13, 7.41, 7.99, 7.249
UNDERSTAND :   <ongietan, ongeat, ongēaton, ongieten>   grasp, understand   --
1.106, 3.7
UNHARMED :   <gesund>   safe, unharmed   --
3.303
UNLESS :   <būton>   unless; except (that)   --
5.306
UNTAMED :   <wilde>   wild, untamed   --
4.63
UNTIL :   <>   until   --
2.12, 3.22, 3.121, 4.451
UNTIL :   <>   until, up to, as far as   --
4.220
UNTIL :   <oð þæt>   until   --
1.56, 3.53, 3.371, 6.274
UNWAVERINGLY :   <unwāclīce>   bravely, unwaveringly   --
6.123
UP :   <hafenian, hafenode, hafenod>   raise, lift up   --
6.136
UP :   <>   until, up to, as far as   --
4.220
UP :   <uppe>   up, above   --
5.418
UP :   <āhebban, āhōf, āhōfon, āhafen>   raise, lift up   --
7.259
UP :   <ūp>   up, upwards   --
4.477, 4.528, 7.144
UPON :   <on>   on(to), upon   --
1.160, 1.165, 2.133, 3.13, 3.24, 3.32, 3.48, 3.67, 3.142, 3.189, 4.49, 4.79, 4.169, 4.177, 4.189, 4.197, 4.214, 4.249, 4.258, 4.292, 4.298, 4.332, 4.361, 4.384, 4.389, 4.422, 4.459, 4.479, 4.508, 4.530, 5.7, 5.9, 5.16, 5.19, 5.66, 5.94, 5.98, 5.114, 5.119, 5.131, 5.153, 5.165, 5.200, 5.203, 5.300, 5.304, 5.343, 5.381, 5.406, 5.419, 5.456, 6.44, 6.53, 6.71, 6.86, 6.184, 6.261, 6.266, 6.276, 7.19, 7.64, 7.127, 7.192, 7.204, 7.257, 8.279, 9.95, 9.248, 10.10, 10.29, 10.53, 10.63, 10.83
UPWARD :   <ufe-weard>   upward   --
5.403
UPWARDS :   <wið uppan>   upwards, above   --
4.67
UPWARDS :   <ūp>   up, upwards   --
4.477, 4.528, 7.144
URGE :   <biddan, bæd, bǣdon, beden>   bid, beseech, urge   --
6.115
USE :   <nēotan, nēat, nudon, noden>   use, employ   --
6.125
USEFUL :   <nyt-wyrðe>   useful   --
5.313
USELESS :   <unnyt>   useless   --
10.92
UTTER :   <wrecan, wræc, wræcon, wrecen>   wreak, force; tell, utter   --
7.190, 7.233, 9.11, 10.127
UTTERLY :   <forswīðe>   utterly, excessively   --
5.58
VALIANT :   <dēor>   brave, valiant   --
9.323
VALIANT :   <hwætt>   bold, valiant   --
9.317
VALOR :   <ellen>   valor, courage   --
1.16
VERSE :   <fers>   sentence, verse   --
2.269
VERY :   <fulnēah>   almost, very nearly   --
5.250
VERY :   <indrihten>   (very) noble   --
8.96
VERY :   <micel>   much, very   --
3.36, 5.63
VERY :   <swīðe>   very, exceedingly   --
3.131, 4.11, 4.14, 4.52, 4.270, 4.310, 4.314, 4.474, 5.64, 5.83, 5.207, 5.214, 7.202
VICTORY :   <sigor>   victory   --
7.72
VIKING :   <wīcing>   Viking, pirate   --
6.263
VOYAGE :   <sīð>   journey, voyage   --
9.12
WADE :   <wadan, wōd, wōdon, waden>   wade, stride over   --
6.10, 8.24, 8.191
WALK :   <gongan, gēong, gēongon, gongen>   go, walk   --
2.106
WALK :   <gān>   go, walk, move   --
2.78, 2.192, 3.16, 3.215, 3.305, 6.27, 6.270
WALL :   <weall>   wall, rampart   --
10.36
WANDERER :   <eard-stapa>   wanderer, lit. earth-stepper   --
8.39
WANDERER :   <ānhaga>   recluse, wanderer   --
8.7
WAR :   <hild>   battle, war   --
6.277
WAR :   <wīg>   war, strife   --
1.171
WAR-PLAY :   <wīg-plega>   battle, lit. war-play   --
6.201
WARD :   <weard>   ward, guard, keeper   --
2.294, 2.330, 7.67
WARDS :   <norð>   north(wards)   --
4.101
WARDS :   <sūð>   south(wards)   --
5.38
WARDS :   <æfter>   after(wards), then   --
1.87, 2.333
WARN :   <manian, manode, manod>   warn, exhort, admonish   --
9.279
WARRIOR :   <eorl>   earl, nobleman, warrior   --
1.34, 8.95, 10.78
WARRIOR :   <sceaða>   enemy, warrior   --
1.27
WARRIOR :   <secg>   man, warrior   --
6.33
WARRIOR :   <wiga>   warrior   --
6.70
WARRIOR :   <wīgend>   warrior   --
6.80
WARRIOR :   <þegn>   thane, warrior   --
3.74, 3.148, 3.169, 5.91, 5.152
WATER :   <sund>   sea, water   --
7.258
WATER :   <wæter>   water   --
7.161
WATER-BIRD :   <hwilpe>   curlew? water-bird   --
9.156
WATER-WAY :   <lagu-lād>   water-way, ocean journey   --
8.16
WAVE :   <waðum>   wave, sea   --
8.194
WAVE :   <wǣg>   wave, billow   --
7.177, 9.137
WAVE :   <ȳð>   wave   --
7.232, 9.30
WAVE-PLANKING :   <wæg-þel>   ship, lit. wave-planking   --
7.20
WAVE-TRAVELER :   <wæg-līðend>   lit. wave-traveler   --
10.17
WAX :   <weaxan, wēox, wēoxon, wēaxen>   wax, grow   --
1.51
WAY :   <Norðweg>   Norway, lit. way leading north   --
4.462
WAY :   <weg>   way   --
4.458
WEALTH :   <gestrēon>   wealth, treasure   --
10.79
WEAPON :   <wǣpen>   weapon   --
6.124
WEAR :   <werian, werede, wered>   wear; defend, protect   --
3.21
WEARY :   <wērig>   weary, exhausted   --
6.83, 8.127, 9.226
WEDER :   <Weder>   Weder   --
10.7
WEEK :   <wucu>   week   --
4.179
WELL-SPRING :   <willeburne>   well-spring   --
7.126
WEND :   <wendan, wende, wended>   wend, turn, go   --
6.202
WESSEX :   <West-Seaxan>   West Saxons, Wessex   --
5.205
WEST :   <West-Seaxan>   West Saxons, Wessex   --
5.205
WHALE-ROAD :   <hron-rād>   sea, lit. whale-road   --
1.61
WHAT :   <hwā, hwā, hwæt>   who, what   --
1.5, 2.230
WHAT :   <lāf>   remnant, what is left   --
10.35
WHEN :   <siððan>   since, when, afterwards   --
4.513, 8.172
WHEN :   <þonne>   then, when   --
1.170, 2.39, 2.61, 2.68, 3.82, 3.278, 3.345, 4.208, 4.357, 4.430, 4.447, 4.492, 5.287, 9.48, 10.165
WHEN :   <þā>   then, when   --
2.89, 2.92, 2.124, 2.126, 2.138, 2.175, 2.253, 2.255, 2.259, 2.327, 3.6, 3.18, 3.29, 3.66, 3.78, 3.141, 3.158, 3.224, 3.269, 3.296, 3.336, 3.365, 5.5, 5.231, 5.323, 5.357, 5.390, 5.430, 6.5, 6.26, 7.6, 7.95, 7.280, 10.104
WHERE :   <hwǣr>   where   --
8.201
WHERE :   <þe>   than, where   --
3.347
WHERE :   <þǣr>   there, where   --
2.40, 2.127, 3.193, 4.144, 4.268, 5.34, 5.93, 5.331, 5.337, 6.64, 6.118, 9.39, 9.69, 9.129, 9.173, 9.176, 10.85
WHICH :   <sē, sēo, ðæt>   who, which, that   --
3.396, 4.24, 4.365, 6.116, 7.34, 8.240
WHICH :   <þe>   that, which, who   --
1.107, 2.15, 2.211, 2.273, 3.149, 3.173, 3.257, 3.323, 3.350, 3.382, 4.330, 4.433, 5.30, 5.92, 5.218, 6.197, 6.291, 7.160, 8.73, 8.209, 8.232, 8.241, 9.93, 9.212
WHILE :   <hwīl>   while, time   --
1.113, 4.248, 4.255, 4.408, 6.99, 9.138
WHIT :   <wiht>   whit, thing   --
2.183, 2.198
WHO :   <hwā, hwā, hwæt>   who, what   --
1.5, 2.230
WHO :   <sē, sēo, ðæt>   who, which, that   --
3.396, 4.24, 4.365, 6.116, 7.34, 8.240
WHO :   <þe>   that, which, who   --
1.107, 2.15, 2.211, 2.273, 3.149, 3.173, 3.257, 3.323, 3.350, 3.382, 4.330, 4.433, 5.30, 5.92, 5.218, 6.197, 6.291, 7.160, 8.73, 8.209, 8.232, 8.241, 9.93, 9.212
WHOSOEVER :   <swā hwilc swā>   whosoever   --
3.81
WHY :   <tō hwon>   why   --
9.344
WICK-REEVE :   <wīc-gerēfa>   lit. wick-reeve   --
5.164
WICKED :   <ārlēas>   base, dishonorable, wicked   --
7.234
WICKEDNESS :   <mānfǣhðu>   wickedness   --
7.173
WICKEDNESS :   <yfel>   evil, mischief, wickedness   --
5.339
WIDE :   <sīd>   wide, extensive   --
7.254
WIDELY :   <wīde>   widely, far   --
1.139, 10.18
WIELD :   <wealdan, wēold, wēoldon, wealden>   wield, direct   --
7.162
WIELDER :   <wealdend>   wielder, ruler, lord   --
1.125, 7.73
WIFE :   <wīf>   wife, woman   --
3.69, 7.23
WIFERTH :   <Wīferþ>   Wiferth   --
3.167
WIGELIN :   <Wīgelm>   Wigelin   --
6.51
WIGHT :   <Wiht>   (Isle of) Wight   --
5.335
WILD :   <hrēo>   fierce, wild, savage   --
7.248, 8.132
WILD :   <wilde>   wild, untamed   --
4.63
WILLING :   <willan>   wish, be willing   --
3.108, 3.260, 3.287, 6.218, 7.40, 8.117, 8.219, 9.348, 10.120
WINCHESTER :   <Winte-ceastre>   Winchester   --
5.166
WIND :   <wind>   wind   --
4.397
WIND :   <windan, wond, wundon, wunden>   wind, twist, turn   --
6.260, 8.258
WINE-GAY :   <wīn-gāl>   intoxicated, lit. wine-gay   --
9.223
WINTER :   <winter>   winter, year   --
7.94, 9.104
WINTER-CARING :   <winter-cearig>   sorrowful, lit. winter-caring   --
8.192
WISE :   <frōd>   old, wise, experienced   --
6.213
WISE :   <glēaw>   wise, prudent   --
7.102
WISH :   <willan>   wish, be willing   --
3.108, 3.260, 3.287, 6.218, 7.40, 8.117, 8.219, 9.348, 10.120
WISTAN :   <Wīstān>   Wistan   --
6.28
WITH :   <mid>   with   --
2.212, 3.254, 3.325, 3.351, 3.384, 5.70, 5.84, 5.211, 5.215, 5.362, 5.393, 7.97, 7.103, 8.20, 8.221
WITHIN :   <innan>   in, within   --
7.77, 9.77
WITHIN :   <mid>   within   --
7.273
WITHOUT :   <būton>   without, except for   --
3.125, 3.394, 5.463, 9.133
WITHOUT :   <feoh-lēas>   moneyless, lit. without cattle   --
5.31
WITHOUT :   <lēas>   without, bereft of   --
1.111
WITHSTAND :   <wiðstandan, wiðstōd, wiðstōdon, wiðstanden>   withstand, resist   --
8.129
WOLF :   <Bēo-wulf>   bear, lit. bee wolf   --
1.135
WOMAN :   <wīf>   wife, woman   --
3.69, 7.23
WONDER :   <wundor>   miracle, wonder   --
2.304
WORD :   <word>   word, speech   --
2.272, 6.114, 7.54, 10.161
WORK :   <bewyrcan, beworhte, beworht>   work, construct, cover   --
10.37
WORK :   <ellen-weorc>   work of courage   --
10.143
WORK :   <weorc>   work, deed   --
2.300
WORLD :   <middan-eard>   middle-earth, world   --
2.328, 7.175
WORLD :   <woruld>   world   --
7.128
WORLDLY :   <worold-ār>   worldly honor   --
1.126
WORTHILY :   <weorðlīc>   worthily, honorably   --
10.40
WORTHY :   <onmunan, onman, onmunon, onmunde>   esteem, remember, think worthy   --
3.344
WOUND :   <gewundian, gewundode, gewundod>   wound   --
3.37, 3.132, 3.411
WOUND :   <wund>   wound   --
6.82
WREAK :   <wrecan, wræc, wræcon, wrecen>   wreak, force; tell, utter   --
7.190, 7.233, 9.11, 10.127
WRETCH :   <wrecca>   wretch, exile   --
9.106
WRETCHED-CARING :   <earm-cearig>   miserable, lit. wretched-caring   --
8.165, 9.101
WROTH :   <wrāð>   wroth, angry   --
8.42
WULFRED :   <Wulfred>   Wulfred   --
5.134
YARD :   <geard>   yard, enclosure; dwelling   --
1.91
YEAR :   <gēar>   year   --
5.11, 5.69, 5.101, 5.196, 5.221, 5.329
YEAR :   <winter>   winter, year   --
7.94, 9.104
YEAR-DAY :   <gēar-dæg>   lit. year-day   --
1.9
YELL :   <begiellan, begeall, begullon, begollen>   yell, scream, screech   --
9.185
YET :   <gēn>   still, yet, further   --
10.88
YET :   <hwæðere>   but, yet, however   --
2.216
YET :   <þēah>   yet, though, however   --
3.407, 4.48, 5.182
YIELD :   <cringan, crong, crungon, crungen>   cringe, yield; die   --
6.81
YIELD :   <gieldan, geald, guldon, golden>   yield, pay   --
1.65
YORE :   <geāra>   yore, long since   --
8.173
YOU :   <ðū>   you   --
2.217, 3.348
YOUNG :   <geong>   young   --
1.89, 1.154
YOUNGSTER :   <geogoð>   youth, youngster   --
7.104, 8.280, 9.315
YOUTH :   <geogoð>   youth, youngster   --
7.104, 8.280, 9.315
ZEALAND :   <Sillende>   Zealand   --
4.514