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Master Glossary

Jonathan Slocum

This Master Glossary page lists, in an alphabetical order suitable to the language and the script employed for it, every unique word form that appears in lesson texts and, for each word, its unique glosses. In addition to the gloss information, sans contextual translation, links are provided to every appearance, in every numbered lesson, of the word/gloss in question. With this index one may perform a quick "word look-up" and, in addition, study how words are used in context by clicking on their links.

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ā
adverb <ā> always, ever -- 6.193, 9.339
abead
strong verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <ābēodan, ābēad, ābudon, āboden> bid, announce -- 7.55
ac
conjunction <ac> and, but, however -- 3.116, 5.60, 6.219
ācwehte
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <ācweccan, ācwehte, ācweht> shake, brandish; quiver -- 6.142
ædra
noun, feminine <ædre> artery, channel -- 7.131
æfter
adverb <æfter> after(wards), then -- 1.87, 2.333
ǣghwylc
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <ǣghwilc> all, every -- 1.58
ǣgðer
conjunction <ǣg-hwæðer> both...and -- 5.279, 5.341
ǣlce
adjective; instrumental singular of <ǣlc> all, any -- 4.393
Ælfred
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Ælfred> Alfred -- 5.233
ælmihtig
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <ælmihtig> almighty -- 2.338, 7.38, 7.49
ǣnig
adjective; accusative singular neuter of <ǣnig> any -- 2.23
ǣnig
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <ǣnig> any -- 4.493
ǣr
adverb <ǣr> ere, before, formerly -- 1.109, 3.178, 3.324, 5.222, 6.49, 10.65
ǣrest
adverb; superlative of <ǣr> ere, before, formerly -- 1.36, 2.318, 4.427
ǣror
adverb; comparative of <ǣr> ere, before, formerly -- 10.95
æsc
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <æsc> ash (tree), spear; boat, ship -- 6.141
æscas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <æsc> ash (tree), spear; boat, ship -- 5.240
æscum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <æsc> ash (tree), spear; boat, ship -- 5.217
æt
preposition <æt> at, against -- 2.143, 5.147, 5.324, 5.402, 5.437, 6.119, 9.45
ætgifan
noun, masculine; dative singular of <æt-gifa> food-giver -- 7.46
Æþelgāres
proper noun, masculine; genitive singular of <Æþelgār> Aethelgar -- 6.241
æþeling
strong noun, masculine; accusative singular of <æðeling> nobleman, prince -- 3.26, 3.188, 3.377
æþeling
strong noun, masculine; nominative singular of <æðeling> nobleman, prince -- 3.97
æþelinga
strong noun, masculine; genitive plural of <æðeling> nobleman, prince -- 10.109
æþelingas
strong noun, masculine; nominative plural of <æðeling> nobleman, prince -- 1.15
æðelo
indeclinable noun, feminine; accusative singular of <æðelo> noble race -- 7.272
āgāne
anomalous verb; past participle of <ā-gān> pass, occur, lit. away go -- 5.422
āgenne
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <āgen> own -- 3.229
agenum
adjective; dative of <āgen> own -- 7.78
āh
preterite-present verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <āgan, āh, āgon, āhte> have, possess -- 9.213
ahof
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person singular preterite of <āhebban, āhōf, āhōfon, āhafen> raise, lift up -- 7.259
aldorlēase
noun, masculine <ealdor> elder, parent, prince + adjective; nominative plural masculine <lēas> without, bereft of -- 1.111
aldormon
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <ealdor-monn> nobleman, lit. older man -- 3.164
aldormonnes
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <ealdor-monn> nobleman, lit. older man -- 3.399
alle
adjective; nominative plural of <eall> all -- 3.47, 3.123, 3.393
ambyrne
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <ambyr> favorable, fair -- 4.396
ān
indefinite article; nominative singular of <ān> a, an, one -- 4.359, 5.447
āna
adjective <ān> alone, single -- 8.56
and
conjunction <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, 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, 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
andsware
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <andswaru> answer, response -- 2.257
andswarode
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <andswarian, andswarode, andswarod> answer, respond -- 2.176
Angelcyn
proper noun, neuter; accusative singular of <Angel-cynn> English, lit. Angle kin -- 5.56
ānhaga
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <ānhaga> recluse, wanderer -- 8.7
ānum
indefinite article; dative singular masculine of <ān> a, an, one -- 3.126, 3.395, 4.385
āra
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <ār> oar -- 5.267
ārǣd
adjective <ārǣd> arranged, inexorable -- 8.29
ārās
strong verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <ārīsan, ārās, ārison, ārisen> arise -- 2.69
āre
strong noun, feminine; genitive singular of <ār> honor, favor -- 8.8
arleasra
adjective <ārlēas> base, dishonorable, wicked -- 7.234
āsecgan
weak verb, class III; infinitive of <āsecgan, āsægde, āsægd> say, relate -- 8.80
atol
adjective; accusative singular neuter of <atol> dire, repulsive -- 9.29
āþer
correlative conjunction <āhwæþer> either -- 4.27
bæcbord
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <bæc-bord> larboard, port side -- 4.461
bǣdon
strong verb, class V; 3rd person plural preterite of <biddan, bæd, bǣdon, beden> bid, beseech, urge -- 6.115
baldlīce
adverb <bald-līce> boldly -- 6.145
bana
weak noun, masculine; nominative singular of <bana> bane, slayer -- 6.48
banan
weak noun, masculine; accusative singular of <bana> bane, slayer -- 3.285
be
preposition <be> at, by, near -- 2.51, 2.153, 4.412, 5.208, 5.347, 6.222, 6.226, 7.105, 9.7, 9.50
be norðan
adverb <be norðan> north of -- 4.348
beadurōfes
adjective <beadurōf> bold, heroic -- 10.32
beæftan
preposition <beæftan> behind -- 3.151, 3.175
bealosīþa
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <bealu-sīð> peril, calamity. lit. harm-journey -- 9.219
bearme
noun, masculine; dative singular of <bearm> bosom, lap -- 1.162
bearn
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <bearn> child -- 7.174
bearn
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <bearn> child -- 10.110
bearn
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <bearn> child -- 6.52, 6.242
bearnum
noun, neuter; dative plural of <bearn> child -- 2.321, 7.98
beboden
strong verb, class II; past participle of <bebēodan, bebēad, bebudon, beboden> command, instruct -- 2.116
bēcn
noun, neuter <bēcn> beacon, sign -- 10.33
bēg
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <bēag> ring, crown -- 10.56
bēgen
pronoun; nominative dual masculine of <bēgen> both -- 6.100
begēton
strong verb, class V; 3rd person plural preterite of <begietan, begeat, begēaton, begieten> get, acquire -- 5.36
begnornodon
weak verb, class II; 3rd person plural preterite of <begnornian, begnornode, begnornod> mourn, lament -- 10.181
beleac
strong verb, class II; preterite singular of <belūcan, belēac, belucon, belocen> close, lock, shut -- 7.65, 7.284
belocen
strong verb, class II; past participle of <belūcan, belēac, belucon, belocen> close, lock, shut -- 3.210
bēon
anomalous verb; infinitive of <bēon> be, become, exist -- 4.151, 5.314
beorg
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <beorg> hill, mountain -- 10.54
beorgas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <beorg> hill, mountain -- 7.252
Beorhtulf
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Beorhtulf> Bertulf -- 5.129
beornas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <beorn> man, nobleman -- 6.103, 6.146
Beornulf
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Beornulf> Bernuff -- 5.163
bēotan
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person plural preterite of <bēatan, bēot, bēoton, bēaten> beat, pound, strike -- 9.175
Bēowulf
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Bēo-wulf> bear, lit. bee wolf -- 1.135
berað
strong verb, class IV; 3rd person plural present of <beran, bær, bǣron, boren> bear, carry -- 4.285
betimbredon
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <betimbran, betimbrede, betimbred> build, construct -- 10.28
betux
preposition <betux> between -- 4.435
beworhton
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <bewyrcan, beworhte, beworht> work, construct, cover -- 10.37
bidǣled
weak verb, class I; past participle of <bedǣlan, bidǣlde, bidǣled> deprive, release -- 8.167
bīdan
strong verb, class I; infinitive of <bīdan, bād, bidon, biden> bide, endure, remain -- 9.230
bidroren
strong verb, class II; past participle of <bedrēosan, bedrēas, bedruron, bedroren> bereave, deprive of -- 9.109
bigeal
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <begiellan, begeall, begullon, begollen> yell, scream, screech -- 9.185
bigeat
strong verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite of <begietan, begeat, begēaton, begieten> get, acquire -- 9.42
bihongen
strong verb, class VII; past participle of <behōn, behēng, behēngon, behongen> hang round -- 9.117
bindað
strong verb, class III; 3rd person plural present of <bindan, bond, bundon, bunden> bind, tie -- 8.150
binde
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <bindan, bond, bundon, bunden> bind, tie -- 8.110
bīon
anomalous verb; infinitive of <bēon> be, become, exist -- 4.114
biscop
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <bisceop> bishop, prelate -- 5.113, 5.146
bitre
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <bitre> bitter, sharp -- 9.20
bið
anomalous verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <bēon> be, become, exist -- 4.426, 8.27, 8.236, 10.156
biþ
anomalous verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <bēon> be, become, exist -- 8.93
biwrāh
strong verb, class I; 1st person singular preterite of <bewrēon, biwrāh, biwrigon, biwrigen> cover, conceal -- 8.179
blǣd
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <blǣd> breath, spirit, life -- 8.264
blǣd
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <blǣd> blade, leaf -- 1.138
blisse
strong noun, feminine; genitive singular of <bliss> bliss, joy, happiness -- 2.42
bond
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <bindan, bond, bundon, bunden> bind, tie -- 9.245
bord
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <bord> board, shield -- 6.135, 7.15, 7.100
borda
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <bord> board, shield -- 6.7
brād
adjective; nominative singular of <brād> broad, open -- 4.117, 4.154, 4.173, 4.193, 10.16
brādost
adjective; superlative of <brād> broad, open -- 4.97
brādre
adjective; comparative of <brād> broad, open -- 4.120, 4.132, 4.491
brēme
adjective; nominative singular of <brēme> famous, renowned -- 1.137
brēostceare
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <brēost-cearu> anxiety, heart-care -- 9.21
brēostcofan
noun, masculine; dative singular of <brēost-cofa> heart, affections -- 8.149
brimlāde
noun, feminine; dative singular of <brim-lād> path of the sea, lit. sea lane -- 9.229
brimmen
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <brim-man> sailor, lit. sea man -- 6.9
bronda
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <brand> fire, flame -- 10.34
bryttan
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <brytta> giver, distributor -- 8.200
Bryttiscum
proper adjective; dative singular masculine of <Bryttisc> British -- 3.127
būde
irregular verb; 3rd person singular preterite of <būan, būde, bȳne> dwell, live -- 4.333, 4.347
budon
strong verb, class II; 3rd person plural preterite of <bēodan, bēad, budon, boden> bid, command, offer -- 3.297
burgum
strong noun, feminine; dative plural of <burg> enclosure, stonghold -- 9.218
būtan
preposition <būton> without, except for -- 3.125, 3.394, 9.133
būton
conjunction <būton> unless; except (that) -- 5.306
būton
preposition <būton> without, except for -- 5.463
bylde
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <byldan, bylde, bylded> cheer, encourage -- 6.244
bȳne
adjective; nominative singular neuter of <bȳn> inhabited, occupied -- 4.93
bȳnum
adjective; dative singular neuter of <bȳn> inhabited, occupied -- 4.70
Byrhtwold
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Byrhtwold> Byrhtwold -- 6.133
byrig
strong noun, feminine; dative singular of <burg> enclosure, stonghold -- 3.191
Cædmon
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Cædmon> Ca|edmon -- 2.164
caldast
adjective; superlative of <ceald> cold -- 9.251
calde
adjective; dative singular masculine of <ceald> cold -- 9.60
caldum
adjective; dative plural masculine of <ceald> cold -- 9.67
care
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <cearu> care, grief, sorrow -- 10.121
cēapes
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <cēap> cattle -- 5.71
ceare
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <cear> care, sorrow -- 8.60
ceare
noun, feminine; nominative plural of <cearu> care, grief, sorrow -- 9.71
cearselda
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <cear-seld> place of sorrow, care-place -- 9.27
cenned
weak verb, class I; past participle of <cennan, cennede, cenned> beget, conceive, bring forth -- 1.88
cēnre
adjective; comparative of <cēne> bold -- 6.161
Cent
proper noun, feminine; dative singular of <Cent> Kent -- 5.120
cēole
noun, masculine; dative singular of <cēol> keel (of a ship) -- 9.26
Cēolmund
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Cēolmund> Ceolmund -- 5.117
cirre
noun, masculine; dative singular of <cierr> occasion, time, turn -- 5.326
clifum
noun, neuter; dative plural of <clif> cliff -- 9.51
clommum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <clom> bond, fetter; grasp -- 9.68
clūdig
adjective; nominative singular of <clūdig> rocky -- 4.53
cnossað
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular present of <cnossian, cnossode, cnossod> drive, pitch -- 9.52
cnyssað
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural present of <cnyssan, cnysede, cnysed> beat, strike -- 9.260
cōmon
strong verb, class IV; 3rd person plural preterite of <cuman, cwōm, cwōmon, cumen> come -- 5.330
con
modal (preterit-present) verb, class III; 1st person singular present indicative of <cunnan, cann, cunnon, cūðe> can, know how to -- 2.181
corna
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <corn> corn, grain -- 9.250
cruncon
strong verb, class III; 3rd person plural preterite of <cringan, crong, crungon, crungen> cringe, yield; die -- 6.81
cuǣdon
strong verb, class V; 3rd person plural preterite of <cweðan, cwæð, cwǣdon, cweden> say, speak -- 3.270, 3.315, 3.337
cume
strong verb, class IV; 3rd person singular present optative of <cuman, cwōm, cwōmon, cumen> come -- 1.172
cunnað
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular present of <cunnian, cunnode, cunnod> seek, explore, experience -- 8.233
cunnige
weak verb, class II; 1st person singular present subjunctive of <cunnian, cunnode, cunnod> seek, explore, experience -- 9.271
cūðe
modal (preterit-present) verb, class III; 1st person singular preterite indicative of <cunnan, cann, cunnon, cūðe> can, know how to -- 2.199
cwǣdon
strong verb, class V; 3rd person plural preterite of <cweðan, cwæð, cwǣdon, cweden> say, speak -- 10.194
cwæð
strong verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite of <cweðan, cwæð, cwǣdon, cweden> say, speak -- 2.179, 2.209, 2.228, 2.241, 4.143, 4.342, 4.378, 8.38
Cwēna
proper noun, masculine plural; genitive of <Cwēnas> Cwenas, Cwena people -- 4.236
Cwēnas
proper noun, masculine plural; nominative of <Cwēnas> Cwenas, Cwena people -- 4.246, 4.287
cwicra
adjective; genitive plural of <cwic> quick, alive -- 8.71
cwilde
noun, masc/fem/neut; dative singular of <cwild> disease, plague, pestilence -- 5.72
cwīðan
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <cwīðan, cwīðe, cwīðed> accuse; bewail, lament -- 10.122
cwīþan
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <cwīðan, cwīðe, cwīðed> accuse; bewail, lament -- 8.61
cymð
strong verb, class IV; 3rd person singular present of <cuman, cwōm, cwōmon, cumen> come -- 4.453
cyng
strong noun, masculine; nominative singular of <cyning> king -- 5.234, 5.360
cynges
strong noun, masculine; genitive singular of <cyning> king -- 5.90, 5.151, 5.169
cyning
strong noun, masculine; accusative singular of <cyning> king -- 3.50
cyning
strong noun, masculine; nominative singular of <cyning> king -- 1.76, 3.9, 3.155, 3.195
cyninge
strong noun, masculine; dative singular of <cyning> king -- 3.327, 3.353
cyninges
strong noun, masculine; genitive singular of <cyning> king -- 3.73, 3.147
cȳþdon
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <cȳðan, cȳðde, cȳðed> reveal, make known -- 3.249
dǣdum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <dǣd> deed, action -- 9.321
dæge
noun, masculine; instrumental singular of <dæg> day -- 4.394
daga
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <dæg> day -- 7.208
dagum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <dæg> day -- 4.199, 10.31
Defenum
proper noun, masculine plural; dative of <Defenas> Devonians, Devonshire -- 5.344
dēmdon
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <dēman, dēmde, dēmed> deem, judge; praise -- 10.145
Denisc
proper adjective; accusative singular of <Denisc> Danish -- 5.305
dēor
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <dēor> brave, valiant -- 9.323
dōm
strong noun, masculine; accusative singular of <dōm> doom, decision; glory -- 3.230
dōmgeorne
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <dōm-georn> lit. glory-desirous -- 8.144
Dorceceastre
proper noun, feminine; dative singular of <Dorce-ceastre> Dorchester -- 5.148
drehton
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <dreccan, drehte, dreht> afflict, harass -- 5.197
drēorig
adverb <drēorig> drearily, sadly -- 8.198
drēorigne
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <drēorig> dreary, sad -- 8.145
drihten
noun, masculine <drihten> lord, prince, ruler -- 7.51, 7.117
drihten
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <drihten> lord, prince, ruler -- 7.277
drugon
strong verb, class II; 3rd person plural preterite of <drēogan, drēag, drugon, drogen> endure, suffer -- 1.110
drȳgum
adjective; dative singular of <drȳge> dry -- 5.407
dryhten
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <drihten> lord, prince, ruler -- 2.307, 2.332, 9.334, 9.346
dugeðum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <duguð> host, body of retainers; glory -- 7.108
duguðum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <duguð> host, body of retainers; glory -- 10.144
durre
preterite-present verb, class III; 1st person singular present optative of <durran, dearr, durron, dorste> dare -- 8.78
duru
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <duru> door -- 3.15
dyde
anomalous verb; 1st person singular preterite indicative of <dōn> do, make -- 9.148
dyde
anomalous verb; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <dōn> do, make -- 2.95
dydon
anomalous verb; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <dōn> do, make -- 10.55
dyrum
adjective; dative plural of <dȳre> dear, beloved -- 7.109
eac
adverb <ēac> also, even, moreover -- 7.123
ēac
adverb <ēac> also, even, moreover -- 5.180, 5.285, 5.459
Ēadulf
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Ēadulf> Eadulf -- 5.150
eafera
weak noun, masculine; nominative singular of <eafora> son, heir -- 1.85, 1.142
eaforan
weak noun, masculine; accusative plural of <eafora> son, heir -- 7.16
eahtodan
weak verb, class II; 3rd person plural preterite of <eahtian, eahtode, eahtod> praise, esteem -- 10.139
eal
adjective; nominative singular of <eall> all -- 4.23
eal
adverb <eall> all, entirely -- 8.287
eald
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <eald> old -- 6.139
ealdor
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <ealdor> elder, parent, prince -- 6.180
ealdormon
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <ealdor-monn> nobleman, lit. older man -- 5.118, 5.130, 5.135
Ealdwold
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Ealdwold> Ealdwold -- 6.97
Ealhheard
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Ealhheard> Elhard -- 5.145
eall
adjective <eall> all -- 7.33
eall
adverb <eall> all -- 6.181, 10.59
ealle
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <eall> all -- 7.246
ealle
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <eall> all -- 4.406, 6.98
ealle
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <eall> all -- 2.47, 6.243
ealles
adjective; genitive singular of <eall> all -- 5.57, 5.82
ealne
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <eall> all -- 4.457
ealra
adjective; genitive plural masculine of <eall> all -- 5.213, 10.111
earce
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <earc> ark -- 7.76, 7.260
earce
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <earc> ark -- 7.14
eard
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <eard> home, land -- 9.292
eardiað
weak verb, class II; 3rd person plural present of <eardian, eardode, eardod> live, dwell -- 4.82
eardstapa
weak noun, masculine; nominative singular of <eard-stapa> wanderer, lit. earth-stepper -- 8.39
earfeþa
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <earfeðe> hardship, suffering -- 8.40
earfoðhwīle
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <earfoð-hwīl> lit. hardship-time -- 9.17
earmcearig
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <earm-cearig> miserable, lit. wretched-caring -- 8.165, 9.101
earn
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <earn> eagle -- 9.184
Ēastengle
proper noun, masculine plural; accusative of <Ēast-Engle> East Angles, East Anglia -- 5.17
Ēastenglum
proper noun, masculine plural; dative of <Ēast-Engle> East Angles, East Anglia -- 5.201
ēasteweard
adverb <ēast-weard> eastward -- 4.96
ēastewerd
adverb <ēast-weard> eastward -- 4.111
Ēastseaxum
proper noun, masculine plural; dative of <Ēast-Seaxan> East Saxons, Essex -- 5.132
ēce
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <ēce> eternal, everlasting -- 2.306, 2.331
Ecgulf
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Ecgulf> Egulf -- 5.168
eft
adverb <eft> afterwards, thereupon -- 1.167, 2.207
egorstreamas
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <ēagor-strēam> sea-stream, current -- 7.133
egsode
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <egsian, egsode, egsod> terrify -- 1.33
eldum
indeclinable noun, masculine plural; dative of <ylde> men -- 10.90
ellen
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <ellen> valor, courage -- 1.16
ellenweorc
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <ellen-weorc> work of courage -- 10.143
elþēodigra
adjective used as noun <elðēodig> alien, foreign, strange -- 9.291
emnlange
preposition <emnlange> along -- 4.68
endebyrdnes
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <endebyrdnes> order, sequence -- 2.279
endebyrdnesse
noun, feminine; dative singular of <endebyrdnes> order, sequence -- 2.50
ēode
anomalous verb; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <gān> go, walk, move -- 2.78, 2.192, 3.16, 6.27, 6.270
ēodon
anomalous verb; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <gān> go, walk, move -- 3.215, 3.305
eom
anomalous verb; 1st person singular present indicative of <is> be, become, exist -- 6.212
eorla
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <eorl> earl, nobleman, warrior -- 10.78
eorlas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <eorl> earl, nobleman, warrior -- 1.34
eorle
noun, masculine; dative singular of <eorl> earl, nobleman, warrior -- 8.95
eorlscipe
indeclinable noun, masculine; accusative singular of <eorlscipe> nobility, heroic deeds -- 10.140
eorðan
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <eorð> earth -- 2.320, 7.262, 10.80
eorþan
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <eorð> earth -- 6.87, 9.249, 9.307
ēowre
2nd person pronoun; used as adjective; nominative plural of <ðū> you -- 3.348
erian
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <erian, erede, ered> plow -- 4.31
ettan
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <ettan, ettede, etted> graze, pasture -- 4.29
eðelland
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <ēðel-land> native land -- 7.179
ēðle
noun, masculine; dative singular of <ēðel> home, native land -- 8.166
fæder
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <fæder> father -- 1.161
fæge
adjective; accusative singular of <fǣge> doomed, fated -- 7.205
fǣges
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <fǣge> doomed, fated -- 6.16
fægrost
adverb; superlative of <fæger> fairly, beautifully -- 9.97
fæsle
noun, neuter; dative singular of <fæsl> progeny, offspring -- 7.36
fæste
adverb <fæste> fast, firmly, securely -- 6.69, 8.109, 8.151
faran
strong verb, class VI; infinitive of <faran, fōr, fōron, faren> go, ride, travel -- 5.361
feaht
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <feohtan, feaht, fuhton, fohten> fight -- 6.34
fēasceaft
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <fēasceaft> poor, destitute -- 1.38
fēasceaftig
adjective <fēasceaftig> poor, destitute -- 9.196
fela
indeclinable adjective <fela> much, many -- 5.220, 9.28
feoh
strong noun, neuter; accusative singular of <feoh> cattle, goods, money -- 3.99
feohgiftum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <feoh-gift> money-, lit. cattle-gift -- 1.159
feohlēase
adjective; nominative plural of <feoh-lēas> moneyless, lit. without cattle -- 5.31
feohtende
strong verb, class III; present participle of <feohtan, feaht, fuhton, fohten> fight -- 3.52, 3.119, 3.369
fēol
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular preterite of <feallan, fēoll, fēollon, feallen> fall, flow -- 6.85, 9.247
feor
adverb <feor> far (from) -- 8.203, 9.289
feor
preposition <feor> far (from) -- 8.169
fēores
strong noun, masc/neut; genitive singular of <feorh> life -- 6.214
feorh
strong noun, masc/neut; accusative singular of <feorh> life -- 3.101, 3.404, 7.235
feorhhūs
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <feorh-hūs> body, lit. life-house -- 6.17
fēos
strong noun, neuter; genitive singular of <feoh> cattle, goods, money -- 3.231
feowertig
numeral <fēowertig> forty -- 7.207
fēran
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <fēran, fērde, fēred> go, travel -- 9.286
ferhðum
noun, masc/neut; dative plural of <ferð> mind, soul, spirit -- 10.163
fers
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <fers> sentence, verse -- 2.269
fersce
adjective; nominative plural of <fersc> fresh -- 4.273
ferð
noun, masc/neut; accusative singular of <ferð> mind, soul, spirit -- 9.197, 9.284
ferðloca
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <ferð-loca> breast, heart, lit. spirit enclosure -- 8.260
ferðlocan
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <ferð-loca> breast, heart, lit. spirit enclosure -- 8.108
fēt
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <fōt> foot -- 9.63
feterum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <fetor> fetter, shackle -- 8.170
fīfum
numeral; dative plural of <fīf> five -- 5.464
findan
strong verb, class III; infinitive of <findan, fond, fundon, funden> find -- 8.206, 10.43
Finnas
proper noun, masculine plural; nominative of <Finnas> Finns -- 4.83
fīrum
noun, masculine plural; dative of <firas> men, people -- 2.335
flæschoman
weak noun, masculine; accusative singular of <flǣsc-homa> body -- 7.237
flēag
strong verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <flēogan, flēag, flugon, flogen> flee, fly -- 9.121
flod
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <flōd> flood, deluge -- 7.245
folc
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <folc> folk, people -- 7.206
folce
noun, neuter; dative singular of <folc> folk, people -- 1.95, 6.268
foldan
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <folde> earth, ground -- 2.336
foldan
noun, feminine; dative singular of <folde> earth, ground -- 9.96
foldan
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <folde> earth, ground -- 8.263
folgian
weak verb, class II; infinitive of <folgian, folgode, folgod> follow, obey, serve -- 3.286
for
preposition <for> for, because of -- 2.71
for ðon
conjunction <for þon> because, therefore -- 8.143
for þon
conjunction <for þon> because, therefore -- 2.35, 2.187, 2.196, 9.207, 9.259, 9.301
foran
adverb <foran> before, in front -- 5.380
forbēah
strong verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <forbūgan, forbēah, forbugon, forbogen> flee from -- 6.294
fore
preposition <fore> for, before -- 9.158, 9.163
foresnotre
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <fore-snotor> clever, prudent -- 10.41
forfōran
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person plural preterite of <for-faran, for-fōr, for-fōron, for-faren> obstruct, get in front of -- 5.376
forgeaf
strong verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite of <forgifan, forgeaf, forgēafon, forgiefen> give, grant -- 1.127
forhēawen
strong verb, class VII; past participle; nominative singular masculine of <forhēawan, forhēow, forhēowon, forhēawen> hew, cut down -- 6.182
forlēt
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular preterite of <forlǣtan, forlēt, forlēton, forlǣten> leave, abandon -- 2.98, 6.258
forlēton
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person plural preterite of <forlǣtan, forlēt, forlēton, forlǣten> leave, abandon -- 10.77
fōron
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person plural preterite of <faran, fōr, fōron, faren> go, ride, travel -- 5.41, 5.391
forste
noun, masculine; dative singular of <forst> frost -- 9.65
forswīðe
adverb <forswīðe> utterly, excessively -- 5.58
forð
adverb <forð> forth, thence -- 6.25, 10.167
forðfērdon
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <forð-fēran, forð-fērde, forð-fēred> die, depart, lit. go forth -- 5.97
fram
preposition <fram> from -- 6.199, 6.215
frea
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <frēa> lord, master -- 7.37
frēa
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <frēa> lord, master -- 2.337
frēfran
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <frēfran, frēfrede, frēfred> cheer, comfort -- 8.218, 9.198
fremedon
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <fremman, fremede, fremed> do, perform -- 1.17
frēoge
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular present optative of <frēogan, frēoge, frēog> love -- 10.164
frēomǣgum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <frēo-mǣg> noble (lit. free) kinsman -- 8.168
frēondlēasne
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <frēond-lēas> friend-less -- 8.217
frēorig
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <frēorig> chill, cold, freezing -- 8.261
Frēsisc
proper adjective; accusative singular of <Frēsisc> Frisian -- 5.301
frōd
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <frōd> old, wise, experienced -- 6.213
frōfre
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <frōfor> relief, solace, consolation -- 1.49
frōfre
noun, feminine; dative singular of <frōfor> relief, solace, consolation -- 1.97
from
adverb <fram> away -- 3.259, 3.304
from
preposition <fram> from -- 2.73, 7.120, 7.261
fromum
adjective; dative plural feminine of <from> bold, brave, splendid -- 1.158
frumsceaft
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <frumsceaft> creation -- 2.245
ful
adverb <ful> fully, completely -- 6.144, 8.28, 9.181
fulgon
strong verb, class III; 3rd person plural preterite of <fēolan, fealh, fulgon, folen> reach, penetrate -- 3.374
fulnēah
adverb <fulnēah> almost, very nearly -- 5.250
funden
strong verb, class III; past participle of <findan, fond, fundon, funden> find -- 1.39
fylð
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular present of <feallan, fēoll, fēollon, feallen> fall, flow -- 4.473
fyrenðearfe
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <fyren-ðearf> dire distress -- 1.105
fyrmest
adjective; superlative of <forma> first -- 6.269
ganetes
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <ganot> gannet, goose -- 9.153
gār
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <gār> spear -- 6.257
gār
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <gār> spear -- 6.13
Gār-Dena
proper noun, masculine plural; genitive of <gār-Dene> spear-Danes -- 1.7
gatu
strong noun, neuter; accusative plural of <geat> gate -- 3.207, 3.368
ge
conjunction <ge> both...and, either...or -- 5.280, 5.282, 5.284, 5.342, 5.345
geāra
adverb <geāra> yore, long since -- 8.173
gēara
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <gēar> year -- 5.221
gēardagum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <gēar-dæg> lit. year-day -- 1.9
geardum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <geard> yard, enclosure; dwelling -- 1.91
gēare
noun, neuter; instrumental singular of <gēar> year -- 5.196
gēares
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <gēar> year -- 5.329
gearo
adjective; nominative singular of <gearo> prepared, ready -- 3.83
gēarum
noun, neuter; dative plural of <gēar> year -- 5.69, 5.101
Gēata
proper noun, masculine; genitive plural of <Gēat> Geat -- 10.182
gebād
strong verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <gebīdan, gebād, gebidon, gebiden> remain; await; experience; attain -- 1.50
gebǣrum
strong noun, neuter; dative plural of <gebǣre> cry, behavior -- 3.70
gebēad
strong verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <gebēodan, gebēad, gebudon, geboden> offer -- 3.102, 3.225
gebēorscipe
noun, masculine; dative singular of <gebēorscipe> feast, beer party -- 2.38, 2.190
gebēorscipes
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <gebēorscipe> feast, beer party -- 2.102
gebiden
strong verb, class I; past participle of <gebīdan, gebād, gebidon, gebiden> remain; await; experience; attain -- 9.22, 9.216
gebīdeð
strong verb, class I; 3rd person singular present of <gebīdan, gebād, gebidon, gebiden> remain; await; experience; attain -- 8.9
gebind
noun, neuter <gebind> band, binding, fastening -- 8.195
geboden
strong verb, class II; past participle of <gebēodan, gebēad, gebudon, geboden> offer -- 3.321
gebræc
strong verb, class IV; 3rd person singular preterite of <gebrecan, gebræc, gebrǣcon, gebrocen> break, destroy, subdue -- 6.8
gebrocede
weak verb, class II; past participle; nominative plural of <gebrocian, gebrocede, gebroced> crush; hurt, afflict -- 5.65
gebrocod
weak verb, class II; past participle of <gebrocian, gebrocede, gebroced> crush; hurt, afflict -- 5.59
gebrōþru
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <gebrōþor> brother -- 6.102
gebunden
strong verb, class III; past participle of <bindan, bond, bundon, bunden> bind, tie -- 9.66
gecranc
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <gecringan, gecranc, gecrungon, gecrungen> cringe, fall, perish -- 6.278
gecunnad
weak verb, class II; past participle of <gecunnian, gecunnade, gecunnad> know; try, test, make trial of -- 9.24
gedēfe
adjective; nominative singular neuter of <gedēfe> fitting, seemly -- 10.155
gedēmed
weak verb, class I; past participle of <dēman, dēmde, dēmed> deem, judge; praise -- 2.44
gedōn
anomalous verb; past participle of <gedōn> act, do, bring to pass -- 9.347
gedrēas
strong verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <gedrēosan, gedrēas, gedruron, gedroren> fall, fail -- 8.288
gedydon
anomalous verb; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <gedōn> act, do, bring to pass -- 5.340
gefēngon
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person plural preterite of <gefōn, gefēng, gefēngon, gefangen> take, seize -- 5.431
gefēran
weak noun, masculine; nominative plural of <gefēra> companion, comrade -- 3.349, 8.239
gefērum
weak noun, masculine; dative plural of <gefēra> companion, comrade -- 3.320
gefor
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person singular preterite of <gefaran, gefōr, gefōron, gefaren> go, proceed -- 7.43
gefremman
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <gefremman, gefremede, gefremed> advance, further -- 8.135
gefrūnon
strong verb, class III; 1st person plural preterite of <gefrīnan, gefrān, gefrūnon, gefrūnen> learn, hear of -- 1.12
gegremode
weak verb, class II; past participle; nominative plural masculine of <gegremian, gegremode, gegremod> enrage -- 6.12
gehīerdun
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <gehīeran, gehīerede, gehīered> hear (of) -- 3.144
geholena
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <gehola> friend, confidant, protector -- 8.246
gehwære
adverb <gehwær> on every side, everywhere -- 7.132
gehwǣre
pronoun; dative singular feminine of <gehwā> each, everyone -- 1.186
gehwæs
pronoun; genitive singular of <gehwā> each, everyone -- 2.305
gehwelcum
indefinite pronoun; dative singular masculine of <gehwylc> each, every one -- 3.98
gehwylce
indefinite pronoun; instrumental singular masculine of <gehwylc> each, every one -- 8.58, 9.283
gehȳrde
weak verb, class I; 1st person singular preterite of <gehīeran, gehīerede, gehīered> hear (of) -- 9.132
gehȳrde
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <gehīeran, gehīerede, gehīered> hear (of) -- 2.277
gelāc
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <gelāc> tumult, commotion -- 9.269
gelǣsten
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural present optative of <gelǣstan, gelǣste, gelǣset> serve, stand by -- 1.174
geleornade
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <geleornian, geleornode, geleornod> learn, study -- 2.25
gelimplicre
adjective; dative singular feminine of <gelimplic> suitable -- 2.129
gelȳfedre
adjective; genitive singular feminine of <gelyfed> advanced -- 2.18
gelȳfeð
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular present of <gelīefan, gelīefde, gelīefed> grant; believe, trust -- 9.209
gemon
preterite-present verb, class IV; 3rd person singular present indicative of <gemunan, geman, gemunon, gemunde> remember, be mindful of -- 8.272
gemōt
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <gemōt> meeting, council, assembly -- 6.67
gemyndig
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <gemyndig> mindful -- 8.41
gēn
adverb <gēn> still, yet, further -- 10.88
genēat
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <genēat> companion, retainer -- 6.140
generede
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <generian, generede, genered> save, protect -- 3.405
genumen
strong verb, class IV; past participle of <geniman, genam, genāmon, genumen> seize, take -- 10.68
geogoðe
noun, feminine; dative singular of <geogoð> youth, youngster -- 7.104
geoguðe
noun, feminine; dative singular of <geogoð> youth, youngster -- 8.280
geoguþe
noun, feminine; dative singular of <geogoð> youth, youngster -- 9.315
geond
preposition <geond> over, through(out) -- 4.274, 7.253, 8.15
geong
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <geong> young -- 1.89, 1.154
gēre
noun, neuter; dative singular of <gēar> year -- 5.11
gescæpene
strong verb, class VI; past participle; plural of <gescieppan, gescōp, gescōpon, gesceapen> shape, create -- 5.302
gesceōp
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person singular preterite of <gescieppan, gescōp, gescōpon, gesceapen> shape, create -- 2.319
geseah
strong verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite of <gesēon, geseah, gesǣgon, gesegen> see, observe -- 2.63
gesēce
weak verb, class I; 1st person singular present of <gesēcan, gesōhte, gesōht> seek, desire -- 9.293
geseglian
weak verb, class II; infinitive of <geseglian, geseglode, geseglod> sail -- 4.383
geseted
weak verb, class I; past participle of <gesettan, gesette, geseted> set (out), appoint, establish -- 2.11
gesette
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <gesettan, gesette, geseted> set (out), appoint, establish -- 2.135
gestah
strong verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <gestīgan, gestāh, gestigon, gestigen> mount, ascend -- 7.101
gestrēon
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <gestrēon> wealth, treasure -- 10.79
gesunde
adjective; nominative plural of <gesund> safe, unharmed -- 3.303
geswincdagum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <geswinc-dæg> day of toil -- 9.16
gesȳne
strong verb, class V; past participle of <gesēon, geseah, gesǣgon, gesegen> see, observe -- 10.19
geþeo͡n
strong verb, class I; infinitive <geþēon, geþāh, geþigon, geþigen> thrive, prosper -- 1.188
geþicgean
strong verb, class V; infinitive of <geþicgan, geþeah, geþǣgon, geþegen> take, accept, receive -- 3.107
geþōhtas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <geðōht> thought -- 9.263
geþrange
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <geþrang> throng, tumult -- 6.45
geþrungen
strong verb, class III; past participle of <þringan, þrong, þrungon, þrungen> throng, crowd, press -- 9.61
geðungnestan
adjective used as substantive; superlative; accusative plural of <geðungen> grown, excellent, distinguished -- 5.185
gewat
strong verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <gewītan, gewāt, gewiton, gewiten> depart, go -- 7.8
gewāt
strong verb, class I; 1st person singular preterite of <gewītan, gewāt, gewiton, gewiten> depart, go -- 2.195
gewealc
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <gewealc> rolling, tossing -- 9.31
gewinne
noun, neuter; dative singular of <gewinn> battle, strife, struggle -- 6.72
geworhton
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <gewyrcan, geworhte, geworht> perform, achieve, accomplish -- 10.5
gewundad
weak verb, class II; past participle of <gewundian, gewundode, gewundod> wound -- 3.132, 3.411
gewundode
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <gewundian, gewundode, gewundod> wound -- 3.37
gewunigen
weak verb, class II; 3rd person plural present optative of <gewunian, gewunode, gewunod> remain with, stand by -- 1.168
gewyrcean
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <gewyrcan, geworhte, geworht> perform, achieve, accomplish -- 1.157
gif
conjunction <gif> if -- 3.234
gifena
strong noun, feminine; genitive plural of <giefu> gift, favor -- 9.310
gīsle
noun, masculine; dative singular of <gīsel> hostage -- 3.128
gleaw
adjective; nominative singular of <glēaw> wise, prudent -- 7.102
gnornian
weak verb, class II; infinitive of <gnornian, gnornode, gnornod> mourn, lament -- 6.195
God
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <God> God, Deity -- 1.93
gōd
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <gōd> good, excellent -- 1.75, 6.183, 9.312
gōde
adjective; dative singular neuter of <gōd> good, excellent -- 1.156
Godes
proper noun, masculine; genitive singular of <God> God, Deity -- 2.266, 5.54, 7.106
Godrīc
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Godrīc> Godric -- 6.245, 6.290
godsunu
strong noun, masculine; nominative singular of <godsunu> godson -- 3.400
gold
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <gold> gold -- 10.82
gold
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <gold> gold -- 8.259
goldwine
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <gold-wine> lit. gold-friend -- 8.175
goldwine
noun, masculine; nominative singular <gold-wine> lit. gold-friend -- 8.282
gomban
weak noun, feminine; accusative singular of <gombe> tribute -- 1.64
gomene
noun, neuter; dative singular of <gomen> pastime, pleasure, entertainment -- 9.152
gongende
strong verb, class VII; present participle of <gongan, gēong, gēongon, gongen> go, walk -- 2.106
Gotland
proper noun, neuter; nominative singular of <Got-land> Goth land -- 4.507
grap
strong verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <grīpan, grāp, gripon, gripen> grasp, seize -- 7.203
grēote
noun, neuter; dative singular of <grēot> grit, dust, earth -- 6.185, 10.84
grētte
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <grētan, grētte, grēted> greet, approach -- 2.150
grund
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <grund> ground, earth -- 7.255
guma
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <guma> man, hero -- 1.155
gūðe
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <gūð> battle -- 6.293
gūðe
noun, feminine; dative singular of <gūð> battle -- 6.11
gūþe
noun, feminine; dative singular of <gūð> battle -- 6.247
gyf
conjunction <gif> if -- 4.387
gyldan
strong verb, class III; infinitive of <gieldan, geald, guldon, golden> yield, pay -- 1.65
habban
weak verb, class III; infinitive of <habban, hæfde, hæfd> have, possess -- 7.39
habbað
weak verb, class III; 3rd person plural present of <habban, hæfde, hæfd> have, possess -- 4.309
hæbbe
weak verb, class III; 1st person singular present of <habban, hæfde, hæfd> have, possess -- 9.23
hæfde
weak verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <habban, hæfde, hæfd> have, possess -- 4.395, 7.90
hæfdon
weak verb, class III; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <habban, hæfde, hæfd> have, possess -- 3.57, 3.211, 5.265, 10.69
hægl
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <hagol> hail -- 9.119, 9.246
hæse
noun, feminine; dative singular of <hǣs> behest, command -- 7.107
hǣt
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular present of <hātan, heht, hēton, hāten> call, name; order -- 4.367
hafað
weak verb, class III; 3rd person singular present of <habban, hæfde, hæfd> have, possess -- 8.244
hafenode
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <hafenian, hafenode, hafenod> raise, lift up -- 6.136
hālette
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <hālettan, hālette, hāleted> hail, salute -- 2.148
Hālgoland
proper noun, neuter; nominative singular of <Hālgo-land> Helgeland -- 4.329
hālig
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <hālig> holy -- 2.325
hām
adverb <hām> home, homewards -- 2.77
Hāmtūnscīre
proper noun, feminine; dative singular of <Hāmtūn-scīr> Hampshire -- 5.136
hāte
adjective; nominative plural feminine of <hāt> hot, fervid -- 9.73
hātte
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular passive of <hātan, heht, hēton, hāten> call, name; order -- 4.328
he
3rd person pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 7.96, 7.281
3rd person pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 1.47, 2.6, 2.16, 2.21, 2.34, 2.62, 2.70, 2.90, 2.97, 2.125, 2.177, 2.208, 2.229, 2.242, 2.254, 2.261, 2.274, 2.303, 2.317, 3.12, 3.23, 3.174, 3.226, 3.402, 3.408, 4.5, 4.142, 4.331, 4.341, 4.377, 4.409, 4.452, 6.42, 6.143, 6.256, 6.265, 6.275, 8.13, 8.106, 8.116, 8.273, 9.49, 9.338, 10.166, 10.196
hea
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <hēah> high -- 7.251
hēah
adjective; nominative singular of <hēah> high -- 10.14
healdan
strong verb, class VII; infinitive of <healdan, hēold, hēoldon, lealden> hold, retain, preserve -- 10.81
healde
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <healdan, hēold, hēoldon, lealden> hold, retain, preserve -- 8.111
healfe
noun, feminine; dative singular of <healf> half, part, side -- 4.216, 4.510, 6.223
hēan
adjective; accusative plural masculine of <hēan> abject, depressed, miserable -- 9.266
hēan
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <hēan> abject, depressed, miserable -- 8.189
heardra
adjective; comparative of <heard> stern, strong -- 6.158
hearpan
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <hearpe> harp -- 2.52, 2.65
helpe
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <helpe> help, aid -- 8.134
heofon
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <heofon> heaven, sky -- 2.322
heofonrices
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <heofon-rīce> kingdom of heaven -- 7.66
heofonrīces
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <heofon-rīce> kingdom of heaven -- 2.293
heofonum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <heofon> heaven, sky -- 7.250
heolstre
noun, masculine; dative singular of <heolstor> cover, concealment -- 8.178
heonan
adverb <heonon> hence -- 9.290
heora
3rd person pronoun; genitive plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 7.22, 7.45
heord
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <heord> care, custody -- 2.111
heortan
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <heorte> heart -- 9.75
heortan
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <heorte> heart -- 9.262
heorte
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <heorte> heart -- 6.159
heorðgenēatas
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <heorð-genēat> lit. hearth-companion -- 10.186
hēow
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular preterite of <hēawan, hēow, hēowon, hēawen> hew, cut down, kill -- 6.271
hēr
adverb <hēr> here -- 6.177
here
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <here> (enemy) army -- 5.14, 5.53
herenesse
noun, feminine; dative singular of <herenes> praise -- 2.265
hergas
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <here> (enemy) army -- 5.199
herge
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular present optative of <herian, herede, hered> praise, extol -- 10.162
hergiað
weak verb, class II; 3rd person plural present of <hergian, hergode, gehergod> harry, raid, ravage -- 4.247, 4.297
hergode
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <hergian, hergode, gehergod> harry, raid, ravage -- 7.188
herian
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <herian, herede, hered> praise, extol -- 2.292
het
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular preterite of <hātan, heht, hēton, hāten> call, name; order -- 7.12
hēt
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular preterite of <hātan, heht, hēton, hāten> call, name; order -- 5.232, 5.358
3rd person pronoun; accusative plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 6.240
3rd person pronoun; nominative plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 6.117, 10.52
hider
adverb <hider> here, hither -- 2.194
hīe
3rd person pronoun; accusative plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 5.398
hīe
3rd person pronoun; nominative plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 1.108, 2.46, 3.46, 3.54, 3.117, 3.122, 3.160, 3.235, 3.271, 3.282, 3.298, 3.302, 3.314, 3.338, 3.340, 3.364, 3.372, 5.61, 5.219, 5.312, 5.392, 5.432
hīe
3rd person pronoun; used as reflexive; accusative plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 3.341
hiera
3rd person pronoun; genitive plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 3.95, 3.104, 3.228, 3.251, 3.279, 3.299, 3.319
hīerran
adjective; comparative; nominative plural of <hēah> high -- 5.286
hige
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <hyge> heart, mind, soul -- 6.155
hilde
strong noun, feminine; dative singular of <hild> battle, war -- 6.277
hildedēore
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <hilde-dēor> lit. battle-bold -- 10.108
him
3rd person pronoun; dative of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 7.5
him
3rd person pronoun; dative plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 3.208, 3.227, 3.248, 3.253, 3.258, 3.273, 5.181, 5.377, 9.177
him
3rd person pronoun; dative singular masculine of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 1.57, 1.121, 2.66, 2.112, 2.140, 2.213, 3.150, 3.176, 3.236, 3.383, 4.349, 4.425, 5.308, 6.50, 7.48, 7.63, 8.6, 8.75, 8.242, 9.94, 9.208, 9.332
him
3rd person pronoun; used as reflexive; dative plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 5.33
hine
3rd person pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 1.164, 2.147, 2.152, 3.33, 3.35, 3.55, 7.10, 8.255, 8.278, 9.345
hine
3rd person pronoun; used as reflexive; accusative singular masculine of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 3.20
his
3rd person pronoun; genitive singular masculine of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 2.80, 2.154, 2.298, 3.163, 3.168, 3.284, 4.25, 8.107, 8.112, 8.281, 9.309, 9.320, 9.333, 9.340, 10.142, 10.159
his
3rd person pronoun; genitive singular neuter of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 2.131, 3.403, 7.53
hit
3rd person pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 3.106
hit
3rd person pronoun; nominative singular neuter of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 4.112, 4.145, 4.149, 10.86, 10.94, 10.154
hlǣw
strong noun, masculine; accusative singular of <hlǣw> mound -- 10.9, 10.106
hlāford
strong noun, masculine; nominative singular of <hlāford> lord, master -- 3.280
hlāforde
strong noun, masculine; dative singular of <hlāford> lord, master -- 6.225
hlāfordes
strong noun, masculine; genitive singular of <hlāford> lord, master -- 10.184
hleahtor
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <hleahtor> laughter, jubilation -- 9.159
hlēomǣga
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <hlēo-mǣg> lit. protector-kinsman -- 9.195
hlēoþor
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <hlēoðor> song, sound -- 9.154
hlimman
strong verb, class III; infinitive of <hlimman, hlamm, hlumon, hlummen> roar, resound -- 9.134
hliðe
noun, neuter; dative singular of <hlið> cliff, hill -- 10.11
hof
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <hof> court; dwelling -- 7.187
hold
adjective <hold> gracious, favorable -- 9.336
hondum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <hond> hand -- 8.21
hordcofan
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <hord-cofa> treasure chamber, lit. hoard cove -- 8.113
horde
noun, neuter; dative singular of <hord> hoard, treasure -- 10.64
horsþegn
strong noun, masculine; nominative singular of <hors-þegn> horse-thane -- 5.170
hrēo
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <hrēo> fierce, wild, savage -- 8.132
hreoh
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <hrēo> fierce, wild, savage -- 7.248
hrēran
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <hrēran, hrērde, hrēred> move, stir -- 8.19
hrīm
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <hrīm> rime, hoar-frost -- 9.243
hrīmcealde
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <hrīm-ceald> ice-cold, frosty -- 8.22
hrīmgicelum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <hrīm-gicel> icicle -- 9.118
hrof
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <hrōf> roof -- 7.42
hrōfe
noun, masculine; dative singular of <hrōf> roof -- 2.324
Hrōfesceastre
proper noun, feminine; dative singular of <Hrōfe-ceaster> Rochester -- 5.115
hronrāde
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <hron-rād> sea, lit. whale-road -- 1.61
hrūsan
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <hrūse> earth, ground -- 8.177, 9.244
hryre
strong noun, masculine; accusative singular of <hryre> death, fall, ruin -- 10.185
hryre
strong noun, masculine; genitive plural of <hryre> death, fall, ruin -- 8.45
adverbial conjunction <> how -- 1.13, 8.234, 8.277, 9.14
conjunction <> how -- 9.99, 9.224
huilpan
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <hwilpe> curlew? water-bird -- 9.156
hund
numeral <hund> hundred -- 4.526
hungor
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <hungor> hunger -- 9.76
hūs
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <hūs> house -- 2.100
hūse
noun, neuter; dative singular of <hūs> house -- 2.81
hwǣr
adverbial conjunction <hwǣr> where -- 8.201
hwæt
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <hwætt> bold, valiant -- 9.317
hwæt
interrogative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <hwā, hwā, hwæt> who, what -- 1.5, 2.230
hwæthwegu
indefinite pronoun; accusative singular of <hwæt-hwegu> something -- 2.167
hwæðere
conjunction <hwæðere> but, yet, however -- 2.216
hwēne
adverb <hwōn> somewhat, a little -- 4.119
hwīle
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <hwīl> while, time -- 1.113, 4.408, 6.99
hwīlum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <hwīl> while, time -- 4.248, 4.255, 9.138
hwōn
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <hwōn> trifle -- 9.220
hȳ
3rd person pronoun; accusative plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 4.259
hȳ
3rd person pronoun; nominative plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 4.308
hycge
weak verb, class III; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <hycgan, hogode, hogod> think, resolve -- 8.114
hyge
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <hyge> heart, mind, soul -- 8.133
hygeteonan
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <hygeteona> injury, insult -- 7.189
hȳnde
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <hȳnan, hȳnde, hȳned> despise, injure, insult -- 6.273
hyra
3rd person pronoun; genitive plural of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 4.288, 6.46, 6.112, 8.148
hȳran
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <hīeran, hīerde, hīered> hear, obey; belong -- 1.62
hyrsta
noun, feminine; accusative plural of <hyrst> armor, ornament -- 10.61
hyt
3rd person pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 10.39
ic
1st person pronoun; nominative singular of <ic> I -- 2.182, 2.186, 2.197, 2.232, 5.183, 6.211, 6.216, 6.220, 8.54, 8.74, 8.88, 8.160, 8.188, 8.202, 9.6, 9.15, 9.100, 9.130, 9.149, 9.225, 9.265, 9.288
īgland
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <īglond> island -- 4.432
ilcan
adjective; genitive singular neuter of <ilca> same -- 5.328
ilcan
adjective; instrumental singular neuter of <ilca> same -- 5.195
ilce
adjective; accusative singular neuter of <ilca> same -- 3.318
in
preposition <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
indryhten
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <indrihten> (very) noble -- 8.96
innan
preposition <innan> in, within -- 7.77
innan
preposition used as adverb <innan> in, within -- 9.77
intinga
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <intinga> cause, reason -- 2.43
Īraland
proper noun, neuter; nominative singular of <Īra-land> Ireland -- 4.428
Īralande
proper noun, neuter; dative singular of <Īra-land> Ireland -- 4.436
is
anomalous verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <bēon> be, become, exist -- 2.281, 4.47, 4.95, 4.209, 4.358, 4.448, 4.490, 4.506
īscaldne
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <īs-ceald> ice-cold -- 9.136
īscealdne
adjective; accusative singular masculine of <īs-ceald> ice-cold -- 9.102
īsigfeþera
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <īsig-feðera> lit. icy-feathered -- 9.180
adverb <gīo> before, of old -- 8.174
kyning
strong noun, masculine; accusative singular of <cyning> king -- 10.124
lædan
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <lǣdan, lǣde, lǣded> lead, bring -- 7.17
lǣded
weak verb, class I; past participle of <lǣdan, lǣde, lǣded> lead, bring -- 10.171
lǣfde
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <lǣfan, lǣfde, lǣfed> leave, bequeath -- 3.177
læg
strong verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite of <licgan, læg, lǣgon, legen> lie, extend, be situated -- 3.197
lǣge
strong verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite subjunctive of <licgan, læg, lǣgon, legen> lie, extend, be situated -- 6.56
lǣgon
strong verb, class V; 3rd person plural preterite of <licgan, læg, lǣgon, legen> lie, extend, be situated -- 3.124
lǣrde
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <lǣran, lǣrde, lǣred> teach, advise, exhort -- 6.147
lāfe
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <lāf> remnant, what is left -- 10.35
lagulāde
strong noun, feminine; accusative singular of <lagu-lād> water-way, ocean journey -- 8.16
Lameches
proper noun, masculine; genitive singular of <Lamech> Lamech -- 7.92
land
strong noun, neuter; accusative singular of <lond> land, realm, country -- 4.222, 4.291, 4.532
land
strong noun, neuter; nominative singular of <lond> land, realm, country -- 4.9, 4.94, 4.237, 4.450
lande
strong noun, neuter; dative singular of <lond> land, realm, country -- 4.71, 4.212, 4.234, 4.364, 4.413, 4.439
lang
adjective; accusative plural of <lang> long -- 5.236
lang
adjective; nominative singular of <lang> long -- 4.12
lange
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <lang> long -- 1.112
lange
adjective; nominative plural of <lang> long -- 5.253
lāstum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <lāst> track, footprint -- 9.107
lēode
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <lēod> person, member of tribe -- 1.173
lēode
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <lēod> person, member of tribe -- 10.8, 10.183
lēodum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <lēod> person, member of tribe -- 10.203
lēofan
adjective; dative singular of <lēof> lief, dear, beloved -- 6.228
lēofra
adjective; comparative of <lēof> lief, dear, beloved -- 3.276
lēofra
adjective; comparative; genitive plural of <lēof> lief, dear, beloved -- 8.245
lēohte
adjective; accusative plural of <lēoht> light, easy -- 4.315
lēoð
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <lēoð> song, poem -- 2.24
let
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular preterite of <lǣtan, lēt, lēton, lǣten> let, allow -- 7.125
licgan
strong verb, class V; infinitive of <licgan, læg, lǣgon, legen> lie, extend, be situated -- 6.230
licgað
strong verb, class V; 3rd person plural present of <licgan, læg, lǣgon, legen> lie, extend, be situated -- 4.62
lichaman
weak noun, masculine; dative singular of <līc-homa> body, flesh -- 10.170
lifað
weak verb, class III; 3rd person singular present of <libban, lifde, lifd> live -- 10.89
līfes
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <līf> life -- 9.214
Līffrea͡
proper noun, weak masculine; nominative singular of <Līf-frea͡> lit. Life-lord -- 1.123
limo
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <lim> limb -- 2.132
limpeð
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular present of <limpan, lamp, lumpon, lumpen> befall, happen -- 9.98
līð
strong verb, class V; 3rd person singular present of <licgan, læg, lǣgon, legen> lie, extend, be situated -- 4.34, 4.524, 6.178
līðost
adjective; superlative of <līðe> kind, gracious -- 10.204
lōcude
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <locian, locode, locod> look -- 3.27
lofdǣdum
strong noun, feminine; dative plural of <lof-dǣd> praiseworthy deed -- 1.182
lofgeornost
adjective; superlative of <lof-georn> eager for praise -- 10.206
lond
strong noun, neuter; accusative singular of <lond> land, realm, country -- 4.481, 5.206
londe
strong noun, neuter; dative singular of <lond> land, realm, country -- 5.95, 5.420
londes
strong noun, neuter; genitive singular of <lond> land, realm, country -- 3.233
longe
adverb <longe> for long (time) -- 8.17
lust
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <lust> lust, desire, pleasure -- 9.281
LX
numeral <siextig> sixty -- 5.266
lȳt
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <lȳt> little, small number -- 8.243, 9.210
lȳtlað
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular present of <lȳtlian, lȳtlode, lȳtlod> lessen, diminish -- 6.169
lȳtle
adjective; accusative plural of <lȳtel> little, small -- 4.311
adjective; anomalous comparative of <micel> much, great -- 3.346, 5.269
mæg
modal (preterit-present) verb, class V; 1st person singular present indicative of <magan, mæg, magon, meahte> may, be able to -- 9.5
mæg
modal (preterit-present) verb, class V; 3rd person singular present indicative of <magan, mæg, magon, meahte> may, be able to -- 4.32, 4.113, 4.176, 4.196, 6.194, 8.126
mǣg
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <mǣg> kinsman -- 3.275
mǣgas
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <mǣg> kinsman -- 3.252
mæge
modal (preterit-present) verb, class V; 3rd person singular present optative of <magan, mæg, magon, meahte> may, be able to -- 4.497
mægen
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <mægen> might, strength -- 6.168
mǣgþa
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <mǣgþ> tribe, nation -- 1.185
mǣgþum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <mǣgþ> tribe, nation -- 1.30
mǣgum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <mǣg> kinsman -- 3.300
mǣla
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <mǣl> time, occasion -- 9.282
mǣnan
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <mǣnan, mǣnde, mǣned> moan, relate, speak of -- 10.125
mænig
adjective; nominative singular of <mænig> many -- 4.525
mǣw
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <mǣw> mew, sea-gull -- 9.161
man
strong noun, masculine; nominative singular of <monn> man, person -- 1.187, 4.26, 4.175, 4.195, 4.345, 4.366, 4.380, 4.388, 4.494
manfæhðu
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <mānfǣhðu> wickedness -- 7.173
manige
adjective; nominative plural of <monig> many -- 5.87, 5.179
manna
strong noun, masculine; genitive plural of <monn> man, person -- 10.199
māre
adjective; comparative of <> great, stout -- 6.165
maþelode
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <maðelian, maðelode, maðelod> speak, address, harangue -- 6.134
1st person pronoun; accusative singular of <ic> I -- 6.221
1st person pronoun; dative singular of <ic> I -- 2.166, 2.219, 2.244, 9.8, 9.150
meaht
modal (preterit-present) verb, class V; 2nd person singular present indicative of <magan, mæg, magon, meahte> may, be able to -- 2.218
meahte
modal (preterit-present) verb, class V; 1st person singular preterite indicative of <magan, mæg, magon, meahte> may, be able to -- 8.207
meahte
modal (preterit-present) verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <magan, mæg, magon, meahte> may, be able to -- 9.199
meahten
modal (preterit-present) verb, class V; 3rd person plural preterite subjunctive of <magan, mæg, magon, meahte> may, be able to -- 5.315
mec
1st person pronoun; accusative singular of <ic> I -- 8.216, 9.40
medodrince
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <medu-drinc> mead-drink -- 9.164
men
strong noun, masculine; accusative plural of <monn> man, person -- 5.443, 5.461
men
strong noun, masculine; dative singular of <monn> man, person -- 6.229
men
strong noun, masculine; nominative plural of <monn> man, person -- 3.172, 3.381, 5.417, 10.42, 10.67
meodosetla
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <medu-setl> lit. mead-seat -- 1.31
meoduhealle
noun, feminine; dative singular of <medu-heall> mead-hall -- 8.211
meras
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <mere> mere, lake, sea -- 4.294
meras
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <mere> mere, lake, sea -- 4.272
mere
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <mere> mere, lake, sea -- 7.201
merehuses
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <mere-hūs> sea-house -- 7.68
merewērges
adjective <mere-wērig> sea-weary -- 9.79
metod
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <metod> creator -- 7.191
metodes
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <metod> creator -- 2.295
mētton
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <mētan, mētte, mēted> meet, find -- 3.192
metudes
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <metod> creator -- 8.10
micle
adjective; nominative plural of <micel> much, great -- 4.271
micle
adverb <micel> much, very -- 5.63
miclum
adverb <micel> much, very -- 3.36
mid
adverb <mid> within -- 7.273
mid
preposition <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
middangeard
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <middan-eard> middle-earth, world -- 2.328
middangeardes
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <middan-eard> middle-earth, world -- 7.175
middeweard
adverb <midde-weard> mid-ward, middling -- 4.129
mihte
modal (preterit-present) verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite optative of <magan, mæg, magon, meahte> may, be able to -- 4.150, 4.382
mihte
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <miht> might, power -- 2.296
mihton
modal (preterit-present) verb, class V; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <magan, mæg, magon, meahte> may, be able to -- 10.44
mīla
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <mīl> mile -- 4.116, 4.153, 4.527
mildust
adjective; superlative of <milde> mild, gentle -- 10.200
miltse
strong noun, feminine; genitive singular of <milts> mercy, favor, kindness -- 8.11
mīn
1st person pronoun; genitive singular of <ic> I -- 8.212
mine
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <mine> mind, affection -- 8.213
mīne
1st person pronoun; used as adjective; accusative singular feminine of <ic> I -- 8.59
mīne
1st person pronoun; used as adjective; nominative plural masculine of <ic> I -- 9.64
mīnne
1st person pronoun; used as adjective; accusative singular masculine of <ic> I -- 8.77, 8.162, 8.176
mīnum
1st person pronoun; used as adjective; dative singular masculine of <ic> I -- 6.224
mōd
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <mōd> mood, mind -- 6.162, 9.80
mōdcearig
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <mōd-cearig> anxious, sorrowful, lit. mood-caring -- 8.14
mōdes
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <mōd> mood, mind -- 9.280
mōdgeþonc
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <mōdgeþonc> conception, purpose -- 2.299
mōdsefan
weak noun, masculine; accusative singular of <mōd-sefa> mind, spirit -- 8.76, 8.161
mōdwlonc
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <mōd-wlonc> haughty, lit. mood-proud -- 9.304
mon
strong noun, masculine; nominative singular of <monn> man, person -- 2.8, 2.142, 9.90, 9.305, 10.158
monað
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular present of <manian, manode, manod> warn, exhort, admonish -- 9.279
moncynnes
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <monn-cynn> mankind -- 2.329
monegum
adjective; dative plural feminine of <monig> many -- 1.29
monna
strong noun, masculine; genitive plural of <monn> man, person -- 5.74
monnum
strong noun, masculine; dative plural of <monn> man, person -- 7.193
mōnðe
noun, masculine; dative singular of <mōnað> month -- 4.386
monðwǣrust
adjective; superlative of <monðwǣre> kind, gentle -- 10.202
mōr
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <mōr> moor; mountainous region -- 4.254
mōr
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <mōr> moor; mountainous region -- 4.167
mōras
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <mōr> moor; mountainous region -- 4.64, 4.276
mōre
noun, masculine; dative singular of <mōr> moor; mountainous region -- 4.157
mōres
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <mōr> moor; mountainous region -- 4.218
morgenne
strong noun, masculine; dative singular of <morgen> morning -- 3.143
mōrum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <mōr> moor; mountainous region -- 4.81
mundum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <mund> hand -- 7.70
muð
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <mūð> mouth -- 7.69
mūðan
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <mūða> mouth of a river, estuary -- 5.379
mūðan
noun, masculine; dative singular of <mūða> mouth of a river, estuary -- 5.405, 5.439
mycel
adjective; accusative singular neuter of <micel> much, great -- 5.338
mycel
adjective; nominative singular feminine of <micel> much, great -- 4.475
adverb <> no, nor, not (at all) -- 6.288
nacan
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <naca> boat, ship -- 9.46
næbbe
contraction; adverb <ne> not + weak verb, class III; 3rd person singular present subjunctive <habban, hæfde, hæfd> have, possess -- 9.343
næfde
adverb <ne> not + weak verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite <habban, hæfde, hæfd> have, possess -- 5.51
nǣfre
contraction; adverb <ne> not + adverb <ǣfre> ever, always -- 2.22, 2.275, 3.283
nǣnig
contraction; adverb <ne> not + adjective <ǣnig> any -- 3.105, 3.274, 9.194
nǣre
contraction; adverb <ne> not + anomalous verb; 3rd person singular preterite subjunctive of <wesan> be, happen -- 3.277
nǣron
contraction; adverb <ne> not + anomalous verb; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <wesan> be, happen -- 5.297
næs
contraction; adverb <ne> not + anomalous verb; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <wesan> be, happen -- 6.286
nālæs
adverb <nālæs> not at all -- 8.262
nāles
adverb <nālæs> not at all -- 8.257
naman
weak noun, masculine; dative singular of <nama> name -- 2.155
nān
contraction; adverb <ne> not + indefinite article <ān> a, an, one -- 4.344, 8.72
nāp
strong verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <nīpan, nāp, nipon, nipen> grow dark, obscure -- 9.239
nāwðer
conjunction <nā-hwæðer> neither...nor -- 5.298
ne
adverb <ne> not -- 2.180, 2.276, 3.343, 4.346, 4.381, 5.299, 5.303, 6.217, 8.125, 8.130, 9.91, 9.131, 9.308, 9.313, 9.318, 9.331
nēah
adverb <nēah> near -- 8.205
nēalǣcan
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <nēalǣcan, nēalǣcte, nēalǣced> approach, draw near -- 2.67
nearo
adjective; accusative singular feminine of <nearu> narrow; full of hardship -- 9.43
nēata
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <nēat> ox, cow -- 2.108
nemde
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <nemnan, nemde, nemed> name, call -- 2.156, 5.186
nēotan
strong verb, class II; infinitive of <nēotan, nēat, nudon, noden> use, employ -- 6.125
nergend
noun, masculine <nergend> preserver, savior -- 7.11, 7.80
nigonum
numeral; dative plural of <nigon> nine -- 5.363
niht
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <niht> night -- 4.390
nihta
noun, feminine; genitive plural of <niht> night -- 7.209
nihte
noun, feminine; dative singular of <niht> night -- 2.115
nihtscua
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <nihts-cūa> night's cover -- 9.240
nihtwaco
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <niht-waco> night-watch -- 9.44
nis
contraction; adverb <ne> not + anomalous verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <is> be, become, exist -- 8.69, 9.302
nið
noun, masculine <nīð> enmity, hostility -- 7.219
nīðhēdige
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <nīð-hēdig> lit. battle-resolved -- 10.66
nīwena
adjective; genitive plural of <nīwe> new, fresh -- 5.366
Noe
proper noun, masculine <Noe> Noah -- 7.7, 7.89
nōht
adjective <> no, not + noun, neuter; accusative <wiht> whit, thing -- 2.183, 2.198
nolde
contraction; adverb <ne> not + anomalous verb; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <willan> wish, be willing -- 3.108
noldon
contraction; adverb <ne> not + anomalous verb; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <willan> wish, be willing -- 3.260, 3.287
norþan
adverb <norðan> from the north -- 9.241
norðeweard
adverb <norð-weard> northward -- 4.141, 4.223
norðeweardum
adjective; dative singular neuter of <norð-weard> northward -- 4.235
Norðhymbre
proper noun, masculine plural; accusative of <Norð-hymbre> Northumbrians, Northumbria -- 5.20
Norðhymbrum
proper noun, masculine plural; dative of <Norð-hymbre> Northumbrians, Northumbria -- 5.204
Norðmanna
proper noun, masculine; genitive plural of <Norð-mann> Norwegian, lit. north-man -- 4.8
Norðmen
proper noun, masculine; accusative plural of <Norð-mann> Norwegian, lit. north-man -- 4.251, 4.300
Norðmen
proper noun, masculine; nominative plural of <Norð-mann> Norwegian, lit. north-man -- 4.257
norðor
adverb; comparative of <norð> north(wards) -- 4.101
Norðweg
proper noun, neuter; nominative singular of <Norðweg> Norway, lit. way leading north -- 4.462
adverb <> now -- 2.289, 6.198, 8.70, 9.261, 10.87
nytwyrðoste
adjective; superlative; nominative plural of <nyt-wyrðe> useful -- 5.313
of
preposition <of> from, of -- 2.188, 5.421, 7.130, 7.236, 10.169
ofer
preposition <ofer> over, across -- 1.60, 4.252, 4.290, 4.495, 5.39, 7.146, 8.193, 9.306
oferfēran
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <oferfēran, oferfērde, oferfēred> traverse -- 4.180, 4.200
ofslægen
strong verb, class VI; past participle of <ofslean, ofslōh, ofslōgon, ofslægen> slay, destroy -- 3.156, 3.196
ofslægene
strong verb, class VI; past participle of <ofslean, ofslōh, ofslōgon, ofslægen> slay, destroy -- 3.354, 5.462
ofslægenne
strong verb, class VI; past participle of <ofslean, ofslōh, ofslōgon, ofslægen> slay, destroy -- 3.56
ofslōgon
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person plural preterite of <ofslean, ofslōh, ofslōgon, ofslægen> slay, destroy -- 3.378, 5.444
oft
adverb <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
oftēah
strong verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <oftēon, oftēah, oftugon, oftogen> deny, deprive -- 1.32
Ōhthere
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Ōhthere> Ohthere -- 4.323
on
preposition <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, 7.127, 7.192, 7.204, 7.257, 8.279, 9.95, 9.248, 10.10, 10.29, 10.53, 10.63, 10.83
on hoh
preposition <on> on(to), upon + noun, masculine <hōh> heel; promontory -- 7.64
oncwæð
strong verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite of <oncweðan, oncwæð, oncwǣdon, oncweden> answer, reply to -- 9.179
ond
conjunction <and> and -- 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, 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, 10.15, 10.27, 10.57, 10.123, 10.128, 10.141, 10.201, 10.205
onfēng
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular preterite of <onfōn, onfēng, onfēngon, onfangen> accept, receive -- 2.258
onfundon
strong verb, class III; 3rd person plural preterite of <onfindan, onfond, onfundon, onfunden> find out, realize -- 3.71
ongan
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <onginnan, ongonn, ongunnon, ongunnen> begin, attempt -- 2.260
ongēan
adverb <ongēan> against, back -- 4.511
ongeat
strong verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite of <ongietan, ongeat, ongēaton, ongieten> grasp, understand -- 1.106, 3.7
ongēn
preposition <ongēan> against, back -- 5.238, 5.397
onmunden
preterite-present verb, class IV; 3rd person plural preterite subjunctive of <onmunan, onman, onmunon, onmunde> esteem, remember, think worthy -- 3.344
onslǣpte
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular preterite of <onslǣpan, onslēp, onslēpon, onslǣpen> fall asleep -- 2.137
onstealde
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <onstellan, onstealde, onsteled> establish, institute -- 2.309
ord
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <ord> source, beginning -- 2.308
Ōsrīc
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Ōsrīc> Osric -- 3.165
Ōswold
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Ōswold> Oswold -- 6.95
adverbial conjunction <> until -- 2.12, 4.451
adverbial conjunction <> until -- 3.22, 3.121
preposition <> until, up to, as far as -- 4.220
oð þæt
adverbial conjunction <oð þæt> until -- 1.56, 6.274
oþ þæt
adverbial conjunction <oð þæt> until -- 3.53, 3.371
oðer
adjective <ōðer> other, next, second -- 7.210
ōðre
adjective; dative singular feminine of <ōðer> other, next, second -- 4.215, 4.509
ōðru
adjective used as substantive; nominative plural of <ōðer> other, next, second -- 5.256, 5.289
oððe
correlative conjunction <oððe> or -- 4.28, 4.30, 4.131
oþþe
correlative conjunction <oððe> or -- 4.118, 8.204, 8.215
oðwand
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <oðwindan, oðwand, oðwundon, oðwunden> escape -- 5.448
port
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <port> port, harbor -- 4.360
radost
adjective; superlative of <hraðe> quick, hasty -- 3.86
rǣsde
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <rǣsan, rǣsde, rǣsed> rush, hasten -- 3.31
regn
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <regn> rain -- 7.119
reste
noun, feminine; dative singular of <rest> rest, resting place -- 2.134
reðe
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <rēðe> fierce, cruel -- 7.158, 7.221
rīces
weak noun, neuter; genitive singular of <rīce> kingdom, reign -- 3.238
ridon
strong verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <rīdan, rād, ridon, riden> ride -- 3.159
riodan
strong verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <rīdan, rād, ridon, riden> ride -- 10.107
roderum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <rodor> sky, heaven -- 7.121
rume
adverb <rūm> roomy, spacious -- 7.124
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <> sea, lake -- 4.37, 5.40, 8.23, 9.103, 9.135
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <> sea, lake -- 4.476, 4.523
sǣde
weak verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <secgan, sægde, sægd> say -- 4.6, 4.324
sǣfōre
noun, feminine; dative singular of <sǣ-fōr> sea-voyage -- 9.341
sǣlan
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <sǣlan, sǣlde, sǣled> bind -- 8.171
sǣriman
noun, masculine; dative singular of <sǣ-rima> seashore, seacoast -- 5.349
sæs
noun, feminine; nominative plural <> sea, lake -- 7.143
sceal
modal (preterit-present) verb, class IV; 1st person singular present indicative of <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde> shall, ought to -- 2.231
sceal
modal (preterit-present) verb, class IV; 3rd person singular present indicative of <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde> shall, ought to -- 1.153, 1.183, 4.410, 6.156, 6.163
sceaþena
weak noun, masculine; genitive plural of <sceaða> enemy, warrior -- 1.27
Scedelandum
proper noun, neuter; dative plural of <Scedeland> Danish land -- 1.143
sceolde
modal (preterit-present) verb, class IV; 1st person singular preterite indicative of <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde> shall, ought to -- 8.55, 8.163, 9.231
sceolde
modal (preterit-present) verb, class IV; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde> shall, ought to -- 8.18
sceolden
modal (preterit-present) verb, class IV; 3rd person plural preterite subjunctive of <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde> shall, ought to -- 2.48
sceoldon
modal (preterit-present) verb, class IV; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde> shall, ought to -- 6.122
scile
modal (preterit-present) verb, class IV; 3rd person singular present optative of <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde> shall, ought to -- 10.168
scip
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <scip> ship -- 7.283
scipa
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <scip> ship -- 5.367, 5.435
scipu
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <scip> ship -- 5.35, 5.237
scipu
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <scip> ship -- 5.333
scipum
noun, neuter; dative plural of <scip> ship -- 5.395
scīr
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <scīr> shire, district, division -- 4.327
Scīrincges hēale
proper noun, masculine; dative singular of <Scīringes-hēal> Skiringssal -- 4.455
Scīringes hēal
proper noun, masculine; accusative singular of <Scīringes-hēal> Skiringssal -- 4.472
Scīringes hēal
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Scīringes-hēal> Skiringssal -- 4.368
scolde
modal (preterit-present) verb, class IV; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde> shall, ought to -- 1.63
scome
noun, feminine; dative singular of <scomu> shame -- 2.72
sculan
modal (preterit-present) verb, class IV; 3rd person plural present indicative of <sculan, sceal, sculon, scolde> shall, ought to -- 2.291
scūrum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <scūr> shower -- 9.120
Scyld Scēfing
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Scyld Scēfing> Scyld Scefing -- 1.26
Scyldes
proper noun, masculine; genitive singular of <Scyld> Scyld -- 1.141
scypa
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <scip> ship -- 4.312
scypene
noun, neuter; dative singular of <scypen> shed -- 2.109
scyppend
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <scieppend> shaper, creator -- 2.326, 7.278
scyppendes
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <scieppend> shaper, creator -- 2.267
scypu
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <scip> ship -- 4.289
se
definite article; nominative singular masculine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 2.7, 3.8, 3.96, 3.154, 3.194, 4.166, 5.13, 5.52, 5.359, 6.289, 8.131, 9.89
se
demonstrative used as 3rd person pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 7.159
demonstrative used as 3rd person pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 2.210, 3.130, 6.137, 6.196, 8.231, 9.211
demonstrative used as relative pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> that -- 10.12
demonstrative used as relative pronoun; nominative singular masculine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> who, which, that -- 3.396
sealtȳþa
strong noun, feminine; genitive plural of <sealt-ȳð> lit. salt-wave -- 9.268
secgan
weak verb, class III; infinitive of <secgan, sægde, sægd> say -- 9.13
secgas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <secg> man, warrior -- 6.33
seglian
weak verb, class II; infinitive of <seglian, seglode, seglod> sail -- 4.411
segnade
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <segnian, segnade, segnad> bless, consecrate -- 7.75, 7.275
sele
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <sele> hall, house -- 8.197
selesecgas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <sele-secg> retainer, lit. hall hero -- 8.274
sēlestena
adjective; comparative; genitive plural of <sēlla> better -- 5.89
selfa
reflexive pronoun; nominative singular of <self> self, same -- 7.276
selfum
reflexive pronoun; dative singular of <self> self, same -- 5.309
sende
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <sendan, sende, sened> send -- 1.94, 7.118
sēo
definite article; nominative singular feminine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 4.522
sēo
demonstrative used as 3rd person pronoun; nominative singular feminine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 4.489
seofedun
weak verb, class II; 3rd person plural preterite of <seofian, seofade, seofad> sigh, lament -- 9.72
sēon
strong verb, class V; infinitive of <sēon, seah, sǣgon, segen> see, look -- 4.496
sex
numeral <siex> six -- 5.332
sidne
adjective; accusative singular of <sīd> wide, extensive -- 7.254
Sigene
proper noun, feminine; dative singular of <Sigen> Seine -- 5.43
siglu
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <sigle> brooch, jewel, necklace -- 10.58
sigora
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <sigor> victory -- 7.72
Sillende
proper noun, neuter; nominative singular of <Sillende> Zealand -- 4.514
simle
adverb <simle> ever, always -- 3.118
sinces
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <sinc> jewels, riches, treasure -- 8.199
sincþege
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <sinc-þegu> lit. treasure receipt -- 8.276
sing
strong verb, class III; 2nd person singular imperative of <singan, sang, sungon, sungen> sing, compose -- 2.165, 2.243
singan
strong verb, class III; infinitive of <singan, sang, sungon, sungen> sing, compose -- 2.53, 2.184, 2.220, 2.233, 2.263
singende
strong verb, class III; present participle of <singan, sang, sungon, sungen> sing, compose -- 9.162
sint
anomalous verb; 3rd person plural present indicative of <is> be, become, exist -- 4.269
sinum
3rd person pronoun; used as adjective; dative singular masculine of <hē, hēo, hit> he, she, it -- 7.71
sīo
definite article; nominative singular feminine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 4.326
sīþas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <sīð> journey, voyage -- 9.12
siððan
adverb <siððan> since, when, afterwards -- 4.513
siþþan
adverb <siððan> since, when, afterwards -- 8.172
slāt
strong verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <slītan, slāt, sliton, sliten> slit, tear -- 9.78
slīþen
adjective; nominative singular feminine of <slīðen> cruel, dire, evil -- 8.235
smæl
adjective; nominative singular of <smæl> small, narrow -- 4.15
smælre
adjective; comparative of <smæl> small, narrow -- 4.103
smalost
adjective; superlative of <smæl> small, narrow -- 4.146
snīwde
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <snīwan, snīwde, snīwed> snow -- 9.242
sōhte
weak verb, class I; 1st person singular preterite of <sēcan, sōhte, sōht> seek, desire -- 8.196
somed
adverb <somod> also, together -- 7.24
sōna
adverb <sōna> immediately -- 2.262
song
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <song> song -- 9.140
sorg
noun, feminine; nominative singular of <sorg> sorrow, grief, distress -- 8.237
sorge
noun, feminine; dative singular of <sorg> sorrow, grief, distress -- 9.342
sōþe
noun, neuter; dative singular of <sōð> truth -- 8.90
sōðgied
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <sōð-gied> lit. true tale -- 9.10
spedum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <spēd> means, riches, success -- 7.79
sprang
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <springan, sprang, sprungon, sprungen> spring, burst forth, spread -- 1.140
sprecan
strong verb, class V; infinitive of <sprecan, spræc, sprǣcon, sprecen> speak, say -- 10.131
sprecende
strong verb, class V; present participle of <sprecan, spræc, sprǣcon, sprecen> speak, say -- 2.214
stælhergum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <stæl-here> marauding army -- 5.212
stæðweallas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <stæð-weall> shore-wall -- 7.147
stānclifu
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <stān-clif> stony cliff -- 9.174
stearn
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <stearn> tern, sea-swallow -- 9.178
stefnan
noun, masculine; dative singular of <stefn> stem; prow, stern -- 9.47
stēorbord
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <stēor-bord> starboard, lit. stear(ing)-board -- 4.424
stigon
strong verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <stīgan, stāh, stigon, stigen> rise, ascend -- 7.145
stīð
adjective; nominative singular neuter of <stīð> stiff, stern, brave -- 6.66
stōd
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person singular preterite of <standan, stōd, stōdon, standen> stand -- 2.139
stōdon
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person plural preterite of <standan, stōd, stōdon, standen> stand -- 5.401, 6.68
stormas
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <storm> storm, tempest; attack -- 9.172
stōwum
strong noun, feminine; dative plural of <stōw> place -- 4.51, 4.171, 4.191
strang
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <strang> strong -- 7.155
strēamas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <strēam> stream -- 9.267
sum
adjective used as substantive; nominative singular masculine of <sum> some, a certain -- 5.111
sum
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <sum> some, a certain -- 2.141, 5.15, 5.18
sume
adjective used as substantive; nominative plural of <sum> some, a certain -- 5.264, 5.268
sumera
noun, masculine; dative singular of <sumor> summer -- 5.8
sumre
adjective; dative singular feminine of <sum> some, a certain -- 2.93
sumum
adjective; dative plural of <sum> some, a certain -- 4.50, 4.170, 4.190
sumum
adjective; dative singular masculine of <sum> some, a certain -- 5.325
sund
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <sund> sea, water -- 7.258
sunu
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <sunu> son -- 6.30, 7.91
sūð
adverb <sūð> south(wards) -- 5.38
sūðeweardum
adjective; dative singular of <sūðe-weard> southward -- 4.213, 4.362
Sūðseaxum
proper noun, masculine plural; dative of <Sūð-Seaxan> South Saxons, Sussex -- 5.154
sūðstæðe
noun, neuter; dative singular of <sūð-stæð> south shore -- 5.210
swa
adverb <swā> so, thus -- 7.9, 7.47
swā
adverb <swā> so, thus -- 4.100, 4.102, 4.172, 4.174, 4.192, 4.194, 5.252, 5.254, 6.227, 8.37, 8.115, 10.180
swā
adverbial conjunction <swā> so, thus -- 1.152, 2.302, 5.307, 6.239, 6.264, 8.159, 10.38, 10.91, 10.93, 10.153
swā hwelc swā
pronoun <swā hwilc swā> whosoever -- 3.81
swearte
adjective; nominative plural masculine of <sweart> dark, black, swarthy -- 7.134
swefn
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <swefn> dream -- 2.145
swēg
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <swēg> noise, sound -- 9.157
Swēoland
proper noun, neuter; nominative singular of <Swēo-land> Sweden -- 4.219
sweotule
adverb <sweotole> clearly, plainly -- 8.79
swiftran
adjective; comparative; nominative plural of <swift> swift -- 5.281
swilc
pronoun <swilc> such -- 7.211
swiðe
adverb <swīðe> very, exceedingly -- 7.202
swīðe
adverb <swīðe> very, exceedingly -- 4.270, 5.207
swīþe
adverb <swīðe> very, exceedingly -- 3.131
swīþor
adverb; comparative of <swīðe> very, exceedingly -- 5.64
swīþost
adverb; superlative of <swīðe> very, exceedingly -- 5.83
Swīðulf
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Swīðulf> Swithulf -- 5.112
swīþust
adverb; superlative of <swīðe> very, exceedingly -- 5.214
swogan
strong verb, class VII; infinitive of <swogan, swēog, swēogon, swōgen> resound, roar -- 7.135
swylce
adverb <swilce> such (manner), thus, likewise -- 10.60, 10.62
swȳðe
adverb <swīðe> very, exceedingly -- 4.14, 4.52, 4.310, 4.314, 4.474
swȳþe
adverb <swīðe> very, exceedingly -- 4.11
sylf
reflexive pronoun <self> self, same -- 9.270
sylfum
reflexive pronoun; dative singular of <self> self, same -- 9.9
symble
noun, neuter; dative singular of <symbel> feast -- 2.75
symle
adverb <simle> ever, always -- 4.99
synd
anomalous verb; 3rd person plural present indicative of <is> be, become, exist -- 4.434
syððan
adverb <syððan> afterwards -- 1.35
syðþan
adverb <syððan> afterwards -- 4.168
syx
numeral <siex> six -- 4.198
syxhund
numeral <siex-hund> six hundred -- 7.93
syxtig
numeral <siextig> sixty -- 4.115
tæt
definite article; nominative singular neuter of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 3.317
tēode
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <tēon, tēode, tēodod> adorn, settle -- 2.334
tīde
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <tīd> time -- 2.14
tīde
noun, feminine; dative singular of <tīd> time -- 2.94, 2.130
timbran
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <timbran, timbrede, timbred> build, construct -- 5.235
timbredon
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <timbran, timbrede, timbred> build, construct -- 5.223
to
adverb <> as, for -- 7.35, 7.44
preposition <> (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
tō hwon
interrogative pronoun; instrumental singular of <tō hwon> why -- 9.344
tō þæs
adverb <tō þæs> so -- 9.316, 9.322, 9.335
tōemnes
preposition <tōemnes> alongside -- 4.210, 4.232
tōfōr
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person plural preterite of <tō-faran, tō-fōr, tō-fōron, tō-faren> disperse, separate -- 5.12
trymedon
weak verb, class I; 3rd person plural preterite of <trymian, trymede, trymed> exhort, encourage -- 6.104
numeral; accusative plural neuter of <twēgen, twā, tū> twain, two -- 5.436
numeral; nominative plural neuter of <twēgen, twā, tū> twain, two -- 5.251
twām
numeral; feminine plural of <twēgen, twā, tū> twain, two -- 4.178
twelfe
numeral <twelf> twelve -- 10.112
tȳn
numeral <tīen> ten -- 10.30
ðā
adverb <þā> then, when -- 2.124, 2.259, 2.327, 5.5, 6.5
ðā
definite article; accusative plural of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 4.250, 4.293, 5.184, 5.239
ðā
definite article; accusative singular feminine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 2.13, 4.36, 4.407, 6.292
ðā
definite article; nominative plural of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 1.14, 4.431, 10.6
þa
adverbial conjunction <þā> then, when -- 7.6, 7.95, 7.280
þa
demonstrative article; accusative singular feminine of <se, sēo, ðæt> that -- 7.271
þa
demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular feminine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> that -- 7.274
þā
adverb <þā> then, when -- 2.89, 2.92, 2.126, 2.138, 2.175, 2.253, 2.255, 3.6, 3.18, 3.29, 3.66, 3.78, 3.141, 3.158, 3.224, 3.269, 3.296, 3.336, 3.365, 5.231, 5.323, 5.357, 5.390, 5.430, 6.26
þā
adverbial conjunction <þā> then, when -- 10.104
þā
definite article; accusative plural of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 3.206, 3.367, 4.275, 4.299, 5.442, 5.460, 6.262
þā
definite article; accusative singular feminine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 2.64, 3.14, 3.75
þā
definite article; nominative plural of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 3.171, 3.380, 4.245, 4.256, 4.286, 5.198, 5.255, 5.288, 5.416, 6.101, 9.70
þā
demonstrative article; accusative plural of <se, sēo, ðæt> that -- 2.268, 2.271
þā
demonstrative pronoun; nominative plural of <sē, sēo, ðæt> that -- 5.29
þā
demonstrative used as 3rd person pronoun; nominative plural of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 3.213, 3.256, 5.248, 5.277
ðǣm
definite article; dative plural of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 5.216
ðǣm
definite article; dative singular masculine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 5.348, 5.438
ðǣm
demonstrative used as 3rd person pronoun; dative singular masculine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 1.84
þǣm
definite article; dative singular masculine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 4.156
þǣm
definite article; dative singular neuter of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 2.74, 4.69, 4.80, 4.233, 4.363, 5.209, 5.404
þǣm
demonstrative article; dative plural of <se, sēo, ðæt> that -- 5.67, 5.99
þǣm
demonstrative article; dative singular neuter of <se, sēo, ðæt> that -- 4.211
þǣm
demonstrative used as 3rd person pronoun; dative plural of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 5.85
þǣm
demonstrative used as 3rd person pronoun; dative singular neuter of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 5.457
þær
adverb <þǣr> there, where -- 10.85
þǣr
adverb <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
þǣre
definite article; dative singular feminine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 2.114, 3.190
þǣrinne
adverb <þǣr inne> therein -- 3.373
þǣrtō
adverb <þǣr tō> thereto -- 3.214
þæs
adverb <þæs> so -- 9.303, 9.311
þæs
definite article; genitive singular masculine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 2.101, 3.72, 3.146, 4.217
þæs
definite article; genitive singular neuter of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 3.237, 5.327
þæs
demonstrative pronoun; genitive singular neuter of <sē, sēo, ðæt> that -- 1.48, 1.122, 3.342, 5.6
þæs
demonstrative used as 3rd person pronoun; genitive singular masculine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 3.398
þæs
demonstrative used as 3rd person pronoun; genitive singular neuter of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 3.68
ðæt
demonstrative article; accusative singular neuter of <se, sēo, ðæt> that -- 4.480
ðæt
subordinating conjunction <þæt> that -- 4.7
þæt
conjunction <þæt> so/in order that -- 1.163, 2.96, 4.148, 9.287
þæt
definite article; accusative singular neuter of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 2.99, 4.423, 4.460
þæt
definite article; nominative singular neuter of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 4.92, 5.86, 5.446
þæt
demonstrative article; accusative singular neuter of <se, sēo, ðæt> that -- 4.221, 4.531, 7.282, 9.183
þæt
demonstrative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <sē, sēo, ðæt> that -- 2.91, 3.10, 9.88
þæt
demonstrative pronoun; nominative singular neuter of <sē, sēo, ðæt> that -- 1.73, 4.33, 4.46, 6.287
þæt
demonstrative used as relative pronoun; accusative singular neuter of <sē, sēo, ðæt> who, which, that -- 7.34
þæt
demonstrative used as relative pronoun; nominative singular neuter of <sē, sēo, ðæt> who, which, that -- 4.24, 6.116
þæt
subordinating conjunction <þæt> that -- 2.45, 3.145, 3.153, 3.250, 3.272, 3.301, 3.316, 3.339, 4.325, 4.343, 4.379, 5.311, 8.92, 8.105, 9.264, 9.337, 10.157, 10.195
þāh
strong verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <ðēon, ðāh, ðigon, ðigen> thrive, prosper -- 1.55
þām
definite article; dative singular masculine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 3.326, 3.352, 6.54, 6.267
þām
demonstrative used as relative pronoun; dative singular masculine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> who, which, that -- 8.240
þanon
adverb <ðonan> thence, from there -- 4.296
þāra
definite article; genitive plural of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 2.110, 5.88, 5.365, 5.433
þāra
demonstrative pronoun; genitive plural of <sē, sēo, ðæt> that -- 2.278, 5.109
þās
demonstrative article; accusative plural of <ðes, ðēos, ðis> this -- 6.32
þās
demonstrative article; accusative singular feminine of <ðes, ðēos, ðis> this -- 2.256
ðe
relative particle <þe> that, which, who -- 6.197, 7.160
þe
conjunction <þe> than, where -- 3.347
þe
relative particle <þe> that, which, who -- 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, 6.291, 8.73, 8.209, 8.232, 8.241, 9.93, 9.212
þē
adverb <þȳ> the -- 6.157, 6.160, 6.164
þē
conjunction <ðē> as -- 6.166
þē
relative particle <þe> that, which, who -- 1.107
þēah
adverb <þēah> yet, though, however -- 4.48
þēah
adverbial conjunction <þēah> yet, though, however -- 3.407
þēah þe
conjunction <ðēah ðe> although, even if -- 8.12
þeahte
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <ðeccan, ðeahte, ðeaht> cover, conceal -- 7.172
ðearfe
noun, feminine; dative singular of <ðearf> need, requirement -- 6.120
þēaw
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <ðēaw> habit, custom -- 8.97
þegn
strong noun, masculine; nominative singular of <þegn> thane, warrior -- 3.169, 5.152
þegnas
strong noun, masculine; nominative plural of <þegn> thane, warrior -- 3.74, 3.148
þēh
adverbial conjunction <þēah> yet, though, however -- 5.182
þēna
strong noun, masculine; nominative plural of <þegn> thane, warrior -- 5.91
þence
weak verb, class I; 1st person singular present of <ðencan, ðōhte, ðōht> think, intend, resolve -- 6.231
þenceð
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular present of <ðencan, ðōhte, ðōht> think, intend, resolve -- 6.203
þēodcyninga
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <ðēod-cyning> lit. people-king -- 1.10
þider
adverb <þider> thither -- 3.79, 3.161
þis
demonstrative article; nominative singular neuter of <ðes, ðēos, ðis> this -- 4.449
þis
demonstrative pronoun; nominative singular neuter of <ðēs, ðēos, ðis> this -- 2.280
þīs
demonstrative article; instrumental singular masculine of <ðes, ðēos, ðis> this -- 6.200
þissum
demonstrative article; dative singular neuter of <ðes, ðēos, ðis> this -- 4.438
þolian
weak verb, class II; infinitive of <ðolian, ðolade, ðolad> endure, hold out -- 6.121
þon
adverb <þonne> then, when -- 3.345
þonan
adverb <ðonan> thence, from there -- 8.190
þonces
noun, masculine; genitive singular of <ðanc> thanks, grace, mercy -- 5.55
ðone
definite article; accusative singular masculine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 4.253
þone
definite article; accusative singular masculine of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 3.25, 3.49, 3.187, 3.376, 4.471, 5.378
þone
demonstrative used as 3rd person pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 1.92
þone
demonstrative used as personal pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> he, she, it -- 8.208
þone
demonstrative used as relative pronoun; accusative singular masculine of <sē, sēo, ðæt> who, which, that -- 4.365
ðonne
adverb <þonne> then, when -- 4.208
þonne
adverb <þonne> then, when -- 1.170, 2.39, 2.61, 2.68, 3.82, 3.278, 4.357, 4.430, 4.447, 4.492, 5.287, 9.48, 10.165
þrēatum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <ðrēat> band, troop -- 1.28
þrēo
numeral; nominative plural neuter of <þrīe, þrēo, þrēo> three -- 5.400
þrēora
numeral; genitive plural of <þrīe, þrēo, þrēo> three -- 4.152, 5.434, 6.47
þrim
numeral; dative plural of <þrīe, þrēo, þrēo> three -- 5.68, 5.394
þringan
strong verb, class III; infinitive of <þringan, þrong, þrungon, þrungen> throng, crowd, press -- 7.129
þrītig
numeral <þrītig> thirty -- 4.130
þrōwade
weak verb, class II; 1st person singular preterite of <ðrōwian, ðrōwade, ðrōwad> endure, suffer -- 9.19
þrym
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <þrymm> glory, renown -- 1.11
þrym
numeral; dative plural of <þrīe, þrēo, þrēo> three -- 5.100
þū
2nd person pronoun; nominative singular of <ðū> you -- 2.217
ðūhte
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <ðyncan, ðūhte, geðūht> seem, appear; think -- 5.310
þurh
preposition <þurh> through, by (means of) -- 2.49, 2.144, 7.52
þurhwōd
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person singular preterite of <ðurhwadan, ðurhwōd, ðurhwōdon, ðurhwaden> pierce, penetrate -- 6.15
Þūrstānes
proper noun, masculine; genitive singular of <Þūrstān> Thurstan -- 6.29
þȳ
definite article; instrumental singular neuter of <se, sēo, ðæt> the -- 5.194
þyder
adverb <þyder> thither -- 4.376
þyssum
demonstrative pronoun; dative singular neuter of <ðēs, ðēos, ðis> this -- 2.189
ðysum
demonstrative article; dative singular neuter of <ðes, ðēos, ðis> this -- 5.10
ufeweardum
adjective; dative singular of <ufe-weard> upward -- 5.403
ūhtna
weak noun, masculine; genitive plural of <ūhta> dawn, twilight -- 8.57
under
preposition <under> under -- 1.52, 7.13, 7.41, 7.99, 7.249
unhēanlīce
adverb <unhēanlīce> not disgracefully, not ignobly -- 3.19
unnyt
adjective; nominative singular neuter of <unnyt> useless -- 10.92
unstilnesse
strong noun, feminine; accusative singular of <unstilnes> disturbance, tumult -- 3.76
unwāclīce
adverb <unwāclīce> bravely, unwaveringly -- 6.123
unwealtran
adjective; comparative; nominative plural of <unwealt> steady -- 5.283
up
adverb <ūp> up, upwards -- 7.144
ūp
adverb <ūp> up, upwards -- 4.477, 4.528
uppe
adverb <uppe> up, above -- 5.418
ūre
1st person pronoun; genitive plural of <ic> I -- 6.167, 6.179
ūrigfeþra
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <ūrig-feðera> lit. dewey-feathered -- 9.186
urnon
strong verb, class III; 3rd person plural preterite of <yrnan, arn, urnon, urnen> run -- 3.80
usser
1st person pronoun; genitive plural of <ic> I -- 7.81, 7.279
ūt
adverb <ūt> out -- 2.104, 2.191, 3.30, 5.396
ūtermere
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <ūter-mere> outer sea, open sea -- 5.382
ūteweardum
adjective; dative singular masculine of <ūte-weard> outward -- 5.440
ūþon
preterite-present verb, class III; 3rd person plural preterite subjunctive of <unnan, ann, unnon, ūðe> grant, bestow -- 3.239
wadan
strong verb, class VI; infinitive of <wadan, wōd, wōdon, waden> wade, stride over -- 8.24
wǣg
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <wǣg> wave, billow -- 9.137
wæge
noun, masculine; dative singular of <wǣg> wave, billow -- 7.177
wæglīðendum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <wæg-līðend> lit. wave-traveler -- 10.17
wægþæl
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <wæg-þel> ship, lit. wave-planking -- 7.20
wæl
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <wæl> carnage; battlefield -- 6.84
wæle
noun, neuter; dative singular of <wæl> carnage; battlefield -- 6.55
wællgrim
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <wællgrim> fierce, cruel -- 7.222
wælsleahta
strong noun, masculine; genitive plural of <wælsleaht> slaughter, carnage -- 8.43
wælspere
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <wæl-spere> deadly spear -- 6.259
wǣpna
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <wǣpen> weapon -- 6.124
wǣran
anomalous verb; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <wesan> be, happen -- 3.120
wǣre
anomalous verb; 3rd person singular preterite subjunctive of <wesan> be, happen -- 3.322, 4.10, 4.147, 10.197
wǣron
anomalous verb; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <wesan> be, happen -- 3.255, 3.370, 5.32, 5.62, 5.96, 5.249, 5.278, 5.415, 5.458, 9.62
wǣrun
anomalous verb; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <wesan> be, happen -- 3.51, 3.152, 3.328, 3.355, 3.385
wæs
anomalous verb; 1st person singular preterite indicative of <wesan> be, happen -- 1.136
wæs
anomalous verb; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <wesan> be, happen -- 1.74, 1.86, 2.5, 2.17, 2.41, 2.105, 2.113, 2.215, 3.133, 3.157, 3.397, 3.409, 5.110, 6.43, 6.65, 6.138, 7.156, 7.220, 10.13, 10.96
wætrum
noun, neuter; dative plural of <wæter> water -- 7.161
waldend
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <wealdend> wielder, ruler, lord -- 7.73
warað
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular present of <warian, warode, warod> guard, protect, occupy -- 8.254
wāt
preterite-present verb, class I; 3rd person singular present indicative of <witan, wāt, witon, wiste> know, observe -- 8.91, 8.230, 9.92
waþema
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <waðum> wave, sea -- 8.194
1st person pronoun; nominative plural of <ic> I -- 1.6, 2.290
wealdend
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <wealdend> wielder, ruler, lord -- 1.125
wealle
noun, masculine; dative singular of <weall> wall, rampart -- 10.36
weard
noun, masculine <weard> ward, guard, keeper -- 7.67
weard
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <weard> ward, guard, keeper -- 2.294
weard
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <weard> ward, guard, keeper -- 2.330
wearð
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <weorðan, wearð, wurdon, worden> become, happen -- 1.37, 6.6
wearþ
strong verb, class III; 3rd person singular preterite of <weorðan, wearð, wurdon, worden> become, happen -- 3.84
Wedra
proper noun, neuter; genitive plural of <Weder> Weder -- 10.7
weg
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <weg> way -- 4.458
wel hwǣr
adverb <wel hwǣr> almost everywhere -- 5.346
wēman
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <wēman, wēmde, wēmed> attract, entice, treat -- 8.220
wendan
weak verb, class I; infinitive of <wendan, wende, wended> wend, turn, go -- 6.202
wenede
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <wennan, wenede, wened> accustom; entertain (joyfully) -- 8.283
weold
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular preterite of <wealdan, wēold, wēoldon, wealden> wield, direct -- 7.162
weorc
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <weorc> work, deed -- 2.300
weorðan
strong verb, class III; infinitive of <weorðan, wearð, wurdon, worden> become, happen -- 10.172
weorðlīcost
adverb; superlative of <weorðlīc> worthily, honorably -- 10.40
weorðmyndum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <weorðmynd> glory, honor, reverence -- 1.54
weoruldhāde
noun, masculine; dative singular of <weorold hād> secular life -- 2.10
wēox
strong verb, class VII; 3rd person singular preterite of <weaxan, wēox, wēoxon, wēaxen> wax, grow -- 1.51
wer
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <wer> man -- 10.130
wera
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <wer> man -- 7.178, 9.160
weras
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <wer> man -- 7.18
werede
weak verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <werian, werede, wered> wear; defend, protect -- 3.21
wērig
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <wērig> weary, exhausted -- 9.226
wērige
adjective; nominative plural of <wērig> weary, exhausted -- 6.83
wērigmōd
adjective <wērig> weary, exhausted + noun, neuter; nominative singular of <mōd> mood, mind -- 8.127
weroda
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <werod> army, band, host -- 7.50
werum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <wer> man -- 7.223
Westseaxna
proper noun, masculine plural; genitive of <West-Seaxan> West Saxons, Wessex -- 5.205
wīcgerēfa
noun, masculine; nominative singular of <wīc-gerēfa> lit. wick-reeve -- 5.164
wīcingas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <wīcing> Viking, pirate -- 6.263
wīcode
weak verb, class II; 3rd person singular preterite of <wician, wīcode, wīcod> camp, lodge -- 4.391
wīde
adverb <wīde> widely, far -- 1.139, 10.18
wif
noun, neuter; nominative plural of <wīf> wife, woman -- 7.23
Wīferþ
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Wīferþ> Wiferth -- 3.167
wīfes
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <wīf> wife, woman -- 3.69
wīg
noun, neuter; nominative singular of <wīg> war, strife -- 1.171
wigan
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <wiga> warrior -- 6.70
Wīgelmes
proper noun, masculine; genitive singular of <Wīgelm> Wigelin -- 6.51
wīgend
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <wīgend> warrior -- 6.80
wīgplegan
noun, masculine; instrumental singular of <wīg-plega> battle, lit. war-play -- 6.201
Wiht
proper noun, feminine; accusative singular of <Wiht> (Isle of) Wight -- 5.335
wilde
adjective; accusative plural of <wilde> wild, untamed -- 4.63
wilgesīþas
noun, masculine; nominative plural of <wilgesīð> dear companion -- 1.169
wille
anomalous verb; 1st person singular present indicative of <willan> wish, be willing -- 6.218
wille
anomalous verb; 3rd person singular present indicative of <willan> wish, be willing -- 9.348
wille
anomalous verb; 3rd person singular present subjunctive of <willan> wish, be willing -- 8.117
willeburnan
noun, feminine; nominative plural of <willeburne> well-spring -- 7.126
wind
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <wind> wind -- 4.397
windan
strong verb, class III; infinitive of <windan, wond, wundon, wunden> wind, twist, turn -- 6.260
winedryhten
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <wine-dryhten> lit. friend-lord -- 10.160
winemǣga
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <wine-mǣg> dear-, lit. friend-kinsman -- 8.44
winemǣgum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <wine-mǣg> dear-, lit. friend-kinsman -- 9.108
winemāgas
noun, masculine; accusative plural of <wine-mǣg> dear-, lit. friend-kinsman -- 6.113
wīngāl
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <wīn-gāl> intoxicated, lit. wine-gay -- 9.223
Winteceastre
proper noun, feminine; dative singular of <Winte-ceastre> Winchester -- 5.166
winter
noun, masculine; accusative singular of <winter> winter, year -- 9.104
wintercearig
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <winter-cearig> sorrowful, lit. winter-caring -- 8.192
wintra
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <winter> winter, year -- 7.94
wisse
preterite-present verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <witan, wāt, witon, wiste> know, observe -- 8.214
Wīstān
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Wīstān> Wistan -- 6.28
wiste
noun, feminine; dative singular of <wist> feast, food, provision -- 8.285
wið
preposition <wið> against, along -- 4.35, 6.31
wið ēastan
adverb <wið ēastan> to the east -- 4.65
wið sūðan
adverb <wið sūðan> to the south -- 4.470
wið uppon
adverb <wið uppan> upwards, above -- 4.67
wiðstondan
strong verb, class VI; infinitive of <wiðstandan, wiðstōd, wiðstōdon, wiðstanden> withstand, resist -- 8.129
wlonc
adjective; nominative singular masculine of <wlonc> proud -- 9.221
wōd
strong verb, class VI; 1st person singular preterite of <wadan, wōd, wōdon, waden> wade, stride over -- 8.191
wōdon
strong verb, class VI; 3rd person plural preterite of <wadan, wōd, wōdon, waden> wade, stride over -- 6.10
wolcnum
noun, masculine; dative plural of <wolcen> sky, heaven -- 1.53
wolde
anomalous verb; 3rd person singular preterite indicative of <willan> wish, be willing -- 7.40, 8.219
woldon
anomalous verb; 3rd person plural preterite indicative of <willan> wish, be willing -- 10.120
wonnan
adjective; dative singular masculine of <wonn> dark -- 7.176
word
noun, neuter; accusative plural of <word> word, speech -- 2.272, 7.54
wordgyd
strong noun, neuter; accusative singular of <wordgyd> lay, elegy -- 10.126
wordon
noun, neuter; instrumental plural of <word> word, speech -- 6.114
wordum
noun, neuter; dative plural of <word> word, speech -- 10.161
woroldāre
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <worold-ār> worldly honor -- 1.126
woruld
noun, feminine; accusative singular of <woruld> world -- 7.128
wræc
strong verb, class V; 3rd person singular preterite of <wrecan, wræc, wræcon, wrecen> wreak, force; tell, utter -- 7.190
wræccan
weak noun, masculine; genitive singular of <wrecca> wretch, exile -- 9.106
wræclāst
strong noun, masculine; nominative singular of <wræc-lāst> path of exile, lit. misery track -- 8.256
wræclāstas
strong noun, masculine; accusative plural of <wræc-lāst> path of exile, lit. misery track -- 8.25
wræcon
strong verb, class V; 3rd person plural preterite of <wrecan, wræc, wræcon, wrecen> wreak, force; tell, utter -- 7.233
wrāþra
adjective; genitive plural of <wrāð> wroth, angry -- 8.42
wreah
strong verb, class I; 3rd person singular preterite of <wrēon, wrāh, wrigon, wrigen> hide, cover -- 7.170, 7.247
wrecan
strong verb, class V; infinitive of <wrecan, wræc, wræcon, wrecen> wreak, force; tell, utter -- 9.11, 10.127
wucum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <wucu> week -- 4.179
wuldorcyninges
noun, neuter <wuldor> glory, praise + strong noun, masculine; genitive singular <cyning> king -- 7.231
wuldorfæder
noun, neuter <wuldor> glory, praise + noun, masculine; genitive singular <fæder> father -- 2.301
wuldres
noun, neuter; genitive singular of <wuldor> glory, praise -- 1.124
Wulfred
proper noun, masculine; nominative singular of <Wulfred> Wulfred -- 5.134
wunade
weak verb, class II; 1st person singular preterite of <wunian, wunode, wunod> dwell, live, remain -- 9.105
wunden
strong verb, class III; past participle of <windan, wond, wundon, wunden> wind, twist, turn -- 8.258
wundra
noun, neuter; genitive plural of <wundor> miracle, wonder -- 2.304
wundum
noun, feminine; dative plural of <wund> wound -- 6.82
wyn
strong noun, feminine; nominative singular of <wynn> joy, delight -- 8.286, 9.215
wynnum
strong noun, feminine; dative plural of <wynn> joy, delight -- 8.222
wyrd
strong noun, feminine; nominative singular of <wyrd> fate, destiny -- 8.26
wyrde
strong noun, feminine; dative singular of <wyrd> fate, destiny -- 8.128
wyruldcyninga
noun, masculine; genitive plural of <worold-cyning> earthly king -- 10.198
yfel
noun, neuter; accusative singular of <yfel> evil, mischief, wickedness -- 5.339
ylde
indeclinable noun, masculine plural; nominative of <ylde> men -- 1.166
yldo
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <yldu> (old) age -- 2.19
ylfete
noun, feminine; genitive singular of <ilfetu> swan -- 9.139
ymb
preposition <ymbe> at, around -- 3.366, 9.74, 10.129
ymbe
preposition <ymbe> at, around -- 10.105
ymbsittendra
strong verb, class V; present participle; genitive plural of <ymbsittan, ymbsæt, ymbsǣton, ymbseten> besiege, lit. sit round -- 1.59
yða
strong noun, feminine; nominative plural of <ȳð> wave -- 7.232
ȳþa
strong noun, feminine; genitive plural of <ȳð> wave -- 9.30