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keep [] ~ back sv/t7 æthealdan, wv/t1b ágǽlan hinder; ~ one’s bed leger weardian; ~ track of wv/t2 lást weardian follow closely

 

keeper of keys [] cǽgheorde m steward

 

kernel [] cyrnel m, n seed

 

kettle (for hot-water ordeal) [] céac m cauldron

 

key [] 1. ~ (lit, fig) cǽg f, cǽge f, cǽga m; keeper of ~s cǽgheorde m steward; ~-bearer cǽgbora m jailor; 2. locked with a ~ adj ácǽglod

 

kidney [] cropp m, croppa m, lundlaga m; ~s ǽdran f pl

 

kill [] sv/t2 ábréotan destroy, wv/t1b ádýdan destroy, wv/t1b ástýrfan destroy; wv/t1b ámyrðran, wv/t2 ámyrðrian; wv/t2 ádredwian lay low

 

kiln [] cylen f [L culina] oven, ást f

 

kin [] next of ~ níehsta m, f

 

kind [] 1. adj árful favorable; glædmód gracious, léoftǽl, léoftǽle loving, léofwende loving; 2. ~ly adv árfullíce; luflíce, léoflíce lovingly

 

kind [] of this ~ adv? þus gerád such

 

kind action [] lufu f

 

kindle [] sv/t7 gebláwan inflame, wv/t1b geglédan make hot, wv/t1b líhtan light; ~ a fire irreg wv/t1b ǽled2 weccan

 

kindness [] glædmódnes f bounty, gódscipe m , liss f mercy [formerly líðs]

 

king [] cyning m, æðeling2m Christ, gumfréa m, léodcyning m ruler, léodgebyrga2m lord; soul’s K~ gástcyning m God; later ~ æftercyning m; noble ~ (Christ) æðelcyning m

 

kingdom of Kent  [] Centríce n

 

kingfisher [] ísearn m halcyon

 

kinsfolk [] cýðð f, cýððu f kith

 

kinship [] cýðð f, cýððu f relationship

 

kinsman [] cnéowmǽg m relation, néodfréond m friend; near ~ néahfréond m near friend

 

kiss [] 1. coss m embrace; ~ing cossetung f; 2. wv/t1a cyssan1, wv/t2 cossian

 

kitchen [] cycene f [L coquina]; ~-garden léactún m garden of herbs

 

kite [] cýta m bittern, pyttel m hawk

 

kith [] cýðð f, cýððu f kinsfolk

 

knapweed [] ísenhearde f black centaury

 

kneel [] wv/t2 cnéowlian, sv/i5 licgan1 on cnéowum

 

kneeling [] cnéowung f genuflection

 

knife [] cníf m; ~ for cutting the nails næglsex n

 

knitting yarn [] nettgern n

 

know [] not to ~ irreg v/t nytan be ignorant

 

knowing [] adj gecýðig

 

knowledge [] andgiet n, andgiete f perception, cúðnes f acquaintance, cýðnes1f acquaintance, lárcræft m; cýðð f, cýððu f familiarity; ~ of Latin lǽdenlár f

 

known [] 1. adj cýðig, geanwyrde confessed; yppe evident; well ~ namcúð, ymbsprǽce spoken about; 2. become ~ wv/t1b cýðan1, irreg wv/t1b cýðlǽcan1; make ~ wv/t1b cýðan1 proclaim; sv/t7 ingefeallan reveal
 

 

 

L [] lagu m name of rune for L

 

labor [] 1. geweorc n workmanship; 2. sv/t3 áwinnan strive

 

lack [] 1. gád1n want; ~ of an abbot abbodléast f; 2. wv/t3 nabban not have

 

ladle out [] wv/t2 lafian1

 

lady [] ides2f woman

 

lair [] gelege f? bed, leger n couch

lamb [] lamb n; male ~ purlamb n pur

lamb without blemish [] purlamb n

 

lame [] 1. lama m paralytic person; 2. adj healfféðe, limséoc2paralytic; wk adj lama crippled; 3. wv/t2 lemian1 disable

 

lament [] 1. cwíðnes f complaint; 2. wv/t1b gólan groan, wv/t2 handbæftian , wv/t2 héofian, héofigian; wv/t2 þoterian cry

 

lamentation [] cwánung f

 

lamenting [] adj héofigendlic

 

lamp [] léohtfæt n lantern, léohtfætels m, candel f, n [L candela] lantern, cielle f [OHG kella] fire-pan

 

lamprey [] lamrede f [L], lempedu f [L lampreda]

 

lance [] gárwudum spear-shaft

 

lancet [] ǽdreseax n, lǽceseax n

 

land [] 1. land n earth, landcofa m district; landmearca m country; a certain quantity of ~ æcer m strip of ploughland; arable ~ yrðland n; area of ~ about ¼ of a hide  gierd landes f; cultivated ~ æcer m field; cultivation of tribute-~ gafolyrð f; enclosed ~ pearroc m, pearruc m; inherited ~ yrfeland n; irrigated ~ þán n; ~ force landhere m; ~ in the lord’s own occupation inland n domain; ~ let for rent or services gafolland n leased land; ~ of a dependant or vassal néatland n; ~ of the church ciricland n; ~ed property land n, ár f possessions, landspéd f; ~s æht f (usu pl) possessions; law of the ~ léodriht n; leased ~ lǽnland n, gafolland n land let for rent or services; native ~ cýðð f, cýððu f home; northern ~ or shore norðland n; occupied ~ landseten f estate; occupier of ~ landseðla m; redemption of ~ landhredding f; point of ~ gára m cape; pointed strip of ~ áræcer m; promised ~ gehátland n; purchased ~ céapland n; rich in ~ gelenda m; search for ~ to settle on landsócn2f; tract of ~ landscearu f country; strip of ~ an acre in extent, lying at the head of a field héafodæcer m; 2. wv/t2 gelandian; mark or beat the bounds of ~ wv/t1b lǽdan; 3. dwelling on the ~ adj landbúende; having ~ property adj gelandod; occupying ~ adj landsittende; owning ~ adj landágende

 

land-book [] landbóc f written grant of land

 

landlord [] landhláford m lord of a manor/country

 

landmark [] landscearu f boundary

 

land-tax [] landgafol n tribute

 

lane [] lanu f street; north ~ norðlanu f

 

language [] Latin ~ lǽdengereord n, lǽdengeþéode n, lǽdensprǽc f; any foreign ~ lǽden n; scientific ~ cræftsprǽc f

 

languish [] wv/t1b áswárcan

 

lank [] adj hlanc thin

 

lantern [] léohtfæt n lamp, candel f, n [L candela] lamp

 

lap [] wv/t2 liccian lick up; ~ up wv/t2 lapian

 

lappet [] læppa m piece

lapwing [] hléapewince f, læpewince f

large [] adj numol wide

 

lark [] láwerce f

 

lasciviousness [] gálscipe m excess

 

last [] 1. adj níehst latest; æftresta, ýtemest uttermost; 2. at ~ adv late [cmp lator, spl latost], æt níehstan next; ~ (in time) níehst; 3. wv/t1b lǽstan1 endure

 

lasting [] 1. adj lang (cmp lengra, spl lengest), langfǽre protracted, langsum tedious,langtwidig assured; ~ through the night nihtlang; 2. ~ through the night adv nihtlanges

 

late [] 1. adj néah; cmp néara; spl níehsta, lætcumen; 2. adv late [cmp lator, spl latost]; ~ly late [cmp lator, spl latost]

 

lately [] adv ǽr [cmp ǽror; spl ǽrost, ǽrest, ǽrst] soon, níwlíce recently; néah nearly; níwan newly; cmp néar; spl níehst

 

later [] 1. adj æfterweard further; néara, néarra latter [cmp of néah]; 2. adv æfter thereupon, lator [cmp of late; spl latost] slower; neither sooner nor ~ ne ǽr ne siððan; sooner or ~ ǽr oððe æfter

 

latest [] adj níehst last

 

lather [] wv/t1b lýðran smear

 

Latin [] 1. adj lǽden, lǽdenisc, Lǽdenlic; 2. lǽden n; ~ book lǽdenbóc f; ~ noun lǽdennama m; knowledge of ~ lǽdenlár f; ~ language lǽdengereord n, lǽdengeþéode n, lǽdensprǽc f; ~ people lǽdenware m pl Romans ; ~ word lǽdenword n; 3. in ~ adv lǽdenstæfum

 

latrine [] gangtún m privy

 

latter [] adj æfterra following; néara, néarra later [cmp of néah]

 

laudable [] 1. adj áfandigendlic, áfandodlic; 2. adv ~ly áfandodlíce

 

laughter [] ceahhetung f jesting; boisterous ~ cancetung f, cincung f

 

laurel [] 1. laur m laver, laurbéam m, lawernbéam m; ~-berry laurberige f; ~-tree laurtréow n; 2. of ~ adj laurisc; ~-flavored gelaured

 

lave [] wv/t2 lafian1 bathe

 

laver [] laur m laurel; ~ of baptism fantbæð n baptismal water

 

law [] 1. laga m, lagu f regulation; ~ (divine or human) ǽ f covenant; ásetnes f institute; books of the ~ ǽbéc f pl; breach of the ~ lahbryce m; ecclesiastical ~ préostlagu f canon law; canon ~ préostlagu f ecclesiastical law; ~-giving ǽgesetnes f the Old Testament; injunction of the ~ ǽbebod n command; local ~ landlagu f; ~ of the land léodriht n; official declarer of the ~ lahmann m; teacher of the ~ ǽláréow m Pharisee; thane-~ þegnlagu f legal rights of thane; 2. ~ful adj ǽlic, ǽwlic, ǽwfæstlic, lahlic legal; ~fully born ǽwumboren; fulfilling the ~ ǽfyllende pious; ~-giving ǽlagol; learned in the ~ ǽgléaw; of the ~ ǽlic legal; 3. adv ~fully ǽlíce, ǽwfæstlíce, ǽwlíce, lahlíce; of the ~ǽlíce

 

lawbreaker [] ǽslítend m

 

lawgiver [] ǽsellend m

 

lawn [] gærswyrt f grass

 

lawyer [] lahwita m

 

lax [] adj léas

 

lay (not ~, antonym of clerical) [] 1. adj gástlic; 2. ~ly adv gástlíce

 

lay [] léoð n song

 

lay [] wv/t1b lǽdan place; ~ at one’s charge wv/t1b ástǽlan; ~ bare wv/t1a ábarian disclose; wv/t2 genacian, genacodian strip; ~ down sv/t2 gelútan; ~ in wait for wv/t1b ymbsierwan, ymbsirwan; ~ low wv/t2 ádredwian kill; ~ out wv/t1b cystan spend; ~ waste wv/t1b áwéstan destroy, wv/t1b áǽðan

 

layman [] ceorl m peasant

 

laziness [] nytennes f ignominy

 

lea [] léah m meadow

 

lead [] 1. léad n; ~-mine léadgedelf n; ~-weight léadgewiht n a scale of weight 2. adj ~en léaden; of ~ léaden

 

lead [] wv/t1b lǽdan1 guide; sv/i5 licgan1extend to; irreg wv/t1b gebringan bring; ~ (life) wv/t1b lǽdan pass; ~ around wv/t1b ymblǽdan; ~ in wv/t1b inlǽdan bring in, wv/t1b inbelǽdan; ~ out sv/t6 áhladan draw out; ~ up wv/t1b inlǽdan lead in

 

leaden vessel [] léad n cauldron

 

leader [] lǽdere m, ládmann m guide, láttéow m, láttéowa m guide; héafod n chief

 

leadership [] ládscipe m, láttéowdóm m guidance

 

leading [] lád f carrying

 

leaf [] 1. léaf n shoot; hassock or sedge ~s cassucléaf n pl; ivy-~ ífigléaf n; ~y shade léafscead n; leak ~ léacblæd n; oak ~ ácléaf n; 2. ~y adj geléaf; ~ at the top léafhelmig

 

leaky [] adj hlec

 

lean [] adj hlanc lank

 

lean [] become ~ wv/t2 áhlǽnsian

 

leap [] sv/t7 lácan jump; ~ up wv/t1b hléapettan

 

learn [] wv/t2 leornian1 study; sv/t5 gefricgan find out by inquiry

 

learned [] 1. adj céne; lǽred1 (as opposed to lǽwed); ~ in the law ǽgléaw; 2. adv ~ clever; 3. ~ man lárwita m; ~ arts gebregdstafas m pl literary arts

 

learner [] leornere m disciple, leornungmann  m (used even of women) disciple

 

learning [] gelǽrednes f skill, leornes f, leornung f [dat sing leornunga] study, leornungcræft m; lár f science

 

lease [] wv/t1b álendan, wv/t1b lǽnan1grant

 

leased land  [] lǽnland n, gafolland n land let for rent or services

 

leave (by will) [] wv/t1b yrfan

 

leave [] léaf1f privilege, léafe1f license, léafnes f permission

 

leave [] wv/t1b lǽfan1 bequeath; ~ behind sv/t7 lǽtan1 allow to remain, sv/t7 on bæc lǽtan1, wv/t1b lǽfan1 spare; ~ off sv/t3 áblinnan cease; ~ undone sv/t7 lǽtan1

 

Lebanon (of ~) [] adj Libanisc

 

leech [] lǽce m

 

leek [] cípeléac n, léac n onion, por n [L porrum], porr n [L porrum], porléac n [L porrum]

 

left (have ~) [] wv/t1b lǽfan1spare

 

legal [] 1. adj ǽlic, ǽwlic lawful, lahlic; 2. ~ly adv ǽlíce, ǽwlíce, lahlíce; 3. ~ formality or delay before entering on an inheritance yrfefyrst m; ~ privilege lagu f right; ~ process gang m; ~ right lahriht n; ~ rights, duties, and privileges which attached to the rank of thane þegnlagu f thane-law; ~ tender instead of coin for the rent of a hide of land gafolhwítel m

 

legion [] getrum2n army, legie f [L]

 

legislator [] ǽlǽdend m, ǽlátéow m

 

leisure [] 1. ǽmethwíl f, ǽmetta m rest; one at ~ ǽmetla m; 2. be at ~ wv/t2 ǽmtian1have time for

 

lend [] wv/t1b lǽnan1

 

lender [] lǽnend m, lǽnere m

 

length [] 1. langnes f, langsumnes f, lengu f height; langférnes f long duration; measure of ~ gierd f; 2. at ~ adv æt níehstan

 

lent [] adj lǽne transitory

 

Lent [] 1. lenctenfæsten n, lenctentíma m, lenctentíd f spring; ~ food lenctensufel n; last week in which cheese was allowed to be eaten before ~ cýswucu f; 2. adj ~en lenctenlic

 

lentil [] lent f [L lentem]

leper [] lícþrówere m

leprous [] become ~ wv/i2 áhréofian

 

lessen [] wv/t2 lýtlian1 decrease

 

lesson [] capitol m, capitul m, capitula m chapter (division of a book); ~ in the church service pistolrǽding m

 

let [] wv/t1b lettan1 hinder; ~ (on lease) sv/t7 lǽtan1; ~ alone sv/t7 lǽtan1depart from; ~ in sv/t7 inforlǽtan, sv/t7 inlǽtan; ~ off wv/t2 ládian1excuse; ~ out sv/t7 lǽtan1 set free; ~ out wv/t2 ámeldian make known

 

letter [] carte f [L charta]; ǽrendbóc f message, pistol m [L epistola]; apostolic ~ pistol m [L epistola]

 

letting [] letting f hindrance

 

lettuce [] lactuc m [L], leahtric m [L lactuca]

 

levity [] gál n folly/lightness, léasferðnes f folly, léasnes f lying, léohtbrǽdnes f frivolity

 

lewd [] adj gaf vile

 

lewdness [] gálscipe m wantonness

 

liar [] léasere m hypocrite, lygewyrhta m

 

liberal [] 1. adj cystig charitable, gifol generous; 2. ~ly adv cystiglíce

 

liberality [] cystignes f, cystines f goodness, gifolnes f

 

liberate [] wv/t1a nerian rescue; wv/t1b líesan1redeem

 

license [] léafe1f permission

 

licentious [] 1. adj gál proud, gálferhð, gálmód wanton, gálful luxurious; 2. ~ly adv gálfullíce; 3. ~ person gálsere m; ~ festival gálfréols m revel

 

lick [] wv/t2 liccian; ~ up wv/t2 liccian lap

 

licking [] liccing f

 

lid [] closed by a ~ adj hlidfæst

 

lie [] 1. léasspell n fiction, lygen f falsehood; 2. wv/i2 léasian; sv/i5 licgan1 be situated; ~ along sv/i5 licgan1 border; ~ dead sv/i5 licgan1fail, subside; ~ down sv/i5 licgan1 yield, lie dead; ~ idle sv/i5 ætlicgan; ~ low sv/i5 licgan1 lie down, lie dead; ~ on the back (of the moon) wv/t2 úp capian look up; ~ prostrate sv/i5 licgan1 fail

 

life [] 1. líf m existence, feorhlíf n; líffæc n lifetime; gást m spirit; ~ day lífdæg m (usu in pl); ~-time líf m; eternal ~ ǽlíf n; care about ~ lífcearu2f; ~ of a nun nunlíf n; regulation in ~ líffadung f; solitary ~ ǽnetlíf n; source of ~ (God) líffruma2 m; way of ~ lífbrycgung f; way of ~ (e.g., monastic) líf m; ~ in the waves ýðgewinn2n wave-strife; ~ of a recluse inbetýnednes f; Lord of ~ líffréa2m God; 2. adj full of ~ líffæst1 vigorous; ~-giving líffæst1; of well-ordered ~ þéawfæst moral; struggling for ~ lífbysig; ~less gástléas dead; 3. in ~ and in death adv on lífe ge on legere; 4. endow with ~ wv/t1b líffæstan1quicken; forfeit ~ wv/t2 héafod þolian

 

lifetime [] lífdæg m (usu in pl), líffæc n life

 

lift [] wv/t1b lǽdan1 carry; ~ up sv/t3 úp ábregdan raise

 

lifted up [] adj geaforod

 

light [] 1. léohtfæt n lantern; líhtung f illumination; léoht n daylight; a brilliant ~ glǽm2m; author of ~ léohtsáwend m; ~ (of flame) légeléoht n; evening ~ ǽfenléoht n; flash of ~ lígetræsc m lightning; payment for providing ~s in church léohtgesceot n, léohtgescot n; ray of ~ léoma1m beam; source of ~ léohtfruma2m; 2. wv/t1b líhtan kindle; become ~ wv/t2 léohtian dawn, wv/i1b inlíxan dawn; bring to ~ wv/t1b ábǽran disclose; give/grow ~ wv/t1b líhtan shin/ dawn; give ~) [] wv/t2 léohtian illuminate; make ~ wv/t1b líhtan1 alleviate; 3. adj léoht bright, léoht not heavy; gagolisc wanton, gál pleasant; léohtlic of little importance; having rays of ~ adj geléomod

 

lighten [] wv/t1b líhtan illuminate; be ~ed wv/t2 léohtian be relieved

 

lightly [] adv léohte easily; léohtlíce slightly

 

light-minded [] adj gálmód licentious

 

lightness [] gál n levity

 

lightness of taxation [] líhtingnes f

 

lightning [] léoma1m, líeg m, n fire, líget n, m, lígetu f, lígetræsc m flash of light, lígetung f, lígræscetung f, lígræscung f, líhtung f; ~-stroke lígetsleht m thunderbolt; flash of ~ líget n, m, lígetu f

 

light-seeing [] léohtscéawigend m

 

like [] 1. adj angelic similar; 2. ~ a brave man adv þegnlíce bravely

 

like [] be ~ irreg wv/t1b w.d. néalǽcan; be or make ~  wv/i2 gelícian

 

like as if… [] conj gelíce and …

 

likely (seem ~) [] wv/i2 gelícian

 

liken [] sv/t7 gelíclǽtan compare

 

liking (strong ~) [] lufu f affection

 

lily [] lilie f [L lilium]

 

limb [] 1. lim n member; 2. sound of ~ adj limhál

lime [] cealc m chalk; ~-heap límfín f

limestone [] cealcstán m chalk

 

limit [] landgemǽre n, landgemirce n boundary; þerscold m, þerscwald m, þerscwold m, þerxold m, þerxwold m border; northern ~ norðgemǽre n

 

limited [] adj nearu narrow

 

limping [] adj lemphealt

 

linchpin [] lynis m

 

line [] líne f cable; plumb-~ pundern n, pundur n [L pondere] weight; span of ~ cálend2m

 

linen [] 1. adj linen made of flax; 2. ~ cloth línenhrægl n

 

linger [] wv/t2 latian1 hesitate

 

linnet [] línete f, línetwige f, línetwigle f

 

lion [] léo m [L]

 

lioness [] léo f [L]

 

lip [] lippa m, lippe? f

 

liquid [] ýð f water

 

lisp [] wv/t2 áwlyspian

 

litany [] létanía m [L litany]

 

literary arts [] gebregdstafas m pl learned arts

 

lithe [] adj líðe (cmp lýðre, spl lýðrest?) gentle

 

little [] a ~ adv, adj, noun hwæthwugu, hwæthwigu, hwæthugu, hwæthwega, hwæthwegu, hwæthwygu

 

little by little [] adv gefrédmǽlum, lýtlum

 

little one [] lýtling m infant

 

liver [] 1. lifer f; ~ complaint liferádl f; disease of the ~ liferséocnes f; hollow in the ~ liferhol n; lobe of the ~ liferlæppa m; pain in the ~ liferwærc m; protuberance of the ~ liferbýl m; 2. ill in the ~ adj liferséoc

 

liverwort [] liferwyrt n

 

livestock [] cwicǽht f

 

living [] 1. adj líffæst1quickened, feorhéacen; 2. ecclesiastical ~ ár f benefits

 

living near (one ~) [] ymbsittend m

 

lizard [] áðexe f

 

lo! [] interj behold!, nú behold!

 

load [] wv/t2 geféðrian

 

loaded stick [] léadstæf m

 

loan [] lean n gift

 

loathe [] wv/t1b láðettan hate

 

loathly [] 1. adj láðlic hateful; 2. ~ly adv láðlíce

 

loathsome [] adj láð noxious

 

lobe [] læppa m section; ~ of the liver liferlæppa m

 

lobster [] loppestre f

 

local law [] landlagu f

 

lock [] 1. loc n bolt; clústor n [L claustrum] barrier; 2. sv/t2 lúcan1close

 

locked with a key [] adj ácǽglod

 

locust [] gærshoppa m, gærshoppe f, gærstapa m grasshopper, loppestre f

 

lodge [] wv/t2 innian1 put up

 

lodging [] inn n dwelling; giestning f hospitality

 

lofty [] adj géap open

 

loin [] lendenbrǽde f, lendenbréde f

 

Lombards [] Longbeardan m pl, Longbeardas m pl

 

London (of ~) [] adj Lundonisc

 

loneliness [] ánlípnes f

 

long [] 1. adj lang (cmp lengra, spl lengest) tall, langsum protracted; 2. adv langsumlíce, lange (cmp leng/lenge, spl lengest) a long time; a ~ time lange (cmp leng/lenge, spl lengest) long; 3. ~ duration langférnes f length

 

longing [] langung f, néod f desire; 2. affect with ~ impersonal wv/t2 álangian

 

look [] 1. interj lóc, lóca; ~ you lóc, lóca; 2. wv/t2 capian; ~ after wv/t2 lácnian1treat, wv/t3 habban carry on; ~ around sv/t5 ymbséon, wv/t2 ymblócian, wv/t2 ymbscéawian; ~ out for wv/t1b cépan guard; ~ up wv/t2 úp capian lie on the back (of the moon)

 

looking around [] ymbscéawung f

 

look-out man at the prow [] plihtere m

 

loom [] lám n clay; part of a ~ pihten m [L pecten]

 

loosen [] wv/t1a áslæccan slacken, wv/t1b líesan1release

 

Lord [] 1. ~ of life líffréa2m God; 2. O ~! interj lá léof

 

lord [] guma2m man, gumdryhten m; léodgebyrga2m protector; ~ of a country landhláford m landlord; ~ of a manor landhláford m landlord; land in the ~’s own occupation inland n domain; services due to the ~ on his inland inwaru f

 

lord’s swineherd [] inswán m

 

lore [] lár f doctrine

 

lose [] irreg v/t nágan be unable to; wv/t2 losian; ~ heart sv/t7 niðerlǽtan

 

loss [] álǽnes f, æfwyrdelsa m damage, æfwyrdla m damage; lor n (in phr tó ~e/lóse) destruction, losing f, loswist f destruction; fine for injury or ~ æfwyrdla m

 

lost (be ~) [] wv/t2 losian1perish

 

loud [] 1. adj hádor2 distinct; 2. ~ly adv hádre, hlúdswége

 

louse [] lús f

 

lovable [] 1. adj léoflic pleasant, luflic, lufiendlic, lufigendlic; lufsum pleasant; léoftǽl, léoftǽle dear; 2. ~ly adv léoflíce, luflíce

 

love [] 1. lufu f strong liking, liss f kindness [formerly líðs]; lufrǽden f; spiritual ~ gástlufu2f; ~ (of God) lufu f; 2. wv/t2 lufian1cherish; sow ~ to wv/t2 lufian1love; 3. ~ly adj lufiendlic, lufigendlic beautiful

 

lover [] lufiend m; female ~ lufestre f

 

loving [] 1. adj luflic amiable, lufsum pleasant, léoftǽl, léoftǽle, léofwende kind; 2. ~ly adv luflíce; léoflíce kindly

 

low [] 1. adj niðerlic inferior; 2. ~ down adv niðere below; 3. bring ~ wv/t1b ábýgan reduce, wv/t2niðerian1depress

 

low-born [] adj ceorlboren not noble

 

lower [] adj æfterra latter; neoðanweard, niðera under

 

lowest [] adj níðemest, nyðemest undermost, niðera

 

lowly [] adj niðerlic inferior

 

low-lying [] adj niðerlic inferior

 

loyal [] adj þegnlic brave; ~ at heart inhold

 

luck [] wish one good ~ sv/t2 hǽl ábéodan bid farewell to

 

lukewarm (be or become ~) [] wv/i2 áwlacian

 

luminary [] léoht n

 

luminous [] adj léoht bright, léohtbǽre brilliant

 

lunatic [] adj gebrocséoc frantic

 

lung [] lungen f

lurk [] wv/t2 ætlútian hide

lust [] gál n wantonness, gálnes f frivolity; youthful ~ geoguðlust m

 

lusterless [] adj ǽblǽce pale

 

lustful [] 1. adj gálful luxurious, gállic; mind-~ adj gálferhð wanton; 2. ~ly adv gálfullíce; 3. ~ness gálnes f wantonness, gálscipe m lasciviousness

 

lusty [] adj æðele young

 

luxurious [] 1. adj gálful wanton; 2. ~ly adv gálfullíce

 

luxury [] gál n lust, gálscipe m wantonness, gagolbǽrnes f wantonness, gálnes f extravagance

 

lye [] léag f alkalized water

 

lying [] 1. adj léasbréd deceitful; léassagol false; ~ on the back adj capiende bent backwards; 2. léas n falsehood; léasnes f levity; leger n illness

 

lying [] low-~ adj niðerlic lowly


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