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machine [] cræft m instrument

 

mad [] 1. adj ylfig raving; 2. make ~ or foolish wv/t1b gemǽdan

 

madness [] gemǽdla m

 

magic [] ~ art galdorcræft m occult art; ~ saying galdorcwide m incantation; ~ song galdorcwide m incantation, galdorléoð n incantation; ~ word galdorword n word of incantation

 

magician [] galdre m wizard, géogelere m, géoglere m

 

magnificent [] 1. adj geatolic2stately; 2. ~ly adv prútlíce pompously

 

magpie [] agu f

 

maimed [] adj limlǽweo

 

main road to a town [] portherpað

 

maintenance [] lád f support

 

make [] wv/t2 gearwian1 construct; ~ a declaration in court wv/t1a cennan1 clear oneself; ~ to fall sv/t7 ábéatan break to pieces; ~ light wv/t1b líhtan1alleviate; ~ ready wv/t2 gearwian1equip; ~ sport of wv/t1b plegan mock; ~ the circuit of wv/t1a ymbcyrran go around; ~ the sign of the cross irreg wv/t1b wyrcan Crístesmǽl / Crístesmél

 

make signs to [] wv/t2 andbícnian

male [] carlmann m man; ~ bird carlfugol m cock; ~ sponsor gefædera m godfather

malediction [] curs m curse

 

malevolent [] adj yfelwille

 

malice [] níðgrama m anger, yfelgiornes f wickedness, yfelwillendnes f; net of ~ inwitnett n

 

malicious [] 1. adj níðig envious, yfelful wicked; 2. ~ly adv níðfullíce

 

malign [] wv/t2 ácursian

 

malignant [] adj láð1 hostile, yfelcund evil

 

malleable [] adj gelǽdendlic ductile, lǽdendlic1 ductile

 

mallow [] cottuc m, cotuc m, geormanléaf n, geormenletic n

 

man [] 1. mann m, carl m [ON karl], ceorl m, carlmann m male; æðeling2m hero, hæle2m hero; gást m human being, gástberend2m living soul; gummann m, gumrinc2m warrior, gumþegen m; guma2m lord; geféra m servant; free~ ceorlmann m; learned ~ lárwita m; married ~ hǽmedceorl m; noble ~ ceorl2m hero; ~ of royal blood æðeling m nobleman; poor ~ þearfend m; 2. adj ~ly þegnlic manful; strong as a ~ ceorlstrang

 

manager [] fadiend m

 

manful [] 1. adj þegnlic brave; 2. ~ly adv þegnlíce bravely

 

manifest [] 1. adj andgete plain [andgiete], ǽbǽre public, yppe known; 2. wv/t1a yppan1 reveal; made ~ adj áscyled

 

manifestation [] ypping f

 

manner [] 1. cost m way; ~s gelǽte n [ON lǽti] bearing; 2. adj ill-~ed þéawléas ill-conditioned; well-~ed geþéawod moral; of good ~ þéawfæst moral; 3. adv? in a silly ~ ídelinga

 

manor [] cotlíf n village; lord of a ~ landhláford m landlord

 

manservant [] ambihtmann m

 

mantle [] loða m cloak

 

manual [] handbóc f handbook

 

many [] adj gehwilc some

 

March [] Hlýda m; month of ~ Hreðemónað m

 

mark []1. nót m [L nota] note; Christ’s ~ Crístesmǽl, Crístesmél m, n the cross; 2. ~ or beat the bounds of land wv/t1b lǽdan

 

marked (of a sword) [] adj pytted

 

market [] céap m, céapstów f marketplace, céapunggemót n, cíeping f market-place; ~ day cýpedæg m; ~ dues cíeping f; ~ing cíeping f trading; ~place cíeping f market, céapstrǽt f; céapstów f market; ~ price céapgyld n purchase money

 

marriage [] ǽ f; legertéam m cohabitation, gaderscipe1m wedlock; ~ to the church (as when one takes orders) ciricǽw n, f

 

married [] 1. adj ǽwfæst, geǽwnod; ~ man hǽmedceorl m; ~ woman hǽmedwíf n

 

marry [] wv/t2 ǽwnian1; ~ (of the woman) wv/t2 ceorlian1

 

marsh [] gyrwefenn n

 

martyr [] cýðere m witness

 

mask [] gríma2m helmet

 

mass [] clíewen n group; curd-like ~ cýgerunn n

 

mass [] early ~ capitolmæsse f first mass; first ~ capitolmæsse f early mass

 

mast [] picgbréad n pig’s food; ~ of trees æcern n nut

 

master [] láréow m, lárow, láruw, láruwa m teacher

 

match [] wv/t1b æfenlǽcan

 

mate [] gemæcca m, f one of a pair

 

material [] adj líchamlic physical

 

mathematician [] circolwyrde m computer

 

matrimony [] gaderscipe1m marriage, hǽmedgemána m

 

matter [] intinga m business; gund m pus

 

mayor [] portgeréfa m port-reeve

 

meadow [] gærstún m grass-enclosure, léah m lea; ~ which was mown as part of the rent gafolmǽd f

 

meadow-dike [] gærstúndíc m

 

meal [] grýtt n dust; afternoon ~ nónmete m; ~ after nones nóngereord n dinner

 

mean [] 1. lýðerlic vile; lýðre bad; yfelic, yfellic poor; 2. ~ly adv lýðerlíce, yfelíce, yfellíce

 

meaning [] andgiet n, andgiete f sense; ingehygd f, ingehýd f, ingehíd f intention

 

means [] by no ~ 1. adv ná, náteshwón, náteþæshwón not at all, nealles not at all; 2. conj

 

meanwhile [] conj ámang þám/þissum

 

measure [] leap m; ~ (of corn) pundwǽg f pound weight; small ~ pægel m gill; ~ of length gierd f

 

meat [] ǽt m, f, n flesh

medicament [] lácnung f remedy


meditation [] leornung f [dat sing leornunga] study

meet [] wv/t2 gegegnian; ~ with sv/i3 geiernan attain

meeting [] géancyme m , géannes f , géanryne m , géancyrr m turning against

 

melody [] glíwstæf m joy

 

melt [] wv/t1b ámyltan

member [] lim n limb

membership [] guild-~ gildrǽden f; ~ of a guild gegilde n

 

memory [] ingemynd2f, n recollection

 

men [] æðelingas m pl people, léode f pl people, country, ielde2m pl, léodweras2m pl human beings, niððas2m pl; band of ~ gefylce n army; Kentish ~ Centingas m pl

 

mental [] 1. adj innera, innra, inra spiritual; 2. ~ly adv inweard spiritually

 

mention [] wv/t1b nemnan relate, wv/t2 nemnian relate, wv/t2 namian1

 

merchandise [] cíepeþing n pl, cíeping f

 

merchant [] cíepa m trader, cíepemann m, cíepmann m

 

merciful [] 1. adj árdǽde, árfæst gracious, árful kind; 2. ~ly adv árfullíce; 3. be ~ to wv/t2 árian1care for

 

mercury [] 1. the herb ~ cedelc f; 2. show ~ wv/t1b árfæstan, wv/t2 árfæstian

 

mercy [] ár f pity, árfæstnes f pity, líð n, liss f kindness [formerly líðs]

 

merry journey [] gamenwáðf

 

message [] ǽrendbóc f letter, lác2n, f; ǽrende n errand; ǽrendsprǽc f

 

messenger [] ǽboda m preacher, ǽrendraca m ambassador, ǽrendsecg m, ár2m herald; ~ of evil? nýdboda m

 

metal [] piece of ~ clút m plate; ~ plate læfer f, platung f

 

method [] adherence to the rules of right conduct or ~ þéawfæstnes f obedience to rule

 

middle [] exact ~ ælemidde f; ~ finger ǽwiscberend m

 

might [] cræft m physical strength; afol n power, geweald n power

 

migration [] ymbcerr m going

 

mild [] adj líðe (cmp lýðre, spl lýðrest?) soft

 

military [] 1. adj camplic; 2. ~ expedition æxfaru f; ~ service campdóm m warfare; ~ work geweorc n fortification

 

milk [] sv/t3 ámelcan

 

Milky Way [] Iringes Weg m

 

miller [] grístra m baker; a kind of ~ panic m

 

mime [] léasere m jester

 

mimic [] adj glíwlic jesting

 

mind [] gehygd f, n, geþanc m, n thought, ingeþanc m, n thought; ingehygd f, ingehýd f, ingehíd f consciousness; ingemynd2f, n memory; mystery of the ~ gástgerýne2n ghostly mystery; thought of ~ gástgehygd2n, gástgemynd n

 

minded [] adj gehugod

 

mind-lustful [] adj gálferhð wanton

 

mine [] iron ~ ísenóre f, ísengræf m; lead ~ léadgedelf n

 

minister [] 1. ambihtsecg m; 2. ~ to wv/t2 þegnian1w.d. serve a person; ~ to necessities wv/t2 þegnian1 supply wants

 

mint [] cat’s ~ nefte f [L nepeta]

 

miracle [] perform a ~ wv/t1b wundor cýðan1

 

mirth [] gamenn joy; glíwdréam m music

 

mischief [] anda m injury

 

miser [] gítsere m

 

miserable condition (be in a ~) [] wv/i2 æfian

 

miserably [] adv coðlíce, yfle (cmp wiers/wyrs, spl wierrest/wyrrest/wyrst) hurtfully

 

misery [] iermð f, iermðu f distress; yfel n ill; léwsa m weakness

 

misfortune [] gelimp n accident, gyrn2m , n sorrow, láð n harm, láðscipe m

 

mission [] ǽrende n

 

mist [] lyfthelm2m cloud

 

mistake [] léas n untruth

 

mistletoe [] ácmistel f

mite [] ymel m

mitigate [] wv/t2 geleoðuwácian soften

 

mixture [] egg ~ ǽggemang n

 

mock [] wv/t1a gabban scoff, wv/t1b cancetan, wv/t1b cancettan deride; wv/t1b plegan make sport of

 

mockery [] géað2f foolishness

 

mocking [] gabbung f scoffing, gaffetung f scoffing

 

moderately [] adv gewealden

 

moderate-sized [] 1. adj íeðelic; 2. ~ly adv íeðelíce

 

modest [] 1. adj cúsc chaste; ánfald, ánfeald, ánfealdlic sincere; 2. adv ~ly ánfaldlíce, ánfealdlíce

 

moist [] adj þán irrigated

 

molar [] grindetóð m

 

molten [] adj géotenlic fluid

 

moment [] préowthwíl f, princ? ? twinkling of an eye

 

monarchy [] ánwald m

 

monastery [] líf m, préostlíf n priests’ quarters

 

money [] 1. pening m penny; ~ box gafolgyld n fiscus piece of ~ yndse f shekel; coining ~ peningslæht m; purchase ~ céapgyld n market price; 2. for ready ~ adv wið licgendum féo

 

money-changer [] peninghwyrfere m, peningmangere m

 

monk [] brother ~ gehada m; title of senior ~s non m

 

monster [] sea-~ nicor m water-sprite

 

month [] cálend m; holy ~ Háligmónað m September; ~ of March Hreðemónað m

 

moon (vessel in the air) [] lyftfæt n

 

moral [] 1. adj geþéawod well-mannered, þéawfæst virtuous, þéawful virtuous; 2. ~ excellence cyst f, m virtue; ~ necessity níedscyld f

 

more [] 1. no ~ adv ná má; 2. nothing ~ noun ná máre

 

moreover [] conj ac nevertheless

 

morning (very early in the ~) [] adv on ealne ǽrne mergen

 

morsel [] gehrin n

 

mortar [] píle f [L pila] ; one who pounds in a ~ pílere m

 

mortify [] wv/t1b ádýdan kill

 

moth or beetle which flies by night [] nihtbutorfléoge f

 

mother [] ácennicge f, cennestre f

 

motion [] ástyrung f; quick ~ plega m exercise; tossing ~ gewealc n rolling

 

mount [] wv/t2 ástigian ascend

 

mountain [] héahbeorg m; neighboring ~ néahmunt m

 

mourn [] wv/t1b gierman cry

 

mouse [] coal~ colmáse f titmouse; tit~ colmáse f coal-mouse

 

moustache [] cenep m [ON kanpr], granu f

 

move [] irreg v/i gán1traverse; cause to ~ rapidly sv/i3 iernan turn; ~ quickly sv/t3 ábregdan unsheathe; ~ rapidly wv/t1b plegan, sv/i3 iernan run; ~ up and down sv/t7 lácan leap, wv/t1b áwecgan shake

 

movement [] plega m quick motion

 

mucus (nasal ~) [] nasal ~ nebgebrǽc n

 

mud [] ádela m dirt

 

muddy [] adj gyru

 

municipal [] adj ceasternisc urban

 

munificence [] cyst f, m generosity, lácdǽd f

 

murder [] wv/t1b ámyrðran, wv/t2 ámyrðrian

 

murderous attack [] inwitscear m

 

murky [] not ~ adj ǽmyrce

 

murmur [] wv/t2 ceorian1 complain

 

murmuring [] ceorung f

 

murrain [] yrfcwealm m

music [] glíwdréam m mirth

musical [] adj glíwhléoðriendlic, píplic

 

mutability [] áwendendlicnes f

 

mutter [] wv/t1a ábyffan

 

muzzle [] cæfl m halter, cáma m [L] collar

 

mystery [] ghostly or spiritual ~ gástgerýne2n mystery of the mind; spiritual ~ gágerýne2n; ~ of the mind gástgerýne2n ghostly mystery

 

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n [] name of the rune for ~ níed f

 

nail [] 1. nægl m peg, píl m spike [L pilum];  finger~ nægl m; knife for cutting the ~s næglsex n; toe~ nægl m; 2. wv/t2 næglian1 fasten with nails; 3. with ~ed sides adj nægledbord2

 

naked [] adj nacod, nacud nude

 

nakedness [] nacod f, nacud f, næcednes f, næcedu f

 

name [] 1. nama m, nemning f; register of ~s nambóc f; register of ~s (on a tablet) nambred n; 2. wv/t1b nemnan1 name, wv/t2 nemnian1call, wv/t2 namian1; wv/t2 namnian invoke; wv/t1b cíegan call; 3. by ~ adv namcúðlíce individually, nammǽlum

 

naming [] 1. adj nemniendlic, nemnigendlic nominative; 2. namcyging f, namrǽden f

 

narration [] cýðing f statement

 

narrative [] insiht f

 

narrow [] 1. adj nearu constricted; 2. ~ly adv nearolíce closely; nearwe strictly

 

nasal mucus [] nebgebrǽc n

 

nation [] léodscearu f nation; léodscipe m people; ingeþéod2f; neighboring ~ néahþéod f

 

native [] 1. adj inboren indigenous, inlende, inlendisc indigenous, inlic; 2. inbyrdling m; inlenda m; landbúend m inhabitant, langágend m; ~ force landhere m; ~ wine líð n cider; ~ race ingefolc n

 

natural [] 1. adj cwiðenlic; geæðele suitable; 2. ~ successor yrfehand f

 

nature [] æðeluf, n; evil ~ inwitgecynd n; good-~ glædnes f

 

naught [] noun w.g. nánwiht, nánwuht, nánuht nothing; náht f nothing

 

naval force [] æschere m

 

nave (of a wheel) [] nafeða m, nafu f

 

navel [] nafela m, nafulsceaft f

 

Nazarene [] adj Nazarenisc

 

neap tide [] népflód m low tide

 

near [] 1. prep w.d. néah close to, prep w.d.a. ymbe (of place) around, prep w.d., rarely a. æt (local) by; prep w.d., rarely a. æt (temporal) on; placed ~ prep? w.d. néahgangol; 2. adv néah nigh, [cmp néar; spl níehst] , néalíce; néan, néar, æt at, ymbe; ~er and nearer néar and near; from ~ by néan; 3. adj néah close, néalic neighboring; [cmp néara; spl níehsta]; gearwe [cmp gear(w)or, spl gear(w)ost]; most ~ly níehst in closest proximity; 4. be ~ irreg wv/t1b w.d. néalǽcan; come or draw ~ irreg wv/t1b w.d. néalǽcan approach

 

nearer [] 1. adj néara, néarra latter [cmp of néah]; 2. néar [cmp of néah]

 

nearest [] adj níehst next

 

nearly [] adv néan about, néalíce about, ábútan about, lýtesná, lýtesne, lýtestne almost, néah almost; cmp néar; spl níehst

 

nearness [] néahnes f neighborhood, néawest f, m, néawist f, m neighborhood; néawung f

 

neatly [] adv cyrtelíce fairly, cyrtenlíce elegantly

 

necessarily [] adv níede, níedes compulsorily, níedenga, níedunga forcibly

 

necessary [] 1. adj níedþearflic useful, néodþearflic, níedbehǽfdlic, níedbehof, níedbehoflic, níedþearf, nýdlic; níedbehéfe needful; 2. ~ly adv níedþearflíce; 3. moral ~ níedscyld f; what is ~ níed f; 4. be ~ wv/t2 impers. w.g. néodian1be required

 

necessity [] 1. níed f need, níedbehǽfednes f, níedþearf f need, níedþearfnes f need, nýdnes f; néadwísnes f; néadclamm n extremity; unavoidable ~ néadnéod f; 2. impose ~ wv/t2 geþearfian; 3. of ~ adv néadwís

 

neck (muscles of the ~?) [] geweald n

 

necromancy [] lícwíglung f

 

need [] 1. níed f necessity, níedþearf f necessity, níedþearfnes f necessity; gád1n want, næft f want; dire ~ nearoþearf f; urgent ~ nearonéd f; 2. of ~ adv níede, níedes necessarily; ~s níede, níedes compulsorily

 

needed [] thing ~ níedþearf f want

 

needful [] adj néadwís fitting; níedbehéfe necessary, níedful

 

needing attention [] 1. adj ymbhýdig to be observed; 2. adv ymbhýdiglíce

 

needle [] nǽdl f

 

neglect [] wv/t1b ágǽlan

 

neglectful [] adj ágímeléasod careless

 

negligent (of the mind) [] adj capiende indolent

 

neighbor [] níehsta1m, (-e f), néahbúend m, landgemaca m, ymbsittend m, néahgebúr m, néahgebýren f, néahgebýrild m, néahgehúsa m, néahmann m; ~s cýðð f, cýððu f fellowcountrymen

 

neighborhood [] néahdǽl m, néahland n, néahnes f nearness, néahstów f place near, néawest f, m, néawist f, m nearness

 

neighboring [] 1. adj néalic near, ymbgesett, ymbgeseten, ymbsett; 2. ~ly adv néalíce

 

neither [] 1. adj náhwæðer; 2. conj ne; ~nor conj ná…ná

 

neophyte [] níwcumen m newcomer

 

nephew [] nefa1m

 

nerve [] ǽdre f sinew

 

ness [] næss m, næssa m cliff

 

nest [] 1. nest n; 2. build ~s wvt1b nistan, wv/t2 nistian, wv/t1b nistlan, wv/t2 nistlian; make a ~ wv/t2 nestlian

 

net [] nett n netting; ~ of malice inwitnett n

 

netting [] nett n net

 

nettle [] netel f, netele f

 

network [] nett n net

 

never [] adv nǽfre, ná, náhwǽr, náhwǽrn in no case, náwa, ne ǽfre, ǽfre ne [see nǽfre]

 

nevertheless [] conj náþýlǽs, ac however

 

new [] 1. adj níwe recent; 2. ~ly adv níwan lately

 

newborn [] adj níwcend

 

newcomer [] nífara m stranger; níwcumen m neophyte

 

news [] ǽrende n tidings

 

next [] 1. adj níehst nearest, æfterra following; 2. adv æt níehstan at last3. ~ to prep w.d., rarely a. æt (local) before

 

ng [] name of the rune for ~ ing m

niece [] nefene f, nift f

niggardly [] adj gnéað

 

nigh [] 1. adj néah close; cmp néara; spl níehsta; 2. adv néah near; cmp néar; spl níehst

 

night [] 1. niht f darkness; ~’s sleep nihtslǽp m; ~fall ǽfenrepsung f; ~ sacrifice or services nihtgild n; ~ season nihternnes f; number of ~s nihtgerím2n; shades of ~ nihtscúa2m; 2. that can see at ~ adj nihtéage; 3. adv ~ly nihterne; all ~ long andlangne niht; by ~ nihterne, nihtes; during a ~ nihterne

 

night-goer [] nihtgenga2m goblin

 

nightingale [] nihtegale f

 

nightjar [] nihtegale f

 

nightmare [] ælfádl f

 

night-prowler [] nihtgenge f hyena

 

nightshade (plant) [] nihtscada n, ælfþone f

 

nine [] 1. num nigon; ordinal nigoða; 2. adj ~ days old nigonnihte; ~ years old nigonwintre; ~-fold nigonfeald

 

nineteen [] 1. num nigontíene; ordinal adj nigontéoða; 2. adj ~th nigontéoða; containing the number ~ nigontýnlic

 

ninety [] 1. num nigontig; ordinal adj nigontéoða; 2. adj ~th nigontéoða

 

ninth [] 1. adj nigoða; ~ part nigoða; 2. ~ly adv nigoðe

 

no [] 1. pron nán none; 2. noun w.g. nǽnig; 3. adj nán, nǽnig; 4. adv ná, ne, nese; ~ more ná má; 5. say ‘~’ wv/t1a niccan refuse

 

no one [] 1. noun w.g. nán nothing; 2pron nǽnig

 

no? [] interrog part. ac (the interrogative non, expecting an affirmative answer); in an indirect interrogation, if not, whether not

 

nobility [] æðeluf, n family, æðnesf excellence

 

noble [] 1. adj æðele aristocratic, æðellic excellent; indryhten distinguished; of ~ birth æðelcund; 2. ~ly adv æðellíce; 3. ~ king (Christ) æðelcyning m; ~ qualities æðeluf, n talents; ~ retinue æðelduguð f; ~ star æðeltungol2n; ~man æðeling m man of royal blood; ~ness æðelcundnes f

 

nocturnal terror [] nihtegesa m

 

noise [] 1. cearm m; clatrung f clattering, prass m tumult; 2. make a ~ wv/t2 cloccian cluck

 

nominate [] wv/t1b nemnan, wv/t2 nemnian; wv/t2 namian1 appoint, wv/t1a cennan1 choose out

 

nominative [] adj nemniendlic, nemnigendlic naming

 

none [] 1. pron nán not one, nǽnig; 2. adj nán; 3. noun w.g. nán no one

 

nonsense [] loðrung f rubbish

 

nor [] conj ne, nymðe; neither…~ conj ná…ná

 

Norman [] adj Norðmandisc

 

north [] 1. ~ corner norðhyrne f; ~ door norðduru f; 2. ~-along adj norðlang

 

northeast [] 1. adv norðéast; 2. norðéast m; ~ corner norðéasthyrne f; ~ end norðéastende m; 3. adj extending ~wards norðéastlang

 

northern [] 1. adj norðlic; 2. ~ folk norðléode m pl

 

Northumbrian [] adj Norðhymbrisc

 

northward [] adv norðanweard

 

northwest [] adv norðwest

 

nose [] nosu f, nebb n; ~-cartilage nosugrisle f; ~-gristle nosugrisle f

 

nose-gristle [] næsgristle f

 

nostril [] næsþyrl n, nosþirl n, nosþyrl n, nosþyrel n, nosterl n

 

not [] 1. adv ná, ne, náht, næs, nealles not at all, náteshwón, náteþæshwón not at all; ~ at all náht, náhwǽr, náhwǽrn  never, náhwanon, ná, nǽnige þinga, næs not, nánwiht, nánwuht, nánuht in no wise, náteshwón, náteþæshwón by no means; ~ even ná; ~ only ná þæt án; 2. ~ to have irreg v/t nágan not own

 

not any [] pron nǽnig

 

not at all [] adv nealles by no means

 

not I [] adv nic, nicc (= no)

 

not one [] 1. pron nán none; 2. adj nán

 

note [] 1. interj lóc/lóca nu; 2. nót m [L nota] mark; 3. wv/t2 genotian

 

noted [] 1. adj æltǽwe; [Goth téwa]; 2. ~ly adv æltǽwelíce

 

nothing [] 1. náþing n, náht f naught; noun w.g. nán none, nánwiht, nánwuht, nánuht naught; ~ more noun ná máre; 2. adv nǽniguht, nǽnigwuht, náhte + comparative adjective; instrumental of náht

 

notorious [] adj ǽbǽre public

 

noun [] nama m; Latin ~ lǽdennama m

 

novel [] adj níwe unheard of

 

now [] adv núna; probably a scribal error for nú ðá; just ~ ǽrost first of all

 

nowadays [] adv núhwílum

 

nowhere [] adv náhwǽr, náwérn; náhwǽrn in no case; from ~ náhwonan; to ~ náhwider nowhither

 

nowhither [] adv náhwider to nowhere

 

noxious [] adj láð loathsome

 

nude [] adj nacod, nacud naked

 

number (great ~s?) [] cræftas m pl

 

number of nights [] nihtgerím2n

 

number of years [] géarrím n

 

nun [] nunfǽmne f

 

nunnery [] nunhíred m

 

nurse [] cildféstre f, cildfóstre f

 

nursing [] adj cildfédende

 

nut [] æcern n mast of trees


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