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a ā æ ǣ b c q d ð e ē f g ʒ h ƕ ı ī i l ʌ m м n ɴ ŋ ӿ o ō œ œ̄ p r ʀ s t þ u ū ȳ v w

æb [eb] n.w.n. ebbtide. [abjōn (st.m.)]

æbɴ [eban] v.i. to ebb, to slacken. [abjan]

æqarn [ewkwarn] n.w.n. acorn. [aikwernōn (w.m.)]

æqarnmūs [ewkwarnmús] n.st.f. squirrel. Literally “acorn-mouse”. [æqarn + mūs]

æqsɴ [ewksen] v.t. to chop, to cut, to “axe.” From aqs. [akwesijan]

æftʀ [eftar] prp. after. [aft(eri)]

æftʀhærfst [eftarherfst] n.w.n. october; libra. Also traditionally hǣlagmānðþ. The period between the autumnal equinox and the sun entering the sign of scorpio, approximately september 23rd through october 22nd. October in the pre-georgian calendar. See appdx. vi. [æftʀ + hærfst]

æftʀieʒʌ [eftarjewgul] n.w.n. january; capricornus. Also ieʒʌ. The period between the winter solstice and the sun entering the sign of aquarius, approximately december 21st through january 20th. January in the pre-gregorian calendar. See appdx. vi. [æftʀ + ieʒʌ]

æftʀlenðþ [eftarlenþ] n.w.n. july; cancer. Also lenðþ. The period between the summer solstice and the sun entering the sign of leo, approximately june 21st through july 22nd. July in the pre-gregorian calendar. See appdx. vi. [æftʀ + lenðþ]

æftʀmeðʌdag [eftarmeðaldag] n.w.m. afternoon. Also æftʀunðrɴ. See appdx. vi. [æftʀ + meðʌ + dag]

æftʀnam [eftarnam] n.w.n. surname.  An n-class noun; declines like nam. [æftʀ + nam]

æftʀōstʀ [eftaróstar] n.w.n. april; aries. Also ōstʀ. The period between the vernal equinox and the sun entering the sign of taurus, approximately march 21st through april 20th. April in the pre-gregorian calendar. See appdx. vi. [æftʀ + ōstʀ]

æftʀþaht [eftarþaht] n.w.n. afterthought. [æftʀ + þaht]

æftʀunðrɴ [eftarunðran] n.w.m. afternoon. Also æftʀmedʌdag. See appdx. vi. [æftʀ + unðrɴ]

æg [eg] n.w.n. edge. [agjō (st.f.)]

ægɴ [egan] v.t. to frighten, to awe. See scræcɴ, þlacsɴ, œ̄gnɴ. [agjan]

æʒ [ewg] n.st.f. ewe. Also scǣpena. [awiz (st.f), ON ær]

æla- [ela-] pfx. elsewhere, other. [alja < IE aljo]

ælalænðag [elalenðag] adj. foreign. [æla + lanðþ +ag]

ælcanðʀ [elkanðar] adv. each other, to each other. [contraxion of æwlecanðʀ]

ælðast [elðast] sup. adj. oldest, eldest. Sup. of alðþ. [alþista]

ælðʀ [elðar] comp. adj. older, elder. Comp. of alðþ. [alþizō]

ælðrӿ [elðrang] n.w.m. aunt or uncle. Usually used in the plural, ælðrӿʀ, to refer to aunts and uncles in a collective manner. See appdx. v. [ælðʀ + ӿ]

æleftag [eleftag] adj. one hundred ten. While this may also be ent hund tehɴ, this word, literally translating as “eleventy,” is still in common usage, as are tehɴtag (“tenty”) and tvæleftag (“twelfty”), harkening back to a partial duodecimal system.

ælefþ [elefþ] adj. eleventh.

ælevf [elef] adj. eleven. [ainalibi]

æln [eln] n.w.n. forearm. [alinō (st.f.)]

æln [eln] n.w.n. A unit of measure a little longer than one foot, technically one-third of a metre (333.3mm or 13 inches). [alinō (st.f.)]

ælnbugɴ [elnbugan] n.w.n. elbow. [æln + bugɴ]

ælvena [elvena] n.w.f. elf. See alvf.

ænd [end] n.w.n. end, finish. [andjaz (st.m.)]

ændɴ [endan] v.t. to end, to finish, to cease.

ændӿ [endang] n.w.f. ending, finish.

ænðþ [enþ] cjx. and, futhermore. Synonyms: ōc, jah. [andi, anþi]

ænðþ- [enþ-] pfx. an-, a-, anti-, contra-, against. An inseparable præfix. [anþi- < IE antí]

ænðþ [enþ] n.st.n. duck. See ænðena, ænðʌ. [anidiz (st.f.)]

ænðena [enðena] n.w.f. duck.

ænðʌ [enðal] n.w.n. duckling.

ænðrӿ
[enðreng] n.w.f. change. [anðʀ + ӿ, anþaringaz (st.m.)]

ænӿclena [enanklena] n.w.f. granddaughter. See appdx. v.

ænӿclenagum [enanklenagum] n.w.m. grandson-in-law, granddaughter’s husband. See appdx. v.

ænӿ[enankal] n.w.n. grandchild. See appdx. v.

ænӿ[enankal] n.w.m. grandson. See appdx. v. [aninkilaz (st.m.)]

ænӿcʌbrūðþ [enankalbrúþ] n.w.f. granddaughter-in-law, grandson’s wife. See appdx. v.

ænӿcʌbrūðþgum [enankalbrúþgun] n.w.m. grandson-in-law. See appdx. v.

ænӿcʌduhtʀ [enankalduhtar] n.st.f. granddaughter. See appdx. v.

ænӿcʌneftena [enankalneftena] n.w.f. maternal grandniece. See appdx. v.

ænӿcʌnevf [enankalnef] n.w.m. paternal grandnephew. See appdx. v.

ænӿcʌnevna [enankalnev(e)na] n.w.f. paternal grandniece. See appdx. v.

ænӿcʌnevɴ [enankalnevan] n.w.m. maternal grandnephew. See appdx. v.

ænӿcʌsun [enankalsun] n.st.m. grandson. See appdx. v.

ænt ind.art. a, an, one. Neuter nominative or accusative singular indefinite article. See ǣn.

ænþverpɴ [enþverpan] v.t. to design, to sketch. Class 3: conj. like verpɴ. [anþi-werpan]

ænþæt [enþet] cjx. and that. Contraxion. Also written - see appdx iv. [ænðþ + þæt]

ænþlaŋ [enþlang] adv. along, beside.

ænþsvar [enþsvar] n.w.n. answer. [anþi-swaraz]

ænþsværn [enþsver(a)n] v.t. to answer. [anþi-swarjan]

ænþtīhɴ [enþtíhan] v.t. to forgive. [anþi-teihan]

ænþtīhx [enþtíhang] n.w.n. forgiveness.

æŋʒɴ [engun] v.i. to narrow, to become narrow. See þræŋɴ. [angwjan]

æprelsmānðþ [eprelsmánþ] n.w.m. april. See appdx. vi.

ærðþ [erþ] n.w.n. kind, sort. See cᵫnðþ, vīs. [ardiz (st.m/f.)]

ærvæt [ervet] n.w.n. pea. Derivatives: erðþærvæt. [arw(a)it(s) (w.f.)]

ærvf [erf] n.w.n. inheritance. [arbjam (st.n.)]

ærvɴ [erven] v.t. to inherit. [arbjan]

ærvnena [ervnena] n.w.f. orphan.

ærvnɴ [ervnan] v.t. to orphan, to make an orphan of.

æslena [eslena] n.w.f. jenny, mare ass.

æsʌ [esal] n.w.m. jack(ass), male ass. [asiluz (st.m.)]

æsʌcɴ [esalkan] n.w.n. young ass, jackling, jennet.

ævrӿ [evrang] n.w.m. great aunts or great uncles. Usually used in the plural, ævrӿʀ, to refer to great aunts and great uncles in a collective manner. See appdx. v.

ævʀ [evar] n.st.pl. grandparents. Plural of avf, used as a collective term for grandparents. See appdx. v.

æw [ew] adv. ever; forever, always. [aiw]

æw þā [ew þá] adv. even as, at the same time as.

æwag [ewag] adj. eternal, everlasting.

æwagnes [ewagnes] n.w.n. eternity, forever.

æwlec [ewlek] adj. each, every. [æw + līc]

æwlecanðʀ [ewlekanðar] adv. =ælcanðʀ. Archaic.

æwlecǣnʀ [ewlekénar] prn. =æwlecƕer.

æwlecƕan [ewlekhwan] adv. every time.

æwlecƕar [ewlekhwar] adv. everywhere.

æwlecƕat [ewlekhwat] prn. everything.

æwlecƕer [ewlekhwer] prn. everybody, everyone. Declines like ƕer. Synonyms: æwlecman.

æwlecman [ewlekman] prn. =æwlecƕer.

a ā æ ǣ b c q d ð e ē f g ʒ h ƕ ı ī i l ʌ m м n ɴ ŋ ӿ o ō œ œ̄ p r ʀ s t þ u ū ȳ v w