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caqa [kawkwa] n.w.n. cocoa. [from Nahuatl cacua]

caqastūvf [kawkwastúf] n.w.n. cocoa powder. [caqa + stūvf]

caɧ [kawh] n.w.n. coffee. [from Arabic qahwah]

caɧbōn [kawhbón] n.st.n. coffee bean, espresso bean. [caɧ + bōn]

caɧmelū [kawhmelú] n.w.n. ground coffee. [caɧ + melū]

calðþ [kalþ] adj.st. cold. [kalda]

caln [kaln] v.t. to chill, to be cold. [kalan] [table]

calvf [kalf] n.st.n. calf. [kalbaz (st.m.)]

camb [kamb] n.st.n. comb. [kam(b)az (st.m.)]

cap [kap] n.w.n. cape, cloak. [kappa (w.f.)< lat. cappa]

car [kar] n.w.n. tub, vessel, cauldron. [karam, kazam (st.n.)]

castɴ [kastan] v.t. to cast, to throw. Synonyms: sleŋʒɴ, smītɴ, verpɴ. [kastōn]

cat [kat] n.st.n. cat. Synonyms: cætena, cætcɴ. Derivations: þūscat. [katta (w.f.), katte (w.m.)]

catalānesc [katalánesk] adj., n.w.n. catalan. [from Catalan]

catʀ [katar] n.w.m. tomcat. Synonyms: cat.

cælða [kelda] n.w.f. cold, coldness. Synonyms: cæltþ. [kaldīn (w.f.)]

cælðag [keldag] adj. cold, chilly, brisk. See synonyms cōl or sval for usage.

cælðʀ [kelðar] comp. adj. colder. Synonyms: calðþ.

cælðþ [keltþ] n.w.f. cold. Also cælda. [kaldiþō (w.f.)]

cælst [kelst] sup. adj. coldest. Also cælðast. Synonyms: calðþ.

cælvɴ [kelven] v.t. to calve, to give birth (of cattle). [kalbjan]

cæmbɴ [kemben] v.t. to comb. [kam(b)jan] [table]

cætena [ketena] n.w.f. cat. Synonyms: cat.

cætcɴ [ketcen] n.w.n. kitten. Synonyms: cat.

cætʌ [ketal] n.w.n. kettle. [katilaz (st.m.)]

ceðþ [keþ] n.w.n. kid, young goat. Synonyms: gǣt. [kiþjam, kidjam (st.n.)]

celʀ [kelar] n.w.n. cellar, basement. [kellar (w.m.) < lat. cellarium]

cen [ken] n.w.n. jaw, jawbone; chin; lower part of the face. [kinnuz, kennuz (st.f.)]

cenðþ [kenþ] n.w.n. gender, sex. Formerly synonymous with cᵫnðþ, but this specific distinction has developed over the centuries. [kendiz (st.f.), rel. to kunjam]

cenðþ [kenþ] n.w.n. child. Synonyms: barn, cunðþ. Cenðþ and barn refer to children in a general sense, while cunðþ refers specifically to ones own children; e.g. Hata arnþ cᵫnðʀ mīna. [These are my children.] versus Þar arnþ ǣnaga cenðʀ/barnʀ ūp garðna mīnм . [There are some kids in my yard (who may or may not be mine).] Cund can also refer to any progeny in the relation to its progenitor; e.g. Þa wᵫlvena fȳtþ cᵫnðʀ sīna. [The wolf feeds her young.] [kenþam (w.n.)]

cenðþbrūðþgum [kenþbrúdgum] n.w.n. son-in-law or daughter-in-law, child’s spouse. See appdx. v.

cenɴ [kenan] v.t. to know, to be familiar with, to ken. See vetɴ for usage. [kennan, kannjan]

cepalōc [keplóc] n.w.n. onion. [kipu + lauk < lat. cepulla]

cerc [kerk] n.w.n. church. [kirika (w.f.)]

cern [kern] n.w.n. churn. [kernōn (w.m.)]

cernɴ [kernen] v.t. to churn. [kernjōn]

cervɴ [kervan] v.t. to notch, to carve [kerban]

cest [kest] n.w.n. chest, box, case. [kista (w.f.) < lat. cista]

cetlɴ [ketlan] v.t. to tickle. [kitilōn]

cīcɴ [kíkan] v.t. to chop. [keikan]

cīnɴ [kínan] v.i. to germinate, to sprout, to burst forth. [keinan]

claʒ [klawg] n.w.n. claw, talon. [klawō (w.n.)]

claʒɴ [klawgun] v.t. to scratch, to claw, to tear at. Synonyms: gnīpɴ. [klawjan, klawēn]

clam [klam] n.w.n. clam. [klam- (w.n?)]

claŋ [klang] n.st.n. sound, noise. Synonyms: clap, hlūd. [from cleŋɴ]

clap [klap] n.w.n. sound, noise, knock, tap. Synonyms: claŋ, hlūd.

clapɴ [klapan] v.t. to knock, to clap, to make noise. Synonyms: cleŋɴ. [klappōn]

cleʒ [klewg] n.w.n. clew, ball (of yarn, string), wad (of paper, rags). Synonyms: hnᵫcʌ. [kliwjō]

clemɴ [kleman] v.t. to climb, to cleave to. [klim(b)an, klemban]

cleŋɴ [klengan] v.t. to clink, to make noise, to sound. Synonyms: clapɴ. [klengan]

cleŋɴ [klengan] v.i. to cling, to stick. Regular verb assimilated into class 3, but not until after ŋ-deletion was complete; hence the past tense retains ŋ. Synonyms: festɴ, clīvɴ. [klangjan]

clǣðʀ [kléðar] n.w.npl. clothes, clothing. Synonyms: clǣðþ.

clǣðɴ [kléðan] v.t. to clothe, to dress.

clǣðþ [kléþ] n.w.n. cloth. [klaiþam (w.n.)]

clǣg [klég] n.w.n. clay. [klaijaz (st.m.), klaijōn (w.m.)]

clīvɴ [klívan] v.i. to cling, to stick, to cleave. Synonyms: cleŋɴ, festɴ. [kleiban]

clᵫcɴ [klycan] v.t. to clutch, to cling to. [klukkjan]

clȳvɴ [klývan] v.t. to cleave, to split, to divide. [kleuban]

cnavf [knaf] n.w.m. boy. Synonyms: mag. [knabōn]

cneðɴ [kneðan] v.t. to knead. [knedan]

cneʒ [knewg] n.w.n. knee. [knewam (w.n.)]

cneʒɴ [knewgun] v.t. to know (how to do something). See vetɴ for usage. Preterite-present paradigm, though it is not actually a preterite-present verb. [knewwan, knēan]

cneht [kneht] n.w.m. knight, soldier. [knehtaz (st.m.)]

cnīdɴ [knídan] v.t. to hit, to slap. [kneidan] [table]

cnīvf [kníf] n.w.n. knife, blade. [knībaz (st.m.)]

cnōðþ [knóþ] n.st.n. sex, sexual intercourse. [knōdiz (st.f.)]

cnuc [knuk] n.st.n. bone. [knukōn (w.m.)]

cnuðɴ [knuðan] v.t. to tie, to bind, to knot. Class 5 with zero-grade present. [knudan]

cnup [knup] n.st.n. button. [knuppaz (st.m.)]

cnut [knut] n.st.n. knot. [knuttaz (st.m.)]

cnᵫcʌ [knykal] n.w.n. knuckle. [knukilaz (st.m.)]

cnᵫcɴ [knyken] v.t. to knock. [knukjan]

cnᵫpɴ [knypen] v.t. to button, to fasten. [knup(p)jan, from cnup]

cnᵫtɴ [knyten] v.t. to knit. [knuttjan, from cnut]

-cɴ [-ken] sfx. small. Diminutive suffix. Synonyms: –la, lītʌ, smal. [-kīna]

cōcahnuta [kókahnuta] n.w.n. coconut. Etym. is spanish or portuguese.

cōl [kól] adj.st. cool, brisk. See synonyms cældag or sval for usage. [kōlī, kūla]

cōl [kól] n.st.n. edible herb or greens, cabbage. Comp. to crūðþ. [kōliz < lat. caulis]
baʒмcōl, blawcōl, grœ̄ncōl, ƕītbaʒмcōl, ƕītcōl, naʒɴcōl, vatʀcōl

cœ̄lcɴ [kølken] n.w.n. brussel sprout. Usually used (and eaten) in the plural. [cōl + cɴ]

cœ̄pɴ [køpen] v.t. to buy, to purchase. Synonyms: bᵫigɴ. [kaupjan < lat. caupere]

craft [kraft] n.st.n. power, ability, might. [kraftaz (st.m.), kraftiz (st.f.)]

cral [kral] n.w.m. man, guy, dude. Informal. [karilaz, karalaz (st.m.)]

cram [kram] adj. damp, moist. [kramma]

craŋ [krang] adj. sick, ill. Synonyms: sȳc. [kranga]

cratɴ [kratan] v.t. to scratch (an itch), to itch.

creðþ [kreþ] n.w.n. toad. Synonyms: ūq. [kredō (st.f.)]

cræftag [kreftag] adj. powerful, mighty, strong.

cræmðþ [kremþ] n.w.f. moisture, dampness. [krammiþō (w.f.)]

cremɴ [kreman] v.t. to plug, to stopper, to stop up, to bung. [kremman]

crempɴ [krempan] v.t. to join, to hem, to fuse, to put together, to crimp. [krempan]

creŋ [kreng] adj. round, circular. [krenga]

creŋ [kreng] n.w.n. circle, ring. Synonyms: crīt, desc, hreŋ. [krengaz]

crīg [kríg] n.w.n. war, battle. [kreigaz (st.m.)]

crīgɴ [krígan] v.t. to get, to obtain, to acquire. [kreigan]

crīt [krít] n.w.n. circle, ring. Synonyms: creŋ, desc, hreŋ. [kreitaz (st.m.)]

cruc [kruk] n.w.n. crook, bend, hook. Synonyms: bugɴ. [krukam (w.n.)]

crucɴ [krukan] adj. crookèd, bent. Synonyms: crum.

cruðþ [krud] n.w.n. curd. [krudam (w.n.)]

crum [krum] adj. crookèd, bent. Synonyms: crucɴ. [krumma]

crun [krun] n.st.n. corn, grain, seed. Synonyms: āhʌ, frew, sāðþ. Derivations: pepʀcrun, sempcrun. [kurnam (st.n.)]

crūðþ [krúþ] n.st.n. herb, leafy green. Comp. to cōl. Derivatives: bladcrūðþ, dracɴcrūðþ, revfcrūðþ, sempcrūðþ, vrūvɴcrūðþ. [krūþam, krūdam (st.n.)]

crūn [krún] n.w.n. crown, ringlet. [lat. corona]

crᵫðlɴ [kryðlen] v.t. to curdle, to make curdle. [krudil(j)an]

crȳcɴ [krýkan] v.t. to crook, to bend. Synonyms: bȳgɴ. [kreukan]

crȳðɴ [krýðan] v.t. to crowd. [kreudan, krūdan]

crȳ[krúnan] v.t. to crown, to coronate.

crȳnӿ [krúnang] n.w.f. crowning, coronation.

crȳpɴ [krýpan] v.i. to creep, to crawl, to sneak about. Synonyms: sleŋcɴ. [kreupan]

crȳstag [krýstag] adj. crunchy, crispy.

crȳstɴ [krýstan] v.i. to crunch, to make a crunching sound. [kreustan]

cucʀ [kukar] n.w.n. sling, backpack, sachel. Derivations: arƕacucʀ. [kukur- (w.m.)]

cuqa
[kukwa] n.w.n. kitchen. [kukōn < lat. cuquus]

cuqɴ [kukun] v.t. to cook. [kukōn]

cult [kult] n.w.n colt, foal. Synonyms: fūl. [kultam (st.n.)]

-cunðag [-kunðag] adj. sfx. –able.

cunðag [kunðag] adj. able, capable. [kundiga, kunþiga]

-cunðþ [-kunþ] adj. sfx. –ability.

cunðþ [kunþ] n.w.n. ability, power. [from cunɴ]

cunðþ [kunþ] n.st.n offspring, child. See cenðþ for notes. Synonyms: barn, cenðþ. [kundaz (st.m.)]

cunðþvestþ [kundvestþ] n.w.n gene, DNA, genetic material. [cund + vestþ]

cunɴ [kunan] v.i. to be able, can, could. [kunnan]

cunɴ [kunan] v.t. to know how, to understand (a language, a process, &c.) [kunnan]

cunta [kunta] n.st.f. vagina. As with most of the “four-letter” words, this does not have the vulgar connotation that its english cognate has. The english, fascinated with their newfound latin influences, are not typically proud of their germanic ancestors. Synonyms: qeðragaŋ. [kuntōn (st.f.) < IE gʷn̥+t-]

cupʀ [kupar] n.w.n. copper (Cu). [kuppar (w.n.) < lat. cuprum]

cupʀstǣn [kuparstén] n.w.n. malachite. [cupʀ + stǣn]

cus [kus] n.st.n. kiss. [kussaz (st.m.)]

custɴ [kustan] v.t. to taste, to try, to sample. [kustōn]

cūca [kúka] n.w.n. cake. [kōkōn]

cūl [cúl] n.st.n. coal, ember, charcoal. [kūlam (st.n.)]

cūlvestþ [cúlvestþ] n.w.f. carbon (C).

cūmɴ [cúman] n.w.n. caraway, Carum spp. Derivations: sūðɴ cūmɴ. [kuminam (w.n.) < lat. cuminum]

cūs [cús] n.w.n. choice.

cᵫðʌ [cyðal] n.w.m. testicle, bollock. [kudilaz (st.m.)]

cᵫn [kyn] n.w.n. family, kin. [kuniz (st.m.)]

cᵫnðþ [kynþ] n.w.n. kind, sort. Synonyms: ærðþ, vīs. [kuniþō (w.f.)]

cᵫsɴ [kysan] v.t. to kiss. [kus(si)jan]

cȳcʌ [kýkal] n.w.n. chick. [from cȳcɴ]

cȳcɴ [kykan] n.w.n. chicken. [keukinam (st.n.)]

cȳʒɴ [kýwgun] v.t. to chew. [keuwan]

cȳnӿ [kýnang] n.w.m. king. [kuningaz (st.m.)]

cȳnӿena [kýnangena] n.w.f. queen.

cȳnӿdм [kýnangdam] n.w.n. kingdom.

cȳpʀ [kýpar] n.w.f. cyprus. [grk. κύπρος]

cȳrn [kýrn] v.t. to choose. See væln. [keusan]