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daqþ [dawkþ] n.w.f. death. Synonyms: dōða.

dam [dam] n.w.n. dam. [dammaz]

damp [damp] adj. damp. [dampa]

dag [dag] n.st.m. day. [dagaz (st.m.)]

daʒ [dawg] n.st.n. dew. Derivations: sewdaʒ. [dawwam]

daʒɴ [dawgun] v.i. to die. Synonyms: stervɴ. [dawjan] [table]

davɴ [davan] v.i. to be correct, to be suitable, to be right. [daban] [table]

dāðþ [dáþ] n.st.n. deed, act. [dēdiz, rel dōn]

dāl [dál] n.w.n. dale, valley. [dālam, dēliþō]

dæglec [deglek] adj. daily.

dæmpɴ [dempen] v.t. to dampen.

delvɴ [delvan] v.i. to dig, to delve, to unearth. [delban] [table]

desc [desk] n.w.n. dish, plate.

desc [desk] n.w.n. disk, circle, wheel. [diskuz < lat. discus < grk. δισκος]

dǣg [dég] n.w.n. dough. [daigaz]

dǣgag [degag] adj. doughy.

dǣl [dél] n.w.n. share, piece, part. See stᵫc. [dailaz]

dǣln [deln] v.t. to divide, to deal (out), to split (up), to share. Derivations: ūp·dǣln, ūt·dǣln.

dǣlnema [délnema] n.w.m. participant.

dǣl·nemɴ [délneman] v.i. to participate.

dǣlnemӿ [délnemang] n.w.f. participation.

dǣlnemstra [délnemstra] n.w.f. participant.

dīgɴ [dígan] v.t. to knead. Synonyms: cnedɴ. [deigan, dīgan] [table]

dōc [dóc] n.w.n. cloth, napkin, tissue. Synonyms: blæʒ, lacɴ, scōt. [dōkaz]

dōm [dóm] n.w.n. judgement, decree, condemnation, verdict. [dōmaz]

dōða [dóða] n.st.n. death. Synonyms: daqþ. [daudī(n)]

dōðþ [dóþ] adj. dead. [dauda, dauþa]

dōg [dóg] n.w.n. dye, tint. Synonyms: farūvestþ.

dōgʌ [dógal] adj. secret, clandestine. Synonyms: rūn. [daugula]

dōgʌ [dógal] n.w.n. secret. [daugulam]

dōgɴ [dógan] v.t. to dye. [daugan]

dōn [dón] v.t. to do. Synonyms: taʒɴ, gærʒɴ. Denotes an axion rather than an object, whereas taʒɴ indicates the creation of a thing. Gærʒɴ can have both of these meanings, and can be used interchangeably with both dōn and taʒɴ. [dōn] [table]

dōvf [dóf] adj. deaf. [dauba]

dōwurðþ [dówurþ] n.w.n. verb.

dœ̄ðɴ [døðan] v.t. to kill. [daudjan, dauþjan] [table]

dœ̄fþ [døfþ] n.w.f. deafness.

dœ̄glag [døglag] adj. secret, hidden. Synonyms: dōgʌ, rūn.

dœ̄glɴ [døglen] v.t. to hide, to conceal.

dœ̄mɴ [dømen] v.t. to declare, to deem; to pronounce judgement on, to condemn, to doom. From dōm. [dōmjan] [table]

dœ̄mx [dømeng] n.w.f. judgement, decree, decision.

dœ̄vnɴ [døvnen] v.i. to be deaf, to become deaf. [from dōvf]

dœ̄vɴ [døven] v.t. to deafen. [from dōvf]

draca [draka] n.w.m. dragon. [drakōn < grk. δρακονις]

dracɴcrūðþ [drakankrúþ] n.st.n. tarragon.

dracþ [drakþ] n.w.f. draught, pull.

dragɴ [dragan] v.t. to draw, to drag, to pull. [dragan] [table]

dreŋc [drenk] n.w.n. drink, beverage.

dreŋcɴ [drenkan] v.t. to drink. Derivations: fʀdreŋcɴ, tʀdreŋcnasc. [drenkan] [table]

dreŋcx [drenkang] n.w.f. drinking, inebriation, merriment.

drepɴ [drepan] v.t. to meet. See synonym mœ̄tɴ for usage. Class 5 verb assimilated into class 3. [drepan] [table]

meðþ sumƕem drepnasc (drepɴ sec) [meþ sumhwem drepnask (drepan sek)] v.t. to meet (with) someone.

drīt [drít] n.w.n. manure, muck, filth. Synonyms:

drītɴ [drítan] v.t. to shit, to defecate. Synonyms: scītɴ. Derivations: af·drītɴ, ūp·drītɴ. [dreitan] [table]

drīvɴ [drívan] v.t. to drive, to control. [dreiban] [table]

drōm [dróm] n.st.n. dream. [drau(g)ma]

drœ̄mɴ [dróman] v.t. to dream.

drupa [drupa] n.st.n. drop. Derivations: regɴdrupa, tagʀdrupa. [drupōn]

drᵫhtnena [dryhtnena] n.w.f. ruler, lady, mistress. Synonyms:

drᵫhtɴ [dryhtan] n.w.m. ruler, lord, master. [druhtīnaz]

drȳgɴ [drýgan] v.t. to perform, to accomplish, to carry out (a task, &c). [dreugan] [table]

drȳpɴ [drýpan] v.i. to drip. Synonyms: lǣcɴ. [dreupan (drupjan?)] [table]

drȳsɴ [drýzan] v.i. to fall, to plunge, to tumble. [dreusan] [table]

dugɴ [dugan] v.t. to avail, to serve, to be fit for, to be useful. See appdx. ii§6d. [dugan:daug] [table]

duhtʀ [duhtar] n.st.f. daughter. See appdx. v. [duhter]

dul [dul] adj. dull, blunt. [dula]

dum(b) [dum(b)] adj. dumb, silent, mute, unable to speak. [dum(b)az]

dumbɴ [dumban] v.t. to confound, to make speechless.

dumbnɴ [dumbnan] v.i. to be mute.

dur [dur] n.st.n. door. [duram]

dūn [dún] n.w.n. dune, hill.

dūvf [dúf] n.w.f. dove. [dūbaz]

dᵫl [dyl] n.w.n dill, dilly weed, Anethum spp. [duliz, duljaz]

dᵫlpecʌ [dylpekal] n.w.n. dill pickle.

dᵫmpʌ [dympal] n.w.n. dimple. [dumpilaz]

dᵫpɴ [dypan] v.t. to dip. [dupjan] [table]

dȳp [dýp] adj. deep. [deupa]

dȳpþ [dýpþ] n.w.f. depth.

dȳr [dýr] adj. expensive, costly, dear. [deura]

dȳr [dýr] n.w.n. animal, beast, creature. Derivations: jucdȳr, melcdȳr, scōvdȳr, steŋqdȳr. [deuzam]

dȳrvetscap [dýrvetskap] n.w.n. zoology.

dȳvɴ [dývan] v.i. to dive. [deuban] [table]

dvarg [dvarg] n.st.m. dwarf. [dwergaz (st.m.)]

dvār [dvár] adj. dumb, stupid, foolish. [dwēsa]

dvār [dvár] n.w.m. fool, idiot. [dwēsaz]

dveln [dveln] v.i. to stay, to tarry, to wait in a place. [dwelan] [table]

dvelnasc (dveln sec) [dvelnask (dveln sek)] v.r. to dwell, to live. Synonyms: wunɴ.[table]

dvǣrn [dvérn] v.i. to be stupid, to be foolish. [dwēran]

dvīnɴ [dvínan] v.i. to dwindle, to shrink, to diminish; to evaporate. [dweinan]