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faðм [faðam] n.w.n. hug, embrace. [faþmaz (st.m.)]

faðþ
[faþ] n.w.m. husband, mister, sir; Mr. (as a title). [fađiz (st.m.)]

faðʀ [faðar] n.st.m. father. See appdx. v. [fader (st.m.)]

fagʀ
[fagar] adj. fair, beautiful, pretty. [fagra]

falðɴ
[falðan] v.t. to fold. Originally a class 7 verb assimilated into class 6. [falþan]

falɴ
[falan] v.i. to fall. Originally a class 7 verb assimilated into class 6. [fallan]

fan
[fan] n.w.n. fan. [fannaz]

faŋ
[fang] n.w.n. catch, quarry. [from fāhɴ]

far
[far] adj. far. See vīd. [ferrō]

farðþ
[farþ] n.w.f. voyage, travel, trip. [from farn]

farhœ̄ra
[farhøra] n.w.n. telephone.

far·hœ̄rn
[farhøran] v.i. to talk on the telephone.

farh
[farh] n.st.n. pig, swine. Synonyms: svīn. [farhaz (st.m.)]

farn
[farn] v.i. to travel. [faran]

farseƕa
[farsewhwa] n.w.n. television.

far·seƕɴ
[farsewhun] v.i. to watch television. Class 5: conj. like seƕɴ.

farvf
[farf] n.w.n. colour, hue. [farwō]

farvfsteft
[farfsteft] n.w.n. marker.

farvfvestþ
[farfvestþ] n.w.f. dye, colouring. Synonyms: dōg.

fast
[fast] adj.fast, tight. [fastu]

fastɴ
[fastan] v.i. to fast. [fastēn]

fastʀ
[fastar] n.w.f. paternal aunt. See appdx. v.

fastʀgum
[fastargum] n.w.m. paternal aunt’s husband. See appdx. v.

fast·setɴ
[fastsetan] v.t. to set (a bone or break), to make firm, to secure.

fāhɴ
[fáhan] v.t. to get, to catch. Synonyms: getɴ, crīgɴ. [fangōn, fanhan]

fār
[fár] n.st.n. danger. [fēra]

fæðravf [feðraf] n.w.m. paternal uncle. See appdx. v. [fadurjōn (w.m.), fadurwjaz (st.m.)]

fæðravfbrūðþ
[feðrafbrúþ] n.w.f. paternal uncle’s wife. See appdx. v.

fæln [feln] v.t. to fell, to cut down, to knock down.

fæn
[fen] n.w.n. fen, bog, swamp. [fanjam (st.n.)]

færðþ
[ferþ] n.w.f. distance.

færhʌ
[ferhal] n.w.n. piglet.

færsɴ
[ferzan] n.w.f. heifer, young cow. [fars(n)ī (w.f.), farsjō (st.f.)]

færvɴ
[ferven] v.t. to colour, to paint, to stain. Synonyms: māln.

fæstɴ
[festen] v.t. to stick, to get stuck, to fasten. Synonyms: clamrɴ, cleŋɴ.

fǣrlec
[férlek] adj. dangerous. [from fār]

fǣrlīca [férlíka] adv. dangerously. [from fār]

feðrӿ [feðrang] n.w.n. wing. Synonyms: veŋ. [feþarak-]

feðʀ
[feðar] num. four. [feþwōr, feþūr]

feðʀ
[feðar] n.w.n. feather. [feþ(a)rō (st.f.)]

feðʀþ
[fedarþ] adj. fourth.

feðʀtacþ
[feðartakþ] adj. fortieth.

feðʀtag
[feðartag] adj. forty.

feðʀtehɴ
[feðartehan] adj. fourteen.

feðʀtehɴþ
[feðartehanþ] adj. fourteenth.

fefaldra
[fefaldra] n.w.n. butterfly. [fifald(r)ōn (w.f.)]

feg
[feg] n.w.n. fig, ficus. [figa (w.f.) < lat. fica, ficus]

feha
[feha] n.w.n. cattle. [fehu (st.n.)]

fehtɴ
[fehtan] v.t. to fight, to battle. [fehtan]

fehtþ
[fehtþ] n.w.f. fight.

fela
[fela] adj. much, many. See manag, mᵫcʌ. Comp. mǣr, Super. mǣst. [felu]

felðþ
[felþ] n.w.n. field. [felþam (st.n.)]

felhɴ
[felhan] v.t. to urge, to coërce, to convince. [felhan]

felhsamnӿ
[felhsamnang] n.w.f. committee.

felm
[felm] n.w.n. skin, hide; film. See scenþ, hȳðþ. [felmōn (w.m.)]

femb
[fem(b)] num. five. [fumfe, femfe]

femtacþ
[femtakþ] adj. fiftyeth.

femtag
[femtag] num. fifty.

femtehɴ
[femtehan] num. fifteen.

femtehɴþ
[femtehanþ] adj. fifteenth.

femþ
[femþ] adj. fifth.

fenðɴ
[fenðan] v.t. to find. [fenþan]

fensc
[fensk] adj., n.w.n. finnish. [fenni(skaz)]

feŋc
[fenk] n.w.n. finch. [finkiz (st.m.), finkōn (w.m.)]

feŋʀ
[fengar] n.w.n. finger. [fengruz (st.m.) from fangan/fanhan]

feŋʀnagʌ [fengarnagal] n.st.n. fingernail. [feŋʀ + nagʌ]

fesc
[fesk] n.w.n. fish. [fiskaz (st.m.)]

fescvetscap
[feskvetskap] n.w.n. icthyology.

fǣt
[fét] n.w.n. fat, grease, lard. [faitam (st.n.), faitīn (w.f.)]

fǣtag
[fétag] adj. fatty, greasy.

fēvʀsmānðþ
[févarzmanþ] n.w.m. february. See appdx. vi.

fīgɴ
[fígan] v.t. to roast, to bake, to kiln-fire. [feigan]

fīn
[fín] adj. fine, nice, high-quality. [fīna < lat. finitus]

fīn
[fín] v.t. to hate, to despise. See hatɴ, lǣðɴ. [fījēn]

fīnðþ
[fínðþ] n.w.m. fiend, enemy. Synonyms: gram.

fīsɴ
[fízan] v.i. to fart. Synonyms: fretɴ. [feisan]

flac
[flak] n.w.n. lentil. From adjective meaning “flat” (see flah, flat.) Derivations: grœ̄nt flac, rūdat flac, scalmdðat flac. [flaka]

flah
[flah] adj. flat. Synonyms: flat. [flah-, flak-, flat-]

flahɴ
[flahan] v.t. to mistreat, to abuse. [flahan]

flahɴ
[flahan] v.t. to deduce, to extract, to determine. [flahan]

flasca
[flaska] n.st.n. bottle, flask. [flaskō (st.f.)]

flat
[flat] adj. flat. Synonyms: flah. Derivations: hanðþflat. [flah-, flak-, flat-]

flāmsc
[flámsk] adj., n.w.n. flemish, dutch, vlaams.

flætɴ
[fleten] v.t. to flatten.

flehtɴ
[flehtan] v.t. to braid, to plait. [flehtan]

fleŋɴ
[flengan] v.t. to swing (around), to sway, to shake back and forth. [flengan]

flǣsc
[flésk] n.w.n. flesh, (red) meat.  Synonyms: māt. Used only in the sense of red meat and pork. Māt, in turn, refers to all kinds of meat, and indeed food in general, implying, in a standard germanic way of thinking, that all food includes meat. [flaiskam (st.n.)]

flīhɴ
[flíhan] v.t. to adjust, to straighten out, to organize, to arrange, to sort (out). [fleihan]

flītɴ
[flítan] v.i. to compete, to struggle, to vie, to fight. [fleitan]

flōcɴ
[flókan] v.i. to complain, to whine, to bemoan. Strong class 7. [flōkan]

flōgм
[flógam] n.w.n. swarm of insects; flock of birds. [flaugmaz (st.m.)]

flōnɴ
[flónan] v.i. to heat up, to warm up, to warm. Synonyms: værmɴ. [flōanōn]

flōr
[flór] n.w.n. floor, ground. Synonyms: buðм, grunðþ, mulðþ. [flōraz, flōruz (st.m.)]

flōt
[flót] n.w.n. river. [flautaz (st.m.), fl(e)utam (st.n.)]

fluðþ
[fluþ] n.st.n. flood. [flōþuz, flōduz (st.m.), flōdiz (st.f.), flōdam (st.n.)]

flugʌ
[flugal] n.st.n. bird. [f(l)uglaz (st.m.)]

flugʌvetscap
[flugalvetskap] n.w.n. ornithology.

flūtɴ
[flútan] v.i. to float. [flūtjan, flūtōn]

flᵫht
[flyht] n.w.n. flight. In the air. Flight in reference to the verb “flee” is þlȳht. [fluhtiz (st.f.)]

flȳgɴ
[flýgan] v.i. to fly. [fleugan]

flȳtɴ
[flýtan] v.i. to flow. [fleutan]

-fʌ
[-ful] adj.sfx. –ful, full. Added to a nouns to create an adjective. [from ful]

fnarn
[fnarn] v.i. to snort (as a display of aggression). [fnasōn, OE fnǣran]

fnehɴ
[fnehan] v.i. to gasp. [fnehan]

fnȳsɴ
[fnýzan] v.i. to sneeze. [fneusan]

fōðþ
[fód] n.st.n. food. [fōduz (?)]

fōh
[fóh] n.st.n. few.

fōh
[fóh] adj. few. Comp. fœ̄hʀ, Sup. fœ̄h(a)st. [fauha]

fōt
[fót] n.st.n. foot. [fōtuz (st.m.)]

fœ̄dɴ
[fødan] v.t. to feed. [fōdjan]

fœ̄hʀ
[føhar] adj. fewer. Comparative of fōh.

fœ̄hast
[føhast] adj. fewest. Superlative of fōh.

fœ̄hst
[føhst] adj. =fœ̄hast.

fœ̄ln
[føln] v.t. to feel. [fōljan]

fraðþ
[fraþ] n.w.n. understanding, knowledge. [fraþaz (st.m.), fraþīn (w.f.)]

fransc
[fransk] adj. french. [frankōn]

fransca
[franska] n.w.n. french. [frankiskōn]

frat
[frat] n.w.n. fart, flatulence. [fertiz, furtiz]

fraðɴ
[fraðan] v.t. to understand, to comprehend. See cunɴ. [fraþjan]

frāga
[frága] n.w.f. question. [frēgōn]

frāgabōcɴ
[frágabókan] n.w.n. question mark.

frātʀ
[frátar] adj. unruly, untoward, recalcitrant, uncoöperative. [frētra]

frǣstɴ
[fréstan] v.t. to try, to attempt. Weak verb assimilated into class 7. [frais(t)jan]

freca [freka] n.w.m. wolf. [frekōn (w.m.)]

frecɴ
[frekan] n.w.n. freckle. [freknam (st.n.)]

fregɴ
[fregan] v.t. to ask (a question). Note the insertion of –n in the present singular. [freg(n)an]

frelvestþ
[frelvestþ] n.w.f. beryllium (Be). [grk. βερυλλος]

fren
[fren] adj. old, ancient; not new. Refers to an object (usually) which is considered old or ancient. Alðþ, in turn, refers to the age of people, while gamʌ refers not so much to something that is old, but something that is not new. Synonyms: alðþ, gamʌ. [ferna]

frenvetscap
[frenvetskap] n.w.n. archæology.

fresc
[fresk] adj. fresh, new. [friska]

fretɴ
[fretan] v.i. to fart. Also fīsɴ. [fert(j)an]

frew
[frew] n.w.n. seed. Synonyms: āhʌ, crun, sāðþ. [fraiwam (st.n.)]

frēg
[frég] pfx. related to friday. This may be prefixed to various time markers, e.g. frēgæftʀmedʌdag = friday afternoon, frēgunðrɴ = friday at noon, &c. [frija(þwō) (st.f.)]

frēgdag
[frégdag] n.w.m. friday.

frīðþ [fríþ] n.w.f. peace, tranquility. [friþuz (st.m.)]

frīg
[fríg] adj. free. [frīja]

frīgɴ
[frígan] v.t. to free, to liberate.

frīgvelag
[frígvelag] adj. voluntary.

frīgvelega
[frígvelega] adv. voluntarily.

frīnðþ
[frínþ] n.w.m. male family member. [frījōnd (st.m.)]

frīnðena
[frínðena] n.w.f. female family member. See frīnðþ.

frм
[fram] prp. from. [fram]

frœ̄ðnɴ
[frøðnan] v.t. to jell, to set up, to coägulate. [from fraujan (to freeze)]

frœ̄ðþ
[frøþ] n.w.f. gelatin, gel.

fruc
[fruk] n.w.n. fork. Synonyms: aʒʌ. [furka (w.f.) < lat. furca]

fruh
[fruh] n.w.n. fir, pine. Synonyms: fȳht. [furhō (st.f.)]

fruht
[fruht] n.w.n. fright, fear. Synonyms: hrāðþ, scræcɴ. [furhtīn, furhtōn (st.f.)]

fruƕɴ
[fruhun] n.w.n. trench, furrow. [furhō (st.f.)]

frun
[frun] n.st.m. penis. Synonyms: mast. [furniz (st.m.)]

frusc
[frusk] n.w.n. frog. Derivations: scelðþfrusc. [fru(þ)skaz (st.m.)]

frust
[frust] n.w.n. frost. [frustaz (st.m.)]

frū
[frú] n.w.f. woman, wife; Ms. (as a title). Synonyms: qān, vīvf, brūðþ. [frōwōn (w.f.)]

frᵫhtɴ
[fryhten] v.t. to fear, to be afraid of. [fruhtjan]

frȳðɴ
[frýðan] v.i. to froth, to bubble, to foam. [freuþan]

frȳsɴ
[frýzan] v.i. to freeze. [freusan]

[far] prp. for. [fōri, furi; far-]

fʀetɴ
[faretan] v.t. to overeat. Class 5: conj. like etɴ.

fʀǣtrɴ
[farétran] v.t. to poison.

fʀbȳðɴ
[farbýðan] v.t. to forbid. Class 2: conj. like bȳðɴ.

fʀdreŋcɴ
[fardrenkan] v.t. to drown. Class 3: conj. like dreŋcɴ. Synonyms: tʀdreŋcnasc. Fʀdreŋcɴ is the act of drowning (someone or something), while tʀdreŋcnasc is the act of being drownd. “To drown oneself” is therefore fʀdreŋcnasc (see).
Hī ent lag fōl iah tʀdraŋcsc. He fell in the lake and drowned.
Sī hen ent lag scōvf iah fʀdraŋc hen. She pushed him in the lake and drowned him.
Hī ent lag spraŋ iah fʀdraŋcsc. He jumped into the lake and drowned himself.


fʀdreŋcnasc (fʀdreŋcɴ sec)
[fardrenknask (fardrenkan sek)] v.r. to drown oneself. See fʀdreŋcɴ.

fʀgærvɴ
[fargerven] v.t. to kill, to slay, to “do in”.

fʀgetɴ
[fargetan] v.t. to forget. Class 5: conj. like getɴ.

fʀhuŋrɴ
[farhungran] v.t. to starve. Intransitive form is tʀhuŋrɴ.

fʀmesɴ
[farmesan] v.t. to miss, to pine for.

fʀspanɴ
[farspanan] v.t. to tempt. [farspanan]

fʀsprecɴ
[farsprekan] v.t. to promise. Class 3: conj. like sprecɴ.

fʀtreʒɴ
[fartrewgun] v.t. to trust.

fʀtreʒx
[fartrewgung] n.w.f. trust.

fucs
[fuks] n.st.n. fox. [fuhsaz (st.m.)]

ful
[ful] adj. full. See –fʌ. [fulla]

fulc
[fulk] n.st.n. folk, people, race. See þȳðþ. [fulkam (st.n.)]

fulcclǣðʀ
[fulkkléðar] n.x.np. folk dress, folk costume.

fulcsaŋʒ
[fulksangg] n.st.n. folk music, folk song.

fulgɴ
[fulgan] v.t. to follow. [fulgēn]

fūht
[fúht] adj. mildewy, smelly, rank, squallid. [funhta]

fūl
[fúl] adj. foul, filthy, dirty. [fūla]

fūl
[fúl] n.w.n. colt, foal. See cult. [fūlōn (w.m.)]

fūr
[fúr] prp. before, in front of. [fōr, fura]

fūrama
[fúrama] n.st.f. paternal great-grandmother. See appdx. v.

fūran
[fúran] n.st.m. maternal great-grandfather. See appdx. v.

fūrana
[fúrana] n.st.f. maternal great-grandmother. See appdx. v.

fūravf
[fúraf] n.st.m. paternal great-grandfather. See appdx. v.

fūrāvɴþ
[fúrávanþ] n.w.n. late afternoon, 15:00 – 18:00. See appdx. vi.

fūrævʀ
[fúrevar] n.st.pl. great-grandparents. Plural of fūrāvf, used as a collective term for great-grandparents. See appdx. v.

fūrbī
[fúrbí] adv. past, by.

fūr·qeðɴ
[fúrkweðan] v.t. to foretell, to prophesy, to predict.

fūrqeða [fúrkweða] n.w.m. prophet, seer.

fūrqeðastra
[fúrkweðastra] n.w.f. prophetess, seeress.

fūr·qumɴ
[fúrkuman] v.i. to happen, to occur. Class 4: conj. like qumɴ. Synonyms: bascehɴ, scehɴ, tīmɴ.
Ƕat’þ þīr fūrqumɴ? What happened to you?

fūrðra
[fúrðra] adv. ahead, foreward(s). Synonyms: fūrverðþ.

fūrfastʀ [fúrfastar] n.w.f. maternal great-aunt. See appdx. v.

fūrfastʀgum
[fúrfastargum] n.w.m. maternal great-uncle, maternal great-aunt’s husband. See appdx. v.

fūrfæðravf [fúrfeðraf] n.w.m. paternal great-uncle. See appdx. v.

fūrfæðravfbrūðþ
[fúrfeðrafbrúþ] n.w.f. paternal great-aunt, paternal great-uncle’s wife. See appdx. v.

fūrgaŋ
[fúrgang] n.st.n. precursor; preämble, introduction, foreword.

fūrgestʀ
[fúrgestar] adj. penultimate, next-to-last.

fūrgestʀdag
[fúrgestardag] adv. the day before yesterday, two days ago. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀiār
[fúrgestarjár] adv. the year before last, two years ago. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀmānðþ
[fúrgestarmánþ] adv. the month before last, two months ago. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀmurgɴ
[fúrgestarmurgan] adv. the morning of the day before yesterday. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀhærfst
[fúrgestarherfst] adv. the autumn/fall before last. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀnaht
[fúrgestarnaht] adv. the night before last, two nights ago. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀnāvɴþ
[fúrgestarnávanþ] adv. the evening before last. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀnæftʀmedʌdag
[fúrgestarneftarmedaldag] adv. the afternoon of the day before yesterday. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀsumʀ
[fúrgestarsumar] adv. the summer before last. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀnunðrɴ
[fúrgesternunðran] adv. noon of the day before yesterday. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀvar
[fúrgestarvar] adv. the spring before last. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀveca
[fúrgestarveka] adv. the week before last, two weeks ago. See appdx. vi.

fūrgestʀventʀ
[fúrgestarventar] adv. the winter before last. See appdx. vi.

fūrhærfst
[fúrherfst] n.w.n. september; virgo. The period between the sun entering the sign of virgo and the autumnal equinox, approximately august 23rd through september 22nd. September in the pre-gregorian calendar. See appdx. vi.

fūrieʒʌ
[fúrjewgul] n.w.n. december; sagittarius. Traditionally ventʀmānðþ. The period between the sun entering the sign of sagittarius and the winter solstice, approximately november 20th through december 21st. December in the pre-gregorian calendar. See appdx. vi.

fūr·lagɴ
[fúrlagan] v.t. to plan, to prepare. [fūr + lagɴ]

fūrlenðþ
[fúrlenþ] n.w.n. june; gemini. Traditionally heʒmānðþ. The period between the sun entering the sign of gemini and the summer solstice, approximately may 21st through june 21st. June in the pre-gregorian calendar. See appdx. vi.

fūrmedʌdag
[fúrmedaldag] n.w.m. late morning; 9:00am – 12:00pm. Synonyms: fūrunðrɴ. See appdx. vi.

fūrmūstʀ
[fúrmustar] n.w.f. paternal great-aunt. See appdx. v.

fūrmūstʀgum
[fúrmustargum] n.w.m. paternal great-uncle, paternal great-aunt’s husband. See appdx. v.

fūrn
[fúrn] prp. from the front, from before, forth. [foran]

fūrnam
[fúrnam] n.w.n. first name, given name. [fūr + nam]

fūrōhǣm
[fúróhém] n.w.m. maternal great-uncle. See appdx. v.

fūrōhǣmbrūðþ
[fúróhémbrúd] n.w.f. maternal great-aunt, maternal great-uncle’s wife. See appdx. v.

fūrōstʀ
[fúróstar] n.w.n. march; pisces. Traditionally blīðþmānðþ. The period between the sun entering the sign of pisces and the vernal equinox, approximately february 19th through march 21st. March in the pre-gregorian calendar. See appdx. vi.

fūrseƕx
[fúrsewhung] n.w.f. prophecy.

fūrseƕa
[fúrsewhwa] n.st.m. prophet, oracle, sybill, seeër, one who can foresee the future.

fūrseƕstra [fúrsewhstra] n.st.f. prophet, oracle, sybill, seeër, one who can foresee the future.

fūrþemʀ [fúrþemar] n.w.n. night just before daybreak, pre-dawn; 3:00am – 6:00am. Synonyms: ūht. See appdx. vi.

fūrunðrɴ
[fúrunðran] n.w.n. late morning; 9:00am – 12:00pm. Also fūrmedʌdag. See appdx. vi.

fūrverðþ
[fúrverþ] adv. forward(s). Synonyms: fūrðra.

fūrverðþ
[fúrverþ] adj. forward.

fūþarc
[fúþark] n.w.n. futharc. [runic: ᚠᚢᚦᚨᚱᚲ]

fᵫcsena
[fyksena] n.w.f. vixen, fox.

fᵫcsʌ
[fuksal] n.w.n. kit, baby fox. Synonyms: fᵫcsʌceðþ.

fᵫcsʌceðþ
[fyksalkeþ] n.w.n. =fᵫcsʌ.

fᵫln
[fyln] v.t. to fill. [fuljan]

fᵫrst
[fyrst] adj. first. [furistō]

fȳcɴ
[fýkan] v.i. to fly up. As in sparks, dust, snow, spray, etc. [feukan]

fūcst
[fúkst] n.w.n. fist. [fu(n)hstiz (st.f.)]

fȳht
[fýht] n.w.f. spruce, fir. Synonyms: fruh.

fȳlðþ
[fýlþ] n.w.f. filth. [fūliþō]

fȳlðþcrȳpa
[fýlþkrýpa] n.w.n. roach, cockroach.

fȳr
[fýr] n.w.n. fire. [fū(i)r, fōn (w.n.)]