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ha- [ha-] pfx. this, to-.

hac
[hak] n.w.n. hook. [hak
ōn]

hadag [hadag] adv. today.

haðra
[haðra] adv. hither, to here, here. [hidra]

hafc
[hafk] n.w.n. hawk. [habukaz]

hagʌ
[hagal] n.w.n. hail. [hagalam]

hagʀ
[hagar] n.w.n. grain, kernel. [hagraz]

haʒɴ
[hawgun] v.t. to hew, to cut down. Originally class 7, assimilated into class 6. [hawwan]

hal
[hal] n.w.n. hall, castle. [hallōn]

hal
[hal] n.w.n. tail. Synonyms: tagʌ. [halōn]

halðþ
[halþ] adv. very, quite. Synonyms: bār. [haldō]

halðɴ
[halðan] v.t. to hold. Originally class 7, assimilated into class 6. [haldan]

hals
[hals] n.w.n. neck. Synonyms: hnac. [halsaz]

halvf
[half] n.st.n. half. [halbaz]

halvʀ
[halvar] adv. in half, by halves.

hamʀ
[hamar] n.w.n. hammer, mallet. [hamaraz]

han
[han] adv. now. [by assimilation from þan, ƕan]

han
[han] n.w.m. rooster, cock, chicken. [hanōn]

hanðþ
[hanþ] n.st.n. hand. [handuz]

hanðþflat
[hanþflat] n.w.n. palm (of the hand). [hanðþ + flat]

hanðþ·tǣcnɴ
[hanþtéknan] v.i. to sign, to signal, to gesture. Class X: conj. like tǣcnɴ. [hanðþ + tǣcnɴ]

hanðþtǣcnӿ
[hanþtéknang] n.w.n. sign language. [hanðþ + tǣcnӿ]

hanðþtǣcɴ
[hanþtékan] n.w.n. gesture, hand motion, sign. [hanðþ + tǣcɴ]

hap
[hap] n.st.n. chance, (good) fortune, luck. [hapan]

har
[har] adv. here. [hēr]

har
[har] n.w.n. hare. [hazan]

haran
[haran] adv. on this, hereon, hereupon. [har + an]

harat
[harat] adv. at this, hereat. [har + at]

haravf
[haraf] adv. off of this. [har + avf]

harāna
[harána] adv. without this. [har + āna]

haræft
ʀ [hareftar] adv. after this, hereafter (referring to a time). [har + æftʀ]

harbafūr
[harbafúr] adv. before this (referring to a time). [har + bafūr]

harbī
[harbí] adv. by this, hereby, next to this. [har + ]

harðþ
[harþ] adj. hard (opp. of soft); strict, harsh. Comp.: hærðʀ. Sup.: hærðast, hærst. [harþa]

haren
[haren] adv. hereïn, in this. [har + en]

harfrм
[harfram] adv. herefrom, from this/here. [har + frм]

harfʀ
[harfar] adv. herefor, for this. [har + ]

harfūr
[harfúr] adv. herefore, in front of/before this. [har + fūr]

harg
[harg] n.w.n. a (stone) sacrificial altar. [har(u)gaz]

hargægɴ
[hargegan] adv. against this, hereagainst. [har + gægɴ]

harhenðʀ
[harhenðar] adv. behind this. [har + henðʀ]

harm
[harm] n.w.n. harm, injury, hurt. Synonyms: sǣr, wund. [harmaz]

harmeðlɴ
[harmeðlan] adv. hereamong, among these. [har + meðlɴ]

harmeðþ
[harmeþ] adv. herewith, with this. [har + meðþ]

harmɴ
[harman] v.t. to harm, to injure, to hurt. Synonyms: scāðɴ, smærtɴ, wundɴ.

harм
[harum] adv. hereabout, about/around/concerning this. [har + ]

harnaɧ
[harnawh] adv. hereby, near this. [har + м]

harɴ
[haran] adv. hence, from here. [hēran]

harɴðʀ
[harunðar] adv. hereunder, under/beneath this. [har + ɴðʀ]

harpa
[harpa] n.w.n. harp. Derivations: hultharpa. [harpōn]

hart
[hart] n.w.n. heart.  An n-class noun. [hertam]

hartel
[hartel] adv. hereto, to this. [har + tel]

hartvescɴ
[hartveskan] adv. between these. [har + tvescɴ]

hartvetscap
[hartvetskap] n.w.n. cardiology. [hart + vet + scap]

harþrūh
[harþrúh] adv. herethrough, through this. [har + þrūh]

harūp(an)
[harúp(an)] adv. hereon, hereupon, (up)on this. [har + ūp (+ an)]

harūr
[harúr] adv. from hereout, from (out of) this. [har + ūr]

harᵫvʀ
[haryvar] adv. hereover, over this. [har + ᵫvʀ]

harveðʀ
[harveðar] adv. hereagainst, against/counter to this. [har + veðʀ]

hasʌ
[hasal] n.w.n. hazel. [hasalaz]

hat
[hat] adj. this. [derrived from correlative h- + -at; see þat.]

hat
[hat] n.w.n. hat. [hattuz]

hatɴ
[hatan] v.t. to hate. Synonyms: lǣðɴ, fīn. [hatan]

hatþ
[hatþ] n.w.f. hate.

havɴ
[havan] v.t. to have. May be used as a possessive or auxiliary verb, as opposed to ǣgɴ, which can only be used as a possessive. [haban]

havʀ
[havar] n.st.m. buck, he-goat, billy. [habra, hafra]

hāh
[háh] n.st.n. shark. [hanhaz (st.m.)]

hāhɴ
[háhan] v.t. to hang. Class 7. [hanhan]

hār
[hár] n.w.n. hair. [hēram]

hāt
[hát] n.w.n. dress, gown. [hētaz]

hæg
[heg] n.w.n. fence, hedge. [hagja]

hæʒ
[hewg] n.w.n. hay, straw. From haʒɴ; anything that has been “hewn” down.

hæʒmānðþ
[hewgmánþ] n.w.m. june; gemini. Traditional name for fūrlenðþ.

hæl
[hel] n.w.n. hell. In a germanic sense; this refers more to the land of the dead than to a place of punishment as in a judæochristian context. The judæochristian Hell is known as brenhæl. [haljōn]

hælðena
[helðena] n.w.f. heroine.

hælðþ
[helþ] n.w.m. hero. The coronal consonant deletion rule originally applied to this noun (hæl, hælþs, hælða, etc.) but was leveled out, perhaps to avoid confusion with hæl. [haliþaz]

hælvɴ
[helvan] v.t. to halve, to split in half.

hæmp
[hemp] n.w.n. hemp, cannabis. [hanapiz ()]

hæmpmasqa
[hempmaskwa] n.w.n. canvas. [hemp + masqa]

hæmðþ
[hemþ] n.st.n. shirt. [hamiþja ()]

hænðlec
[henðlek] adj. manual, by hand.

hænðlīca
[henðlíka] adv. manually, by hand.

hænðʌ
[henðal] n.w.n. handle.

hænena
[henena] n.w.f. hen, chicken.

hæŋst
[hengst] n.w.n. horse, steed; stallion. Synonyms: , hrus, marh. [hangistaz (st.m.)]

hæpag
[hepag] adj. lucky, fortunate.

hær
[her] n.w.n. host, group of people; army. [harjaz]

hærðɴ
[herðan] v.t. to harden, to tone, to strengthen. [from harðþ]

hærfst
[herfst] n.w.n. autumnal equinox, Mabon, Harvest. [harbistaz ()]

hærfst
[herfst] n.w.n. fall, autumn. [harbistaz ()]

hærfst
[herfst] n.w.n. harvest. [harbistaz ()]

hævɴ
[hevan] v.t. to to heave, to lift, to push up. Synonyms: lᵫftɴ. [hafjan]

hǣðɴ [héðan] n.w.n., adj. heathen, pagan. Specifically, not a member of a judæochristian or monotheistic religion, i.e. christianity, judæism, or islam. [haiþanaz]

-hǣðþ
[-héþ] sfx. -ty, -ness, -hood. Nominal ending for germanic-based words, e.g. scōnhǣd. See -tǣd, -nes, -scap. Many words ending in the –hǣd suffix have been borrowed. This ending is more traditionally –nes. See hǣd.

hǣðþ
[héþ] n.w.f. way, manner, fashion. See the prefix –hǣd. [haiduz (st.m)]

hǣðþ
[héþ] n.w.n. heath, moor. [haiþ(i)ō]

hǣhʌ
[héhal] n.w.n. heel. [hanhilaz ()]

hǣl
[hél] adj. healthy, well. Synonyms: swund. [haila]

hǣl
[hél] n.w.n. hail, greeting. [hailaz]

hǣlaltvrōt
[hélaltvrót] n.st.n. ginseng, Panax spp., specifically P. ginseng and P. quinquefolium. [hǣl + alt + vrōt]

hǣlag
[hélag] adj. holy, sacrèd. [hailiga]

hǣlagmānðþ
[hélagmánþ] n.w.m. october; libra. Traditional name for æftʀhærfst.

hǣln
[héln] v.t. to heal, to make well. [hailjan]

hǣln
[héln] v.t. to hail, to greet. [hailēn]

hǣlðþ
[hélþ] n.w.f. health. Synonyms: swundnes.

hǣlwurt
[hélwurt] n.w.n. sage, salvia, Salvia spp.

hǣm
[hém] n.w.n. home. Synonyms: garðþ. [haimaz]

hǣma
[héma] adv. home, at home.

hǣmðra
[hémðra] adv. home, homeward, towards home. Also just hǣm, although hǣm by itself implies an actual arrival whilest hǣmðra only suggests going in the direction of home. Synonyms:  hǣmverðþ. Compare:
Ec hǣm gæŋ. I went home.
Ec hǣmðra gæŋ qan ec hem anðм vega mōt. I was going home when I met him on the street.


hǣmnɴ
[hémnan] v.i. to be at home, to stay at home.
Tanaht hǣmnec. I’m going to stay in tonight.

hǣmɴ
[héman] adv. from home.

hǣmverðþ
[hémverþ] adv. homeward(s). Synonyms: hǣmðra.

hǣmverðþ
[hémverþ] adj. homeward.

hǣn
[hén] adj. refined, honed, perfected. [hainō]

hǣnɴ
[hénan] v.t. to hone, to perfect.

hǣr
[hér] adj. pale, fair-skinned. [haira]

hǣs
[hés] adj. hoarse. [haisa]

hǣst
[hést] n.w.n. haste, speed. Synonyms: hraðþ. [hai(f)stiz]

hǣstag
[héstag] adj. hasty, quick, fast. Synonyms: hrāð, snel, sveft.

hǣt
[hét] adj. hot. [haita]

hǣtɴ
[hétan] v.t. to heat. This verb is weak, although the inf. is the same as the strong class 7 verb hǣtɴ. [haitēn]

hǣtɴ
[hétan] v.t. to be called, to be named. This may also be used in the sense of “having a name.” [haitan]
Ƕat hǣtþ hat? What’s this called?
Hǣtþ hat (ƕat)? Does this have a name/is this called something?


hǣtþ n.w.f. heat.

hǣtþ
[hétþ] n.w.f. august; leo. Also traditionally vedmānðþ. The period between the sun entering the sign of leo and the sign of virgo, approximately june 22nd through august 22nd. August in the pre-gregorian calendar.

hǣt·værmɴ
[hétverman] v.t. to warm up until hot, to heat up.

hebrǣsc
[hebrésk] adj., n.w.n. hebrew, israeli. [lat. hebræus < grk. ἑβραιος < hbr. עברית]

hehʌbōn
[hehalbón] n.w.n. chick pea, garbanzo bean, chana. [(kikel-) < lat. cicer]

hehʌmelvf
[hehalmelf] n.w.n. chick pea flour, gram flour. [hehʌ + melvf]

helm
[helm] n.w.n. helm(et). [helmaz ()]

heln
[heln] v.t. to hide, to conceal, to cover. [helan]

helɴ
[helan] v.i. to resound, to echo. [hellan]

help
[help] n.w.n. help.

helpɴ
[helpan] v.t. help. [helpan]

hem
[hem] prn. him, to him; it, to it. 3rd prsn. sg. msc. or neu. dat. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details. [(h)imme, (h)immu]

hemɴ
[heman] n.w.n. sky, heaven. Synonyms: scȳ, tuŋʌfelðþ. [hemina, hemila]

hen
[hen] prn. him. 3rd prsn. sg. msc. acc. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details. [(h)inō, (h)ina]

henðɴ
[henðan] v.t. to catch (with the hands). [henþan]

henðra
[henðra] prp. backward, to the back.

henðrɴ
[henðran] prp. from the back.

henðʀ
[henðar] prp. behind. [hindana]

heŋcɴ
[henkan] v.i. to be bent or crookèd; to limp, to hobble, to be lame. [henkan]

her
[her] prn. her. 3rd prsn. sg. fem. dat. or gen. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details. [(h)izōz]

her
[her] adj. her, hers. 3rd prsn. sg. fem. poss. adjective. See appdx. ii§b for declension. [(h)izōz]

herðþ
[herþ] n.w.n. hearth. [herþaz]

herðþ
[herþ] n.w.n. herd, group (of beasts). [herdō]

herða
[herða] n.w.m. herd, herder, herdsman. [from herðþ]

herðɴ
[herðan] v.t. to herd, to gather together (beasts). [from herðþ]

herðʀ
[herðar] n.w.n. intestines, guts, innards. [herþram]

hern
[hern] n.w.n. brain. Synonyms: bragɴ. [hernan, herzniz]

hernvetscap
[hernvetskap] n.w.n. neurology.

hert
[hert] n.w.n. deer. Synonyms: rǣh. [herutaz]

hertceðþ
[hertkeþ] n.w.n. fawn. [hert + ceðþ]

herðastra
[herðastra] n.w.f. herder, herdswoman. [from herðþ]

hes
[hes] adj. his, its. 3rd prsn. sg. msc. or neu. poss. adjective. See appdx. ii§b for declension. [(h)is]

hes
[hes] prn. of him, from him; of it, from it. 3rd prsn. sg. gen. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details. [(h)is]

het
[het] prn. it. 3rd prsn. sg. neu. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details. [(h)itō]

het
[het] prn. that, which. Nom. neu. sg. rel. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details. [(h)itō]

hetnasc (hetɴ sec)
[hetnask (hetan sek)] v.r. to happen upon one another, to meet (by chance). Synonyms: drepɴ, mœ̄tɴ.

hetɴ
[hetan] v.t. to hit upon, to discover. [hittan, hitjan]

[hí] prn. he. 3rd prsn. sg. msc. nom. pronoun. Before a vowel: hīr. See appdx. ii§d for details. [(h)iz]

[hí] adv. herefore, for this reason. See appdx. iii for details.

hīm
[hím] prn. them. 3rd prsn. pl. dat. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details. [(h)imz]

hīr
[hír] prn. =hī before a vowel. [(h)iz]

hīr
[hír] prn. of them, from them. 3rd prsn. pl. gen. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details.

hīr
[hír] adj. their, theirs. 3rd prsn. pl. poss. pronoun. See appdx. ii§b for declension. [(h)izō]

hlaðɴ
[hlaðan] v.t. to load (up), to pile (on). Derivations: neðþhlaðɴ, ūphlaðɴ. [hlaþan]

hlahɴ
[hlahan] v.t. to laugh. [hlahjan]

hlahtʀ
[hlahtar] n.w.n. laughter. [hlahtraz]

hlanðþ
[hlanþ] n.st.n. urine. There is no verb form of hlanðþ, and mīgɴ, while slightly vulgar, is in most cases acceptable. [hlandam]

hlaŋc
[hlank] n.w.n. flank, side. Synonyms: sīðþ. [hlankīn]

hlæŋc
[hlenk] n.w.n. link, connexion. [hlankiz]

hlæŋcɴ
[hlenkan] v.t. to link, to connect. [hlankjan]

hleðþ
[hleþ] n.w.n. gate, gateway, gap (in a barrier). [hliþam]

hleʒ
[hlewg] n.w.n. lee, shelter. [hlewja]

hleʒsīðþ
[hlewgsíþ] n.w.n. leeward side, sheltered side.

hlew
[hlew] n.w.n. hill or mound over a grave, burial mound. [hlaiwam]

hlǣn
[hlén] n.w.n. hillside, incline, slope. Synonyms: hlīðþ. [hlainaz]

hlǣvf
[hléf] n.w.n. loaf (of bread, &c.) [hlaibaz]

hlīðɴ
[hlíðan] v.t. to close, to shut, to lock (up), to trap (in). [hleidan]

hlīðþ
[hlíþ] n.w.n. mountainside, hillside. [hlīdō]

hlīnɴ
[hlínan] v.i. to lean, to bend, to tilt. [hleinōn]

hlīvɴ
[hlívan] v.t. to shelter, to protect, to cover, to shield. [hliban]

hlō
[hló] n.st.n. low, bellow, roar. Synonyms: wōhм.

hlōn
[hlón] v.i. to low, to bellow, to roar. Synonyms: rȳtɴ, bræmɴ. [hlōwan, hlōjan]

hlōn
[hlón] n.st.n. posterior, backside. Synonyms: ras. [hlauniz]

hlōpɴ
[hlópan] v.i. to leap, to jump, to spring. Synonyms: spreŋɴ. [hlaupan]

hlut
[hlut] n.w.n. lot; fate, destiny; luck; result. Synonyms: perðþ. [hlutam]

hlūðþ
[hlúþ] adj. loud, noisy. [hlūþa]

hlūðþ
[hlúþ] n.w.n. noise, sound. Synonyms: claŋ, clap. [hlūþaz]

hlᵫsɴ
[hlysan] v.t. to listen (to). Synonyms: tūhœ̄rn. [hlusjan]

hlȳr
[hlýr] n.w.n. face, expression. [hleuzam]

hlȳrn
[hlýrn] v.i. to make a face, to leer. [hleuz(j)an]

hlȳrӿ
[hlýrang] n.w.n. grimace.

hlȳtnasc (hlȳtɴ sec)
[hlýnask (hlýtan sek)] v.r. to result in, to cause.

hlȳtɴ
[hlýtan] v.t. to get (as a result), to come up with, to become, to be. Used in the construction of the compound passive voice.

hnac
[hnak] n.st.n. neck; back or nape of the neck. Synonyms: hals. Hnac has the additional connotation of a narrow passageway, such as the neck of a bottle or river, while hals does not. [hnakkaz]

hnaʒ
[hnawg] adj. avaricious, miserly, greedy, stingy. Synonyms: gnōðþ. [hnawwa]

hnap
[hnap] n.w.n. nap. Synonyms: slȳfʌ.

hnavɴ
[hnavan] v.t. to snip, to cut off. [hnaban]

hnæʒɴ
[hnewgun] v.t. to bow, to bend; to humble. Class 7 verb assimilated into class 5. [hnaigwjan]

hnæpɴ
[hnepen] v.i. to nap, to take a nap. [hnappjan]

hnæsc
[hnesk] adj. nice, pleasant; soft, mild, gentle. Derivations: swāhnæsc. [hnaskija]

hneʒɴ
[hnewgun] v.i. to sink, to fall softly, to fall dead. As of a stream, the setting sun, leaves, the dying, &c. [hneigwan]

hnepnɴ
[hnepnan] v.i. to droop, to sag, to slacken; to nod off. [Gþ. ganipnan, ON hnipna]

hnepɴ
[hnepan] v.t. to nip, to bite, to nibble. [hnippan]

hnet
[hnet] n.w.n. nit, louse. [hnitō]

hnīpɴ
[hnípan] v.i. to be downcast, depressed, or morose. [hneipan]

hnītɴ
[hnítan] v.t. to beat severely, to beat to death. [hneitan]

hnuðþ
[hnuþ] n.w.n. nod (of the head).

hnus
[hnus] n.st.n. forged metal. [hnussiz]

hnuta
[hnuta] n.w.n. nut. Derivations: cōcahnuta, valhhnuta. [hnutu]

hnūðþ
[hnúþ] n.w.n. ball, sphere, knob. [Gþ. hnuþo, ON hnūðr]

hnᵫc
[hnyk] n.w.n. stench, stink, bad smell. [hnukiz]

hnᵫcag
[hnykag] adj. stinky, smelly, malodorous.

hnᵫcʌ
[hnykal] n.w.n. clew, ball (of yarn, string), wad (of paper, rags). Synonyms: clew. [ON hnykill; hnukilaz?]

hnᵫðɴ
[hnyðen] v.t. to nod (the head). [hnuþjan]

hnȳðɴ
[hnýðan] v.t. to hammer; to clinch, to rivet, to pinch together. [hneuđan]

hnȳðþbeʒa
[hnýþbewgwa] n.w.n. couscous. Lit. “pounded grain”. [hnȳd + beʒa]

hnȳʒɴ
[hnýwgun] v.t. to kick, to beat, to pound. [hneuwan]

hnȳpɴ
[hnýpan] v.t. to cut off, to cut short, to curtail. [hneupan]

hnȳtɴ
[hnýtan] v.i. to stumble, to trip, to make a blunder. [hneutan]

hōc
[hók] n.st.m. buck. Synonyms: buc, stǣg. [hōkaz]

hōg
[hóg] n.st.n. hill. [haugaz]

hōh
[hóh] adj.high, elevated. [hauha]

hōp
[hóp] n.w.n. heap, pile. Synonyms: hrōc. [haupaz]

hōr
[hór] n.w.f. whore, prostitute. [hōraz]

hōrdм
[hórdam] n.w.n. whoredom, prostitution.

hōvaðþ
[hóvaþ] n.w.n. top, head. [haubudam]

hœ̄cþ
[høkþ] n.w.f. coziness, comfort, “gemütlichkeit”.

hœ̄g
[høg] adj. comfortable, nice, cozy. [hōgī, hōgja]

hœ̄hʀ
[høhar] adj. higher. [from hōh]

hœ̄hst
[høhst] adj. highest. [from hōh]

hœ̄hþ
[høhþ] n.w.f. height. [from hōh]

hœ̄hþhrāðþ
[høhþhráþ] n.w.n. acrophobia. [hœ̄hþ + hrāðþ]

hœ̄rn
[hørn] v.t. to hear. [hauzjan]

hœ̄rvetscap
[hørvetskap] n.w.n. audiology.

hraðþ
[hraþ] adj. quick, fast, swift. Synonyms: hǣstag, snel, sveft. [hraþa]

hraðþ
[hraþ] n.w.f. speed. Synonyms: hǣst. [hraþam]

hran
[hran] n.w.n. horseradish. [borrowed from yid. chrain]

hrapɴ
[hrapan] v.i. to touch, to poke at, to handle. [hrapan, herpan]

hratlɴ
[hratlan] v.t. to rattle. [hrat(al)an]

hratʌnasc (hratlɴ sec)
[hratalnask (hratlan sek)] v.r. to rattle, to make noise. [hratlɴ + sec]

hravɴ
[hravan] n.w.m. raven. [hrabōn]

hrāðþ
[hráþ] n.w.n. fright, fear, phobia. Synonyms: fruht or scrac. Derivations: acʀhrāðþ, ælahrāðþ, æŋʒhrāðþ, dōðþhrāðþ, flugʌhrāðþ, hœ̄hþhrāðþ, mōrhrāðþ, spenstrahrāðþ, speʒhrāðþ, strumhrāðþ, vatʀhrāðþ, wulfhrāðþ. [hrēdan]

hræʒ
[hrewg] n.w.n. wreck, debris; corpse, carrion. [hraiwam]

hrǣn [hrén] adj. clean. Synonyms: sūvʀ. [hraini]

hrǣn
[hrén] n.w.n. reindeer. [hrainaz]

hrǣnlec
[hrénlek] adj. neat, efficient, tidy.

hrǣnlīca
[hrénlíka] adv. neatly, efficiently, exactly.

hrǣnɴ
[hrénan] v.t. to clean, to cleanse, to rinse. [hrainjan]

hreʒ [hrewg] adj. raw, uncookt. [hrewa]

hrenɴ
[hrenan] v.t. to smell, to sense. Synonyms: rucɴ. [hrinōn]

hreŋ
[hreng] n.w.n. ring. [hrengaz]

hreŋqɴ
[hrenkun] v.t. to thicken, to coagulate. [hrenkwan]

hreŋɴ
[hrengan] v.t. to ring, to encircle, to surround. [hrengjan]

hrīðþ [hríþ] n.w.n. fever. [hriþiz]

hrīm
[hrím] n.w.n. rime, hoarfrost. [hrīmam]

hrīnɴ
[hrínan] v.t. to touch, to brush against, to come in contact with. [hreinan]

hrīnɴ
[hrínan] v.t. to scream, to yell, to cry (out). [hreinan]

hrīvɴ
[hrívan] v.t. to scratch, to claw, to tear at. Synonyms: gnīpɴ, claʒɴ. [hreiban]

hrōc
[hrók] n.w.n. rook. [hrōkaz]

hrōc
[hrók] n.w.n. heap, pile. Synonyms: hōp. [hraukaz]

hrōðþ
[hróþ] n.w.n. praise; fame, reputation. [hrōþaz]

hrōpɴ
[hrópan] v.t. to call, to yell. Synonyms: caln. [hrōpan]

hrōvf
[hróf] n.w.n. roof. [hrōfaz]

hrœ̄rn
[hrøran] v.t. to touch. [hrōrjan]

hruðþ
[hruþ] n.w.n. hoard, treasure. [huzdam]

hrun
[hrun] n.w.n. horn. [hurnam]

hrunðþ
[hrunþ] adj. hornèd.

hrunðþ
[hrunþ] n.w.m. the devil, the horned god. Declines as an adjective.

hrus
[hrus] n.st.m. horse, steed. Synonyms: , hæŋst, marh. [hrussam]

hrūgɴ
[hrúgan] n.w.n. roe, fish eggs. [hrūgna]

hrᵫg
[hryg] adv. back, in return. Synonyms: tahrᵫg.

hrᵫg
[hryg] n.w.n. back, back side of sth., reverse of sth. [hrugjam]

hrᵫgɴ
[hrygan] prp. from the back.

hrᵫgðra
[hrygðra] prp. backward(s), in reverse. Synonyms: hrᵫgverðþ.

hrᵫgverðþ
[hrygverþ] adj. backward.

hrᵫgverðþ
[hrygverþ] adv. backward(s). Synonyms: hrᵫgðra.

hrᵫŋcɴ
[hrynkan] v.t. to wrinkle, to crease. [hrunkjan]

hrᵫŋcʌ
[hrynkal] n.w.n. wrinkle, crease. [hrunkilaz]

hrᵫsena
[hrysena] n.w.f. horse, mare. Synonyms: mærhena. [hrus + ena]

hrȳðɴ
[hrýðan] v.t. to decorate, to beautify. [hreudan]

hrȳðɴ
[hrýðan] v.t. to clean off, to clear off; to dig up; to lay waste to. Synonyms: avfrȳmɴ. [hreuþan]

hrȳʒɴ
[hrýwgun] v.t. to rue, to regret. [hreuwan]

hrȳh
[hrýh] adj. wild, rambunctious, undisciplined, ill-mannered. [hreuha]

hrȳðþ
[hrýþ] n.w.n. reed. [hreudam, hreuþam]

hrȳsɴ
[hrýsan] v.i. to quiver, to shiver, to shake, to quake, to remble. [hreusan]

hrȳtɴ
[hrýtan] v.i. to fall, to collapse. [hreutan]

hug
[hug] n.w.n. mind, sense, wit. [hugan, huguz]

huʒla
[hugla] n.w.f. owl. [huwwalōn]

hul
[hul] n.w.n. cave, tunnel. [hulaz]

hulɧ
[hulh] adj. hollow, empty. [hulhwa]

hult
[hult] n.w.n. wood. See ved. [hultam]

hultharpa
[hultharpa] n.w.n. stringed instrument. [hult + harpa]

humʀ
[humar] n.w.n. lobster. [humaraz]

hunðþ
[hunþ] n.st.m. dog. [hundaz]

hunðþ
[hunþ] n.w.n. hundred. [hunda(radam) < IE kḿ̥tom]

huntþ
[huntþ] adj. hundredth.

huŋrɴ
[hungran] v.i. to hunger, to be hungry. Derivations: fʀhuŋrɴ, tʀhuŋrɴ.

huŋʀ
[hungar] n.w.n. hunger. [hung(a)ruz]

hup
[hup] n.w.n. hop, leap.

hup
[hup] n.w.n. hope. [hupō]

huplōs
[huplós] adj. hopeless.

huplōsnes
[huplósnes] n.w.f. hopelessness.

hupɴ
[hupan] v.i. to hope. [hupōn]

huvf
[huf] n.w.n. yard, houselot. Synonyms: garðþ. [hufam]

hūðþ
[húþ] n.st.n. hide, pelt, skin. See felm, scenðþ. [hūdiz]

hūcɴ
[húkan] v.i. to bend down, to bend over, to squat, to crouch. Synonyms: sqætɴ. [hūkan, haukjan]

hūŋgaresc
[húnggaresk] adj., n.w.n. hungarian.

hūs
[hús] n.st.n. house. [hūsam]

hᵫmrʌ
[hymral] n.w.n. crayfish, crawfish. [dim. of humʀ]

hᵫnðena
[hynðena] n.w.f. dog, bitch. Synonyms: beca.

hᵫnðʌ
[hynðal] n.w.n. pup, puppy.

hᵫp
[hyp] n.w.n. hip. [hupiz]

hᵫpɴ
[hypan] v.i. to hop, to leap, to spring. [huppjan]

hᵫvf
[hyf] n.w.n. hive, home (of certain kinds of animals). [hufiz]

hᵫvʌ
[hyval] n.w.n. small hill. [hubilaz]

hȳcɴ
[hýkan] v.i. to cower, to crouch, to huddle. [heukan, hūkan]

hȳsɴ
[hýsan] v.t. to house. [hūsjan]

hȳvɴ
[hývan] v.t. to lament, to wail, to grieve. [heufan]