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ƕaðra
[hwaðra] adv. whither, to where, where. [hwīder]

ƕal
[hwal] n.w.n. whale. [hwalaz]

ƕalvetscap
[hwalvetskap] n.w.n. cetology.

ƕan
[hwan] adv. when. [hwana]

ƕan
[hwan] n.w.n. angelica, Angelica archangelica (& spp). [hwannō]

ƕar
[hwar] adv. where. [hwara]

ƕaran
[hwaran] adv. (up)on which, where(up)on.

ƕarat
[hwarat] adv. at which, whereat.

ƕaravf
[hwaraf] adv. off of which.

ƕarāna
[hwarána] adv. without which.

ƕaræftʀ
[hwareftar] adv. after which, whereafter. Referring to a time.

ƕarbafūr
[hwarbafúr] adv. before which. Referring to a time.

ƕarbī
[hwarbí] adv. by what, whereby, next to which.

ƕarem
[hwarem] dat. prn. to everybody, to everyone. Dat. of ƕarer.

ƕaren
[hwaren] adv. wherein, in which.

ƕaren
[hwaren] acc. prn. everybody, everyone. Acc. of ƕarer.

ƕarer
[hwarer] prn. everybody, everyone. Decl. like ƕer.

ƕares
[hwares] adj. everybody’s, everyone’s. Gen. of ƕer. Decl. like ƕes.

ƕarfrм
[hwarfram] adv. wherefrom, from where, from which.

ƕarfʀ
[hwarfar] adv. why, for what reason, wherefore; for which. Synonyms: ƕī.

ƕarfūr
[hwarfúr] adv. wherefore, in front of/before which.

ƕargægɴ
[hwargegan] adv. against which, whereagainst.

ƕarhenðʀ
[hwarhenðar] adv. behind which.

ƕarmeðlɴ
[hwarmeðlan] adv. whereamong, among which.

ƕarmeðþ
[hwarmeþ] adv. wherewith, with which.

ƕarм
[hwarum] adv. whereabout, about/around/concerning which.

ƕarnaɧ
[hwarnawh] adv. whereby, near which.

ƕarɴ
[hwaran] adv. whence, from where. [hwaran]

ƕarɴðʀ
[hwarunðar] adv. whereunder, under/beneath which.

ƕartel
[hwartel] adv. whereto, to which.

ƕartvescɴ
[hwartveskan] adv. between which.

ƕarþrūh
[hwarþrúh] adv. wherethrough, through which.

ƕarūp(an)
[hwarúp(an)] adv. whereon, whereupon, (up)on which.

ƕarūr
[hwarúr] adv. from whereout, from (out of) which.

ƕarᵫvʀ
[hwaryvar] adv. whereover, over which.

ƕarveðʀ
[hwarveðar] adv. whereagainst, against which.

ƕarwurðþ
[hwarwurþ] n.w.n. preposition, adposition. Lit. “wherewords”.

ƕat
[hwat] adv. what. [hwat]

ƕālec
[hwálek] adj. which, what, that. [hwēlīka]

ƕāsɴ
[hwásan] v.i. to wheeze. [hwēsan]

ƕætɴ
[hweten] v.t. to whet. [hwatjan]

ƕǣg
[hwég] n.w.n. whey. [hwajjam]

ƕǣgiūst
[hwégjúst] n.w.n. ricotta, whey ricotta.

ƕǣt
[hwét] n.w.n. wheat. [hwaitjaz]

ƕǣtmelvf
[hwétmelf] n.w.n. wheat flour. [ƕǣt + melvf]

ƕeʒʌ [hwewgul] n.w.n. wheel. [hwegwulaz]

ƕelp
[hwelp] n.w.n. whelp, pup. [hwelpaz]

ƕem
[hwem] prn. whom. 3rd prsn. sg. or pl. dat. itrg. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details.

ƕen
[hwen] prn. whom. 3rd prsn. sg. or pl. acc. itrg. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details.

ƕer
[hwer] prn. who. 3rd prsn. sg. or pl. nom. itrg. pronoun. This refers only to the interrogative pronoun. “Who” or “whom” used as a subordinate conjunxion is generally translated with a relative pronoun, qer, ƕālec, or . [hwa(rja)z]

ƕervlɴ
[hwervlan] v.i. to whirl.

ƕervʌ
[hwerval] n.w.n. whirl, swirl. [hwerbilaz]

ƕervɴ
[hwervan] v.i. to walk about, to wander around. [hwerban]

ƕes
[hwes] adj. whose. 3rd prsn. sg. poss. itrg. pronoun. See appdx. ii§2 for declension.

ƕesɴ
[hwesan] v.t. to hiss. [hwisan]

ƕeslɴ
[hweslan] v.t. to whistle (a tune or melody). Synonyms: þūtɴ (see for usage). [hwis(l)an]

ƕesplɴ
[hwesplan] v.t. to whisper. [hwispilan, hwisparan]

ƕī [hwí] adv. why, for what reason. Synonyms: ƕarfʀ. [hwī]

ƕīl
[hwíl] n.w.n. while. [hwīlō]

ƕīln
[hwíl(a)n] v.i. to stay a while, to spend time, to idle. [hwīlan]

ƕīls
[hwíls] cjx. while, during, as. Synonyms: tīðas.

ƕīm
[hwím] prn. whom. 3rd prsn. pl. dat. itrg. pronoun. Synonyms: ƕem. See appdx. ii§d for details.

ƕīn
[hwín] prn. whom. 3rd prsn. pl. acc. itrg. pronoun. Synonyms: ƕen. See appdx. ii§d for details.

ƕīnɴ
[hwínan] v.i. to whiz, to whine (through the air), to hurtle. [hweinan]

ƕīr
[hwír] prn. who. 3rd prsn. pl. nom. itrg. pronoun. Synonyms: ƕer. See appdx. ii§d for details.

ƕīs
[hwís] adj. whose. 3rd prsn. pl. poss. itrg. pronoun. Synonyms: ƕes. See appdx. ii§2 for declension.

ƕīt
[hwít] adj. white. [hweitī]

ƕītbaʒмcōl
[hwítbawgumkól] n.st.n. cauliflower. Literally “white tree cabbage.” This is a more recent “nice” term for cauliflower, used by restaurants and mothers of squeamish children.  Synonyms: naʒɴcōl[ƕīt + baʒм + cōl]

ƕītcōl
[hwítkól] n.st.n. white cabbage. [ƕīt + cōl]

ƕītmelvf
[hwítmelf] n.w.n. white flour. [ƕīt + melvf]

ƕītsȳr
[hwítsýr] n.w.n. white vinegar, white wine vinegar.

ƕōp
[hwóp] n.w.n. whoop, shout.

ƕōpɴ
[hwópan] v.t. to whoop, to shout. [hwōpan]

ƕōst
[hwóst] n.w.n. cough.

ƕōstɴ
[hwóstan] v.i. to cough. [hwōstan]

ƕōstӿ
[hwóstang] n.w.f. coughing.

ƕōt
[hwót] n.st.n. threat. [hwōto]

ƕœ̄tɴ
[hwøten] v.t. to threaten. [hwōtjan]

ƕū
[hú] adv. how, in what manner. [hwō]

ƕūfel
[húfel] adj. how much, how many.

ƕūmanag
[húmanag] adj. how many.

ƕūmᵫcʌ
[húmykal] adj. how much.

ƕūra
[húra] adj. heavy. Synonyms: svār, þuŋ. [hwuru, kuru]

ƕūra
[húra] adj. dire, important, critical, crucial. [hwuru, kuru]

ƕȳrðþ
[hwýrþ] n.w.f. gravity.

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