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lacɴ [lakan] n.w.n. sheet, piece of cloth, napkin. Synonyms: blæʒ, dōc, scōt. [lakana]

lag
[lag] n.w.n. lake, pond, body of water. [laguz]

lag
[lag] n.st.n. law. [from lagan]

lagɴ
[lagan] v.t. to lay, to put, to place. Synonyms: sætɴ, stæðɴ, steln. Derivations: fūrlagɴ. [lagjan]

lagsæta
[lagseta] n.w.m. male legislator, lawmaker.

lagsætstra
[lagsetstra] n.w.f. female legislator, lawmaker.

lahɴ
[lahan] v.t. to blame, to accuse, to reproach, to condemn. [lahan]

lam
[lam] adj. lame. [lama]

lamb
[lamb] n.st.n. lamb. [lam(b)az]

lanðþ
[lanþ] n.st.n. land. [landam]

laŋ
[lang] adj. long. [langa]

laŋa
[langa] adv. for a long time. [langē]

lapɴ
[lapan] v.t. to lap, to lick, to slurp. [lapan]

lart
[lart] adj. left. [lerta, lurta]

lat
[lat] adj. lazy. [lata]

latīnsc
[latínsk] n.w.n. latin.

lāc
[lák] n.w.n. mark, scratch, notch, chip. [lēkō]

lācɴ
[lákan] n.st.n. healing, medicine.

lācɴvetscap
[lákanvetskap] n.w.n. medicine, medical practice, healing.


lācɴvestþ
[lákanvestþ] n.w.f. medicine, remedy, tincture, potion, a liquid with healing properties.

lāg [lág] adj. low (to the ground). [lēga, lēga]

lār
[lár] adj. empty. Synonyms: tōm. [lēzi]


lātɴ
[látan] v.t. to let, to allow. [lētan]

læg
[leg] n.w.n. leg (from the knee down), calf; legbone, tibia. [lagjam]

lægsnac
[legsnak] n.w.n. lizard.

læmbʌ
[lembal] n.w.n. a term of endearment. Lit., “little lamb”.

læmbɴ
[lemben] v.t. to lamb, to give birth (of a sheep).

læŋðþ
[lengþ] n.w.f. length. [langiþō (w.f.)]

læŋstmānðþ
[lengstmánþ] n.w.m. february; aquarius. Traditional name for cæltþ.


lǣc
[lék] n.w.n. dance, play. Synonyms: salt. [laikam]

lǣcɴ
[lékan] v.i. to play, to frolick. Sometimes has a mildly sexual connotation. [laikan]

lǣðag
[léðag] adj. painful. Synonyms: sǣr.

lǣcnɴ
[léknan] v.t. to heal, to cure. [lēkinōn]

lǣðag [léðag] adj. painful. Synonyms: sǣr.

lǣðɴ
[léðan] v.t. to hurt, to cause pain. Synonyms: smertɴ.

lǣðɴ
[léðan] v.t. to hate, to loathe. Synonyms: hatɴ, fīn. [laiþjan, laiþēn]

lǣðþ
[léþ] n.w.n. pain, hurt; misfortune, upset. Synonyms: smart, wund. [laiþam]

lǣra
[léra] n.w.m. male teacher.

lǣrn
[léran] v.t. to teach. [laizjan]

lǣrstra
[lérstra] n.w.f. female teacher.

-lec
[-lek] adj. -like, -èsque. Contraxion of līc when used as a suffix. [-līka]

lecɴ
[lekan] v.t. to drip, to leak. Synonyms: dr
ȳ. [lekan]

leðʀ
[leðar] n.w.n. leather. [leþram]

leðþ
[leþ] n.w.n. limb (of the body), member. [liþuz]

legɴ
[legen] v.i. to lie (down). [legjan]

leƕɴ
[lewhun] v.t. to loan. [leihwan]

lempɴ
[lempan] v.i. to suffice, to be acceptable.
[lempan]
Þæt lempþ. That’ll do, or That works.

leŋɴ
[lengan] v.t. to succeed (at), to be successful at. [lengan]

lenðþ
[lenþ] adj. soft, flexible, lithe. Synonyms: smeðag. [lenþ(j)a]

lenðþ
[lenþ] n.w.n. summer solstice, Litha, Lithe. [lenþ(j)a]

lenðþ
[lenþ] n.w.n. linden, Tilia spp. [lindō]

lepa
[lepa] n.w.n. lip. [lep(j)ōn]

lernɴ
[lernan] v.t. to learn. [liznōn]

lescunðag
[leskunðag] adj. legible.

lesɴ
[lesan] v.t. to read. [lesan]

levɴ
[levan] n.w.n. life.

levɴ
[levan] v.i. to live. [libēn]

levɴdð
[levandð] adj. alive, living. Synonyms: qeq.

levɴvestþ
[levanvestþ] n.w.f. food, groceries, necessities. [cf ger. Lebensmittel]

levɴvetscap
[levanvetskap] n.w.n. biology.

levʀ
[levar] n.w.n. liver. [libarō]

lewreca
[lewreka] n.w.m. lark. [laiwarikōn]

līc
[lík] prp. like, in the manner of, similar to. [līka]

līcnӿ
[líknang] n.w.f. likening, comparison.

līcɴ
[líkan] v.t. to liken, to compare. Used with at. [līkan]

līðɴ
[líðan] v.t. to lead, to direct. [leiþan]

līðþ
[líþ] n.w.n. wine, fruit wine. Refers to wine specifically made of fruit other than apple, pear, or grape that does not contain honey. Vīn refers to any type of wine. Med is wine made of only honey (mead). [līþuz, leiþuz st.m.]

līht
[líht] adj. light, easy. [līhta]

līm
[lím] n.w.n. limb, branch. [leimuz, līmuz]

lītʌ
[lítal] adj. little, small. Synonyms: smal. [leitīla]

lītʌ
[lítal] n.w.n. little, bit. Synonyms: betcɴ. [leitīla]

līvf
[líf] n.w.n. body, flesh, corpse. [leibam]

līvfvercӿ
[lífverkang] n.w.f. organ.

līvɴ
[lívan] v.t. to leave (behind). [leiban]

lōc
[lók] n.w.n. leek, onion, Allium spp. Refers to any member of the Alium family. Derivations: cepalōc, gǣrlōc, scallōc. [laukaz]

lōr
[lór] n.w.n. bay, laurel. [lōr- < lat. laurus]

lōrlōvf
[lórlóf] n.w.n. bay leaf.

-lōs
[-lós] adj. sfx. -less, without. [-lausa]

lōs
[lós] prp. without. Synonyms: āna (see for notes on usage).

lōsa
[lóza] adv. loose, away, free.

-lōsnes
[-lósnes] n.w.f. sfx. –lessness.

lōvf
[lóf] n.w.n. leaf. Synonyms: blaðþ. Derivations: lōrlōvf. [laubam, laufam]

lōvf
[lóf] n.w.n. belief. [laubaz]

lœ̄sɴ
[løzan] v.t. to solve, to untie, to loosen. [lausjan]

lœ̄vɴ
[løvan] v.t. to believe, to think. Synonyms: treʒn. Lœ̄vɴ can also mean “to think,” whereas treʒn strictly means “to believe (in)” facts, ideas, sorts of divinity, &c. [laubjan]

luft
[luft] n.w.n. air. [luftam, luftuz]

luftvestþ
[luftvestþ] n.w.f. oxygen (O).

lugɴ
[lugan] adj. still, quiet (of wind, trees, &c.). [lugna]

lugɴ
[lugan] n.w.n. stillness, lack of wind. [lugnam]

lunðþ
[lunþ] n.w.n. grove (of trees). [ON lundr]

luŋ
[lung] n.w.n. lung. An n-class noun, perhaps by assimilation of tuŋ.[lungōn]

lūc
[lúk] n.st.n. lock, latch.

lūs
[lús] n.st.n. louse. [lūs]

lᵫht
[lyht] adj. light, bright. Synonyms: breht. [leuhta]

lᵫht
[lyht] n.w.m. light. [leuhtam]

lᵫftɴ
[lyften] v.t. to lift. Synonyms: ūplᵫftɴ. [luftjan]

lȳcɴ
[lýkan] v.t. to close, to shut. [lūkan, leukan]

lȳcɴ
[lýkan] v.t. to pluck; to finish off. [leukan]

lȳðɴ
[lýðan] v.t. to grow, to sprout, to flourish. [leudan]

lȳðþ
[lýþ] n.w.n. people. [leudaz, leudiz]

lȳðþ
[lýþ] n.w.n. song. Synonyms: saŋʒ. [leuþam]

lȳfstra
[lýfstra] n.w.f. lover.

lȳgɴ
[lýgan] v.i. to lie, to deceive, to fabricate, to tell a lie. [leugan]

lȳhʀ
[lýhar] n.w.n. chimney. Formerly in the sense of a smoke-hole. [leuhrōn]

lȳrn
[lýr(a)n] v.t. to lose, to misplace. [leusan]

lȳstɴ
[lýstan] v.t. to jolt, to shock, to strike. [leustan]

lȳva
[lýva] n.w.m. lover.

lȳvf
[lýf] adj. dear, belovèd; nice, well-behaved.

lȳvf
[lýf] n.w.n. love.

lȳvɴ
[lývan] v.t. to love. [leubjan]


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