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mag
[mag] n.w.m. boy, young man. Synonyms: cnavf, iȳðþ. [maguz (st.m.)]

maga
[maga] n.w.n. stomach. [magōn, En. maw]

magɴ
[magan] v.i. to be able, to have the power to. Synonyms: cunɴ. See appdx. ii§6d.

maʒ
[mawg] n.st.f. maid, maiden, girl; Miss (as a title). Note the effects of the coronal consonant deletion rule on this word. [mag(w)iþi]

maht
[maht] n.st.n. might, power, strength. Synonyms: craft. [mahtiz, rel magɴ]

maianesc
[majanesk] adj. mayan.

maianesct treʒstǣn
[majaneskt trewgstén] n.w.n. copal resin. Lit. “Mayan tree-stone.”

maln
[malan] v.t. to grind, to mill. [malan]

malt
[malt] n.w.n. malt. [maltam (w.n.)]

maltsȳr
[maltsýr] n.w.n. malt vinegar. Synonyms: alsȳr. [malt + sȳr]

man
[man] prn. one, you, someone. General pronoun. (3rd psn.).

man
[man] n.st.m. man, person, human. Synonyms: gum, ver. [mannaz]

manðþ
[manþ] adj. friendly. Synonyms: venlec, þȳðþ. [manþa]

manðþ
[manþ] n.st.m. =man.

manðþ
[maþ] n.w.n. memory, recollection. [from munɴ]

manag
[manag] adj. many. [managa]

mans
[mans] adj. ones. [genitive of man (prn.)]

marc
[mark] n.w.n. mark, smudge. [markam]

marða
[marða] n.w.f. fennel, Fœniculum vulgare. [etym. uncertain, possibly from an unattested maradōn < IE maradh-, cf. Grk. μάραθον]

marq
[mark] adj. dark. [merkwa]

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

martsmānðþ
[martsmánþ] n.w.m. march. See appdx. vi for notes.

masqa
[maskwa] n.st.n. mesh. Derivations: hæmpmasqa. [maskwōn]

mast
[mast] n.w.n. mast, pole. [mastaz]

mast
[mast] n.w.m. penis. Also frᵫn. [mastaz]

māhɴ
[máhan] n.w.n. poppy seed. [mēgōn, mēhōn]

māl
[mál] n.w.n. time, occurrence, happening, φόρα. Synonyms: tīðþ. [mēlam]

māl
[mál] n.w.n. meal, feast, dinner. [mēlam]

mān
[mán] n.w.m. moon. Synonyms: tuŋʌ. [mēnan]

mān
[mán] pfx. related to monday. This may be prefixed to various time markers, e.g. māndag = monday, mānnaht = monday night, &c. [mēnan]

māndag
[mándag] n.w.m. monday.

mānðlec
[mánðlek] adj. monthly.

mānðlec
[mánðlek] adj. lunar.

mānðþ
[mánþ] n.w.m. month. [mēnōþ]

mār
[már] adj. famous, important, well-known. [mēra]

mār
[már] n.st.n. news, information, message. Also ernd. Mār differs from ernd in that ernd refers specifically to good news, as in the rather optimistic term ernda/erndastra (ambassador), while mār deals with news both good and bad. [mēra]

māt
[mát] n.w.n. meat, meal, food. Synonyms: flǣsc. [mētam]

mæh
[meh] n.w.n. corn. Derivations: brestmæh. [Arawakan mahiz]

mæhmelvf
[mehmelf] n.w.n. cornmeal.

mæhstūvf
[mehstúf] n.w.n. cornstarch.

mæhtag
[mehtag] adj. mighty, powerful, strong. Synonyms: cræftag.

mæmpɴ
[mempen] v.t. to jeer, to mock, to make fun of. [mampjan]

mænsc
[mensk] n.w.n. person, man. [manniskaz]

mærcɴ
[merken] v.t. to notice. [markjan]

mærcverþlec
[merkverþlek] adj. noteworthy, remarkable.

mærhena
[merhena] n.w.f. mare, female horse. Synonyms: hrᵫsena.

mǣðм
[méðam] n.w.n. gift, present. Synonyms: gefþ. [maiþmaz]

mǣgɴ
[mégan] v.t. to mow. [mējan]

mǣl
[mél] n.w.n. mole, blemish. [mailam]

mǣla
[méla] n.w.m. painter, artist.

mǣln
[mélan] v.t. to paint. Synonyms: færvɴ. [mēljan]

mǣlӿ
[mélang] n.w.f. painting.

mǣlstra
[mélstra] n.w.f. painter, artist.

mǣn
[mén] adj. common, mean, average. [maini]

mǣn
[mén] adj. false, wicked, untrue. [maina]

mǣn
[mén] n.w.n. mean, average. [mainiz]

mǣnðþ
[ménþ] n.w.f. company, organization, society; commonality.

mǣnlīca
[ménlíka] adv. together, in each other’s company. Synonyms: tagaðʀ. [
mǣn + līca]

mǣnɴ
[ménen] v.i. to mean, to opine, to be of (an) opinion. [mainjan]

mǣnӿ
[ménang] n.w.f. thought, opinion, meaning.

mǣnscap
[ménskap] n.w.n. community, company.

mǣr
[mér] adj. more. Comp. of mᵫcʌ or fela. [maisa]

mǣrðþ
[mérþ] n.w.f. fame. Synonyms: hrōðþ. [mēriþō]

mǣrðþ
[mérþ] n.w.f. majority [maisiþō]

mǣrn
[méren] v.t. to tell of, to make known, to make famous. [mērjan]

mǣsmānðþ
[mézmánþ] n.w.m. (the month of) may. See appdx. vi.

mǣst
[mést] adj. most. Sup. of mᵫcʌ or fela. [maista]

mec
[mek] prn. me. 1st prsn. sg. acc. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d. [mek]

mecst
[mekst] n.w.n. fog, mist. Synonyms: navʌ. [mihstaz]

meða
[meða] n.w.n. mead, hydromel, honeywine. [meduz]

meðl-, meðʌ-
[meðl-, meðal-] pfx. mid-, in the middle of. [meda]

meðlɴ
[meðlan] prp. among, amidst. Much as in english with the rules regarding between and among, the word tvescɴ refers to being between two objects, while medlɴ refers to being in the middle of (among) three or more objects.

meðʌ-
[meðal-] pfx. =meðl-

meðʌ
[meðal] n.w.n. middle, center. [medalam]

meðʌcæltþ
[meðalkeltþ] n.w.f. candlemas, imbolc, groundhog’s day. A day marking the middle of the month of “cæltþ,” corresponding to the point at which the sun reaches 15° in the sign of Aquarius in the solar calendar, approximately February 4th. See appdx. vi.

meðʌcȳlӿ
[meðalkýlang] n.w.f. samhain, hallowe’en, all souls’ day. A day marking the middle of the month of “cȳlӿ,” corresponding to the point at which the sun reaches 15° in the sign of Scorpio in the solar calendar, approximately November 7th. See appdx. vi.

meðʌdag
[meðaldag] n.w.n. noon, midday. Synonyms: unðrɴ. See appdx. vi.

meðʌdagmāl
[meðaldagmál] n.w.n. lunch, noon meal. Synonyms: unðrɴ.

meðʌgarðþ
[meðalgarþ] n.w.n. world, earth. Literally “middle yard”.

meðʌhǣtþ
[meðalhétþ] n.w.f. lammas, lughnassadh. A day marking the middle of the month of “hǣtþ,” corresponding to the point at which the sun reaches 15° in the sign of Leo in the solar calendar, approximately August 7th.
See appdx. vi.

meðʌtīðþ
[meðaltíþ] cjx. while, during, as, meanwhile.

meðʌværmӿ
[meðalvermang] n.w.f. mayday, beltane. A day marking the middle of the month of “værmӿ,” corresponding to the point at which the sun reaches 15° in the sign of Taurus in the solar calendar, approximately May 5th.
See appdx. vi.

meðþ
[meþ] prp. with. Becomes voiced when followed by a voiced consonant or a vowel. [meþ]

meðþ·baʒɴ
[meþbawgun] v.t. to live with, to cohabitate with.

meðþ·bȳðɴ
[meþbíðan] v.t. to invite along. Class 2: conj. like bȳðɴ.

meðþ·qumɴ
[meþkuman] v.i. to come with, to join, to accompany. Class 4: conj. like qumɴ.

meðþ·farn
[meþfaran] v.i. to travel with, to accompany (in travel); to carpool. Class 6: conj. like farn.

meðþ·gaŋɴ
[meþgangan] v.i. to go with, to join, to accompany. Class 7: conj. like gaŋɴ.

meɧ
[mewh] n.w.n. gull, seagull. [maihwaz]

melc
[melk] n.w.n. milk. [meluk]

melcdȳr
[melkdýr] n.w.n. mammal. Also more specifically applied to dairy animals like cows, goats, and sheep.

melcƕīt
[melkhwít] n.w.n. calcium (Ca).

melcɴ
[melkan] v.t. to milk. [melkan]

melcӿmānðþ
[melkangmánþ] n.w.m. may; taurus. Traditional name for værmӿ.

meld
[meld] adj. mild. [meldja]

meldaþ
[maltþ] n.w.f. mildness.

melðþ
[melþ] n.w.n. honey. [meliþ]

meliūn
[meljún] n.w.n. million. [lat. million]

melm
[melm] n.st.n. dust. Synonyms: stūvf. [melmaz]

melmag
[melmag] adj. dusty.

meltnasc
(meltɴ sec) [maltnask (meltan sek)] v.r. to melt (away). Class 3: conj. like meltɴ.

meltɴ
[meltan] v.t. to melt (something). [meltan]

melvf
[melf] n.w.n. meal, flour. Derivations: ǣtmelvf, caɧmelvf, hehʌmelvf, ƕǣtmelvf, ƕītmelvf, mæhmelvf, rᵫʒmelvf. [melwam]

menðʀþ
[menðarþ] n.w.f. minority.

menðþ
[menþ] adj. little, not much. Synonyms: f
œ̄ɧ. [minþi > ON minni]

menðþ
[menþ] n.w.n. mint, Mentha spp. [WGmc minta < lat. mentha < gk. μινθε.]

merqa
[merkwa] n.w.n. darkness. [merkwōn, merkwam]

merqɴ
[merkun] v.t., v.i. to darken, to dim. Synonyms: þemɴ. [merkwjan]

mes-
[mes-] pfx. mis-. Inseparable pronoun. [missa-]

mesc
[mesk] prn. myself. 1st prsn. sg. acc. refl. pronoun. See sesc for history, appdx. ii§d. [mec + sec]

mesdāðþ
[mesdáþ] n.w.n. mistake. [mes + dād]

mesdōn
[mesdón] v.t. to make a mistake. Class X: conj. like dōn.

mesfarn
[mesfaran] v.i. to get lost while traveling. Class 6: conj. like farn.

mesfraðþ
[mesfraþ] n.w.n. misunderstanding. [mes + fraðþ]

mesfreðɴ
[mesfreðan] v.t. to misunderstand. Class 3: conj. like freðɴ.

meshap
[meshap] n.w.n. accident. [mes + hap]

mesɴ
[mesan] v.t. to miss, to go wrong, to fail.

messcȳtɴ
[messkýtan] v.i. to misfire, to miss (while shooting). Class 2: conj. like scȳtɴ.

mestacɴ
[mestakan] v.t. to mistake. As in to mistake someone/something for someone/something else. Class 6: conj. like tacɴ.

metɴ
[metan] v.t. to measure, to mete. Derivations: ūtmetɴ. [metan]

metþ
[metþ] n.w.f. amount, mass, volume.

mīðɴ
[míðan] v.t. to avoid, to evade. [meiþan]

mīgɴ
[mígan] v.i. to piss, to urinate. Slightly vulgar. Synonyms: hland. Derivations: anmīgɴ. [meigan]

mīn
[mín] adj. my, mine. 1st prsn. sg. poss. adjective. See appdx. ii§b for declension.

mīn
[mín] prn. of or from me. 1st prsn. sg. gen. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details. [mīn]

mīr
[mír] prn. me, to me. 1st prsn. sg. dat. pronoun.
See appdx. ii§d for details. [miz, mez]

mīsc
[mísk] prn. myself. 1st prsn. sg. dat. refl. pronoun. See sesc for history, appdx. ii§d for details. [mīr + sec]

mīta
[míta] n.w.n. mite. [mītōn]

mōðʀ
[móðar] n.st.f. mother. See appdx. v. [mōder]

mōðþ
[móþ] n.w.n. mood, disposition. [mōþaz]

mōr
[mór] n.w.f. ant. [maura (w.f.)]

mōrhrāðþ
[mórhráþ] n.w.n. myrmecophobia, fear of ants. [mōr + hrād]

mōrvetscap
[mórvetskap] n.w.n. myrmecology.

mœ̄tɴ
[møten] v.t. to meet, to encounter, to come across. Synonyms: drepɴ, hetɴ. While mœ̄tɴ and hetɴ(-nasc) imply meeting by chance, drepɴ has the implication of a prearranged meeting. [mōtjan]

mœ̄ðþ
[møþ] adj. tired, weary. [mōþja]

muðþ
[muþ] n.st.n. moth. [muþþan]

mulða
[mulda] n.w.n. moss, ground, dirt, mould. Synonyms: grund, erðþ. [muldōn]

munɴ
[munan] v.t. to remember. Often used with gen. or м instead of accusative. See appdx. ii§f4.

Ec hatas staðs man. I remember this place.
Manst
þū (м) her? Do you remember her?


munðlec
[munðlek] adj. oral.

munðþ
[munþ] n.w.n. mouth. [munþaz]

murðʀ
[murðar] n.w.n. murder. [murþram]

murgɴ
[murgan] n.w.n. morning; 6:00am – 9:00am. See appdx. vi. [murganaz]

murgɴþemʀ
[murganþemar] n.w.n. dawn, sunrise. Synonyms: þemʀ.
See appdx. vi.

murnɴ
[murnan] v.t. to grieve, to mourn; to worry or fret about. [murnan]

mūl
[múl] n.w.n. mouth, muzzle (of an animal). [mūlaz]

mūr
[múr] n.w.n. wall. Synonyms: vǣg. Mūr usually indicates a wall standing on its own (i.e. without a ceiling), such as around a garden or property. It may also indicate the outside walls of a house, but the inner walls of a room which connect to a ceiling are referred to as vǣg. [mūra]

mūs
[mús] n.st.f. mouse. [mūs]

mūs
[mús] n.w.n. muscle. Particularly refering to biceps, but more broadly referring to all muscles. [mūs]

mūstʀ
[mústar] n.w.f. maternal aunt. See appdx. v.

mūstʀgum
[mústargum] n.w.m. maternal aunt’s husband.
See appdx. v.

mūtɴ
[mútan] v.i. to have to, to be required, must. See appdx. ii§f4.

mᵫig
[myjg] n.w.n. insect, bug. Derivations: bītmᵫig, scælmᵫig. [mujam, muwī, mugjōn]

mᵫrðrɴ
[myrðren] v.t. to kill, to murder. [murþrjan]

mȳc
[mýk] adj. soft. [meuka]