Germanic‎ > ‎South‎ > ‎Northeadish‎ > ‎Lexicon‎ > ‎

P p


pac [pak] n.st.n. pack, bundle. [pakkaz]

pacɴ
[pakan] n.w.n. package, parcel.

paðþ
[paþ] n.w.n. path. [paþaz]

pan
[pan] n.w.n. pan. [panna]

pæcɴ
[peken] v.t. to pack.   

pec
[pek] n.w.n. pitch, resin (of a tree), tar. [pikja- < lat. pix]

pecʌ
[pekal] n.w.n. pickle, saltpickle. [WGmc pekel, pekil-]

peðþ
[peþ] n.w.n pith, pulp; seed, pit (of a fruit). [piþam]

pen
[pen] n.w.n. pen. Refers specifically to an ink fountain pen, while blæcʀsteft refers to any sort of ink pen. Synonyms:  steft. [lat. penna]

penðlɴ
[penðlan] v.i. to pee, to urinate. Diminutive or childish form. Synonyms: mīgɴ.

pepʀ
[pepar] n.w.n. pepper. [lat. piper]

pepʀcɴ
[peparkan] n.w.n. paprika. [pepʀ + cɴ]

pepʀcrun
[peparkrun] n.w.n. peppercorn. [pepʀ + crun]

perðþ
[perþ] n.w.n. dice-cup. [perþō]

perðþ
[perþ] n.w.n. fate, fortune, chance. Synonyms: hlut. [perþō]

perðþ·cȳrn
[perþcýran] v.i. to take a leap of faith, to choose ones fate, to make an important decision based on little evidence.

persec
[persek] n.w.n. peach. [lat. (malus) persicus]

pīp
[píp] n.w.n. pipe. [lat. pipa]

plegɴ
[plegan] v.t. to care for, to take care of, to nurture. [plegan]

plōg
[plóg] n.w.n. plow, plough. [plōgaz]

plucɴ
[plukan] v.t. to pluck. [plukkan]

pōrtūgēsc
[pórtúgésk] adj., n.w.n. portuguese. [lat. portuguesa]

pratɴ
[pratan] v.t. to speak, to talk. Synonyms: rȳðɴ, sprecɴ. [WGmc. pratan]

puŋ
[pung] n.st.n. coinpurse, wallet. [pungaz]

put
[put] n.st.n. pot, container. Synonyms: ōl. [pot- < lat. pottus]

pūnd
[púnd] n.w.n. pound, lb. [lat. pondus]

pᵫt
[pyt] n.w.n. pit, hole. [puttjaz]

pᵫtʌ
[pytal] n.w.n. small pot, jar, canister. Synonyms: put.