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ta- [ta-] pfx. to-, to. Prefix form of . [te-, tō]

tacɴ
[takan] v.t. to take. [takan]

tadag
[tadag] adv. today.

tagaðʀ
[tagaðar] adv. together. Synonyms: tasamɴ, mǣnlec.

tagʌ
[tagal] n.w.n. tail. Synonyms: hal. [taglam, taglaz]

tagʀ(drupa)
[tagar(drupa)] n.w.n. tear(drop). [tagruz, tahruz]

taʒɴ
[tawgun] v.t. to do, to make, to create, to shape. Class 6 strong verb. [tawjan]

tahærfst
[taherfst] adv. this autumn, this fall.

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

taiār
[tajár] adv. this year.

tal
[tal] n.w.n. count, account, report. [talō, talam]

talevnӿ
[talevnang] n.w.f (mathematical) equation.

taln
[talan] v.t. to count. [talōn]

talrecna
[talrekna] n.w.m. calculator, adding machine. Synonyms: recna.

tam
[tam] adj. tame, domesticated. [tama]

tamānðþ
[tamánþ] adv. this month.

tamurgɴ
[tamurgan] adv. this morning.

tanaht
[tanaht] adv. tonight.

tanāvɴþ
[tanávanþ] adv. this evening.

tanæftʀmeðʌdag
[taneftarmeðaldag] adv. this afternoon.

tanðþ
[tanþ] n.st.n. tooth. [tanþuz]

tanðþvetscap
[tanþvetskap] n.w.n. odontology; dentistry.

tanunðrɴ
[tanunðran] adv. noon today.

taŋ
[tang] n.w.n. tong(s). [tangō]

tapɴ
[tapan] v.t. to tap, to rap. [tappan]

tarvf
[tarf] n.st.n. tar. [terwjam (tarwjam?)]

tasamɴ
[tasaman] adv. =tagaðʀ.

tasumʀ
[tasumar] adv. this summer.

tavar
[tavar] adv. this spring.

tavec [tavek] adv. this week.

taventʀ [taventar] adv. this winter.

tæln [telen] v.t. to tell, to recount, to report. [taljan]

tæmɴ
[temen] v.t. to tame, to domesticate. [tamjan]

tænðrɴ
[tenðren] v.t. =tenþnɴ. [tandrjan]

tærvɴ
[terven] v.t. to (cover with) tar. [targwjan]

-tǣðþ
[-téþ] sfx. -ty, -ness. Nominal ending for latin-based words. Cf. -hǣðþ.

tǣcnɴ
[téknan] v.t. to show, to symbolize, to represent. Derivations:
hanðþtǣcnɴ. [taiknōn, taiknjan]

tǣcɴ
[tékan] n.w.n. token, sign, symbol; representation.
Derivations: hanðþtǣcɴ. [taiknam, taikniz]

tǣcɴlec
[tékanlek] adj. symbolic.

tǣcɴlīca
[tékanlíka] adv. symbolically.

tǣn
[tén] n.w.n. twig, stick. Synonyms: tvīg. [tainaz]

tǣt
[tét] adj. happy.
Synonyms: blīðþ, glaðþ, wunðag. [taita]

Teʒ
[tewg] n.w.n. Tyr, Tiw, Teu, Tuuisco.
[tīwaz]

teʒ-
[tewg] pfx. related to tuesday. This may be prefixed to various time markers, e.g. teʒsāvɴþ = tuesday evening, teʒsūht = tuesday before dawn, &c. [tīwaz]

teʒsdag
[tewgsdag] n.w.m. tuesday.

tehɴ
[tehan] adj. ten. [tehun, tegiz, tegun]

tehɴtag
[tehantag] adj. one hundred. While this may also be hunðþ, this word, literally meaning “tenty” is still in common usage, as are æleftag and tvæleftag, harkening back to a partial duodecimal system.

tehɴþ
[tehanþ] adj. tenth.

tehɴsmānðþ
[tehansmánþ] n.w.m. december. See appdx. vi.

teɧ
[tewh] n.w.n. toe. [taigwō, taihwō]

tel
[tel] prp. until, to, towards, at. [til]

tel
[tel] adj. fit, acceptable, competant. [tila]

telðɴ
[telðan] v.t. to cover, to shelter. [teldan]

telðra
[telðra] prp. towards.

telðþ
[telþ] n.w.n. tent, shelter, cover. [teldam]

tembʀ
[tembar] n.w.n. timber, beam, board, wood used for building. [tem(b)ram]

temɴ
[teman] v.t. to behove, to fit, to accompany, to pertain to. [teman]

ten
[ten] n.w.n. tin (Sn). [tinam]

tend
[tend] n.w.n. tooth, tine (of a rake, &c). [tindja]

tenðnɴ
[tenðnan] v.t. to tinder, to light, to set on fire. [tenþ(n)an]

tet
[tet] n.st.f. nipple, teat; tit. This can refer to either male or female nipples, although the classification suggests the female. Once again, this does not have the unfortunately offensive connotation of its english cognate, since most anglosaxon terms were replaced in english with more “respectable” french and latin counterparts, and the traditional germanic roots fell into taboo. [tittam, tettam, tattam (w.n.)]

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

tīðþ
[tíþ] n.w.f. time, occurrence, happening, φορά. Synonyms: tīm. [tīdiz]

tīhɴ
[tíhan] v.t. to accuse, to blame.
Synonyms: sacɴ. [teihan]

tīl
[tíl] n.w.n. line, row.
Synonyms: ræɧ, stavf. [tīlō]

tīm
[tím] n.w.m. time, χρὸνος.
Synonyms: tīðþ. [tīmōn]

tīmlæŋþ
[tímlengþ] n.w.f. interval, period of time.

tīmvetscap
[tímvetskap] n.w.n. chronology.

tīmɴ
[tíman] v.i. to happen, to occur.
Synonyms: bascehɴ, fūrqumɴ, scehɴ. [tīmōn]

tup
[tup] n.w.n. top, uppermost part. [tuppaz]

tōl
[tól] n.st.n. tool. [tōlam]

tōm
[tóm] adj. empty. [tōma]

tōm
[tóm] n.w.n. team. [taumaz]

tōvʀ
[tóvar] n.w.n. magic.
Synonyms: galðʀ, sīðþ, vecӿ. [taubram, taufram]

tœ̄mɴ
[tømen] v.t. to empty, to void. Optionally used with ūt. [tōmjan]

trædɴ
[treden] v.i. to step, to walk, to tread. [tradjan]

treqþ
[trewkþ] n.w.f. truth, belief.

treʒ
[trewg] n.w.n. tree.
Treʒ generally refers to fruit-bearing trees or trees harvested for wood, while baʒм refers to any tree. The two are, however, interchangeable except in specific names, such as treʒwulveðþbaʒм or apʌtreʒ. [trewō, trīu, truga, troga]

treʒ
[trewg] adj. true. [trewwa-]

treʒfælӿ
[trewgfelang] n.w.f. logging, tree-cutting.

treʒstǣn
[trewgstén] n.w.n. resin. Derivations:
arabesct treʒstǣn, maianesct treʒstǣn. [treʒ + stǣn]

treʒɴ
[trewgun] v.t. to believe. See balœ̄vɴ for usage. [trewwēn]

treʒōr
[trewgór] n.w.n. “wood ear” mushroom, black tree fungus. [treʒ + ōr, direct translation of mandarin 木耳 (mǔ ér).]

treʒvetscap
[trewgvetskap] n.w.n. dendrology, the study of trees.

treʒwul
[trewgwul] n.w.n. cotton.

treʒwulveðþbaʒм
[trewgwulveþbawgum] n.w.n. cottonwood (tree), Populus spp.

trempɴ
[trempan] v.t. to stamp or stomp on, to trample. [trempan]

trenɴ
[trenan] v.t. to separate, to divide, to sever. [trennan]

trōst
[tróst] n.w.n. trust. [traustam]

trœ̄stɴ
[trøsten] v.t. to trust. [traustjan]

trug
[trug] n.w.n. vat, trough. [truguz]

trul
[trul] n.w.n. troll, cave-dæmon; imp, devil, gobblin; supernatural creature. Also refers to any of several types of mischievous, malevolent, or ill-mannered mythological beings. [trullam]

trulvetscap
[trulvetskap] n.w.n. dæmonology.

trunɴ
[trunan] v.t. to turn.
Synonyms: þrān, venðɴ. [turnan]

truvf
[truf] n.w.n. turf, sod.
Synonyms: sǣðþ, vrasa. [turbaz]

tʀ-
[tur-] pfx. hard, difficult; bad, evil; mis-, dis-, dys-. This inseparable prefix may be added to a number of adjectives and verbs. Equivalent to the greek δυσ-. Antonyms: ōðþ. [te-, tuz- < grk. δυσ-]

tʀbrucɴ
[turbrukan] adj. sturdy, hard to break.

tʀbunðɴt sahʀ
[turbunðant sahar] n.w.n. raw sugar. This literally means “hard to tie,” but is actually of imitative origin from spanish “turbinado”.

tʀdreŋcnasc (tʀdreŋcɴ sec)
[turdrenknask (turdrenkan sek)] v.r. to drown, to be drowned. Class 3: conj. like dreŋcɴ. See notes at fʀdreŋcɴ.

tʀfaŋɴ
[turfangan] adj. elusive, hard to catch.

tʀfunðɴ
[turfunðan] adj. rare, hard to find.

tʀhuŋrɴ
[turhungran] v.i. to starve. Transitive form is fʀhuŋrɴ.

tʀstœ̄rn
[turstørn] v.t. to destroy. See œ̄ðɴ.

tʀstœ̄rӿ
[turstørang] n.w.f. destruxion.

tʀtreʒɴ
[turtrewgun] v.t. to doubt, to be suspicious of, to mistrust.

tʀþrᵫstɴ
[turþrysten] v.i. to die of dehydration.

tʀver
[turver] n.w.n. problem, tangle, snarl, knot.

tunsc
[tunsk] n.st.n. tusk, tooth. [tunþskaz]

tuŋ
[tung] n.w.n. tongue. An n-class noun. [tungōn]

tuŋʌ
[tungal] n.w.n. astronomical body, e.g. moon, sun, star, planet. [tunglam]

tuŋʌcraft
[tungalkraft] n.st.n. astrology.

tuŋʌfelðþ
[tungalfelþ] n.w.n. sky. Lit. “field of celestial bodies”.
Synonyms: hemɴ, scȳg.

tuŋʌsalt
[tungalsalt] n.w.n. orbit.

tuŋʌ·sæltɴ
[tungalselten] v.t. to orbit.

tuŋʌvetscap
[tungalvetskap] n.w.n. astronomy.

[tú] adj. to, together, closed.

[tú] adv. too, overly, excessively. [tō]

tū·cnᵫpɴ
[túknypen] v.t. to button up, to snap shut.

tū·cnᵫpnasc (cnᵫpɴ sec tū)
[túknypnask (knypen sek tú)] v.r. be quiet, to shut up. Also svīgɴ, þagnasc.

tū·dragɴ
[túdragan] v.t. to pull shut, to pull closed. Class 6: conj. like dragɴ.

tūfal
[túfal] n.st.n. coincidence, chance.

tūfela
[túfela] adj. too much, too many.

tū·fæstɴ
[túfesten] v.t. to fasten, to lock.

tūfōɧ
[túfóh] adj. too little, too few.

tū·gærvɴ
[túgerven] v.t. to shut, to close.
Gærvf þa dūr . Shut the door.

tū·hœ̄rn
[túhøran] v.t. to listen.
Synonyms: hlᵫsnɴ.
Hœ̄r mīr . Listen to me.

tūn
[tún] n.w.n. hedge, fence, border. [tūnaz]

tūverðþ
[túverþ] adv., prp. toward(s).

tūverðþ
[túverþ] adj. facing, opposite.

tᵫp
[typ] n.w.n. tip, end, top. [tupp-]

tȳðʀ
[týðar] n.w.n. rope, tow-rope. [teudra]

tȳg
[týg] n.w.n. thing, gadget, contraption. [teugam, teugiz]

tȳhɴ
[týhan] v.t. to pull, to tug. [teugan, teuhan]

tvan
[tvan] adj. two. Acusative masculine dual numeral. Cf. tvǣ.

tvǣg
[tvég] adj. of two. Genitive masculine or neuter dual numeral. Cf. tvǣ.

tvæleftag
[tveleftag] adj. one hundred twenty. While this may also be ænt hunðþ tventag, this word, literally meaning “twelfty” is still in common usage, as are tehɴtag and æleftag, harkening back to a partial duodecimal system.

tvælefþ
[tvelefþ] adj. twelfth.

tvælevf
[tvelef] adj. twelve. [twalibi]

tven
[tven] n.w.n., adj. twin, double. [twinja(z)]

tventacþ
[tventakþ] adj. twentyeth.

tventag
[tventag] adj. twenty.

tvern
[tvern] n.w.n. twine, string, rope. Any thin rope or string made by twisting two smaller cords together. Related to tvǣ, tven, tvestɴ, &c. [twizna]

tvescɴ
[tveskan] prp. between, in between. See meðlɴ for usage. [twisko]

tvestɴ
[tvesten] v.t. to twist, to wind. [twistjan]

tvǣ
[tvé] adj. two. Nominative masculine dual numeral. Becomes tvǣr before a vowel. See appdx. ii§a1 for declension. [twa(i)]

tvǣm
[tvém] adj. two. Dative dual numeral (all genders). Cf. tvǣ.

tvǣr
[tvér] adj. =tvǣ. Used before a vowel. Cf. tvǣ.

tvǣr
[tvér] adj. of two. Genitive feminine dual numeral (-r is not dropped).

tvǣswā
[tvéswá] adv. twice, two times.

tvīflɴ
[tvíflan] v.t. to doubt, to be skepitcal of, to mistrust.
Synonyms: tʀtreʒɴ. This is not a class 1 verb.

tvīfʌ
[tvífal] n.w.n. doubt. [twīfljaz]

tvīg
[tvíg] n.w.n. stick, twig, branch.
Synonyms: tǣn. [twīga]

tvō
[tvó] adj. two. Nominative or accusative neuter or feminine dual numeral. Becomes tvōr before a vowel. Cf. tvǣ.
[=twó?]


tvōr
[tvór] adj. =tvō. Used before a vowel. Cf.
tvǣ. [=twór?]