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vacnɴ [vaknan] v.i. to awake, to awaken, to wake up. [waknan]

vacɴ
[vakan] v.t. to wake, to awaken. Synonyms: ūpvacɴ. [wakan, wakōn]

vacs
[vaks] n.w.n. wax. Derivations: bīavacs. [wahsam]

vacsɴ
[vaksan] adj. grown, adult, mature.

vacsɴ
[vaksan] v.i. to grow, to wax, to increase. [wahsjan]

vacssteft
[vakssteft] n.w.n. crayon.

vaðɴ
[vaðan] v.i. to wade. [wadan]

vað
þ
[vaþ] n.w.n. calf muscle. [waþwōn]

vagɴ
[vagan] n.w.n. wagon, cart, chariot, carriage. [wagnaz]

vaƕnɴ
[vawhnan] v.t. to mention, to bring up. [wahwnan]

valðɴ
[valðan] v.t. to rule (by force). [waldan]

valðþ
[valþ] n.w.m. ruler, dictator, tyrant. [waldaz]

valhhnuta
[valhhnuta] n.w.n. walnut. [walhiz hnutu]

vanðrɴ
[vanðran] v.i. to wander. [wandr(j)an]

vanst
[vanst] n.w.n. abdomen, belly. Synonyms: amba. [wanestuz]

vantɴ
[vantan] v.t. to lack, to be missing. [wan(a)tōn]

vaŋ
[vang] n.w.n. cheek. An n-class noun. [wangjam, wangōn]

var
[var] n.w.n. spring(time). [weraz]

varðɴ
[varðan] v.i. to wait. [wardēn]

varm
[varm] adj. warm. [warma]

varma
[varma] n.w.f. warmth, heat. Synonyms: værmþ.

varnɴ
[varnan] v.t. to warn, to caution. [warnjan, warnōn]

varnӿ
[varnang] n.w.f. warning, advise, caution.

vartīdþ
[vartíþ] n.w.n. =var.

vascɴ
[vaskan] v.t. to wash. Synonyms: þvahɴ. [waskan]

vatʀ
[vatar] n.st.n., f. water. An irregular n-class noun with r-enclitic. [wat(a)(r/n)ōn]

vatʀcōl
[vatarkól] n.st.n. iceberg lettuce. Literally “water cabbage.” [vatʀ + cōl]

vatʀfal
[varatfal] n.st.n. waterfall.

vatʀhrāðþ
[vatarhráþ] n.w.n. hydrophobia. [vatʀ + hrāðþ]

vatʀvestþ
[vatarvestþ] n.w.f. hydrogen (H).

vatʀvetscap
[vatarvetskap] n.w.n. hydrology.

vāgɴ
[vágan] v.t. to weigh, to compare. [wēgōn]

vāpɴ
[vápan] n.w.n. weapon. [wēpnam]

vāpnɴ
[vápnan] v.t. to arm, to give weapons to.

vār
[vár] adj. true. [wēra]

vārlec
[várlek] adj. =vār.

vārlīca
[várlíka] adv. reallᵫ, trulᵫ, seriouslᵫ.

vāt
[vát] adj. wet. Synonyms: nat. [wēta]

vælg
[velg] n.w.f. willow. [waligaz]

vælvɴ
[velven] v.i. to wallow. [walwjan]

vælhesc
[velhesk] adj., n.w.n. welsh. [walhiz]

væln
[velan] v.t. to choose, to vote for, to pick. Synonyms: cȳrn, ūtvæln. [waljan]

vænðʌ
[venðal] n.w.n. diaper. [wandulaz, wendilaz]

værmðþ
[vermþ] n.w.f. warmth.

værmɴ
[vermen] v.t. to warm. Cf the intransitive verb flōnɴ. Derivations: hǣtværmɴ, ūpværmɴ.

værmӿ
[vermang] n.w.f. may; taurus. Traditionally called melcӿmānðþ. The period between the sun entering the sign of taurus and the sign of gemini, approximately april 21st through may 20th. May in the pre-gregorian calendar.

værʀ
[verar] adj.comp. worse. Opposite of bætʀ. Comp. form of ᵫvʌ. [wersi]

værst
[verst] adj.sup. worst. Opposite of bæst. Sup. form of ᵫvʌ. [wersista]

vætrag
[vetrag] adj. watery.

væw
[vew] n.w.n. woe, sorrow. [wai(w)am]

vǣcþ
[vékþ] n.w.f. weight.

vǣg
[vég] n.w.n. (inside) wall. Synonyms: mūr (see for usage). [wajjam]

vǣnag
[vénag] adj. small, tiny, miniscule. [wainaga]

vǣrðþ
[vérþ] n.w.f. truth.

veca
[veka] n.w.m. magician, warlock, sorcerer, shaman, a man who practices magic or witchcraft. Synonyms: sīða.

veca
[veka] n.w.n. week. [wikōn]

vecalec
[vekleg] adj. weekly.

vecɴ
[vekan] v.i. to do magic, to cast spells. Synonyms: sīðɴ. [wikkan]

vecӿ
[vekang] n.w.f. magic, spellcasting, sorcery. Synonyms: galðʀ, sīðþ, tōvʀ.

vecstra
[vekstra] n.w.f. magician, witch, sorceress, shamaness, a woman who practices magic or witchcraft. Synonyms: sīðastra.

veðavf
[veðaf] n.w.f. widow. [widuwō]

veðɴ
[veðan] v.t. to promise, to pledge, to vow. [wedan]

veðʀ
[veðar] prp. against. In a sense of being opposed or counter to something. See gægɴ for locative sense. [wiþra]

veðʀ
[veðar] n.w.n. weather. [wedram]

veðʀ
[veðar] n.w.m. ram. Synonyms: gumʀ, ram. [weþruz]

veðʀvetscap
[veðarvetskap] n.w.n. meteorology.

veðʀ·fehtɴ
[veðarfehtan] v.t. to battle, to fight against, to struggle with. Class 5: conj. like fehtɴ.

veðʀ·sprecɴ
[veðarsprekan] v.t. to refute, to counter, to deny. Class 3: conj. like sprecɴ.

veðʀ·verpɴ
[vedarverpan] v.t. to reject, to shun. Class 3: conj. like verpɴ.

veðþ
[veþ] n.w.n. wood. Synonyms: hult. [widuz]

veðþmānðþ
[veþmánþ] n.w.m. august; leo. Traditional name for hǣtþ.

veg
[veg] adv. away, ago. Synonyms: vegverðs.

veg
[veg] n.w.n. way, path. [wegaz]

vegɴ
[vegan] v.t. to move, to budge. [wegan]

vegverðþ
[vegverþ] adv. away. Synonyms: veg.

vegverðþ
[vegverþ] adj. moving away, distancing.

vel
[vel] adv. well. Adverbial form of gōðþ. [welō]

vel
[vel] n.w.n. will, desire. [wiljan, weljōn]

velðþ
[velþ] adj. wild, untamed. [welþja]

veln
[velan] v.i. to want, to desire. This verb is used in the elder sense of the word “will” – the auxiliary verb to indicate future tense is sculn. See appdx. ii§e3. [weljan]

veltɴ
[veltan] v.i. to roll around, to wallow. [weltan]

velþt
vrīr [velþt vrír] n.w.n. wild rice.

velvɴ
[velvan] v.t. to rob. [welwan]

ven
[ven] n.w.n. friend. Synonyms: rūn, svār. [weniz]

venðɴ
[venðan] v.t. to wind, to twist, to turn. [wendan]

venðþ
[venþ] n.w.n. wind. [wendaz]

venlec
[venlek] adj. friendly. Synonyms: manðþ, þȳðþ.

venɴ
[venan] v.t. to win. [wennan]

venscap
[venskap] n.w.n. friendship.

ventʀ
[ventar] n.w.n. winter. [wentruz]

ventʀmānðþ
[ventarmánþ] n.w.m. december; sagittarius. Traditional name for fūrieʒʌ.

veŋ
[veng] n.w.n. wing. Synonyms: feðrӿ. [ON vængr, OE wenge < we-ingjaz?]

ver
[ver] n.w.m. man, male. Synonyms: man, gum. [weraz, wiraz]

vercӿ
[verkang] n.w.f. works, machinery. Derivations: līvfvercӿ.

verðɴ
[verðan] v.i. to become, to turn into. [werþan]

-verðþ
[-verþ] adv./adj pfx. -ward, wards, in the direction of. In addition to the common terms listed below, this suffix may be added to any number of nouns to create directional adverbs. Derivations: enverðþ, fūrverðþ, hǣmverðþ, hrᵫgverðþ, neðverðþ, nurðverðþ, ōstverðþ, sūðverðþ, tūverðþ, ūpverðþ, ūtverðþ, vegverðþ, vestverðþ[werþa, werda]

verðlec
[verðlek] adj. worthy.

verðþ
[verþ] n.w.n. worth, value. [werþam]

verlec
[verlek] adj. male, masculine, manly.

vermōðþ
[vermóþ] n.w.n. wormwood, Artemisia absinthium. [weramōþaz]

vern
[veran] v.i. to be, to exist. [wesan]

verɴ
[veran] v.t. to baffle, to bewilder, to confuse. [wersan]

verpɴ
[verpan] v.t. to throw. Synonyms: castɴ, sleŋʒɴ, smītɴ. [werpan]

vescɴ
[veskan] v.t. to wipe. [wiskōn]

vest
[vest] n.w.n. west. [westam]

vesta
[vesta] adv. (in the) west.

vestɴ
[vestan] prp. from the west.

vestþ
[vestþ] n.w.f. material, medium, stuff; element. Derivations: cunðþvestþ, cūlvestþ, farvfvestþ, frelvestþ, lācɴvestþ, levɴvestþ, luftvestþ, seʒʌvestþ, stǣnvestþ, vatʀvestþ, wᵫrgvestþ. [westiz]

vestþra
[vestþra] prp. westward, to the west. Synonyms: vestverðs.

vestverðþ
[vestverþ] adv. west, westward(s). Synonyms: vestþra.

vestverðþ
[vestverþ] adj. westward.

vet
[vet] n.w.n. knowledge, wit. [witjam]

vetɴ
[vetan] v.t. to know (facts). Vetɴ is a preterite-present verb (see appdx. ii§e3) that refers to direct knowledge of facts or processes while cenɴ refers to familiarity. Finally, cneʒɴ and cunɴ refer to knowledge or ability to do something. [witan]
Ec hatɴ man cena. I know this man.
Ec hes ƕaðra vǣt. I know where he went.
Ec hen fenðɴ cnaw. I know how to find him.

vetscap
[vetskap] n.w.n. science, field of study.

vetscap
[vetskap] sfx. -ology, -istics. Derivations: alðþvetscap, erðþvetscap, ǣtʀvetscap, blōðþvetscap, dȳrvetscap, fescvetscap, flugʌvetscap, frenvetscap, gūðþvetscap, hartvetscap, hœ̄rvetscap, ƕalvetscap, hernvetscap, levɴvetscap, mōrvetscap, ōgavetscap, scenðþvetscap, spenðʀvetscap, sprācvetscap, sternvetscap, stǣnvetscap, sȳcvetscap, svampvetscap, tanðþvetscap, tīmvetscap, treʒvetscap, trulvetscap, tuŋʌvetscap, vatʀvetscap, veðʀvetscap, vīnvetscap, wulcɴvetscap, wurdvetscap, wurmvetscap, wurtvetscap. [vet + scap]
vevɴ [vevan] v.t. to weave. [weban]

[ví] prn. we. 1st prsn. pl. nom. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details.

vīcɴ
[víkan] v.i. to yield, to give way, to slacken, to weaken, to abate. [weikan]

vīðʀ
[víðar] prp. further than, father than, beyond.

vīðʀ
[víðar] adv. on, further, farther. Synonyms: en.

vīðþ
[víþ] adj. far. Synonyms: far. [wīda]

vīhɴ
[víhan] v.t. to bless, to consecrate, to cleanse. [weihan]

vīn
[vín] n.w.n. wine. Synonyms: līðþ (see for notes). [wīnam]

vīnsȳr
[vínsýr] n.w.n. vinegar, (red) wine vinegar.

vīnvetscap
[vínvetskap] n.w.n. viticulture, œnology.

vīpɴ
[vípan] v.i. to twist, to turn, to squirm. [weipan]

vīr
[vír] prn. =vī before a vowel.

vīr
[vír] n.w.n. wire, metal cord. [weira]

vīrsenaw
[vírsenaw] n.w.n. cable, metal rope. [vīr + senaw]

vīs
[vís] adj. wise. [weisa]

vīs
[vís] n.w.n. kind, type, sort. Synonyms: arðþ, cᵫnðþ. [wīsa w.f.]

vīsdм
[vísdam] n.w.n. wisdom, knowledge.

vīsɴ
[vísan] v.i. to wilt. [weisan]

vīt
[vít] prn. we, the two of us. 1st prsn. dl. nom. pronoun. See appdx. ii§d for details. [wit]

vītɴ
[vítan] v.t. to punish. [weitan]

vīvf
[víf] n.w.f. woman, female; wife, Mrs. (as a title). Synonyms: brūðþ, qān, frū. [weibam]

vīvlec
[vívlek] adj. female, feminine.

vlaq
[vlawk] adj. lukewarm, tepid, room temperature. [wlakwa]

vlaŋc
[vlank] adj. proud, arrogant. [wlanka]

vlatɴ
[vlatan] v.t. to disgust. [wlatōn]

vlæqɴ
[vlewkun] v.i. to become room temperature (either cooling down to or warming up to). [wlakwjan]

vlet
[vlet] n.w.n. complexion, hue. [wlitam]

vlītɴ
[vlítan] v.t. to look at, to glance at, to espy. [wleitan]

vraŋ
[vrang] adj. wrong, incorrect. [wranga]

vrasa
[vrasa] n.w.n. sod, earth, turf. Synonyms: sǣd, truvf. [wrasōn]

vratɴ
[vratan] v.i. to travel, to journey. [wratōn]

vræŋcɴ
[vrenken] v.t. to wrench, to yank. [wrankjan]

vrǣðþ
[vréþ] n.w.n. wrath, ire. [wraiþiz (from wreiþan)]

vrǣstɴ
[vrésten] v.t. to wrest (away, from). [wraistjan]

vrecɴ
[vrekan] v.t. to avenge. Class 3 by assimilation. [wrekan]

vreŋɴ
[vrengan] v.t. to wring, to twist. [wrengan]

vresqɴ
[vreskun] v.t. to grow, to ripen. [wreskwan]

vrest
[vrest] n.w.n. wrist. [wristuz]

vrīðɴ
[vríðan] v.i. to writhe, to twist, to turn; to grow (of vines). [wreiþan]

vrīhɴ
[vríhan] v.t. to wrap, to drape, to clothe, to cover. [wreihan]

vrīhɴ
[vríhan] v.i. to writhe, to twist, to turn. [wreihan]

vrīr
[vrír] n.w.n. rice. Derivations: brūnt vrīr, velþt vrīr. [lat. oriza < pashto vrize > retro wreiz-]

vrītɴ
[vrítan] v.t. to scratch, to carve, to etch. [wreitan]

vrīvɴ
[vrívan] v.t. to rub, to touch, to brush against. [wreiban]

vrōðþ
[vróþ] n.w.f. rose, Rosa spp. [aeolic wrodan> grk. ρόδον]

vrōt
[vrót] n.st.n. root. Derivations: gelvfvrōt, hǣlaltvrōt. [wrōtiz]

vrœ̄tʌ
[vrøtal] n.w.n. long nose, snout, proboscis, trunk (of an elephant). [wrōtilaz]

vrūvf
[vrúf] n.w.n. turnip. [wrōbōn (w.f.)]

vrūvɴcrūðþ
[vrúvankrúþ] n.st.n. turnip greens. [vrūvf + crūðþ]