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wōðɴ
[wóðan] n.w.m. Odin, Oðinn, Wotan, Woden. [wōdanaz (st.m.)]

wōðɴ-
[wóðan-] pfx. related to wednesday. This may be prefixed to various time markers, e.g. wōðɴsūht = wednesday before dawn, wōðɴsunðrɴ = wednesday at noon, &c. [wōdanaz (st.m.)]

wōðɴsdag
[wóðansdag] n.st.m. wednesday. [wōðɴs + dag]

wōðɴsnaht
[wóðansnaht] n.st.f. wednesday night. [wōðɴs + naht]

wōðþ
[wóþ] n.st.n. anger, rage, wrath. [wōdin (st.f.)]

wōhм
[wóham] n.w.n. roar, drone, noise. Synonyms: hlō, swōg. [wōhmaz (st.m.)]

wōr
[wór] adj. confused, dazed, stunned, discombobulated. [wōr(j)a]

wul
[wul] n.st.n. wool. [wullō (st.f.)]

wulcɴ
[wulcan] n.w.n. cloud. [wulkanam (st.n.), wulkanaz (st.m.)]

wulcɴvetscap
[wulcanvetskap] n.w.n. nephology (the study of clouds). [wulcɴ + vetscap]

wulvf
[wulf] n.st.m. wolf. [wulfaz (st.m.)]

wunðɴ
[wunðan] v.t. to wound, to injure, to hurt. Synonyms: harmɴ. [wundōn]

wunðag
[wunðag] adj. happy. Synonyms: blīðþ, gladþ, tǣt. [wundaga]

wunðʀ
[wunðar] n.w.n. wonder. [wundram (st.n.)]

wunðʀfʌ
[wunðarful] adj. wonderful.

wunðʀnasc (wunðrɴ sec)
[wunðarnask (wunðran sek)] v.r. to wonder.

wunðþ
[wunþ] n.w.f. happyness, joy. [wund-]

wunðþ
[wunþ] n.w.n. wound, injury. Synonyms: harm, sǣr. [wundiz, wundō (st.f.)]

wunðþ
[wunþ] adj. wounded, injured, hurt. [wunda]

wunɴ
[wunan] v.i. to live, to dwell, to abide. Synonyms: dvelnasc. [wunēn]

wunsc
[wunsk] n.st.n. wish. [wunskaz]

wunst
[wunst] n.st.n. benefit, gain, profit. [wunstiz]

wurc
[wurk] n.w.n. work, œuvre, creation.

wurðabōc
[wurðabók] n.st.n. dixionary, lexicon.

wurðavetscap
[wurþvetskap] n.w.n. etymology.

wurðþ
[wurþ] n.w.n. word. [wurdam]

wurm
[wurm] n.w.n. worm, snake, serpent, any legless animal. [wurmaz (st.m.)]

wurmvetscap
[wurmvetskap] n.w.n. herpetology.

wurt
[wurt] n.st.n. wort, herb, plant. Derivations: hǣlwurt. [wurtiz]

wurtvetscap
[wurtvetskap] n.w.n. botany, phytology, horticulture.

wᵫlvena
[wylvena] n.st.f. she-wolf.

wᵫnscɴ
[wynsken] v.i. to wish. [wunskjan]

wᵫrcɴ
[wyrken] v.t. to work, to create. See arveðɴ for usage. [wurkjan]

wᵫrgɴ
[wyrgen] v.t. to choke, to strangle; to worry. [wurgjan]

wᵫrgvestþ
[wyrgvestþ] n.w.f. nitrogen (N).