- ak: however
- Þat is ak na mein Auto. (“That is, however, not my car.”)
- ær: already, just now
- ȝa: used to emphasis a statement, make it more emphatic or positive
- Þu abeidest ane Hweile, ȝa? - You're stayin a while, aren't you?
- Scie habe Riht. - She may well be right.
- Ne sag þat ȝa furðer! - don't you dare pass that on!
- Þat is ȝa unahierd! - That's outrageous!
- maal: variant form of Mæl (a measure), used to soften imperatives and requests
- Hier maal to! - listen to me!
- Sag maal, hwær finde ic mein Rum? Say, where do I find my room?
- Komm maal hider! Come over here!
- þeah: (in response to a negative question or statement) yes; surely; really; on the contrary
- Þat ne magst þu secgen. — Þeah, Þeah! —— “You can’t say that. — Yes, I can!”
- Þu ne wirst kommen? — Þeah! —— “You won't come? — Oh, yes, I will!”
- well: the opposite of not (used to add positive emphasis to the verb, much like the auxiliaries "do" or "does" in affirmative sentences in English)
- Þiȝ ne liefeþ Golf? — Do you not like golf?
- Miȝ liefeþ well Golf!! — I do like golf!