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KineticEdit

braak (broake, ybroaken) - v. str. IV /brɑ:k, brəʉk, ɪˈbrəʉkən/ [OE brecan]
trn. break, smash
trn. erg. stop working, stop from working, break down
itr. begin (of days, seasons)
drauȝe (dracht, ydrachten) - v. wk. m. /draʉ, draxt, ɪˈdraxtən/ [OE dragan]
trn. erg. drag, pull along a surface
trn. erg. pull by rope (or equivalent thin, long part)
trn. draw — procure from a deposit
tie (taa, ytonne) - v. str. II /ti:, ta:, ɪˈtɔn/ [OE tēon]
trn. arch. lead, make a way for
itr. advance, go, move on

MotionEdit

slink (slichte, yslichten) - v. wk. m. ingv. /zlɪnk, zləɨxt, ɪˈzləɨxtən/ [OE slincan]
remark: most frequently written with an initial <s-> due to influence from Dutch <slinken>; the nativised variant <zlink> is listed as an accepted variant, though infrequent.
itr. sneak
trn. covertly transport
itr. slide

PhysiologyEdit

zliep (zleft, yzleften) - v. wk. m. /zli:p, zlɛft, ɪˈzlɛftən/ [OE slǣpan]
itr. sleep
trn. sleep through, pass unaware by sleeping (of time, events)

AnatomyEdit

tooth (teeth) - sb. /tu:θ, ti:θ/ [OE tōþ]
tooth
tind (tinded, ytinden) - v. wk. /tɪnd, tɪndəd, ɪˈtɪndən/ [PGmc. *tundijaną]
itr. gnaw
trn. gnaw
trn. + of gnaw through, bite through

GeographyEdit

Kenneth (—) - sb. /ˈkɛn.nəθ/ [Bryth. *Cantio, loaned into early OE Ceniþ]
Kent, Kent county
regionally: Kennyth /ˈkɛn.nɪθ, ˈkɛn.nɪð/
Hartford (—) - sb. /ˈɣɑrt.vərd/ [OE Hēorotford]
Hertford; Hertfordshire
Oxenford (—) - sb. /ˈɔk.sən.vərd/ [OE Oxnaford]
Oxford, Oxfordshire
Cambridge (—) - sb. /ˈkɑm.brɪdʒ/ [OE Cambriċg]
Cambridge
Goldford (—) - sb. /ˈɡɔʟd.vərd/ [OE Goldford]
Guildford, Guildfordshire
Bywales (—) - sb. /ˈbəɨ.wɑɨʟs/ [a compound, from Sax. by- "by, beside" and Wales]
a Saxon march roughly spanning Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds, without the Welsh Forest of Dean
Martch (—) - sb. /mɑrtʃ/ [unknown, possibly either from OE Mierce, Mearc "Mercia; borderlands", or OFr. marche "border, borderlands"]
a Saxon march roughly spanning Northamptonshire, and Warwickshire up north to Bedworth
Londyll (—) - sb /ˈlɔn.dɪʟ/ [from OE Londin-dæl "Dale of London"]
London, and the London dale, Thames estuary and surrounding areas
Henton (—) sb. /ˈɣɛn.tən/ [from OE Hennæptūn "Hemp Town"]
town source of the Henton & Ȝearliȝe Saxon Wordbook, the codifying norm for southern English Saxon, seated in the Burgraveship of Fromenmoot in the Wessiȝ prefecture
Henton village in Wookey parish in Somerset, England
Ȝearliȝe (—) sb. /ˈjɑ:r.lɪ̈j/ [from OE Ġearliġe "Yearly" (pertaining to annual harvests)]
town source of the Henton & Ȝearliȝe Saxon Wordbook, the codifying norm for southern English Saxon, seated in the Burgraveship of Fromenmoot in the Wessiȝ prefecture
Yarley hamlet in Wookey parish in Somerset, England
Fromenmoot (—) sb. /ˈvrɔ.mən.mu:t/ [from OE Fromanġemōt "gathering at Frome"]
seat of the Imperial Burgraf of Fromenmoot, in the Wessiȝ prefecture
Frome parish in Somerset, England
Cornoȝall (—) sb. /ˈkɔr.nə.jɛʟ/ [a corruption of OE Cornawealas "Celtic foreigners"]
Cornwall
regionally, in Wessiȝ and further east: Cornoȝall /ˈkɔr.nə.wɔʟ/

AnthropologyEdit

PossessionEdit

forzake (forzook, forzaken) - v. str. VI /ʋərˈzɑɨk, ʋərˈzu:k, ʋərˈzɑɨkən/ [OE forsacan]
trn. leave behind, abandon, forsake
trn. depart from, forget about (real estate)
trn. metaph. abandon (of friends, family, animals)

ToolsEdit

hammer (hamrer, hamren) - sb. /ˈɣammər, ˈɣamrər, ˈɣamrən/ [IN hammarr]
hammer, sledgehammer, sledge
maul

YouthEdit

boiȝe (boiȝer, boiȝen) - sb. /bɔj(ə), ˈbɔjər, ˈbɔjən/ [OE bōġa]
boy, young man, lad

CattleEdit

cowe (kiȝe, kine) - sb. /kəʉ, kəɨ, kəɨn/ [OE ]
variants: couȝe /kəʉ/ (analogised, less formal)
cow, bovine

MentalEdit

tycht (tychter) - sb. /tɪxt/ [OE tyht]
that which one is drawn to
life calling

FamilyEdit

huslerd (huslerder) - sb. /ˈɣʌslɛrd/ [OE hūshlāfweard]
head of the family, housekeeper

WeaponryEdit

skaft (skafter) - sb. /skaft/ [ON skapt]
shaft; arrowshaft

SeamanshipEdit

boat (boats) - sb. /bəʉt/ [OE bāt]
ship, boat, seaborne vessel

PopulationsEdit

generation (-tions) - sb. /dʒɛnəˈraɨʃən/ [OFr. generacion]
variants: generatio /dʒɛnəˈrɑ:tsɪ.əʉ, ɡɛnə-/ (rare, academic)
generation, abstract sum of all people born and alive at roughly the same time
sum of people of similar ages that can relate to one another culturally

TimeEdit

ȝear (ȝears) - sb. /jɑ:r/ [OE ġēar]
year, 365 days
ȝeore (ȝeores) - sb. /ˈjɔr(ə)/ [OE ġēara]
yore, past, old times

Spirits, WinesEdit

pinteux - adj. /pɪnˈtu:z ~ ˈpɪntu:z/ [Norm. pînteux]
drunk; seldom sober
alcoholic

PlantsEdit

root (roots) - sb. /ru:t/ [OE rōt]
root
wurt (wyrts) - sb. /wʌrt, wɪrts/ [OE wurt]
root, tuber

TreesEdit

xeniver (-vers) - sb. /ˈzɛnɪʋər/ [Ven. xenevro]
juniper tree
birn (birnen) - sb. /bɪrn, ˈbɪrnən/ [HGm. Birn]
pear tree
pear fruit

GeographyEdit

cavern (cavernen) - sb. /kaʉrn, ˈkaʉrnən/ [OFr. caverne]
cave, cavern

ArticlesEdit

an - art. /ən, ˈʌn/ [OE ān]
indef. article; a/an
þe - art. /ðə, ˈðʌ/ [OE þē]
def. article; the

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