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Eacute;ðung [] 1. f (-e/-a) laying waste, destroying; [éðe, íðan]; 2. see éðgung



éðwilte [] adj easily turned

Éue [] f (-an/-an) Eve

Eufrates [] f (-e/-a) Euphrates

éuwá [] interj woe!

evangelista [] m (-n/-n) evangelist

Ex [] m (-es/-as) the river Ex

Exa [] m (-n/-n) the river Ex

Exámeron [] n (-es/-) a work on the six days of creation

Exanceaster [] f (ceastre/ceastra) Exeter, Devon

Exanmúþa [] m (-n/-n) Exmouth, Devon

ex [] f (-e/-a) brain

exe [] f (-an/-an) brain

exodus [] m (-es/-as) a going out [Grk; Latin exitus; OE útfæreld]

exorcista [] m (-n/-n) exorcist, a caster out of spirits

 

F

see fáh 1.

Faca gen pl of fæc

fácen [] n (fácness/fácnu) deceit, fraud, treachery, sin, evil, crime; blemish, fault (in an object)

fácendǽd [] f (-e/-e) sin, crime

Fácenful [] adj deceitful, crafty; adv ~líce

Fácenfullic [] adj deceitful, crafty; adv ~líce

fácengecwis [] f (-e/-a) conspiracy

fácenléas [] adj guileless; pure

Fácenlic [] adj deceitful; adv ~líce

fácenness [] f (-se/-sa) deceitfulness

fácensearu2 [] n (-es/-) treachery

fácenstafas [] m pl treachery, deceit

fácentácen [] n (-tácness/-) deceitful token

facg [] m (-es/-as) plaice?, loach?

fácian [] wv/t2 to try to obtain, get; get to, reach

Fácn see fácen

Fácne see fǽcne

Fácnessful see fácenful

Facum dative pl of fæc

fadian1 [] wv/t2 to arrange, dispose, guide

fadiend [] m (-es/-) manager

fadung1 [] f (-e/-a) arrangement, order, disposition, dispensation, rule; interpretation, version

Fadur see fæder

fág [] 1. adj variegated, spotted, dappled, stained, dyed; shining, gleaming; tessellated; 2. see fáh 1

fág- see fáh-

Fage [] f see facg

Fagen see fægen

fagen- see fægn-

fágettan [] wv/t1b to change color; mid wordum ~speak evasively

fágetung [] f (-e/-a) change (of color)

fágian1 [] wv/t2 to change in color, vary, be variegated

fágness [] f (-se/-sa) scab, ulcer, eruption; variety of color, brilliancy

Fagnian see fægnian

fágung [] f (-e/-a) variety (esp. of color)

fágwyrm [] m (-es/-as) basilisk

fáh [] 1. adj hostile; 1 proscribed, outlawed, guilty, criminal; nom acc pl [féogan]; 2. 1 m (fás/fás) for, enemy, party to a blood feud

fahame [] ? (-?/-?) peeled barley, pearl-barley [polentum]

fáhmann [] m (-es/-menn) foeman, object of a blood feud

Fahnian see fægnian

Fala [] 1. ? (-n/-n) tube?, pipe?, plank?; 2. see fela

fálǽcan [] wv/t1b to be at enmity with, show hostility to

fald [] m (-es/-as) fold, stall, stable, cattle-pen (1)

fald- see feald-

falæd [] m (-es/-as) fold, stall, stable, cattle-pen (2)

faldgang [] m (-es/-as) going to the (sheep-)fold

faldhríðer [] n (-es/-) stalled ox

faldian [] wv/t2 to make a fold, hurdle off sheep

faldwyrðe [] adj entitled to have his own fold

falew- see fealw-, feallew-

fall- see feall-

Falod see fald

falod [] m (-es/-as) fold, stall, stable, cattle-pen (3)

fals [] 1. adj false; 2. n (-es/-) falsehood, fraud, counterfeit [L]

falðing [] m (-es/-as) mass, load; something that falls

Falu see fealu

Falud see fald

falud [] m (-es/-as) fold, stall, stable, cattle-pen (4)

fám [] n (-es/-) foam; sea

Fámbig see fámig

fámbláwende see lig~

fámgian [] wv/t2 to foam, boil

fámig [] adj foamy

fámigbord [] adj with foaming banks (of a stream)

fana [] m (-n/-n) banner, standard; plant, iris?

fanbyrde [] adj standard-bearing

Fand [] past 3rd sing of findan

fandere [] m (-es/-as) trier, tester

fandian1 [] wv/t2 (oft w.g., but also w.d., w.a.) to try, attempt, tempt, test, examine, explore, search out, experience, visit; [findan]

fandung [] f (-e/-a) investigation, trial, temptation, test, proof

Fane [] 1. see fann; 2. see fanu

fang [] m (-es/-as) plunder, boody

Fangen past participle of fón

fann [] f (-e/-a) winnowing, fan [L vannus]

fannian [] wv/t2 to fan, winnow

fant [] m (-es/-as) fount, font; baptismal water

fantbæð [] n (-es/-baðu) baptismal water, laver of baptism

fantblétsung [] f (-e/-a) consecration of a font

fanfæt [] n (-es/-fatu) baptismal font

fanthálgung [] f (-e/-a) consecration of a font

fanthálig [] adj holy from connection with the font

fantwæter [] n (-es/-) font-water, water used at baptism, laver of baptism

Fanu see fana

fára genitive pl of fáh 1

faran1 [] sv/i6 to set forth, go, travel, wander, proceed; be, happen, exist, act; fare, get on, undergo, suffer; ge~ die; ge~ attack, overcome, capture, obtain

farað- see faroð-

Fareld see færeld

farendlic [] adj pervious

fareð- see faroð-

Fariseisc [] adj of or belonging to the Pharisees

Farm see feorm

farnian [] wv/t2 to prosper

faroð2 [] m (-es/-as) shore; stre-am

faroðhengest [] m (-es/-as) sea-horse, ship

faroðlácende2 [] adj swim-ming, sailing; noun sailors

faroðrídende [] adj sailing

faroðstrǽt [] f (-e/-a) path of the sea

faru [] f (-e/-a) way, going, journey, course; expedition, march; procession, retinue, companions; life, proceedings, adventures; movable possessions

fas- see fæs-

Fatian see fetian

Fatu see fæt

faðe [] f (-an/-an) father’s sister, paternal aunt

faðu [] f (-e/-a) father’s sister, paternal aunt

faðusunu [] m (-a/-a) father’s sister’s son

faul [] m? (-es/-as) expression used as a charm; evil spirit

fæc [] n (-es/facu) space of time, while, division, interval; period of five years, lustrum

fǽcan [] wv/i1b to wish to go

Fæccan see feccan

fæcele [] f (-an/-an) torch [Ger fackel]


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