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Fǽcenlíce see fácenlíce



fæcful [] adj broad, spacious

Fæcile see fæcele

fǽcne [] 1. adj deceitful, treacherous; vile, worthless; 2. adj deceitfully, maliciously, disgracefully; 2 exceedingly

fǽcnig [] adj crafty

fǽcnung [] f (-e/-a) suspicion

fǽd- see féd-

fæder [] m (-(es)/-as) father; male ancestor; the Father, God; pl parents; eald ~ grandfather; þridda, féowerða ~ great-grandfather, great-great-grandfather

fædera [] m (-n/-n) paternal uncle [Ger vetter]

fæderæðelu2 [] n pl patrimony; paternal kinship

fæderen [] adj paternal

fæderenbróðor [] m (-/-) brother (from the same father) [dat bréðer; pl also –bróðru]

fæderencnósl [] n (-es/-) father’s kin

fædrencnósl [] n (-es/-) father’s kin

fæderencynn [] n (-es/-) father’s kin

Fæderenfeoh see fæderfeoh

fæderenhealf [] f (-e/-a) father’s side

fæderenmǽg [] m (-es/-mágas) paternal kinsman [pl also mǽgas]

fæderenmǽgð [] f (-e/-a) paternal kinsman

fæderéðel [] m (-éðles/- éðlas) fatherland

fæderfeoh [] n (-féos/-) dowry paid by the father of the bride

fædergeard [] m (-es/-as) father’s dwelling

fædergestréon [] n (-es/-) patrimony

fæderhíwisc [] n? (-es/-) paterfamilias

Fæderingmǽg see fæderenmǽg

fæderland [] n (-es/-) paternal land, inheritance

fæderléas [] adj fatherless

Fæderlic [] adj fatherly, paternal, ancestral; adv ~líce

fædern- see fæderen-

fædernama [] m (-n/-n) surname

fæderríce [] n (-s/-u) heaven

fæderslaga [] m (-n/-n) patricide

fæderswica [] m (-n/-n) traitor to one’s father

Fædm see fæðm

fædr- see fæder-

Fǽfne see fǽmne

fǽgan [] wv/t1b to paint

fǽge [] adj fey, doomed (to death), fated, destined; dead; unhappy, accursed; feeble, cowardly

fægen1 [] adj w.g. fain, glad, joyful, rejoicing

Fægenian see fægnian

fægenness [] f (-se/-sa) joy

fæger [] 1. adj fair, lovely, beautiful; pleasant, agreeable; attractive; 2. n (-es/-) beauty; beautiful object

fæger- see fægr-

fægerlíce [] adv splendidly

fægerness [] f (-se/-sa) fairness, beauty

fægerwyrde [] adj smooth-speaking

Fægn see fægen

Fǽgness see fágness

fægnung1 [] f (-e/-a) rejoicing

fægre [] adv fairly, elegantly, beautifully; pleasantly, softly, gently, kindly; well, justly; early

fægrian1 [] wv/t2 to become beautiful; adorn, decorate

fǽgð? [] f (-e/-a) imminent death

Fǽhan see fǽgan

Fæht see feoht

fǽhð [] f (-e/-a) hostility, enmity, violence, revenge, vendetta [fáh; Ger fehde]

fǽhðbót [] f (-e/-a) payment for engaging in a feud

fǽhðe see fǽhð

fǽhðo see fǽhð

fǽhðu see fǽhð

fæl- see feal-, fel-, fiel-, fyl-

Fǽlǽcan see fálǽcan

fǽle2 [] 1. adj faithful, trusty, good; dear, beloved; 2. adv truly, well, pleasantly

fǽlsian1 [] wv/t2 to cleanse, purify; expiate; ge~ pass through

fǽman [] wv/t1b to foam [fám]

Fǽmhádlic see fǽmnhádlic

Fǽmig see fámig

Fǽmnanhád see fǽmnhád

fǽmne [] f (-an/-an) maid, virgin, bride; ge~ woman; virago

Fǽmnedlic see fǽmnhádlic

Fǽmnendlic see fǽmnhádlic

fǽmnhád [] m (-a/-a) virginity, maidenhood

fǽmnhádesmon [] m (-es/-as) virgin [~mann?]

fǽmnhádlic [] adj maidenly, virginal

fǽmnlic [] adj maidenly, virginal

fǽmnenlic [] adj maidenly, virginal

Fæn see fen

fær [] n (-es/-faru) 1 way, journey, passage, expedition; manness ~ highway; movement; proceedings, life; movable possessions, means of subsistence; ark, ship

fǽr [] 1. m (-es/-as) calamity, sudden danger, peril; sudden attack; terrible sight; 2. see féfer; 3. see fæger

fær- see fer-, fear-, feor-, fier-, for-

fǽr- [] prefix 1. sudden, fearful; 2. see fér-

fǽrærning [] f (-e/-a) quick riding

fǽran [] wv/t1b to frighten; raven

færbéna [] m (-n/-n) peasant, small-holder?; a rider of a camel; a soldier on board a ship [epibata]

færbénu [] m (-wes/-was) peasant, small-holder?; a rider of a camel; a soldier on board a ship [epibata]

fǽrbifongen [] adj beset by dangers?

fǽrblǽd [] m (-es/-as) sudden blast (of wind)

fǽrbryne [] m (-es/-as) scorching heat

fǽrclamm [] m (-es/-as) sudden seizure

fǽrcoðu [] f (-e/-a) apoplexy

fǽrcumen [] adj sudden

fǽrcwealm [] m (-es/-as) sudden pestilence

fǽrcyle [] m (-es/-as) intense cold

fǽrdéað [] m (-es/-as) sudden death

fǽrdryre [] m (-es/-as) sudden fall

Fǽredlic see fǽrlic


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