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Færeht see færriht



færeld [] n (-es/-), m (-es/-as) way, journey, track, passage, expedition; retinue, company; course of life, conduct; movement, progress, power of locomotion; vehicle; the Passover

færeldfréols [] m (-es/-as) Passover-feast

Færelt see færeld

Færenness see færness

Færeð pres 3rd sing of faran

færfríge [] adj without freedom to go

fǽrfyll [] adv? headlong

fǽrgripe2 [] m (-es/-as) sudden grip

fǽrgryre2 [] m (-es/-as) awful horror

fǽrhaga [ ]m (-n/-n) hedge of terrors

fǽring [] f 1. 2 (-e/-a) journey, wandering; 2. accusation; 3. ecstasy

fǽringa [] adv suddenly, unexpectedly, quickly, forthwith, by chance

fǽrlic [] adj sudden, unexpected; rapid; adv ~líce

færness [] f (-se/-sa) suddenness; passage, traffic

fǽrníð [] m (-es/-as) hostile attack

fǽrrǽs [] m (-es/-as) sudden rush

fǽrrǽsende [] adj rushing headlong

færriht [] n (-es/-) passage-money

færsceatt [] m (-es/-as) passage-money, fare

fǽrsceaða [] m (-n/-n) enemy

fǽrscyte [] m (-es/-as) sudden shot

fǽrsearu [] n (-wes/-) sudden artifice

fǽrséað [] m (-es/-as) deep pit

fǽrslide [] m (-es/-as) sudden fall

fǽrspell2 [] n (-es/-) dreadful tidings

fǽrspryng [] m (-es/-as) sudden eruption

Færst pres 2nd sing of faran

fǽrsteorfa [] m (-n/-n) murrain

fǽrstice [] m (-es/-as) sudden stitch (pain)

fǽrstylt [] m? (-es/-as) amazement

fǽrswíge [] m (-es/-as) amazement

fǽrswile [] m (-es/-as) sudden swelling

Færð [] 1. see ferð; 2. pres 3rd sing of faran

Fǽrunga see fǽringa

Fǽrunge see fǽringa

fǽruntrymness [] f (-se/-sa) sudden sickness

færweg [] m (-es/-as) cart road

fǽrwundor [] n (-wundres/-) terrible wonder

fæs [] n (-es/fasu) fringe, border

Fǽsceaftness see féasceaftness

fæsl2 [] n? (-es/-) seed, offspring, progeny

Fæsnian see fæstnian

fæst [] 1. adj fast, fixed, firm, secure; constant, steadfast; stiff, heavy, dense; obstinate, bound, costive; enclosed, closed, watertight; strong, fortified; reputable?, standard?; 2. see fæsten

fæstan1 [] wv/t1b 1. to fasten, make firm, ratify, establish; entrust, commit; 2. to fast, abstain from food; atone for (by fasting)

fæste [] adv fast, firmly, securely; straightly, strictly; heavily (sleep); speedily

fæsten [] n (-es/-) 1. fastness, stronghold, fortress; cloister; enclosure, prison; fastener; 2. 1 fast (abstinence from food); firmament, sky

fæstenbryce [] m (-es/-as) breach of fast

fæstendæg [] m (-es/-dagas) fast-day

fæstendíc [] m (-es/-as) fort-ditch, moat

Fæstengangol see fæstgangol

fæstengeat [] n (-es/-gatu) castle-gate

fæstengeweorc [] n (-es/-) liability for repair of the defenses of a town

fæstenlic [] adj quadragesimal, Lenten

fæstentíd [] f (-e/-e) fast

fæstenwuce [] f (-an/-an) week of fasting

Fǽstermódor see fóstormódor

fæstern [] n (-es/-) fast; Quadragesima

fæstern- see fæsten-

fæstgangol [] adj steady, faithful

fæsthafol [] adj retentive, tenacious; sparing, miserly

fæsthafolness [] f (-se/-sa) economy; stinginess

fæstheald [] adj firmly fixed

fæsthýdig2 [] adj constant, steadfast

fæstian1 [] wv/t2 to commend, entrust, commit

fæsting [] f (-e/-a) commendation, trust, guardianship; quartering (of the king’s servants)

Fæstingan see fæstnian

fæstingmann [] m (-es/-menn) a kind of retainer

fæstland [] n (-es/-) land easily defended

fæstlic [] adj firm, fixed, steadfast, resolute; adv ~líce certainly; ge~ fixedly, steadily, constantly; unceasingly; verily, but; strictly

fæstmód [] adj constant in mind

fæstness [] f (-se/-sa) firmness, massiveness, stability; fastness, stronghold; firmament

fæstnian [] wv/t2 to fasten, fix, secure, bind; confirm, ratify, conclude (peace); betroth; bestow upon, secure for

fæstnung1 [] f (-e/-a) fastening, bond; strengthening, stability; security, safety; protection, shelter; confirmation, ratification, pledge, engagement; exhortation

fæstrǽd [] adj firm, constant, steadfast

fæstrǽdlic [] adj constant, steadfast; adv ~líce

fæstrǽdness [] f (-se/-sa) constancy, fortitude

fæststeall [] adj standing firmly

Fæsð see fæst

fæt [] n (-es/fatu) vat, vessel, jar, cup; casket; division

fǽt [] 1. 2 n (-es/-) plate, beaten out metal (especially gold), gold ornament; 2. see fǽtt 1

fǽtan1 [] wv/t1b to cram, put (in), load; adorn

fǽted [] 1. 2 adj ornamented with gold [past part. of fǽtan]; 2. see fǽtt

fǽtedhléor [] adj with cheek ornaments

fǽtedsinc [] n (-es/-) beaten gold

fǽtels [] m (-es/-as) vessel; pouch, bag, sack

fǽtel [] m (fǽtles/fǽtlas) vessel; pouch, bag, sack

fǽtelsian [] wv/t2 to put into a vessel

Fætelsod see fetelsod

fætfyllere [] m (-es/-as) cupbearer

fǽtgold [] n (-es/-) beaten gold

fǽthengest [] m (-es/-as) riding-horse

Fætian see fetian

fǽtness [] f (-se/-sa) fatness; the richest part of anything

fǽtt [] 1. adj fat, fatted; 2. see fǽted

fǽttian [] wv/t2 ge~ to become fat; ge~ anoint; fatten


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