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Féorum dative pl of féoh



feorweg2 [] m (-es/-as) remote part

Feorwit see fyrwit

Féos gen sing of féoh

Feostnode see fæstnode, past 3rd sing of fæstnian

feot- see fet-

Féoð pres 3rd sing of féogan

féoðer- see féower-, fiðer-

féoðor- see féower-, fiðer-

féoung [] f (-e/-a) hatred [féogan]

feow- variant of fiðer-

féower- variant of fiðer-

féower [] num four; four times; ordinal féorða; indecl. before a noun, but when in place of a noun, has genitive féowera/ féowra, dative féowerum

féowere [] num four; four times; ordinal féorða; indecl. before a noun, but when in place of a noun, has genitive féowera/ féowra, dative féowerum

féowerdógor [] 1. m (-es/-as), n (-es/-) four days; 2. adj four day

féowerecge [] adj four-cornered, square

féowerecgede [] adj four-cornered, square

féowerfeald [] adj four-fold

féowerfealdlíce [] adv quadruply

féowerféte [] adj four-footed

féowerfóte [] adj four-footed

féowerfótede [] adj four-footed

féowergǽrede [] adj four-pointed

féowergild [] n (-es/-) four-fold compensation

féowerhwéolod [] adj four-wheeled

féowernihte [] adj four days old

féowerscýte [] four-cornered, square [scéat]

féowerstrenge [] adj four-stringed

féowertéme [] adj four-teamed

féowertéoða [] adj fourteenth

féowertéogða [] adj fourteenth

féowertíene [] num fourteen; ordinal féowertéoða, féowertéogða

féowertíeneniht [] f (-a/-a) fortnight

féowertíenenihte [] adj fourteen nights old

féowertíenewintre [] adj fourteen years old

féowertig [] num forty; ordinal ~oða

féowertigfeald [] adj forty-fold

féowertiggéare [] adj of forty years

féowertiglic [] adj quadragesimal, of Lent, relating to Lent

féowertigoða [] adj fortieth

Féowertýne see féowertíene

féowertýnenihte [] adj fourteen nights old

Féowerða see féorða

féowerwintre [] adj four years old

féowr- see féower-, féor-

Féowra see féower

féowung1 [] f (-e/-a) rejoicing, joy [geféon]

féowur- see féower-

Fer see fær

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

Fér [] 1. see fǽr 1; 2. see féfer

fér- see fǽr-, fýr-

féran [] wv/i1b to go, come, depart, set out, march, travel; behave, act; ge~ accomplish, attain, obtain; ge~ fare, speed, undergo, suffer; bring

férbedd [] n (-es/-) portable bed, litter

Férblǽd see færblǽd

fercian [] wv/t2 to convey, bring; support; stuff up (with lies); proceed; assist

fercung [] f (-e/-a) sustenance, provision, food

ferdwyrt? [] f (-e/-e) a plant

fére [] adj able to go, fit for (military) service

ferele [] f (-an/-an) rod [L ferula]

férend2 [] m (-es/-) sailor; messenger

férende [] adj mobile

feresceat [] m (-es/-as) passage-money

feresóca? [] m (-n/-n) sibba

Fereð pres 3rd sing of 1. faran; 2. ferian

Féreð pres 3rd sing of féran

Fergan see ferian

Fergenberig see firgenbeorg

ferht [] 1. adj honesst; 2. see ferhð

ferhtlic [] adj just, honesst

ferhð [] 1. m (-es/-as), n (-es/-) mind, intellect, soul, spirit; life; person; wídan ~ eternally, forever; 2. see fyrhð

ferhðbana [] m (-n/-n) murderer

ferhðcearig [] adj of anxious mind

ferhðcleofa2 [] m (-n/-n) breast

ferhðcofa2 [] m (-n/-n) breast

ferhðfrec [] adj bold, brave

ferhðfriðende [] adj sustaining life

ferhðgeníðla [] m (-n/-n) mortal enemy

ferhðgewit [] n (-es/-u, -geweotu) understanding

ferhðgléaw2 [] adj wise, pru-dent

ferhðgrim2 [] adj savage

ferhðloca2 [] m (-n/-n) breast, body

ferhðlufu [] f (-e/-a) heartfelt love

ferhðsefa2 [] m (-n/-n) mind, thought

ferhðwérig2 [] adj soul-weary, sad

ferhweard [] m (-es/-as) guard of life

ferian1 [] wv/t2 to carry, convey, bring; with acc reflexive betake onesself to, be versed in; depart, go

feriend [] m (-es/-) leader, bringer

ferigend [] m (-es/-) leader, bringer

fering [] f (-e/-a) vehicle

férlǽcan1 [] irreg wv/t1b to associate, unite

férness1 [] f (-se/-sa) passage, transition, passing away

fers [] n (-es/-), m (-es/-as) verse; sentence [L]

fersc [] adj fresh (not salt); not salted

ferscan see á~

fersceta [] m (-n/-n) freshet

férscipe1 [] m (-es/-as) fraternity, community, retinue; order, clan; society, fellowship, companionship; wedlock

fersian [] wv/t2 to versify

ferð see ferhð

ferð [] ? (-?/-?) crowd

Ferðan see furðum

ferðe [] m (-es/-as) skin, hide?

ferwett- see fyrwit-


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