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Fésan see fýsan



Fésian see fýsian

Fest see fæst

Fést see fýst

féster- see fóstor-

féstermenn [] m pl bondsmen

Féstrian see fóstrian

Fet pres 3rd sing of fetian

Fét [] 1. pres 3rd sing of fédan; 2. dat sing, nom acc pl of fót

fetan [] sv/i5 3rd pres fitt past fæt/fǽton ptp gefetento fall, fall down

fetel [] m (-es/-as) belt

fetels [] m (-es/-as) belt

fetelhilt [] n (-es/-as) belted or ringed sword-hilt

Fétels see fǽtels

fetelsod1 [] adj provided with a sheath?

Feter see fetor

fetian1 [] wv/t2 to bring near, fetch, obtain; bring on, induce; marry

fetor [] f (-e/-a) fetter, shackle; check, restrain

fetorwrásen [] f (-e/-a) fetter, chain

Fétt [] 1. pres 3rd sing of fédan; 2. see fǽtt

Fettan see fetian

Fette past 3rd sing of fetian

Féð see féhð, pres 3rd sing of fón

féða [] m (-n/-n) footman, foot-soldier; band of foot-soldiers, troop

féðan [] wv/i1b to go on foot?

féðe [] n (-es/-u) power of locomotion, walking, gait, pace

féðecempa2 [] m (-n/-n) foot-soldier

féðegang [] m (-es/-as) journey on foot

féðegeorn [] adj anxious to go

féðegest2 [] m (-es/-as) guest coming on foot, traveler

féðehere [] m (-es/-as) infantry

féðehwearf [] m(-es/-as) band of footmen

féðelást2 [] m (-es/-as) step, track, course

féðeléas2 [] adj footless, crippled

féðemann [] m (-es/-menn) pedestrian; foot-soldier

féðemund [] f (-e/-a) forepaw

feðer [] f (-e/-a, feðra, feðre) feather; pl wings; pen

feðer- see féower-, fiðer-

Feðeran see fiðerian

feðerbǽre [] adj having feathers, winged

feðerbedd [] n (-es/-) feather bed

feðerberend [] m (-es/-) feathered creature

feðerberende [] adj feathered

feðercræft [] m (-es/-as) embroidery

feðergearwe [] f pl feathers of the arrow

feðergeweorc [] n (-es/-) feather embroidery

feðerhama [] m (-n/-n) wings, plumage

féðespédig [] adj speedy of foot

féðewíg2 [] m (-es/-as) battle on foot, affray

Feðm see fæðm

feðorbyrste [] adj split into four

Feðra see feðer

Feðre see feðer

féðre [] adj loaded

feðrian [] wv/i2 to become fledged

feðriht [] adj feathered

Féðu see féða

féðung [] f (-e/-a) walking, motion

Fex see feax

fíag- see féog-

Fiah see feoh

Fibulae see fífele

fic[] m (-es/-as) deception, deceit

fíc [] m (-es/-as) fig, fig-tree; (fig-disease), venereal ulcer, hemorrhoids

fícádl [] f (-e/-a) fig-disease

fícæppel [] m (-æpples/-æpplas) fig

fícbéam [] m (-es/-as) fig-tree

fician []wv/t2 to flatter

fícléaf [] n (-es/-) fig leaf

ficol [] adj fickle, cunning, tricky

fíctréow [] n (-es/-) fig tree

ficung [] f fraud, trickery

fíwyrm [] m (-es/-as) intestinal worm

fícwyrt [] f (-e/-e) fig-wort

Fíeftíene see fíftíene

Fieht pres 3rd sing of feohtan

fiell1 [] m (-es/-as), n (-es/-) fall, destruction; death, slaughter; precipice; case, reflection [feallan]

Fielt pres 3rd sing of fealdan

Fielð pres 3rd sing of feallan

Fíend see féond, dat sing of féond

fíendwíc [] n (-es/-) enemy’s camp

fier see feorr 2

fíer- see féower-

fierd [] f (-e/-a) national levy or army; military expedition, campaign; camp

fieren- see firen-

Fíerféte see féowerféte

fierme see or~

fierra see feorr 2

fierrest see feor 2

fierresta see feor 2

fiersn [] f (-e/-a) heel [Ger ferse]

Fierst see first

fíf [] 1. num five; ordinal ~ta; 2. noun nom/acc ~e; gen ~a; dat ~um

fífalde [] f (-an/-an) butterfly; [Ger falter]

fífbéc [] f pl Pentateuch

Fífe see fíf

fífecgede [] adj having five angles

fífel [] n (-es/-) (huge) sea-monster, giant

fífelcynn [] n (-es/-) race of sea-monsters

fífeldór [] n (-es/-) door of sea-monsters, river Eider

fifele [] f (-an/-an) buckle [L fibula]

fífelstréam [] m (-es/-as) ocean, sea

fífelwǽg [] m (-es/-as) ocean, sea

Fiffalde see fífalde

fíffeald [] adj five-fold; five each

fíffétede [] adj five-footed (verse)

fíffingre [] f (-an/-an) potentilla, primula, cinquefoil, oxlip?

fífflére [] adj five-storied [flór]

fífgéar [] n (-es/-) period of five years, lustrum

fífhund [] num five hundred

fífhundred [] num five hundred

fíflæppede [] adj having five lobes

fífléaf [] n (-es/-) potentilla, cinquefoil

fífléafe [] f (-an/-an) potentilla, cinquefoil

fífmægen [] n (-es/-) quintuple powers; magic powder

fífnihte [] adj five days old

fífta [] adj fifth


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