By J.B., Jr. Bessinger
The writer has tried to hide the vocabulary of the full corpus of Anglo-Saxon verse and make the word-list as widely priceless as attainable for the overall scholar of Anglo-Saxon literature.
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Gift, giving, favor; generosity, grace; name of palatal G-rune (396) 3iehJ>(u) (3iehJ>a) /. grief (15) 3Íeld (^) n. suff. sg. glory, pride, boast (58) 3Íelpan (ea, gulpon, o) 3 boast; rejoice (58) 3Íelpen aj. boastful (58) 3Íeman / care about, attend to (32) 3Íeme-léas aj. heedless (224) 3Íemen (^a) /. care, heed (32) 3Íemend (^) m. ruler (32) 3Îen(a) av. yet, still, further (70) 3Íengra (^n) m. sg. handmaid (188) 3Íepe aj. sg. rod, staff (4) sierela (^n) m. garment (2) 3iernan / yearn for ; entreat (228) 3¿erran (sear, gurron, o) 3 creak (1) 3ierwan / make ready, prepare; dress; decorate (225) 3iest/gaest (~as) m.
Hospitality (68) 5Îet(a) av. yet, still (93) -3Íetan (ea, éa, ie) 5 acquire, get: be^ acquire, get: for^ forget: ofer^ forget: on^ understand (166) 3Íetan / make (blood) flow ; destroy, kill (42) 3Ífer (~as) m. glutton (36) 3Ífre aj. useful (3) 3Ífre aj. n. gift; dowry (396) 3Ígant (~as) m. giant (3) 3Ímm (~as) m. sg. sg. vastness, abyss (21) -3Ínan (-gán, -sinon, i) 1 gape: be^ swallow: to^' yawn, gape (21) 3Ínn aj. spacious (21) ^-'faest aj. sample, liberal (372) ^wísed aj. sg. vulture (21) 3Íren see grin 3Ísl (^as) m.
Sg. sg. vastness, abyss (21) -3Ínan (-gán, -sinon, i) 1 gape: be^ swallow: to^' yawn, gape (21) 3Ínn aj. spacious (21) ^-'faest aj. sample, liberal (372) ^wísed aj. sg. vulture (21) 3Íren see grin 3Ísl (^as) m. hostage (2) 3Ítsere (sítseras) m. avaricious person (13) 3Ítsian // desire, covet (13) 3Ítsung ('^a) /. sg. noisy revelry (7) gléaw aj. clever, knowing, keen, wise; good (107) gléawe av. wisely; well (107) 27 glemm glemm (~as) m. wound (1) for-glendran I devour (1) gleng (~a) /. ornament; honor (9) glengan I ornament, adorn (9) gléo/glíes (~) n.
A Short Dictionary of Anglo-Saxon Poetry: In a Normalized Early West-Saxon Orthography by J.B., Jr. Bessinger