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 largely necessary as attainable for the overall scholar of Anglo-Saxon literature.
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East, easterly, eastward (47) éastan av. from the east (47) Easter- pref. Easter (47) éasterne aj. eastern, oriental (47) éawan/íewan /show, present, reveal (82) 17 éawunga efenettan / make equal (110) éawunga av. sg. axle (4) efnan / accomplish, cause; make, preeaxl (~a)/. sg. intersection of the eft av. sg. fear, terror (218) ~3e-stealla (~n) m. shoulder-compan- esesa (^n) m. terror (218) ion, comrade (16) esesan av. very, terribly (218) ea>- pref. easily (141) esesian // terrify (218) ^be-3Íete aj.
Seen with difficulty, imperceptible (1) ^taécne aj. sg. arrow (7) ^faru (-fara) /. flight of arrows ; attack (366) earm (^as) m. av. poor(ly), wretched (ly) (169) ^scaepen aj. wretched (340) earn (^as) m. eagle (20) earn see iornan earnian II earn, merit (30) earnung (^a) /. desert, merit (30) earu aj. quick, active (2) earwunga av. av. east, easterly, eastward (47) éastan av. from the east (47) Easter- pref. Easter (47) éasterne aj. eastern, oriental (47) éawan/íewan /show, present, reveal (82) 17 éawunga efenettan / make equal (110) éawunga av.
Sg. Lammas (August 1st) (6) hláford (—as) m. lord, master (89) hlamm see hlimman hlanc aj. sg. noise; laughter; jubilation; scorn (32) hléapan (éo, éo, éa) 7 run, jump, leap: 3e— mount (a horse) (15) hléat see hléotan hlemm (—as) m. sound, noise (15) hlemman I sound noisily (15) hlenóe (hlencan) /. armor (1) hleo(5or (—) n. voice, sound, song; hearing; prophecy (62) hléoftrian 77 speak, sound out, resound (of the voice) (62) hléonaj? sg. shelter (61) hléop see hléapan hléor (—) n. sg. pl. ) (398; 652) —dropa (—n) m.