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WORDMEANINGKINDFOREBEARWHENCENOTES
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a᛫ per ᛫PREP~NE
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abaft᛫ in or behind the stern of a ship ᛬ behind ᛫ aft of ᛫ADV᛬PREP~NE
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abbotric᛫ an abbacy ᛫N~NEᚠ(O+E)
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abide
᛫ to act in accordance with ᛫ to tolerate ᛫ to remain ᛫ to wait ᛫ to wait for ᛫ to await ᛫ to persist ᛫ to reside ᛫ to face ( in combat etc ) ᛫
V~NE
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abiding᛫ enduring ᛫ADJ~NE
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abidinghouse᛫ an almshouse ᛫ a poorhouse ᛫Nabiding houseNE
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abidingness᛫ permanence ᛫ endurance ᛫N~NE
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abite᛫ to devour ᛫ to mangle ᛫ to bite to death ᛫VabītanOE
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Abkhazland᛫ Abkhazia ᛫PNAbkhaz+landNEᚠ(O+NE)or: Abkhazy; Ahwyntkarra
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abode᛫ a place of residence ᛫ residence ᛫ a stay ᛫ a sojourn ᛫N~NEkin: abide
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aboveboard᛫ transparent ( as in not hidden ) ᛫ legitimate and in the open ᛬ openly and legitimately ᛫ADJ᛬ADVaboveboardNE
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abraid᛫ to move violently ᛫ to burst forth ᛫ to start up ᛫ to awake ᛫Vabraid&abreidenNE&ME
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abreast᛫ to make abreast ᛫ to inform ᛬ informed ᛬ parallel ᛫ alongside ᛫V᛬ADJ᛬PREP~NE
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abreasting᛫ information ᛫Nabreast+ingNE+NE
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abreethe᛫ to degenerate ᛫ to deteriorate ᛫VabrēoþanOE
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abroad᛫ in or to a foreign country ᛫ away from home ᛫ in different directions ᛫ADV~NE
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abrook᛫ to endure ᛫ to tolerate ᛫V~NE
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abrothen᛫ degenerate ᛫ADJabroþenOE
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abrothenness᛫ degeneracy ᛫NābroþennessOE
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abye᛫ to suffer a penalty ᛫ to atone ᛫ to pay for something ᛫Vabye[abīen][ābycgan]NE
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abye᛫ to bow ᛫ to bend ᛫ to turn ᛫ to inflect ( grammar term ) ᛫VgebīganOE
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abying᛫ case ( grammar term ) ᛫NgebīgednysOE
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achare᛫ to avert ᛫ to turn away ᛫Vacyrran{ME chēren}OE
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acharing᛫ an aversion ᛫ a turning ᛫ a conversion ᛫NacyrrednesOE
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achesoothing᛫ anodyne ᛫ADJache+soothingNE+NE
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ack᛫ but ᛫ however ᛫ except ᛫CONJacME
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ackle᛫ frightened ᛫ terrified ᛫ADJacolOE
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acknow᛫ to recognize ᛫ to identify ᛫ to acknowledge ᛫ to be acquainted with ᛫Vacknow&iknouen&gecnāwanNE&ME&OE
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acknowledge᛫ to recognize something's validity existence presence or standing ᛫V~NE
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aclove᛫ a duplicate charter ᛫ a copy ᛫ a duplicate ᚹ ᛬ to copy ᚹ ᛫ to duplicate ᚹ ᛫N᛬Viclova&geclofaME&OE
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acorn᛫ the fruit of an oak ᛫N~NE
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acost᛫ proven ᛫ tried and true ᛫ tested ᛫ADJgecostOE
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acre᛫ an English unit of land area ( 4840 square yards ) ᛫ a wide expanse ᛫ a large quantity ᛫N~NE
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acreman᛫ a husbandman ᛫ a plowman ᛫ a farmer ᚹ ᛫NakermanME
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acretilth᛫ agriculture ᛫Nacre+tilthNE+NEakkerbouw (NLᛣ)
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addeem᛫ to adjudge ᛫V~[adēman]NE
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adder᛫ a viper ᛫N~NETS: nadder
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adderbiter᛫ an ichneumon ᛫ an Egyptian mongoose ᛫ a mongoose ᚹ ᛫NnǣderbitaOE
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adderkin᛫ a Serpentes animal ? ᛫NnǣdercynnOE
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adderwort᛫ a Persicaria bistorta plant ᛫N~NETS: nadderwort | old treatment for snake bites?
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addle᛫ putrid ᛫ rotten ᛫ADJ~[adela]NE
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addled᛫ confused ᛫ADJ~NE
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addlings᛫ earnings ᛫N~NE
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adight᛫ to arrange ᛫ to set up ᛫ to edit ᚹ ᛫VadightME
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adle᛫ illness ᛫ ailment ᛫ disease ᛫Nā̆dleME
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ado᛫ to do away with ᛫ to take away ᛫ subtract ᛫ to remove ᛫Vādōn&ādōnME&OEequal to: do off?
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ado᛫ trouble ᛫ difficulty ᛫ fuss ᛫ bustling activity ᛫N~NE
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adole᛫ a division ᛫ a separation ᛫ a dissolution ᛫ a parting ᛫ a separating ᛫ a dividing ᛫ a dispensation ᛫ a portion ᛫NgedālOE
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adrench᛫ to drown ᛫ to sink ᛫ to overwhelm ᛫ to suffocate ᛫VadrenchenME
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adwesh᛫ to extinguish ᛫ to blot out ᛫ to delete ᛫ to quench ᛫VadweshenME
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afare᛫ to depart ᛫V~NE
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afear᛫ to frighten ᛫ to terrify ᛫V~NE
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afeared᛫ frightened ᛫ terrified ᛫ afraid ᛫ADJ~NE
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afee᛫ to rejoice ᛫ to exult ᛫ to celebrate ᛫VgefēonOE
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afere᛫ a companion ᛫ a comrade ᛫ a friend ᛫ a spouse ᛫ a mate ᛫ a peer ᛫Nifẹ̄re[gefēra]ME
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afford᛫ to be able to pay for ᛫ to provide ᛫V~NE
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Afghanistan᛫ Afghanistan ᛫PN~NEᚠOor: Afghanland
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afire᛫ to castrate ᛫VafȳranOE
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afired᛫ a eunuch ᛫ a castrated animal ᛫NafȳridaOE
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afoot᛫ in action ᛫ in process ᛫ in the area ᛫ADV~NE
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afore᛫ before ᛫ in front of ᛫ opposite ᛫ADV&PREPafore&afō̆rnNE&ME
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aforesaid᛫ aforementioned ᛫ADJ~NE
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aforethought᛫ premeditated ᛫ADJ~NE
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afoul᛫ in conflict with ᛫ADV~NE
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Africk᛫ Africa ᛫PNAffrīk&AffricaME&OE
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aft᛫ a stern of a vessel ᛬ located at the back of a vehicle ᛬ at near or towards a vessel's stern ᛫N᛬ADJ᛬ADV~NE
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after (prefix)᛫ post- ᛫AFF~NE
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afterbear᛫ a descendant ᛫N~NE
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afterbild᛫ an afterimage ᛫Nafter+bildNE+NE
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afterbirth᛫ a placenta ᛫N~NE
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afterborn᛫ posthumous ( born after father's death ) ᛫ADJ~NE
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afterbrain᛫ a myelencephalon ᛫N~NE
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aftercomer᛫ a successor ᛫NaftercomerNE
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aftercoming᛫ a sequel ᛫ a consequence ᛫ a result ᛬ succeeding ᛫N᛬ADJ~NE
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afterdeal᛫ a disadvantage ᛫N~NE
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afterdeath᛫ post-mortem ᛫ADJ~NE
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afterdoomsdayly᛫ post-apocalyptic ᛫ADJafter+dooms+day+lyNE+NE+NE+NE
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afterfayle᛫ a suffix ᛫Nafter+feien+leNE+ME+MEachtervoegsel (NLᛣ)
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afterganger᛫ a follower ᛫ a successor ᛫NæftergengaOE
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afterhand᛫ subsequently ᛫ADV~NE
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afterling᛫ an after follower ᛫ a descendant ᛫N~NE
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Afterlithe᛫ July ᛫PNÆftera LiþaOEor: meedmonth (from mǽdmōnaþ)?
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afterlook᛫ a retrospective look ᛫ a review ᛫N~NE
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aftermath᛫ consequences ( usually of something bad ) ᛫N~NE
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aftermidday᛫ afternoon ᛫N~NE
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afters᛫ dessert ᛫ sweets ᛫ the last course of a meal ᛫N~NE
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afterspeak᛫ to claim ( possession ) ᛫VæftersprecanOE
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afterspeech᛫ a claim ( of possession ) ᛫NæfterspræcOE
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aftertime᛫ the future ᛫N~NE
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afterword᛫ an epilogue ᛫ a postscript ᛫N~NE
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Afteryule᛫ January ᛫PNÆfterra GeolaOE
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against᛫ versus ᛫ contrary to ᛫ in opposition to ᛫PREP~NE
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aghast᛫ horrified ᛫ shocked ᛫ADJ~NE
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agraith᛫ to make ready ᛫ prepare ᛫ to dress a wound ᛫ to adorn ᛫ to embellish ᛫VagraithenMEᚠN
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agraithing᛫ embellishment ᛫ ornament ᛫NagraithingMEᚠN
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ahap᛫ fitting ᛫ suitable ᛫ADJgehæpOE
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ahearsome᛫ to obey ᛫ be obedient ᛫VihērsumenME
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aheave᛫ to heave up ᛫ to elevate ᛫ to exalt ᛫VahebbanOE
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aholy᛫ to consecrate ᛫ to dedicate ᛫ to initiate ᛫ to make holy ᛫VgehālgianOE
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