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Staff D of the Old English Wordbook.

For a full list of etymological and other abbreviations used in these wordlists, see: Forshortenings.


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dealnimming 'OE daélniming' (cf Du 'deelneming' 'n' 'participation'
deathdole 'OE déaðdāl' 'n' 'the seperation of body and soul upon death'
deedboot 'OE daédbōt' 'n' 'penitence'
derf 'OE deorf' 'n' 'trouble'
dern 'OE dyrn' 'adj' 'hidden,secret'
dernlyership or dernliership 'OE dyrnlegerscipe' 'n' 'adultery'
derst 'OE dyrst' 'n' 'tribulation'
derve 'OE deorfan' 'vb' 'exert oneself, labour'
dibb 'OE dybbian' 'vb' 'pay attention'
dighelful 'OE dīegolful' 'adj' 'mysterious'
dighelness 'OE dīegolnes' 'n' 'mystery'
dight 'OE dihtan' 'vb' 'arrange'
dile 'OE dīegol' 'adj/n' 'secret'
doughty 'OE dyhtig' 'adj' 'strong, courageous'
drake 'OE draca' (cf Du 'draak') 'n' 'dragon'
dreg 'OE dreag' 'n' 'A risen ghost, an undead warrior'
dregar/dregs 'Fusion of OE dreag and Old Norse draugar' 'pn' 'Risen ghosts, undead warriors'
dree 'OE dréogan' 'vb' 'suffer, endure'
dretch 'OE dreccan' 'vb' 'torment, oppress'
dreve 'OE dréfan' 'vb' 'disturb, trouble'
dright 'OE dryht' 'adj' 'nation, people, multitude'
drighten OE 'drihten' 'n' 'lord,' 'governer,' 'leader'
drightness OE 'drihtnes' 'n' lordliness, power, majesty
drovey 'OE drōfig' 'adj' 'troublesome'
dwel OE 'dwelian' (cf Du 'dwalen') 'vb' deceive, mislead
dwale 'OE dwola' 'n' 'heresy, error'
dwalecraft OE 'dwolcræft' 'n' idolatry, dark art
dwalegod OE 'dwolgod' 'n' idol, false god
dwalenly OE 'dwolenlic' adv foolishly
dwalespeak OE 'dwolspræc' 'n' heretical teaching
dwaley 'OE dwolic' 'n' 'heretical'