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Staff E of the Old English Wordbook.

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


A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P Q R S U W Y



ea OE 'éa' 'n' river
eak OE 'éacan' 'vb' increase
ed- 'OE ed-' 'prefix (forefastening/fore-wordbit)' 'again, back, (samehood [equivalent] of re-)'
eady OE 'éadig' 'adj' wealthy, prosperous, blessed, happy
edlean 'OE edléan' 'n' 'reward'
edledge 'OE edlaecan' 'vb' 'repeat'
ednew 'OE ednīwian' 'vb' 'renew'
edshaft 'OE edscaft' 'n' 'regeneration, new creature'
edsight 'OE edsihþ' 'vb' 'respect'
edstathel 'OE edstaðolian' 'vb' 'restore'
edstall 'OE edstalian' 'vb' 'restore'
edwend 'OE edwendan' 'vb' 'return'
edwist 'OE edwist' 'n' 'sustenance, food, being, substance'
eft, eft- 'OE eft(-)' 'adv', 'pref' 'again, back, (samehood [equivalent] of re-)'
eftarise 'OE eftárísan(-)' 'vb' 'ressurect, rise again'
eftchar 'OE eftcyrran' 'vb' 'return'
eftcome 'OE eftcuman' 'vb' 'return'
eftimind 'OE eftgemindgian' 'vb' 'remember'
eftlooking 'OE eftlócung' 'n' 'respect, regard'
eftsit 'OE eftsittan' 'vb' 'reside'
eftsithe 'OE eftsíð' 'n' 'journey back'
eftwharve 'OE efthweorfan' 'vb' 'return'
efty 'OE eftgian' 'vb' 'repeat'
eight 'OE éhtan' 'vb' 'attack, persecute'
eight 'OE eaht' 'n' 'assembly, council, estimation, esteem'
eight 'OE eahtan' 'vb' 'estimate, appreciate, esteem'
elk 'OE elcian' 'vb' 'put off, delay'
eldeth 'OE ealdo' 'n' 'vessel'
eldkind 'OE ealdgecynd' 'n' 'original nature'
eldsith 'OE ealdgesíþ' 'n' 'old comrade'
eldwork 'OE ealdgeweorc' 'n' 'old-standing work, the world'
eldfather 'OE ealdefaeder' 'n' 'grandfather'
eldmother 'OE ealdemódor' 'n' 'assembly, council, estimation, esteem'
eldspeech 'OE ealdspraéc' 'n' 'proverb, by-word'
eldweary 'OE ealdwwerig' 'adj' 'accursed from old times'
eldwitter 'OE ealdwita' 'n' 'sage, wise-man'
elg, ellow 'OE ealgian' 'vb' 'protect, defend'
elsh OE 'ealh' (OE 'wealh' became 'Welsh') (c.f. Goth 'alh,' OHG 'alah') 'n' temple
endbirth OE 'endebyrd' 'n' 'order,' 'arrangement'
endbirthe OE 'endebyrdan' 'vb' to set in order, to arrange
endbirthend OE 'endebyrdend' 'n' one who orders or arranges
endbirthness OE 'endebyrdnesse' 'n' rank, order, class, succession, system, narrative, grand narrative
ern OE 'ern' 'n' grain, harvest
ernth OE 'ernð' 'n' crop (of grain)
ersh OE 'ersc' 'n' park, preserve
evenleether 'OE efenhléoðor' 'n' 'harmony, union of sounds'
evenold 'OE efeneald' 'n/adj' 'contemporary'
evensorrow 'OE efensārgian' 'vb' 'commiserate, feel compassion for'
evensorry 'OE efensārig' 'vb' 'compassionate'
eventhraw 'OE efenþrōwain' 'vb' 'sympathise'
eveth OE 'eavoþ' 'adj' power, might

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