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Staff F of the Old English Wordbook.

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


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fand OE 'fandian' 'vb' 'attempt, try, test'
fang OE 'fangian' 'vb' 'join, fasten'
farn OE 'farnian' 'vb' 'prosper'
farse OE 'fersian' 'vb' 'remove, expel, go beyond'
farth OE 'faroþ' 'n' 'shore, sream'
fasthavel OE 'faesthafol' 'adj' 'retentive, tenacious'
fasthidy OE 'faesthýdig' 'adj' 'constant, steadfast'
fastrede OE 'faestraéd' 'adj' 'firm, constant, steadfast'
fatherslay OE 'faedeslaga' 'n' 'parricide'
fath or fathe OE 'faðu' 'n' 'father's sister, aunt on father's side'
fax OE 'faex' 'n' 'hair'
fay OE 'fégan' 'vb' 'join, connect, unite, '
fearspell OE 'faérspell' 'n' 'dreaful tidings'
fearwonder OE 'faérwundor' 'n' 'terrible wonder'
fack OE 'faec' 'n' 'space of time, interval'
fee OE 'feon' (c.f. OHG 'fehon') 'v' 'rejoice,' 'exult'
fee OE 'fea' (c.f. Goth. 'faheþs') 'n' 'joy,' 'exultation'
feeghth OE 'faéhþ' 'n' 'hostility, enmity'
fele OE 'fela' 'adj' 'many, much'
felemighty OE 'felameahtig' 'adj' 'most mighty'
felesinny OE 'felasinnig' 'adj' 'very guilty'
felespeakle OE 'felaspecol' 'adj' 'talkative'
feleworded OE 'felawyrd' 'adj' 'talkative'
ferk OE 'fercian' 'vb' support, help
fere OE 'færa,' ME 'y-fere' 'n' companion, coworker, comrade
fereship OE 'férscipe,' 'n' companionship
fergh/ferrow OE 'feorh' 'n' 'spirit, principle of life'
ferrowbale OE 'feorhbealu' 'n' 'deadly evil'
ferrowbearend OE 'feorhberend' 'n' 'living being'
ferrowcwale OE 'feorhcwalu' 'n' 'slaughter, death'
ferrowbergh OE 'feorhibeorh' 'n' 'refuge'
ferrowdeal OE 'feorhidál' 'n' 'death'
ferrowdollow OE 'feorhdolg' 'n' 'deadly wound'
ferrowhoard OE 'feorhhord' 'n' 'breast'
ferrowhouse OE 'feorhhús' 'n' 'body'
ferrowhkin OE 'feorhcynn' 'n' 'race of mortals'
ferrowhlay OE 'feorhlegu' 'n' 'death'
ferrowly OE 'feorhlic' 'adj' 'vital'
ferrownere OE 'feorhneru' 'n' 'nourishment or life, refuge, salvation'
ferrowrede OE 'feorhraéd' 'n' 'salvation'
ferrowtharf OE 'feorhþearf' 'n' 'urgent need'
fert 'OE ferht' 'adj' 'honest'
ferth or fergth 'OE ferhþ' 'n' 'mind, intellect, soul spirit, life'
ferthcarey or fergthcarey 'OE ferhþcearig' 'n' 'of anxious mind'
ferthwit or fergthwit 'OE ferhþgewit' 'n' 'understanding'
ferthlove or fergthlove 'OE ferhþlufu' 'n' 'heartfelt love'
firbuck 'OE firgenbucca' 'n' 'ibex'
firn 'OE fyren' 'n' 'crime, sin, dire-'
flard or flirt OE 'fleard' 'n' nonsense, stupidity
fleshbirth 'OE flaéscgebyrd' 'n' 'incarnation'
fleshhomed OE 'flaéshhamod' 'adj' incarnate
flit 'OE flit' 'n' 'dispute, quarrel'
flitcraft 'OE flitcraeft' 'n' 'logic'
flitcraftly 'OE flitcraeftlic' 'adj' 'logical'
flite 'OE flītan' 'vb' 'dispute, quarrel'
flitfulness 'OE flitfulnes' 'n' 'litigousness'
flogh OE 'fláh' 'n' wickedness, treachery
folkship OE 'folcscipe' 'n' nation, people
forecome 'OE forecumman' 'vb' 'prevent'
forecwethe or forquethe 'OE forecweðan' 'vb' 'predict'
forething 'OE foreþingian' 'vb' 'plead for, intercede, defend'
fordo 'OE fordōn' 'vb' 'destroy'
forfang 'OE forfang' 'n' 'capture, seizure'
forfare 'OE forféran' 'n' 'perish'
forlead 'OE forlaédan' 'vb' 'seduce'
forlie 'OE forlicgan' 'vb' 'commit adultery'
forlier 'OE forliger' 'n' 'adultery'
formeng 'OE formengan' 'vb' 'associate'
forshape 'OE forscieppan' 'vb' 'transform'
forsit 'OE forsittan' 'vb' 'neglect'
forstride 'OE forstregdan' 'vb' 'destroy'
forsweve 'OE forswefian' 'vb' 'prosper'
forswithe 'OE forswiðe' 'vb' 'crush, overcome'
forthdo 'OE forðdón' 'vb' 'to put forth'
frelse 'OE freols' (kin to MnE 'frolic') 'n' 'feast-day, festival, freedom'
frelseday 'OE fréolsdæg' 'n' Feast-Day, day of festival
Frelseyear 'OE fréolsgér' 'n' Year of Jubilee
freak 'OE frícian' 'vb' 'to dance'
frie 'OE fricgan, friccea' 'vb' 'to research, investigate'
frimful 'OE fremful' 'adj' 'useful, profitable'
fully or fullow OE 'fulligan/fulwigan' 'vb' baptize, christen, consecrate, make holy