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Staff L of the Old English Wordbook.

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


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lacker 'OE hlaccerian' 'vb' 'deride, mock
lake 'OE lācan' 'vb' 'fly, move'
laste 'OE hlæst' 'n' 'burden, load
laste 'OE hlæstan' 'vb' 'burden, load
lathe 'OE laðian' 'vb' 'invite'
lax 'OE leax' 'n' 'salmon
leak OE 'lac' 'n' 'offering, sacrifice, gift, present'
leaksong OE 'lacsang' 'n' 'offertory, offertoire, offertory hymn'
lease 'OE léase' 'adv' 'falsely
leaser 'OE léasere' 'n' 'hypocrite
leer 'OE léoran' 'vb' 'vanish, die, depart
lee 'OE hléo' 'n' 'refuge, protection, shelter
leeth 'OE léoþ' 'n' 'poem
leethcraft 'OE léoþcraeft' 'n' 'poetry
leether 'OE hléoðor' 'n' 'sound, voice, song
leether 'OE hléoðorian' 'vb' 'sound, speak, proclaim
leetherquid 'OE hléoðorcwide' 'n' 'speaking, discourse, proclamation
leighter OE 'leahtor' 'n' 'vice, sin, offence, crime, fault; reproach; disease, injury'
leighter OE 'leahtrian' 'v' 'to accuse, revile, reprove, blame; corrupt'
leighterquid OE 'leahtorcwide' 'n' shameful or disgraceful speech
leighterful OE 'leahtorful' 'adj' vicious, seductive
lem 'OE hlem' 'n' 'sound
lew 'OE hléow' 'adj' 'sheltered, warm
lewth 'OE léowþ' 'n' 'warmth, shelter
lide 'OE hlídan' 'vb' 'come forth, spring up
linse 'OE hlynsian' 'vb' 'resound'
lite OE 'wlite' 'n' looks, appearance
lither 'OE lydre' 'adj' 'bad, wicked, corrupt
lode OE 'lad' 'n' road, way, path