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Staff N of the Old English Wordbook.

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


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(n)adder OE 'nædre' 'n' serpent
namecouth OE 'namcúþ' 'adj' well-known
naft OE 'næft' 'n' poverty
nafty OE 'næftig' 'adj' poor
narrowneed OE 'nearonéd' 'n' urgent need
narrowsorrow OE 'nearosorg' 'n' crushing distress/sorrow
neak 'OE hnaécan' 'vb' 'destroy, kill'
nease OE 'neosan' 'vb' visit
neb 'OE nebbian' 'vb' 'retort, rebuke'
needbebode OE 'nýdbebod' 'vb' command
needbetharf OE 'níedbeþearf' 'adj' necessary
needbusy OE 'nydbysig' 'adj' distressed
needfarer OE 'nýdfarer' 'n' fugitive, exile
needhood 'OE naéedhād' 'n' 'compulsion'
needheamed OE 'níedhaémed' 'n' rape
neediwald OE 'nýdgewald' 'n' tyranny
needling OE 'níedling' 'n' slave
needneam OE 'níednaém' 'n' seizure
needtharfly OE 'níedþearflic' 'adj' necessary
needtharfness OE 'níedþearfnes' 'n' necessity
needthew OE 'níedþéow' 'n' slave
needthewy OE 'nýdþéowigan' 'vb' reduce to slavery
neep OE 'néopan' 'vb' engulf, overwhelm
neeth OE 'néþan' 'vb' venture, risk, dare
nerry OE 'nerian' 'vb' save, rescue
nerstead OE 'nerstede' 'n' refuge, sanctuary
nerand OE 'nergend' 'n' saviour, preserver
nese OE 'nesan' 'vb' escape from, survive, be saved
nesh 'OE hnesce' 'adj' 'soft, effeminate'
neten OE 'níeten' 'n' small animal, beast
nevil 'OE nifol' 'adj' 'dark (foggy, misty)'
nige 'OE hnīgan' 'vb' 'bend, bow down'
nim 'OE nima' 'vb' 'take'
nithe 'OE nīð' 'vn' 'spite, enmity'
nither OE 'niðerian' 'vb' depress, abase, bring low
nitten OE 'nyten' 'adj' ignorant
nittenness OE 'nytennes' 'n' ignorance
noss 'OE hnossan' 'vb' 'strike'
noughtly OE 'náhtlic' 'adj' worthless, of no avail
noughtship OE 'náhtscipe' 'n' worthlessness