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Staff W of the Old English Wordbook.

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


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warrily 'OE wearglíc' 'adj' 'criminal, vile, wretched'
warry, warrow 'OE wearg, wearh' 'n' 'criminal, outlaw'
warry 'OE werigan' 'vb' 'curse, execrate, abuse'
warrying 'OE wirgung, wergung' 'n' 'curse, cursing'
warryqueddle 'OE weargcwedol' 'adj'. 'prone to cursing, maledictive'
warryqueddle 'OE weargcwedolian' 'vb' 'to curse, speak evil'
warryquethe 'OE wearcweþan' 'vb' 'to curse, speak evil'
warryrood 'OE weargród' 'n' 'gallows, gibbet'
warritree 'OE weargtréow' 'n' 'gallows, gibbet, cross'
weved 'OE wigbed' 'n' altar
wayfare 'OE wegfōr 'n' 'journey, travel'
wallstone 'OE 'weallstan' 'n' mortar, cement
weaponed 'OE waépned' 'adj/n' 'male'
weaponedkin 'OE waépnedcynn' 'n' 'male sex'
weaponedwifester 'OE waépnedwīfestre' 'n' 'hermaphrodite'
whalve 'OE hwealf' 'adj' 'concave'
wharvle 'OE hwurful' 'adj' 'fickle, mutable'
wharve 'OE hweorfan' 'vb' 'turn'
wharvely 'OE hwearflic' 'adj' 'changing, transitory'
wharft 'OE hwearft' 'n' 'revolution'
wharftle 'OE hwearftlian' 'vb' 'revolve'
what 'OE hwate' 'n' 'omen'
wheed 'OE hwaéde' 'adj' 'slight, insignificant'
wheester 'OE hwaéstrian' 'vb' 'murmur, mutter'
whemm 'OE hwemm' 'n' 'angle'
whemm 'OE hwemman' 'vb' 'incline, bend'
whilestitch 'OE hwílsticce' 'n' 'interval'
whilewendly 'OE hwílwendlic' 'adj' 'transitory, temporary'
whirftway 'OE hwyrftweg' 'n' 'escape'
whope 'OE hwópan' 'vb' 'threaten'
whose 'OE hwósan' 'vb' 'cough'
whother 'OE hwoðerian' 'vb' 'foam, surge'
wiegar 'OE wíggár' 'n' 'lance, war-spear'
wigh 'OE wig/wéoh' 'adj' 'holy, consecrated'
wigh 'OE wig/wéoh 'n' 'idol, fetish'
wighbede 'OE wiggebéd' 'n' 'idol prayers'
wighsmith 'OE wigsmiþ 'n' 'maker of idols'
wighgild 'OE wiggild 'n' 'idol worship, fetisism'
wighstall 'OE wigsteall' 'n' 'altar-stand'
wighworth 'OE *wigweorþan' 'vb' 'to worship an idol'
wighworthing 'OE wigweorþung' 'n' 'idol worship, fetishism'
wilder 'OE wilddéor' 'n' 'wild animal, beast, savage'
wilderly 'OE wilddéorlíc' 'adj' 'bestial, brutal, brutish, savage'
willreethy 'OE wilhréþig' 'adj' 'satisfied, exultant'
willsome 'OE wilsum' 'adj' 'desirable'
wirm, werm 'OE wyrm' 'n' 'dragon, serpent'
wirth, wirgth 'OE wyrgþu' 'n' 'curse'
withcwethe, withquethe 'OE wiþcweðan' 'vb' 'speak against, contradict'
witherling 'OE wiþerling' 'n' 'opponent'
withermerse OE 'wiþmærsian' 'vb' proclaim, broadcast, make popular throughout, spread abroad, celebrate
witherstead 'OE wiþerstede' 'n' 'substitution'
withfare 'OE withfaran' 'vb' 'escape'
withhave 'OE wiþhabban' 'vb' 'oppose, resist'
withhaft 'OE wiþhaeftan' 'vb' 'restrain'
withhuy 'OE wiþhycgan' 'adj' 'reject'
withlay 'OE wiþlicgan' 'vb' 'oppose, resist'
withledge 'OE wiþlaécan' 'vb' 'deprive'
withlead 'OE wiþlaédan' 'vb' 'abduct'
withmete 'OE wiþmetan' 'vb' 'compare'
withsake 'OE wiþsake' 'vb' 'renounce'
withsay 'OE wiþsecgan' 'vb' 'renounce'
withspeak 'OE wiþsprecan' 'vb' 'contradict'
wyand 'OE wígend' 'n' 'fighter, warrior'
wye, wie 'OE wíg' 'n' 'war, battle'
wye 'OE wíga' 'n' 'fighter, warrior'
wyefrome 'OE wígfruma 'n' 'war-leader, chieftain, commander'
wyehard 'OE wígheard' 'adj' 'battle-hardy, tough'
wyehaw 'OE wíghaga' 'n' 'phalanx, army wall'
wyehouse 'OE wíghús' 'n' 'war house, tower'
wyleed 'OE wígléoþ' 'n' 'war-song'
wiely 'OE wíglíc' 'adj' 'martial, warlike'
wyred 'OE wígraéden' 'n' 'warfare'
wyethrack 'OE wígþracu' 'n' 'warfare, violence'
wyethreat 'OE wígþréat' 'n' 'military troop'
wyewain 'OE wígwaegn' 'n' 'war chariot, tank'