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aúhjdus, sm. tumult, 385.
aúhjn, wv. II, to make a noise, cry aloud.
*aúhns, sm. oven. OE. ofen, OHG. ofan.
aúhsa, wm. ox, 11, 32, 122, 125, 174, 206, 208 note. OE. oxa, OHG. ohso.
aúhuma, aj. higher, high, 246.
aúhumists (aúhmists), aj. highest, chief, 246. OE. ámest.
áuk, cj. for, because, but, also, 351; áuk raíhtis, for. OE. ac, OHG. ouh.
áukan, sv. VII, to add, increase, 10, 50, 104, 129, 162, 312 note, 313. OE. acian, OHG. ouhhn.
aúrahi, sf. or aúrahj ?wf. tomb, grave.
aúirkeis, sm. jug, cup. OE. orc, Lat. urceus.
áus, wn. ear, 11, 50, 136, 137, 214 OE. are, OHG. ra.
áuida, sf. wilderness, desert, 384.
s, aj. desert, waste, 234. OHG. di.
awiliudn, wv. II, to thank, give thanks, 325.
awistr, sn. sheepfold, 182. OE. eowestre.
aw, wf. grandmother. Cp. Lat. ava.
azts, aj. easy, 428.
azg, wf. cinder, ash, 167, 175, 211. OE. asce, æsce, OHG. asca.
azymus, sm. unleavened bread, gen. pl. azym Gr. .
-ba, av. suffix, 344.
badi, sn. bed, 15, 161, 187 OE. bedd, OHG. betti.
bagms, sm. tree, 22, 159, 168, 180, 351. OE. bam, OHG. boum.
bái (acc. bans, dat. báim, nom. acc. neut. ba), num. both. OE. masc. b.
baíran, sv. IV, to bear, carry, bring forth, 10, 14, 25, 39 note, 67, 69, 71, 75, 87-9, 90 note, 97, 114, 122, 124, 132, 136, 144, 161, 291, 305. OE. OHG. beran.
baírgahei, wf. hill-country, 393. A deriv. of *bairgs, OE. beorg, OHG. berg, hill, mountain.
baírgan, sv. IV, to hide, keep, preserve, protect, 167, 304, 428 OE. beorgan, OHG. bergan.
baírhtaba, av. brightly, clearly, 344.
baírhtei, wf. brightness, 212; in baírhtein, openly.
baírhtjan, wv. I, to reveal. OE. bierhtan, to shine.
baírhts, aj. bright, manifest, 227, 390. OE. beorht, OHG. berht, beraht.
báitrei, wf. bitterness, 212, 383.
báitrs, aj. bitter, 227. OE. biter, bitter, OHG. bittar.
bajs, num. both, 255. OHG. bde, beide.
balgs, sm. leather bag, wine-skin, bottle, 197. OE. belg, OHG. balg.
bals-agga, see hals-agga.
balsan, sn. balsam. OHG. balsamo, from Gr. through Lat. balsamum.
balei, wf. boldness, 212. OHG. bald.
balwjan, wv. I, to torment, plague, 428.
bandi, sf. band, bond, 6, 87, 115, 122, 193, 354. OE. bend, OHG. bant.

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