The Anglish Moot
talemark n date, period in time,; instance, time, moment
[O.E. "tæl" number + "marc" unit of measuring, (usually denomination of weight for currency) but also to literally "mark" as in M.E.]
tamen adj domesticated;
[tame + -en (wordlore 4); cognate-in-self with Latin dominus]
teemful adj abounding in good outcomes; prolific, bountiful
[M.E. "teem" + "ful"]
telcraft n branch of mathematics that deals with the theory of numerical calculations; arithmetic
[OE tælcræft]
tenth n One part of a thing that has been split into ten equal parts; 10% of a one; A piece of currency or a coin that represents one tenth of the whole one; dime, 10 cents
thedekindred n ethnicity;
[from OE thede meaning "nation", "tribe" and kindred meaning species]
thede n people; community, nation, tribe, thede (alternate form), theid (Scotland)
[Obsolete, OE þēod, ME]
thewes n qualities;
thereright n instantly, immediately;
[OE ðærrihte]

therestand n the manner in which a person or thing is placed or arranged; position
[compound: ‘there’ + ‘stand’]
third rock from the sun phr the earth;
thought-drop n idea; mind's eye; belief, thought
[OE 'thought' & 'drop']
thoughtstell n an arrangement of thought in lore; a theory; beholding
[thought + 'stell' from 'stellen' "to put, to place, to arrange"]
thoughtware n A technology invented by Hungarian inventor Gabor Sandor Acs which allows humans to communicate with a computer and between themselves without a keyboard, mouse or other mechanical device. Whatever thought appears in the mind instantly appears on the computer screen. Thoughtware is considered to be the Next Evolution in Human Communications Technology:;
[OE 'thought' & 'ware']
thursefatthistle n carnegiea gigantea;
[O.E thurse, fat, thistle]
tide n time, a specific span of time;; period, season, while; hour; feast-day, Christmastide-Yuletide; canonical hour or service; duration of an event
[O.E. "tid"]
tideliness n opportunity;
[OE tidlicnes]
tiding n message, well wish; errandspeech
[Used in modern English but with limited use.]
tillth n work or effort directed to useful or profitable means; work in cultivating the soil; ploughing, harrowing; the cultivation of knowledge, religion, mind; crop, harvest; land being tilled; a ploughed field; labour, cultivation, agriculture, husbandry
[archaism, from OE tilþe; ‘till’ (vb) + -th]
timeling n an indefinitely brief period of time; moment
[compound: ‘time’ + ‘-ling’ (diminutive)]
timeworn adj worn out with old age, old & feeble; decrepit
[putting together of OE words ‘time’ & ‘worn’]
tofay (tofaying) vb to add, addition,;
[Compound: to+fay]
todealedness (todealtness) n being separate, divided, apart; division, separation, sundering, rivenness
[OE. todaelednyss]
tor n hill or abrupt conical form, lofty hill, eminence, mound, grave, heap, heap of rocks; top of a hill, rocky peak; mount, peak, tumulus
[OE. probably cognate with Gael. torr]
totate n disdain;
[to- + tane]
treadgold n an unusual and interesting surname is of early medieval English origin, and derives from an occupational nickname for an embroiderer,; threadgold.
[O.E. thread/tread & gold]
truth-teller n one who is honest; a trustworthy person;
tuen n divine; godly
[from OE "tīw" + "-en (wordlore 4)"]
turd n a lump or piece of excrement, excrement or ordure; faeces, dung
[from OE turd, now not in polite use]
turdmonger n a vile individual; barbarian, philistine. "That turdmonger, who disdains my precious precepts, greeted me with his vile, dirty dung; barbarian, philistine; low-life.
[from OE turd, now not in polite use: a lump or piece of excrement, or ordure & monger: dealer, trader; pedaller.]
turd-strewn n of an area, place dotted with animal droppings.;
[from OE turd.]
twi-wifing n bigamy; polygamy
[Twi: two; wife: a married woman; ing: possessing the quality of.]
þarf, tharf vb/adj 1. intrans. vb: to be under necessity or obligation (to do something)
- impers. adj: needful
2. unleavened, not leavened, containing no leaven; as in unleavened bread. Unleavened bread is often simply flour mixed with water. Bread or cake without yeast or baking powder; as in tharf-cake; compelled, forced
[1. rare, from OE þurfan - 2. OE and dialect]
þarm, tharm n an intestine; chiefly in pl. 2 an intestine as cleansed and prepared for some purposes. Also in sing., as a substance or material; catgut for fiddlestrings, etc.; intestine(s)
[rare, from OE. þarm, þearm. OTeut. þarmoz: to go through. See modern English ‘thrum’]
þedeship, thedeship n nationality;
þedewielding, thedewielding n political entity that controls, maintains, and represents a nation or state; government
[neologism using archaisms, from ‘thede’ (nation, people) (archaic) + ‘wield’ (guide, manage') (archaic meanings) + ‘-ing’]
þew, thew n 1. accepted or habitual practice
2. the tissue of the body which contracts to exert a force and movement, physical strength, muscle;
[OE þeaw 'habit, custom']
þild, thild n patience;
[OE geþyld, cf. NHG Geduld]
þing, thing vb 1. to invite, address
2. to thrive;
[1. OE þingan - 2. OE geþingan]
þinkly, thinkly adj thinking deeply or seriously, tending to think, intellectual;
þong, thong n growth;
[OE geþang]
Þree-milk, three-milk n the fifth month of the year (because, in the long, spring days, the cows could be milked three times between sunrise and evening); May
[OE Þrimilce]
thursefatthistle n carnegiea gigantea;
[O.E thurse, fat, thistle]
trek n voyage, travel;
[From Dutch 'trek' (voyage)]
trektide n vacation (as in a break from the usual work schedule; "holiday", not the literal meaning of "vacancy" or "vacating");
[trek (voyage) + tide (time)]
þringrising, thringrising vb/adj artesian;
[thring 'pressure' + rising]
throsm n visible vapours from burning matter; smoke
[literary revival, from OE þrosm 'smoke, fume' "As I Lay" thresh of limbs, in choke of throsm: nothing is behind me when I go in,]
truenut n eukaryote;
[Calque from Ancient Greek: ἐΰς (eǘs, 'true') + κάρυον (káruon, 'nut')]
truenutlike n eukaryotic;
['truenut' eukaryote + 'like']
thrumstone n a fibrous mineral made into an incombustible fabric, used formerly as a fireproof insulating material.; earthstone, flaxstone, asbestos
[rare, from ME thrum & stone < OE þrum 'thread' & stan 'stone']
thrutch vb to press, squeeze, crowd, throng; fig:to oppress; thrust, push; jostle; press, crowd, push,
[archaic, from OE þryccan: to press]
thung n any poisonous plant.; banewort, bugbane, baneberry
[archaic, from OE ðung]
thursand [1] n 1 billion;
[archaic ‘thurse’ (giant) + ‘-and’ (hundred); c.f. proposed High Icelandish ‘þursund’]
thurse n giant; ettin
[from Old English þyrs]
thware vb to agree, consent to;
[OE þwærian]
thwear vb to stir, twirl; churn
[OE þweran]
twimas ' the period between Christmas and New Year;
[OE twi (two) & mass (celebration)]
twine vb to decrease, lessen;
[OE þwínan]
twishank ' a human being; a twenty (sl); a man
[OE twi (two) & shank (leg)]
thwite vb to cut, whittle; snithe
[archaic, from OE þwítan]
Twingland n Tajikistan;
[<"twain (طَوَى)" + -ing ()" + "land"]
twirlirood n swastika; filfoot (<OE fylfot), hokenrood (<G hakenrute), gammadion, tetraskelion, wan
[twirly + rood]