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Revision as of 03:24, 18 November 2015

Staff V of the English Wordbook.

Basic abbreviations:

  • OE = Old English
  • ME = Middle English
  • PG = Or-theedish
  • SC = Scots
  • SW = Swedish
  • Dan. = Danish
  • ON = Old Norse
  • OS = Old Saxon
  • NHG = New Hightheech
  • IC = Icelandish
  • H.IC = High Icelandish
  • Du. = Netherlandish
  • Fris. = Friesish

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


A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z



Chancery English Class Anglish/English
Attested Unattested
vacancy n black hole, emptyness; bareness -
vacant adj bare; fallow, off; deadpan, numb; forgotten, forsaken toom (<OE tóm)
vacate vb empty -
vacation n break, holiday, leave -
vaccine n jab -
vacuity n black hole, emptiness; bareness -
vacuum n - tome (OE tōm 'empty')
vague adj fuzzy; dim unswotel
vagina n - sheath (cf. NHG Scheide), maytril
vain adj 1. cocky, high-and-mighty, snotty; 2. worthless, idle 3. empty, shallow, worthless, hollow -
vain, in phr for nothing, worthlessly, in wanhope -
valediction n goodbye, farewell, leave-taking -
valerian n all-heal -
valet n theen, steward -
valiant adj bold, doughty, fearless, stalworth -
valid adj sound, well-grounded -
valley n dale
deep, of a stream: dene
wide, grassy: slade
narrow, steep: clove
-
value n worth merit: meed
value vb worthen -
vampire n bloodsucker, shark, wolf drow (<OE dréag)
bloodfiend, bloodnicker
vanguard n - andward (calque)
vanir n - wanes (calque of the ON)
vanish vb melt, sink fordwine
vanity n pride -
vapour n - athom (<OE ǽðm), damp (original meaning of damp)
variant n sundering -
variation n - frothering
offwrixling (cf. Fr. ôfwikseling)
variegated adj rainbow; dotted manyhued
variety n kind -
various adj rainbow mistly (<OE mistlic)
vas deferens n - seedladder (calque)
vassal n feeman -
vast adj great, endless -
vault of heaven n - rother (<OE rodor)
veal n - calf-flesh
veer vb swerve, trundle -
veil n wimple -
vegetable n - green
vehicle n - farewain, farecraft
vein n - adder (<OE ædre), leat, bloodburrow
velcro n - graspcloth, fangcloth
velociraptor  n - speedreaver, dashsnatcher
vendor n seller, dealer -
venesection n bloodletting -
venison n - roeflesh (cf. NHG Rehfleisch)
venom n/vb - atter
vent n hole -
venturesome adj daring, free-swinging thriste (<OE)
veracious adj true luter (<OE hlutor)
verb n - deedword, workword
verbal adj wordy; spoken, unwritten, word-of-mouth -
verbose adj long-winded -
verbosity n wordiness -
verdant n green, lush -
verge n brink, edge, threshold -
verify vb check -
verily adv truly, soothly, indeed, forsooth -
verity n truth. (see Truth and sooth, verity and reality) -
vernacular n unbookish mean speech
vernal adj spring -
verse n - yedding (<OE geddung)

stave, staff

leethcraft (OE)

version n reading, betokening leaf, wend, reckoning, aspelling
versus prep against -
vertical adj standing, upright weft
vertically adv heightwise -
vertigo n - highweariness
veruca n wart -
vervain n - ash-throat (<OE æscðrote)
very adj/adv

1. through-, ful-, for-, so, highly; greatly, mighty, sorely, sore; way; 2. much, truly, soothly, forsooth, indeed, rather, rattling, mickle, dead, fele, fell; 3. same, selfsame; 4. sheer; utter; 5. true, truly, full; 6. true; 7. rightful, lawful



very much: most (att'd <OE mǽst), well

swith (<OE swíðe)




very fair: forfair (<OE forfæger)

very good: eregood (<OE ǽrgód), fulgood (<OE fulgód)

very guilty: throughshildy (<OE þurhscyldig)

very many: fele (<OE fela), foremany (<OE foremanig), formany (<OE formanig), full many

very much: forswithe (<OE forswíðe), fortharl (<OE forþearle), fulswithe (<OE fulswíðe), stithe (<OE stíðe), swithe (<OE swíðe), tharl (<OE þearle), yarrow (<OE gearwe)

very old: orold (<OE oreald)

very wealthy: throughspeedy (<OE þurhspédig)

vesica n bladder -
vespertilines n bat rere-mouse, rye-mouse, flitter-mouse
vessel n vat, ship -
vest n British: undershirt
American: waistcoat
-
vex vb nettle

teen (<OE teonian), grill (<OE grillan), dreeve (<OE drefan)

vexation n feaze dreevedness (<OE drefednes)
via conj by -
vibrate vb shiver, shudder, quiver, shake -
vicar n - speller, spelland (<OE speliend)
vicarious adj - wician, wice
viceroy n - underking (<OE undercyning)
vicinity n nearness; neighbourhood -
vicious adj - nithe
vicissitude n ups and downs, seesaw ebbs and flows, ebb and neap, wends and wynds, wax and wanes
victim n - armshed
victor n winner -
victory n win sie (<ME siȝe<OE sige), sigory
video n - showing
video CD n - white book
video game n - stream game
view n outlook, eyeshot, sight, insight -
view vb look, watch, see, gaze, gawk -
viewer n onlooker, witness, watcher -
vigil n wakefulness, wake, watch -
vigilance n heedness, wareness, watchfulnes rathing
vigilant adj eye-bright, wakeful, aware, wary, watchful, wide awake, wakerife, ware, sharp -
vigilante n watchman, warder, ward, keeper, overseer folkreve (<OE folcgérefa)

vigilance comittee member selfbeadle, selfsheriff

vigour n liveliness, drive -
vigourous adj hearty, rathe, lusty, driving, lively, hale, yauld rathsome (OE hræþ)
vile adj evil, wicked, loathsome -
village n wick, town, whistle-stop hemling, ham, thorpe
villain n black hat nithing (<OE niðing)
vine n - drovebeam (cf. Fr. druvebeam)
violate vb breach -
violence n foul play -
violent adj stormy; dreadful; mad hest (<OE haeste), hattle, riff, tharl
grimful (<OE grimful)
violet adj - tever (<OE teafor), bawse (<OE basu)
violin n fiddle -
violoncello n - knee fiddle
virgin n maiden unswiven
virginity n maidenhood unswivenhood
virtually adv almost, nearly, seemingly -
virtue n worth, uprightness; doughtiness, heart

douth (<OE duguþ)

virtuous adj right-minded douthsome (cf. Du. deugdzaam)
virus n - weevil
visage n blee, likeness neb (<OE nebb)
viscosity n stickiness, clinginess -
viscous adj sticky, clingy, ropy -
viscum n mistletoe, balder's bane -
visible adj - seenly (<ME seheliche)
vision n sight; dream, sweven -
visionary adj farsighted, foresighted -
visit vb call upon, drop in fandle (<Old Frisian)

beseek

visit n - fandle, beseeking
visitor n caller, guest fandler
vital adj flush, lusty, red-blooded; mettlesome, springy; needed; fell; key -
vitality n liveliness, beans dodrive
vocabulary n word-hoard -
vocal adj loud, outspoken -
vociferous adj outspoken, loudmouthed -
vodka n - Russlandish lifewater
voice n - reard (<OE reord)
steven (<OE stefn)
voiced adj soft, weak, flat -
voiceless adj hard, strong, sharp stevenless (calque)
void n/adj

n: black hole, emptiness

adj: bereft

room (<OR rūm)

toom (<OE tōm)

volcano n - fireberg, firefell
völkisch adj folkish (att'd; <OE folcisc) -
volume n book: wad
acoustics: din, loudness
physics: bulk, roommeal (cf. Ic. rúmmál), inhold (cf. Du. inhoud)
voluntary adj willing, freewilling -
volunteer n - freewill worker
vomer n - ploughshare bone
vomit vb spew, puke, throw up, hurl, retch, upchuck -
vomit n spew, puke, sick, throw-up, hurl -
vote n/vb poll, show of hands
vb: choose
coring (<OE corenes), steven
vow n/vb oath, behest, pledge, troth, word behest, behight
vowel n - clipple (<OE clipol)
voyage n/vb sail farfareld
vulgar adj low, filthy, ill-bred churly (<OE ceorllic)
vulpine adj foxlike -
vulture n - geir (calque)
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