Old EnglishspEnglish
Wych-elm nThe Eurasian elm, or witch-elm, Ulmus glabria
Wych-hazel nThe witch-elm; wych-elm.
Wye nIn OE. chiefly, and in later use only in poetic use : 1. one who fights, a fighting man. 2. warrior, soldier. 3. a noble, vigorous man, hence gen. a man or person. 4. applied to the Devil, as 'be the wye that all the world wrought.' 5. a woman, lady.
Wyn nApplied to the old English runic (=w)
Wyncandle nA lamp that gives delight, an epithet of the Sun.
Wynd nA narrow street or passage turning off from a main thoroughfare; a narrow cross-street.
Wyndcraft nThe Art of Weaving.
Wyn-head nThe higher end of a narrow street.
Wyning nA small strong rope for tying a sail. a leg band.
Wynland nA land of delight, a happy pleasant land, heaven, nirvana, utopia.
Wynwort nA pleasant plant
Wyrt-bed nWortbed, a garden bed.
Wyrt-meat nEdible plants or food.
Wyrtmong nWort-mong: spices.
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