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Staff H of the Old English Wordbook.

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


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haftdom 'OE haeftdom' 'n' 'captivity, slavery'
haften 'OE haeftnian' 'vb' 'take prisonor/captive, detain'
haftling 'OE haeftling' 'n' 'prisoner, captive'
halftrindle 'OE healftryndel' 'n' 'hemisphere'
halse 'OE hālsian' 'vb' 'exorcise, implore, beseech'
halsing 'OE hālsung' 'n' 'exorcism'
handgang 'OE handgang' 'n' 'surrender, submission'
handmoot 'OE handimót' 'n' 'battle'
handsel 'OE handgesella' 'n' 'companion'
handwrit 'OE handgewrit' 'n' 'autograph'
handwhile 'OE handhwíl' 'n' 'instant'
hardmooded 'OE heardmód' 'adj' 'brave, obstinate'
harmquithle 'OE hearmcwidolian' 'vb' 'speak evil, slander'
harrow 'OE hearh' 'n' 'heathen temple'
harpsong 'OE hearpsang' 'n' 'psalme'
hassle, hawstold 'OE hagosteald' 'n' 'celibacy, unmarried person'
hath 'OE heaþu' 'n' 'war, battle, Höðr (as name)'
hathburn 'OE heaþubyrne 'n' 'battle-armour'
hathdeer 'OE heaþudeor' 'adj' 'brave in war'
hathfire 'OE heaþufyr' 'n' 'war-fire, explosion'
hathgrim 'OE heaþugrim' 'adj' 'fierce in war'
hathelm 'OE heaþuhelm' 'n' 'battle-helm'
hathlock 'OE heaþulac' 'n' 'battle, war-games'
hathlind 'OE heaþulind' 'n' 'battle-shield'
hathmere 'OE heaþumaere' 'adj' 'battle-famous'
hathrease 'OE heaþuraes' 'n' 'battle-rush, onslaught'
hathrink 'OE heaþurinc' 'n' 'a warrior'
hean 'OE híenan' 'vb' 'abase, humble'
heanhood 'OE héanhád' 'vb' 'difficulty'
heanmooded 'OE héanmód' 'n' 'downcast, depressed'
heanspeedy 'OE héanspédig' 'adj' 'poor'
heanth 'OE híenþ' 'n' 'humiliation'
herely 'OE herelic' 'adj' 'martial'
hiedy 'OE hygdig' 'adj' 'considerate, chaste, modest'
hiedily 'OE hygdiglíce' 'adv' 'chastely, modestly'
hiediness 'OE hygedignes' 'n' 'chastity, modesty'
high 'OE hyge' 'n' 'mind, heart, soul'
highblind 'OE hygeblind 'adj' 'blind of mind'
highblithe 'OE hygeblíþe' 'adj' 'glad at heart'
highcraft 'OE hygecraeft' 'n' 'mental power'
highfast 'OE hygefaest' 'adj' 'prudent, firm of mind'
highfrover 'OE hygefrófor 'n' 'peace of mind, consolation'
highgale 'OE hygegál' 'adj' 'light minded, wanton'
highless 'OE hygeléas' 'adj' 'thoughtless, careless'
highroun 'OE hygerún' 'n' 'secret of the mind'
highsorrow 'OE hygesorh' 'n' 'anxiety'
highthank 'OE hygeþanc' 'n' 'thought'
highthankle 'OE hygeþancol' 'adj' 'thoughtful'
hightrow 'OE hygetréow' 'n' 'faith deliberately pledged'
highyomer 'OE hygegéomor' 'adj' 'sad in mind, sorrowful'
hoad 'OE hád' 'n' 'rank'
hold 'OE hold' 'adj' 'kind, peaceful, pleasant'
holdoath 'OE holdáþ' 'n' 'an oath of fealty, loyalty'
holdfast 'OE healdfaest' 'adj' 'safe, loyal'
holdand 'OE healdend' 'n' 'protector guardian'
holdly 'OE holdlíc' 'adj' 'faithful'
holdship 'OE holdscipe' 'n' 'loyalty, allegiance'
holdsome 'OE healdsum' 'adj' 'careful, chaste'
hoss 'OE hós' 'n' 'company, group"
hotheartness 'OE hatheortnes' 'n' rage, mania, fury
hothom 'OE hoðma' 'n' 'darkness, the grave'
howe 'OE hawian' 'vb' 'to notice, observe, inspect'
howing 'OE hawung' 'n' 'observation, inspection'
hund 'OE 'hund' 'n' 'decade, ten years'
huy 'OE hycgan' 'n' 'consider, think about'
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