47 shifts found

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0007 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to become Accepted Open Show map
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awendan awendan to turn away/off, avert, remove, turn upside down 114 Old English
0057 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
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cnafa cnafa boy 114 Old English
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cniht cniht boy 114 Old English
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cniht Knecht boy, servant 169 German
0068 Adv morning tomorrow Accepted Open Show map
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to morgenne tomorrow on (the) morrow 153 English
0080 to turn, rotate (tr.) to translate Accepted Open Show map
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awendan awendan to turn away/off, avert, remove, turn upside down, turn 114 Old English
0437 N horn corner Accepted Open Show map
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hyrne hyrne horn 114 Old English
0491 N nose nostril Accepted Open Show map
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nosu nosþyrl, nosðirl nose 114 Old English
0775 V to cut (tr.) to decide Accepted Open Show map
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sceran κρίνω cut off, shear 116 Ancient Greek
0822 worm red Accepted Open Show map
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wyrm urmian creeping insect; maggot, grub, worm 132 Old Prussian
0857 V to show, indicate to teach Accepted Open Show map
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tæcan tæcan to show 114 Old English
0957 N affair battle Accepted Open Show map
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gewin gewin toil, labor 114 Old English
0977 N <vessel> head Accepted Open Show map
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hwer hwairnei cauldron, pot 228 Gothic
1040 V to spring, jump to dance Accepted Open Show map
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hlēapan hlēapan to spring, jump (also 'to run') 114 Old English
1163 V to work to plough Accepted Open Show map
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tilian tilian labor, strive, attend to 114 Old English
1188 N <foreigner> slave Accepted Open Show map
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wealh wealh foreigner (initially Briton or Welshman) 114 Old English
1190 N goat <clothes> New Open Show map
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hæсеn hæcele kid 114 Old English
1222 firm, solid quick Accepted Open Show map
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fæst fast strong, solid 153 English
1359 Adj firm, solid healthy New Open Show map
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trum trum hard 114 Old English
1370 N elbow <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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eln ell elbow 114 Old English
1472 Adj earth, soil country, land Accepted Open Show map
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land, lond land, lond soil 114 Old English
1665 food meat Accepted Open Show map
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mete meat food, nourishment 153 English
2086 Adj owner husband Accepted Open Show map
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husbonda husband master, owner 153 English
2355 enemy evil spirit Accepted Open Show map
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feond feond enemy 114 Old English
2358 old (vs. young) parents New Open Show map
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ealdor ealdres elder 114 Old English
2371 night 24 hours Accepted Open Show map
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niht niht night 114 Old English
2372 day 24 hours Accepted Open Show map
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dæg dæg day 114 Old English
2373 winter year Accepted Open Show map
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winter winter winter 114 Old English
2404 autumn harvest Accepted Open Show map
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hœrfest hœrfest autumn, harvest 114 Old English
2424 pine-tree spruce (Picea) Accepted Open Show map
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furh fyrre pine tree 6 Middle English
2464 tree club (a weapon) New Open Show map
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trēo triu tree, wood 228 Gothic
2479 board, plank shield Accepted Open Show map
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scīd sciath board 229 Old Irish
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bord bord board 114 Old English
2524 to live to plough Accepted* Open Show map
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būan būan dwell, inhabit 114 Old English
2654 to die to feel hunger New Open Show map
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steorfan starve die 153 English
2709 barley bread New Open Show map
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bere bairgen barley 229 Old Irish
2731 board, plank table; desk Accepted* Open Show map
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bord bord board 114 Old English
2739 mountain cloud Accepted* Open Show map
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clúd cloud a mass of rock, hill 153 English
2994 tree beam Single* Open Show map
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beám beam a tree 153 English
3221 Adj lord god Accepted Open Show map
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dryhten dryhten a ruler, lord, prince 114 Old English
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hlaford hlaford master of a household, ruler, superior 114 Old English
3282 Adj <measure of weight> <money> Accepted Open Show map
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pund pund measure of weight 114 Old English
3287 yoke yoke (figuratively) Accepted Open Show map
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geoc geoc a yoke of oxen 114 Old English
4214 grass to pasture, shepherd New Open Show map
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græs grasian grass 114 Old English
4441 arrow shuttle (weaving instrument) Single* Open Show map
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sċytel, sċutel shuttle dart, arrow 153 English
4996 to beat, hit reed (in loom) Single* Open Show map
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sleġe sleie, slai blow, hit; death blow, murder 6 Middle English
5089 one's own sibling New Open Show map
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*s(w)e- sibling one's own 153 English