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pleasant. [Ger, ivonnesam.]
wyn-sumlice (70), winsomely.
wyrcean (114; 161; 184. a),

work; do; construct, make,

build; yield. [Cf. Ger. wirkeii,

and Chaucer, Knighfs Tale

1901.]
wyrhta (53), craftsman, work-
man, maker. [Cf. wyrcean;

Mod. Eng. -icright (see Chaucer,

Prol. 614).]
■wyrm (43), worm. [Ger. Wtirm.l
wyrm-cynn (47) , kind of worms.
wyrt (51. 1), herb. [Mod. Eng.

wort; cf. Ger. Wurz, Wurzel,

Gewurz, and Chaucer, Nun''s

Priest's Tale 401.]
wyrt-ge-mang (47), spice.

Note. — The EWS. forms of sse (p. 310) are: sing. nom. s£e, gen<
sses, dat. sse, ace. see. Other forms are : sing. gen. dat. ssewe ; plur.
nom. ace. sass, sse, dat. seeum, ssewum.



wyrt-ge-m^ngnes (51. 6; 147),

spice.
wyscan (113), wish. [Ger. wiXn-

schen.'\

Y.

yean, see iecan. [li&eZ.]

yfel f57), evil, wicked, bad. [Ger.

yfel (47), evil.

yfele (70), evil, wrongly.

ymb(e), about.

ymb- (142).

ymb-elyppan (113), embrace.

ymb-hon (R. 110), surround.

ymb-hwyrft (43), compass, cir-
cuit; orbit.

ymb-hycgean (124), consider.

ymb-s^llan (114), envelop; beset.

ymb-sittan (V. 106, 142), sit
around.

ymb-trymman (115. a), sur-
round.

ymb-utan, about, around.

yrre, see ierre.

yiS (51. b ; 30), wave, billow, flood.
[Cf. Lat. unda, and 30.]

ySSr-bord (47), ship?

yij-lad (51. b; 215), billow-road.

yS'-lid (47, 215), ship.



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