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GLOSSARY.
wigge, see wīg.
wīg-getāwa, st. f. pl., war-equipments, 368. See gūð-geatwa.
wīg-gryre, st. m., war-terror, 1284.
wīg-heafola, w. m., [war-head] war-helmet, 2661.
wīg-hēap, st. m., war-heap, band of warriors, 477.
wīg-hete, st. m., war-hate, 2120.
wīg-hryre, st. m., [war-falling] slaughter, onset, 1619.
wīg-sigor, st. m., war-victory, 1554.
wīg-spēd, st. f., war-speed, success in war, 697.
wīg-weorðung, st. f., idol-worship, sacrifice, 176. [“Beiträge” x. 511.]
wiht, n.:

I. st. f.. wight, being, creature, 120, 3038.
II. st. f. neut., whit, aught, 2601 (see onwendan), 1660; acc. for wiht, “for aught,” 2348; with gen., 581.
III. Adverbial use, aught, at all; almost always negative (with ne), naught, not at all, no whit.
(1) Acc., with ne or nō: 862, 1083, 2854, 2857, 541; nō hine wiht dweleð ādl ne yldo, “sickness or age misleads him not a whit,” 1735.

(2) Dat.; with ne, 186, 1514, etc.; affirmatively, 1991.
wil-cuma, w. m., [will-comer] welcome guest, 388, 394, 1894.
wil-dēor ( = wild dēor), st. neut., [wild deer] wild beast, 1430.
wile, see willan.
wil-geofa, w. m., will-giver, joy-giver, 2900.
wil-gesīð, st. m., [will-companion] willing or loved companion, 23.
willa, w. m., will, wish, desire, desirable thing; joy, pleasure; sake: 626, 1711, etc.; dat. sg. tō willan, “out of good will,” 186; ānes willan, “for the sake of one,” 3077; gen. pl. wilna, 660, 950, 1344; dat.pl. willum, “according to our wishes,” 1821; so sylfes willum, 2222, 2639.
willan, irreg. v., will: pres. sg. 1st wille, 318, 344, etc.; wylle, 947, etc.; 2nd wylt, 1852; 3rd wile, 346; wyle, 2864; wille, 442, 1371, etc.; wylle, 2766; pl. wyllað, 1818. Negative forms: nelle = ne + wille, 679, 2524; nolde=ne+wolde, 706, 791, 2518, etc. With omission of inf. nō ic fram him wolde, 543.
wilnian, w. v., desire, 188.
wil-sīð, st. m., [will-journey] willing journey, 216.
wīn, st. neut., wine, 1162, 1233, 1467.
wīn-ærn, st. neut., wine-hall, 654.
wind, st. m., wind, 217, etc.
win-dæg, st. m., strife-day, day of strife, 1062.
windan, st. v., intrans. and trans., wind, rise, twist, 1119, 1193, etc.; pret. pl. strēamas wundon sund wið sande, “the currents rolled the sea against the sand,” 212; pp. dat. sg. wundnum golde, “with twisted gold,” 1382.
æt-windan, st. v., with dat. pers., wind away, escape, 143.

be-windan, st. v., wind about, brandish, enclose, grasp, mingle, 1461, 1031, etc.; pp. galdre be-wunden, “wound about with incantation, encompassed with a spell,” 3052.

ge-windan, st. v., intrant., wind, turn, flee away, 763, 1001.

on-windan, st. v., unwind, 1610.
wind-blond, st. neut., [wind-blend] tumult of winds, 3146.
wind-gerest, st. f., [wind-rest] resting-place of winds, 2456.
windig, adj., windy; pl. windige, 572, 1358; windge, 1224.
wine, st. m., friend, esp. friend and lord, friendly ruler, 30, 170, 457; acc. pl. wine, 21; gen. pl. winigea, 1664; winia, 2567.
wine-dryhten, wine-drihten, st. m., friend-lord, friend and lord, friendly ruler, 360, 862, 2722.