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GLOSSARY.
wudu, st. m., wood:

(1) a wood, 1364, 1416.
(2) a spear; acc. pl. wudu, 398.

(3) a ship, 1919; nom. sg. wudu wunden-hals, “the ship with twisted or curved prow,” 298; acc. sg. wudu bundenne, “the bound wood, i.e. the wooden ship,” 216.
wudu-rēc, st. m., wood-reek, smoke, 3144.
wuldor, st. neut., glory; nom. sg. kyninga wuldor (Hrothgar), 665; gen. sg. wuldres, 17, etc.
wuldor-torht, adj., glory-bright; pl. 1136.
Wuldur-cyning, st. m., Glory-king, the King of glory, 2795.
wulf, st. m., wolf, 3027.
wulf-hlið, st. neut., wolf-slope; acc. pl. wulf-hleoðu, 1358.
wund, st. f., wound, 2711, etc.; acc. sg. wunde, 2725, etc.
wund, adj., wounded, 565, etc.
wunden-feax, adj., with wound, i.e. twisted, hair, 1400.
wunden-hals, adj., [wound-neck] with twisted or curved prow, 298.
wunden-mǣl, st. neut., [wound-sword] sword with winding, curving, ornaments, 1531.
wunden-stefna, w. m., [wound-stem] ship with twisted or curved stem, 220.
wunder-fæt, st. neut., wonder-vat, wondrous vessel; dat. pl. 1162.
wundor, st. neut., wonder, 771, etc.; monster, 1509: nom. acc. wundur, 3062, 3032, etc.; acc. wunder, 931; dat. wundre, 931; gen. pl. wundra, 1607; dat. pl. adverbially, wundrum, “wondrous(ly),” 1452, 2687.
wundor-bebod, st. neut., wonder-command, wondrous command, 1747.
wundor-dēað, st. m., wonder-death, wondrous death, 3037.
wundor-līc, adj., [wonderlike] wondrous, 1440.
wundor-sīon, st. f., wonder-sight, wondrous sight, 995.
wundor-smið, st, m., wonder-smith, 1681.
wundur-māððum, st. m., wonder-jewel, wondrous jewel, 2173.
wunian, w. v., [won]:

(1) intrans. dwell, remain, 284, 1128; with dat. wīcum wunian, 3083.
(2) trans. indwell, inhabit, 1260, 2902.

ge-wunian, w. v., with acc, dwell with, remain with; subj. pres. pl. gewunigen, 22.
-wurðad, see weorðian.
wurðan, see weorðan.
wutun, uton, = let us, with foll. inf., 2648, 1390, 3101.
wyle, wyllað, wylle, wylt, see willan.
wylm, wǣlm, st. m., welling, surge, flood, 516, 2546, etc. [Sievers, § 159, 2.]
wyn-lēas, adj., joyless, 821, 1416.
wynn, st. f., joy, 1080, etc.; gen. sg. wynne, 2727.
wyn-sum, adj., winsome, joyous, 1919; neut. pl. wynsume, 612.
wyrcan, w. v., work; pret. worhte, wrought:

(1) with acc. work, make, 930, 92, 1452; pret. part. pl. (as adj.) fæste geworhte, “steadfast,” 1864.
(2) with gen. achieve; subj. pres. wyrce sē þe mōte dōmes, “achieve glory he who may,” 1387.

be-wyrcan, w. v., surround, 3161.

ge-wyrc(e)an, w. v., work, 20, 69, 1660, etc.:
(1) intrans. act, 20.

(2) trans. work, make, accomplish, achieve, 635, 1660, 1491; subj. pret. pl. geworhton, 3096.
wyrd, st. f., weird, fate, probably personified in some passages (see note on 1205), 455, 477, 1056, 3030, etc.
wyrdan, w. v., destroy; pret. sg. wyrde, 1337.