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BEOWULF.
ā-wyrdan, w. v., destroy, 1113.
wyrm, st. m., worm, dragon, 886, 1430, etc.
wyrm-cynn, st. neut., worm-kin, serpent kind, 1425.
wyrm-fāh, adj., worm-adorned, snake-adorned, 1698.
wyrm-hord, st. neut., worm-hoard, dragon’s hoard, 2221.
wyrnan, w. v. (from wearn).
for-wyrnan, w. v., refuse, escape, 429, 1142.
wyrpan, w. v. (from weorpan).
ge-wyrpan, w. v., recover, raise (oneself); with refl. acc. 2976.
wyrpe, st. m., change, 1315.
wyrsa, adj. compar. (of yfel), worse, 1212, etc.; gen. pl. wyrsan, 525; neut. acc. sg. absolutely, þæt wyrse, 1739.
wyrt, st.f., [wort] root, 1364.
wyrðe, adj., worthy, 368, 2185.
wyrðra, compar., worthier, 861.
wyruld-, see worold-.

Y.

yfel, st. neut., evil; gen. pl. yfla, 2094.
yldan, w. v., delay, put off, tarry; inf. 739; wēnde þæs yldan, þæt…, “hoped for this reason to delay (tarry?), that…,” 2239.
ylde, elde, st. m. pl., men, 77, 150, etc.; dat. eldum, 2214, 2611, 3168.
yldesta, see eald.
yldo, st. f., [eld] age, old age, the age, 1736, etc.; gen. yldo bearn, “the children of the age,” 70; dat. ylde, 22, eldo, 2111.
yldra, see eald.
ylf, st.f., elf, 112.
ymb, ymbe, prep., with acc., about, around, concerning, local, temporal, denoting object, etc., 399, 568, 838, 2883, 219, 353, 507, 2070, etc.; following its case, 689; ymb āne niht, “after one night,” 135.
ymbe, adv., about, around, 2597.
ymbe-sittend, ymb-sittend, st. m. (pres. part.), [about-sitting] neighbour; nom. pl. ymbe-sittend, 1827; gen. pl. ymb-sittendra, 9.
yppe, w. f., high seat, throne, dais, 1815. From ūp.
yrfe, st. neut., heritage, 3051.
yrfe-lāf, st.f., heirloom, 1053, 1903.
yrfe-weard, st. m., heir, 2731; gen. sg. yrfe-weardas, 2453 (see note).
yrmðo, st. f., misery; acc. yrmðe, 1259, 2005. From earm.
yrre, st. neut., anger, 711, 2092.
yrre, eorre, adj., angry, 769, 1532, etc.; gen. sg. used substantively, eorres, “of the angry one,” 1447.
yrre-mōd, adj., angry in mood, angry-minded, 726.
yrringa, adv., angrily, 1565, 2964.
ys, see wesan.
ȳð, st. f., wave, 548, 848, 1437, 2693, etc.; acc. sg. or pi. ȳðe, 46, 1132, 1909.
ȳðan, w. v., destroy, 421.
ȳðe, 1002, 2415, see ēaðe.
ȳðe-līce, adv., easily, 1556.
ȳð-geblond, -gebland, st. neut., blending of waves, surge, 1373, 1593; pl. 1620.
ȳð-gesēne, see ēð-gesȳne.
ȳð-gewinn, st. neut., wave-strife, 1434, 2412.
ȳð-lād, st. f., [wave-lode] wave-path, way over the sea; pl. 228.
ȳð-lāf, st. f., [wave-leaving] what is left or thrown up by the waves, the foreshore, 566.
ȳð-lida, w. m., wave-sailer, ship, 198.
ȳwan, ēawan, ēowan, w. v.:

(1) trans. show; pres. sg. ēaweð, 276; pret. ȳwde, 2834.
(2) intrans. appear; pres. sg. ēoweð, 1738. Cf. ēage.

ge-ȳwan, ge-ēawan, w. v., present, proffer, 2149; pp. ge-ēawed, 1194.

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