Anglo-Saxon Elements

This is a list of elements in which the usage is Anglo-Saxon.
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ACAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "oak".
ÆCERAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "field".
ÆCERMANNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "ploughman".
ÆLFAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "elf".
ÆNGLEAnglo-Saxon
Old English name of the Germanic tribe the Angles.
ÆPPELAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "apple".
ÆSCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "ash tree".
ÆÐELAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "noble".
ANNEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "alone, solitary".
ANSETLAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hermitage".
BÆCEREAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "baker".
BÆRNETAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "a burning".
BAGGAAnglo-Saxon (Hypothetical)
Unattested Old English word meaning "bag, badger".
BANAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bone".
BAT (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "boat".
BEADUAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "battle".
BEALDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bold".
BEANAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bean".
BEARNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "child, son".
BEOAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bee".
BEOFORAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "beaver".
BEONETAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bent grass" (genus Agrostis).
BEORHTAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bright".
BEORNAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "warrior, man", possibly originally meaning "bear".
BEOSAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bent grass" (genus Agrostis).
BEREAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "barley".
BIRDAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bird".
BLACAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "pale, shining, white".
BLÆCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "black".
BLAWAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "blue".
BLIÞEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "happy, blithe".
BOLDAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "house".
BOTMAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "ground, soil, bottom".
BRADAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "broad".
BREOWANAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to brew".
BROCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "brook, small stream".
BRUN (2)Ancient Germanic, Old High German, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "brown".
BUCCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "buck, male deer".
BULAAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bull".
BURGAncient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "fortress, fortification, castle".
BURNAAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "spring, fountain, stream".
BUSCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bush".
BYRGENAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "burial mound".
CEALDAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cold".
CENEAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bold, keen".
CEOLAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "keel (of a ship)".
CILDAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "baby, child".
CLÆGAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "clay".
CLIFAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cliff".
CLOHAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cleft, ravine, cliff".
COCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "a cook".
COCCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "rooster, cock".
COTAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cottage, small house".
CRAWEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "crow".
CUMBAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "valley".
CUÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "famous, known".
CYNEAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "royal".
DÆGAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "day".
DÆLAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dale, valley".
DAMMOld Dutch, Anglo-Saxon
Old Dutch and Old English word meaning "dam".
DEAHAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dye".
DENUAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "valley".
DEORAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "dear".
DICAnglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Old English and Old Dutch word meaning "ditch, dike".
DUNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hill".
DUNNAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "dark, brown".
EAAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "river".
EADAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "wealth, fortune, riches".
EALDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "old".
EALHAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "temple".
EARDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "land".
EAST (1)English, Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "east".
EAST (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "grace".
ECGAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "edge (of a sword), blade, corner".
EGAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "island".
ENDEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "end, limit".
EOFORAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "boar".
EORLAnglo-Saxon
Old English noble title.
EOWUAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "ewe".
FÆGERAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "beautiful, fair".
FARUAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "journey".
FEARNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "fern".
FELDAnglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Old English, Old High German and Old Dutch word meaning "field".
FENNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "fen, swamp, peat".
FISCOld High German, Anglo-Saxon
Old High German and Old English word meaning "fish".
FLÆDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "beauty".
FORDAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "ford, river crossing".
FOXAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "fox".
FREOAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "free".
FRIÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "peace".
FROSTOld High German, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic word meaning "frost".
FUGOLAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bird".
GÆTAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "gate".
GARAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "spear".
GEOCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "oxen yoke".
GEONGAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "young".
GEREFAAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "reeve, sheriff, prefect, official".
GIEFUAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "gift".
GLÆDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bright".
GLÆSAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "glass".
GOD (1)Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "god".
GOD (2)Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "good".
GRÆGAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "grey".
GRAFAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "grove".
GRAND (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "gravel".
GRENEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "green".
GYÐAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "battle".
HÆGAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "fence, enclosure".
HÆRAnglo-Saxon (Hypothetical)
Old English word meaning "rock, heap of stones".
HÆÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "heath, wilderness".
HAGAAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "enclosure".
HALHAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "nook, recess".
HAM (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "home, estate, settlement".
HAM (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "water meadow, enclosure".
HAMELAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "crooked, mutilated".
HAR (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "grey".
HARA (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hare".
HEAFOCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hawk".
HEAFODAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "head".
HEAHAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "high".
HEARDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "brave, hardy".
HEGAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hay".
HELMAncient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "helmet, protection".
HEORDAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "herd".
HEORTAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hart, male deer".
HERE (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "army".
HIERDEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "herdsman, guardian".
HILDAncient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "battle".
HLAWAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "mound, small hill".
HOCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hook, corner".
HOD (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hood, hat".
HOFOld High German, Anglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "garden, courtyard, house, estate".
HOGGAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hog".
HOH (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "heel, point of land".
HOLEGNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "holly".
HOLTAnglo-Saxon, Ancient Scandinavian, Old Dutch, Old Saxon
Old English, Old Norse, Old Dutch and Old Saxon word meaning "forest".
HORHAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dirt, mud, mucus".
HRACEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "throat".
HROÐAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "fame".
HRYÐERAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cattle, ox".
HUN (1)Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "bear cub, warrior".
HUNIGAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "honey".
HUNTIANAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to hunt".
HUSOld High German, Old Dutch, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic word meaning "house".
HUXAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "insult, scorn".
HWITAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "white".
HYLLAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hill".
HYRSTAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "thicket, nest".
LANDAnglo-Saxon, Ancient Scandinavian
Old English and Old Norse word meaning "land".
LANGAnglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Old English, Old High German and Old Dutch word meaning "long".
LEAHAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "woodland, clearing".
LEOFAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "dear, beloved, agreeable".
LICCAnglo-Saxon (Hypothetical)
Unattested Old English word meaning "stream".
LINAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "flax".
LIND (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "linden tree, lime tree, shield".
MACIANAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to make".
MÆR (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "famous".
MANNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "man".
MILDEAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "gentle, mild".
MORAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "moor, heath, bog".
MUNDAncient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "protection".
NORÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "north".
NOÐAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "boldness, daring".
OSAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "god".
PREOSTAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "priest".
RÆDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "counsel".
RÆDEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "prepared, prompt, ready".
RAHAAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "roe deer".
RAWAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "row, line".
READAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "red".
RICAncient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "power, rule".
RIDANAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to ride".
ROD (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cleared land".
RUM (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "roomy, spacious".
RYGEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "rye".
Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "sea".
SAGUAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "saw".
SANDAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sand".
SAPEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "soap".
SCEAPHYRDEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "shepherd, sheep herder".
SCIENEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "beautiful".
SCIERANAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to cut, to shear".
SCIR (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "shire, district".
SCIR (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bright".
SEOLFORAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "silver".
SIGEAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "victory".
SINGANAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to sing, to chant".
SMÆLAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "small".
SMIÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "craftsman, smith".
SNELOld High German, Anglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Old High German, Old English and Old Dutch word meaning "quick, fast".
SPEREAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "spear, lance".
STAN (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "stone".
STEARCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "rigid, strong".
STEORRAAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "star".
STIGWEARDAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "steward".
STIÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "hard, stiff, cruel".
STODAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "stallion, stud".
STORMAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "storm".
STRODAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "marshy ground overgrown with brushwood".
SU (7)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sow, female pig".
SUMORAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "summer".
SUNNEAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "sun".
SUÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "south".
SWETEAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sweet".
SWIÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "strong".
ÞÆCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "thatch".
ÞORNAnglo-Saxon, Ancient Scandinavian
Old English and Old Norse word meaning "thorn".
ÞROPAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "village".
ÞRYÐAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "strength".
TOLNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "toll, fee, tax".
TUNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "enclosure, yard, town".
UNDERAnglo-Saxon, Ancient Germanic (Hypothetical)
Old English word meaning "under".
UPPAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "up".
WACUAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wake, vigil".
WÆGNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wagon".
WÆTERAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "water".
WEALD (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
WEALD (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "forest".
WEALHAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "foreigner, Celt".
WEALLAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wall".
WEARDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "guard, guardian".
WEFANAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to weave".
WEGAnglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "way, path, road".
WELLAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "well, spring, water hole".
WER (2)Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dam, weir".
WESTAnglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "west".
WÍCAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "village, town", ultimately from Latin vicus.
WIGAncient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "war, battle".
WILAncient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "will, desire".
WILIGAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "willow".
WINEAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "friend".
WINNAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "meadow, pasture".
WINTERAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "winter".
WORÞAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "enclosure".
WUDUAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "tree, wood".
WULFAncient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon, German
Germanic element meaning "wolf", as well as the modern German word for "wolf".
WYNNAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "joy, bliss".
WYRHTAAnglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wright, maker".