Anglo-Saxon Elements

This is a list of elements in which the usage is Anglo-Saxon.
usage
type
ac Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "oak".
æcer Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "field".
æcermann Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "ploughman".
ælf Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "elf".
ængle Anglo-Saxon
Old English name of the Germanic tribe the Angles.
æppel Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "apple".
æsc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "ash tree".
æðel Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "noble".
anne Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "alone, solitary".
ansetl Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hermitage".
bæcere Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "baker".
bærnan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to burn".
bærnet Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "a burning".
bagga Anglo-Saxon (Hypothetical)
Unattested Old English word meaning "bag, badger".
ban Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bone".
bat 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "boat".
beadu Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "battle".
beald Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bold".
bean Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bean".
bearn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "child, son".
beo Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bee".
beofor Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "beaver".
beonet Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bent grass" (genus Agrostis).
beorht Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bright".
beorn Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "warrior, man", possibly originally meaning "bear".
beos Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bent grass" (genus Agrostis).
bere Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "barley".
bird Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bird".
blac Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "pale, shining, white".
blæc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "black".
blaw Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "blue".
bliþe Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "happy, blithe".
bold 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "house".
botm Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "ground, soil, bottom".
brad Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "broad".
breowan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to brew".
broc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "brook, small stream".
brun 2 Ancient Germanic, Old High German, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "brown".
brycg Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bridge".
bucc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "buck, male deer".
bula Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bull".
burg Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "fortress, fortification, castle".
burna Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "spring, fountain, stream".
busc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bush".
byrgen Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "burial mound".
cærse Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "watercress".
ceald Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cold".
ceapian Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to buy, to trade" (of Latin origin).
cempa Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "champion, warrior".
cene Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bold, keen".
ceol Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "keel (of a ship)".
cild Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "baby, child".
cirice Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "church" (from Greek).
clæg Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "clay".
clif Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cliff".
cloh Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cleft, ravine, cliff".
cniht Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "servant, apprentice".
coc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "a cook".
cocc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "rooster, cock".
colt Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "colt".
cot Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cottage, small house".
crawe Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "crow".
cumb Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "valley".
cuþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "famous, known".
cwic Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "alive".
cyne Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "royal".
cyning Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "king".
dæg Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "day".
dæl Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dale, valley".
damm Old Dutch, Anglo-Saxon
Old Dutch and Old English word meaning "dam".
deah Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dye".
denu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "valley".
deor Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "dear".
dic Anglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Old English and Old Dutch word meaning "ditch, dike".
dun Ancient Celtic, Anglo-Saxon
Celtic word meaning "hill, hill fort, citadel", later transmitted to Old English.
dunn Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "dark, brown".
ea Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "river".
ead Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "wealth, fortune, riches".
eald Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "old".
ealh Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "temple".
eard Anglo-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".
ecg Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "edge (of a sword), blade, corner".
eg Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "island".
ende Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "end, limit".
eofor Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "boar".
eorl Anglo-Saxon
Old English noble title.
eowu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "ewe".
fæger Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "beautiful, fair".
faru Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "journey".
fearn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "fern".
feld Anglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Old English, Old High German and Old Dutch word meaning "field".
fenn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "fen, swamp, peat".
fisc Old High German, Anglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Old High German, Old English and Old Dutch word meaning "fish".
flæd Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "beauty".
flint Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "flint".
ford Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "ford, river crossing".
fox Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "fox".
freo Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "free".
friþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "peace".
frost Old High German, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic word meaning "frost".
fugol Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "bird".
gæt Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "gate".
gar Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "spear".
gat Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "goat".
geoc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "oxen yoke".
geong Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "young".
gerefa Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "reeve, sheriff, prefect, official".
giefu Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "gift".
glæd Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bright".
glæs Anglo-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".
gold Anglo-Saxon, Old High German
Old English and Old High German word meaning "gold".
græg Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "grey".
graf Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "grove".
grand 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "gravel".
grene Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "green".
gyð Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "battle".
hæg Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "fence, enclosure".
hær Anglo-Saxon (Hypothetical)
Old English word meaning "rock, heap of stones".
hæþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "heath, wilderness".
haga Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "enclosure".
halh Anglo-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".
hamel Anglo-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".
heafoc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hawk".
heafod Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "head".
heah Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "high".
heard Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "brave, hardy".
heg Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hay".
helm Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "helmet, protection".
heord Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "herd".
heort Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hart, male deer".
here 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "army".
hierde Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "herdsman, guardian".
hild Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "battle".
hlaw Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "mound, small hill".
hoc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hook, corner".
hod 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hood, hat".
hof Old High German, Anglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "garden, courtyard, house, estate".
hogg Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hog".
hoh 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "heel, point of land".
holegn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "holly".
holt Anglo-Saxon, Ancient Scandinavian, Old Dutch, Old Saxon
Old English, Old Norse, Old Dutch and Old Saxon word meaning "forest".
horh Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dirt, mud, mucus".
hrace Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "throat".
hræfn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "raven".
hroð Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "fame".
hryðer Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cattle, ox".
hun 1 Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "bear cub, warrior".
hunig Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "honey".
huntian Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to hunt".
hus Old High German, Old Dutch, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic word meaning "house".
hux Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "insult, scorn".
hwæte Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wheat".
hwit Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "white".
hyll Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "hill".
hyrst Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "thicket, nest".
lad Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "course, way".
land Anglo-Saxon, Ancient Scandinavian
Old English and Old Norse word meaning "land".
lang Anglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Old English, Old High German and Old Dutch word meaning "long".
leac Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "leek, herb".
leah Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "woodland, clearing".
leof Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "dear, beloved, agreeable".
licc Anglo-Saxon (Hypothetical)
Unattested Old English word meaning "stream".
lin Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "flax".
lind 2 Anglo-Saxon, Ancient Scandinavian
Old English and Old Norse word meaning "linden tree, lime tree, shield".
macian Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to make".
mær 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "famous".
mann Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "man".
milde Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "gentle, mild".
mona Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "moon".
monandæg Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "Monday".
mor Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "moor, heath, bog".
mund Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "protection".
mus Old High German, Anglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Old High German, Old English and Old Dutch word meaning "mouse".
myrige Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "pleasant, delightful".
niþer Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "down".
niwe Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "new".
norþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "north".
noð Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "boldness, daring".
os Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "god".
peac Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "pointed hill, peak".
penn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "pen, enclosure".
pipian Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to pipe".
pol Anglo-Saxon, Old Saxon
Old English and Old Saxon word meaning "pool".
preost Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "priest".
ræd Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "counsel".
ræde Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "prepared, prompt, ready".
raha Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "roe deer".
raw Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "row, line".
read Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "red".
ric Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "ruler, mighty, rich".
ridan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to ride".
ripel Anglo-Saxon (Hypothetical)
Unattested Old English word meaning "strip of land".
rod 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "cleared land".
rum 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "roomy, spacious".
run Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "secret lore".
ryge Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "rye".
Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sea".
sagu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "saw".
sand Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sand".
sape Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "soap".
sceaphyrde Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "shepherd, sheep herder".
scearp Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sharp".
sciene Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "beautiful".
scieran Anglo-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".
seolfor Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "silver".
sige Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "victory".
singan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to sing, to chant".
smæl Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "small".
smiþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "craftsman, smith".
snel Old High German, Anglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Old High German, Old English and Old Dutch word meaning "quick, fast".
spere Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "spear, lance".
stan 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "stone".
stearc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "rigid, strong".
steorra Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "star".
stigweard Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "steward".
stiþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "hard, stiff, cruel".
stod Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "stallion, stud".
storm Anglo-Saxon, Old Dutch
Old English and Old Dutch word meaning "storm".
strod Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "marshy ground overgrown with brushwood".
su 7 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sow, female pig".
sumor Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "summer".
sunne Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "sun".
suþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "south".
swete Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "sweet".
swiþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "strong".
þæc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "thatch".
þorn Anglo-Saxon, Ancient Scandinavian
Old English and Old Norse word meaning "thorn".
þrop Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "village".
þryð Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "strength".
toln Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "toll, fee, tax".
tun Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "enclosure, yard, town".
uhta Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "before dawn".
under Anglo-Saxon, Ancient Germanic (Hypothetical)
Old English word meaning "under".
upp Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "up".
wacu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wake, vigil".
wægn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wagon".
wæter Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "water".
wealcan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to move".
weald 1 Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
weald 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "forest".
wealh Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "foreigner, Celt".
weall Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wall".
weard Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "guard, guardian".
wefan Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "to weave".
weg Anglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "way, path, road".
well Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "well, spring, water hole".
weoh Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "idol, image".
weosule Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "weasel".
wer 2 Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "dam, weir".
west Anglo-Saxon, Old High German, Old Dutch
Germanic word meaning "west".
wíc Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "village, town", ultimately from Latin vicus.
wig Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "war, battle".
wil Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "will, desire".
wilig Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "willow".
wine Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "friend".
winn Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "meadow, pasture".
winter Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "winter".
worþ Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "enclosure".
wudu Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "tree, wood".
wulf Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon, German
Germanic element meaning "wolf", as well as the modern German word for "wolf".
wynn Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "joy, bliss".
wyrhta Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "wright, maker".