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Plants and connected words, taken from Bosworth & Toller and from Clark Hall.

Thanks to Shirley Beaver and to James Johnson for these.


A Edit

adder-wort

næder-winde f, nædre-wyrt f

agrimony

gār-clife, agrimonia

alder (berry-bearing)

spracen n

alder-bark

alorrind m

alder-tree

alor, aler, alr,ælr

alder-wood

alorholt n

ale-wort

ealaþ-wyrt

almond tree

magdalatrēow n

aloe

aluwe

apple

æppel, eapl

apple-bearing

æppelberende adj

apple-core

æppelscealu f

apple-orchard

apuldortūn m

apple-parings

æppelscrēada n pl

apple-pip

æppelcyrnel n

apple-thorn, crab-tree

appel-þorn

apple-tree

æppeltrēow m

apple-tree

apulder f, apuldor f

apple-tree bark

apuldorrind f

arum?

arod

ash-throat, vervain

æsc-þrote

ash-tree

æsc

aspen

cwictrēow n, æps, æsp



B Edit

bad plant, a tare, weed

un-wæstm

balsam

balsam, balzam

balsam, balm

baldsamum

balsam-mint, spear-mint, water-mint

bals-minte

bark (inner) of trees

bæst m

barley

bere, bærlīc

barley-corn, a grain of barley

bere-corn

barley-grass

bere-græs

barley-seed, barley

bere-sæd

basil

eorþ-mistel

basil (also mistletoe)

mistel m(?)

bast

bæst m

bean, all sorts of pulse

beān, biēn

beanpod

biēn-codd

bean-pods, husks, cods or shells

beān-belgas, beān-coddas

bed in a garden

bed

bed of rushes

læfer-bedd

beech-tree

bēce, bæce, beōce

beech-tree

beōce

beech-tree

bōc

beet, sugarbeet

bēte

bee-wort, balm mint, sweet flag

beō-wyrt

berry

berie, berige, berigie

berry, grape

berge

bertram

pyretre f

betel nut

swegles æppel. (?)

betony

betoce, betonice

bilberry shrub

bran-wyrt

birch-tree

beorc, berc

bishop's-wort, bishop's weed, betony, vervain, marsh-mallow

bisceop-wyrt

black alder

fūl-beām

black hellebore

ceaster-æsc, ceaster-wyrt, hamer-wyrt

blackberry, mulberry

blæc-berie

blackthorn bark

slāhþorn-rind

blade (of grass)

græs n, gærs n, gærscīð m

blade of grass

gærs-cīþ

blade; leaf

blæd n

bloodwort or bloody-dock

blōd-wyrt

bone-wort, a violet viola

bān-wyrt

bramble

hēopa m, bræmel, beig-beām, gorst-beām

bramble, brier, blackberry bush

brēmel

bramble, thorn

hōs

branch, bough

telga m

branch, twig

twig, twīn

briar, bramble (see also bramble)

heōþa

brookmint, horsemint

brōc-minte

brother-wort, pennyroyal

broðor-wyrt

brownwort or water-betony

brūn-wyrt

bryony

wild-cyrfet

buck-bean

glæppe f

buckbean(?)

glappe

buckthorn

heorotbremel m / heorot-brembel, heorotbrēr f

buckthorn berry

heorotberge

buckthorn leaf

heorotbrembellēaf n

bulb, tuber, clove (of garlic, etc.)

clufu f

bulrush

eō-risc

bunch of berries

leāc-trog

burdock

foxesclāte f

bush

gebrogne

bush, thicket; a leafy plant

þȳfel

buttercup


C Edit

cabbage (see also kale, cole)

cawl m (also means "basket")

catnip (nep, nip, cat's mint)

nepte, nefte f

cole (cabbage, caul, cawel), kale

cawl m (also means "basket")

cammoc, kex, kambuck, brimstone wort, hog's fennel, cow weed, cow parsley, sulphur wort, hog's fennel

cammoc, cammuc, commuc

cancale (wild carrot)

næster

candle-wort, hedge-taper, mullein

candel-wyrt

carline thistle

eofor-þrote, snīð-streōw

carlock or charlock

cerlic

carrot

wealhmora m, wealhmore f, wealhmoru f

cassis, galea

hæþ-cole

catkins of gale

gagel-croppan

cat-mint

cattes mint

cedar

cēdrisc adj

cedar

ceder n

cedar-tree

cederbēam m, cedertrēow n

celandine

cyleþenie

celandine or swallow-wort

celeðonie

centaury

centaurie f, curmealle f

chaff

cef

cherry, or dried fig

ciseræppel m

cherry-tree

cyrstrēow n, ciris-beām

chervil

cerfille, cærfille, cyrfille

chesnut-tree

cyste, cisten-beām, cyst-beām

chestnut-tree

stān-ceastel, -cistel m

chip, beam, log, trunk of a tree

cyp

chive garlic, rush garlic, rush leek

secg-leāc n

church-lichen or moss

ciric-ragu

cinquefoil (fiveleaf)

fīf-leāf

clary

slarige f

clot-bur, burdock, goose-grass, clivers

clāte

clove (of garlic, etc.), bulb, tuber

clufu f

clover

clæfre

clover (white)

hwīteclæfre f

clover-wort, clover

clæferwyrt

club-moss(?)

stræl-wyrt ; f

cluster of grapes

rædesn(?) f

cockle

giþrife, gitrife

cockle, darnel, tares

coccel

cock's spur grass

ātor-lāðe

cole (caul, cawel) or cabbage

cawl m

colewort, cabbage

brassica

colocynth berries

hundescwelcan pl

colt's foot

clite

colt's foot

colt-græig

comfrey

galluc, galloc, gallac, consolde

convolvulus (withy-wind)

wiþo-winde (wiþ-) f

coriander

celendre, cellendre, coliandre, corīon

corn

hwæte m

corn

hwæte m

young corn

græs n, gærs n

corn

hwæte-wæstm

wheat corn

hwætecorn n

corn poppy, red poppy

baso-popig

corn, a grain, seed, berry

corn

corn, wheat

hwætewæstm m

cornel tree

gātetrēow n, corn-treōw

costmary

cost

cowslip

cūsloppe f, cūslyppe f

crab-apple

wuduæppel m

crab-apple tree

æppelþorn

cress

cerse, cyrse

cress with an onion-like smell

leāc-cærse

crosswort, bedstraw

wræt[t]

crow-foot

clof-þung f

crow-garlic

crāw-leāc

crystallium, flea-bane, flea-wort

cristalla

cuckoo-sorrel, wood-sorrel

geāces sūre

cucumber

cucumis

cummin

cymen

cynoglossum

hundesmicge f, hundestunge f

cypress

cypresse, cipresse


D Edit

daisy

dægesēage n, dæges eāge

dandelion

ægwyrt f

dark apple-tree

mirc-apuldor

date (fruit of the palm)

palm-æppel

date tree or date palm

fēnix m

deciduous

hrurul adj

dill, anise

dile, dyle

dock, sorrel

docce

dodder?

eorþ-rima

dog's tongue

glōfwyrt f

dog-rose, wild rose, bramble, briar

heōþbremel

dragon's blood, a pigment from the dragon's blood-tree

dracan blōd

dragon-wort

dracentse, dracente

dwarf elder

līð-wyrt


E Edit

ear of corn

ear, clufe, geher

earth

grēot n

earth or ground ivy

eorþ-ifig,

earth-apple, a cucumber

eorþ-æppel

earth-gall, the lesser centaury

eorþ-gealla

earth-navel, asparagus

eorþ-nafela, -nafola,

edible mushroom

mete-swamm m

edible root, a carrot, parsnip

more, moru f

elder-tree

ellen, ellarn

elderwort, wallwort, danewort, dwarf-elder

ellen-wyrt

elecampane or horseheal

elene, eolone, eolene, elone, elene, hors-elene, -helene, eh-heōloðe

elm tree

elm, ulmtrēow n

epithalamium

giftlēoð n

everlasting (herb)

efen-lāste

eye-wort, eye-bright

eāg-wyrt


F Edit

female hop-plant

eōwo-humele

fen or water-fern, flowering fern

fen-fearn, fen-fern

fen-cress, water-cress

fen-cerse

fen-mint, water-mint

fen-minte

fennel

fenol, finel, finol, finul, fynel, finugle

fennel seed

finol-sæd

fern

fearn n, fern, efer-fearn

fern, polypody

efor-fearn

fern-bed

fearnbed n

fern-covered

fearnig adj

fern-pasture

fearnedisc n, fearnlæs n

feverfew

adreminte, fefer-fuge

field mushroom, toadstool

feld-swam, -swamm

field or wild mint

feld-minte

field rue

armēlu

field-balm

healf-wudu

field-bishopwort

feldbiscopwyrt f

field-madder, rosemary

feld-mædere

field-wort, gentian

feld-wyrt

fig (dried), or cherry

ciseræppel m

fig, the fruit of the fig-tree; ficus

fīc

fig-tree

fīc-treōw

fig-wort

fīc-wyrt

finger-apple, finger-fruit, a date

finger-æppel

fir tree

gyr, æbs

fir-cone

pīnhnutu f

fir-wood, a fir-tree

furh-wudu

flax

fleax, flex, līn-wyrt

flea-wort, flea-bane

fleā-wyrt

floatwort, seaweed?

fleōt-wyrt

folefoot, hazelwort

asaru

foreign root, carrot, parsnip

wealh-more f

fox-foot, xiphion

foxesfōt m

foxglove

foxes glōf f, foxesglōfa m

foxglove?, greater burdock?

foxesclīfe f

fox's clote, burdock

foxes clāte

fox's foot, bur reed, a water plant

foxes fōt

fruit garden, orchard

æppeltūn

fruit of the plum-tree

plūm-blæd f

fruit, pulse

ofet n

fruit-bearing

æppelbære adj

furze

gors m, gorst m

furze bush

gorstbēam m

furze, furze-bushes

fyrs


G Edit

gallows-tree

gealgtrēow n

garden

ge-wyrtūn

garden of herbs, a kitchen-garden

leāc-, leāh-, lēh- tūn

gardener

ortgeard-weard m, leāctūn-weard, leāc-weard, wyrt-weard m

garden-herb

lēac n

garlic

lēac n, gār-leāc, crop-leāc

garlic, broad-leafed

hromese

gentian type

mersc-mear-gealla m

ginger

gingiber f, gingifer f

gladiolus

glædene f

glans, (in a list of trees)

pic-bred(?)

glovewort

glōfwyrt f

goatweed

gōtwoðe f

gorse

gors m, gorst m, gærs n, gærswyrt f, græd m, græs n

grape

wīn-beger n

grass

gers, gærs, græs

grass, a blade of grass, herb, hay.

gærs, gers, græs

grass-enclosure

gærstūn m

grass-land

wang-turf

gravel

grēosn n

greater burdock

clife, foxes clife

grist, corn for grinding

grist

grist, pearled barley

gerst

grit

grēot n

grits, groats, bran

grætta

groats, the grain of oats without the husks

grātan

gromel

sunnan-corn

ground ivy

eorþ-ifi, eorþ-yfig

ground soap

grundsōpa

grove

grāf n, grāfa m


H Edit

hairs of plants

pīlas m pl

hammer-sedge

hamer-secg

hare's ear

heals-wyrt

hare's foot

haranhige m

harewort

haran-wyrt, hare-

hart's grease

heorotsmeoru n

hart-clover

heorot-, heort-clæfre

hart-clover (hemp agrimony)

heorotclæfre f

hartwort flower cluster

heorotcrop m

hassock, hassock-grass

cassuc, cassoc

hassock-leaves

cassuc-leāf

haulm, straw, stem or stalk of grass, stalk of a plant

healm, er-bleadd

haw, hawthorn berry

haga

hawk-weed(?)

hafoc-wyrt

hawthorn

hæg-þorn

hawthorn

haga-þorn

hay

gærs n, græs n

hay, grass

heg, hig

hazel

hæsel

hazel, shrub

hæsel m

hazel-nut

hæselhnutu f

head of wild garlic

hramsacrop m

heath, heather

hæþ

heath-berry, bilberry

hæþ-berige

hedge

eðer

hedge clivers

hegeclife

hedge with ferns

fearnhege m

hedgerow

hege-ræwe, -rēwe

heliotrope

goldwyrt f

heliotrope

sigel-hweorfa m

heliotrope

sōlsece, sōlosece f

heliotrope

sunn-folgend

hellebore (a plant used against madness)

wēde-berge f

hemlock

wōde-wistle f

hemp agrimony (hart-clover)

heorotclæfre f

henbane

hænne-belle, hænnewol, belune, beolone

henbell, henbane

belene, beolone, belone

herb

gærs n, græs n, gærswyrt f

herb having medicinal virtue

læce-wyrt

heyriffe

hegerife

hillwort

hylwyrt f

hip, seed-vessel of the dog-rose; also the plant

heōþe

hock, mallow

hoc

holly

holen m

holly

holen adj

holly bark

holenrind f

holly leaf

holenlēaf n

holly-stump

holenstybb m

home-wort

hām-wyrt

hop plant

hymele

horehound

hune

hore-hound

hār-hune

horse-parsley

alexandre f

hound's or dog's tongue

cune-glæsse

hound's-tongue

hundes micge, hundes tunge, ribbe f

house-leek

sin-fulle f

hove, alehoof

hōfe

hurst, copse, wood

hyrst

hyssop

hlenor-teār, ysope, hysope f


I Edit

incense

cursombor

iris

glædene f

iris Illyrica

hwatend m

ironhard

īsen-hearde

ivy

ifig, ifegn

ivy berry cluster

ifig-crop

ivy leaf

ifig-leāf

ivy tar (gum that comes from ivy when it is cut)

ifig-tearo


J Edit

Jacob's ladder (or ladder-wort, ladder to heaven)

hlæder-wyrt, hlædder-

jasper

geaspis m?

juniper

gors m, gorst m

juniper-tree

cuic-beām


K Edit

kale (see also cabbage, cole)

cawl m (also means "basket")

kernel

cirnel, grynel

kernel of a nut

hnutcyrnel m

kneeholm, butcher's broom

cneōw-holen, cneō-holen

knot-grass (lit. the plant which cannot be killed by treading)

unfortredde


L Edit

ladder-wort (or ladder to heaven, Jacob's ladder)

hlæder-wyrt

lady's-smock

lustmoce f

lamb's cress

lambes cerse

lamb's cress, or nettle

stīþe f

larkspur

fugeles wīse

lather-wort, soap-wort

leāþor-wyrt

laurel

lawernbēam m, laurbēam m

laurel

laurisc adj

laurel berry

laur-berige

laurel, bay, laver

laur m, lawer m

laurel-berry

laurberige f

laurel tree

laur-treōw

leaf

lēaf n

leaf, blade

blæd

leafy

gelēaf adj

leek

lēac n

leek

cipe-leac

leek

leāc, læc, lēc

leek

por-leāc n, porr n

leek leaf

lēacblæd n

lentil

lent

lesser centaury

culmille

lettuce

leahtric m, lactuca

lettuce

leāc-, leāh-tric

lichen from a blackthorn

slāhþorn-ragu

lily

lilie f

lily of the valley (or hound's tongue)

glōfwyrt f

limb, branch of a tree

lim

linden or lime-tree

lind, linde

linseed

līn-sæd

lion's foot

lēonfōt m

liverwort?

eā-lifer

lung-wort

lungenwyrt

lupine

elehtre, eluhtre

lynx-wood

loxe, loxan wudu


M Edit

madder

mædere f

made of twigs

tænen adj

maiden-hair, water-wort, fox-glove

clif-wyrt

mallow

cottuc

mallow

hoc-leaf

mallow

mealwe f

maple tree

mapulder, mapul-treōw n

maple? tree

hlyn, hlin

marche, smallage

merece, merce m

marigold

golde f, goldwyrt f

marjoram

organe f, wurmille f

marsh-mallow

mersc-mealwe f

maythe, chamomile, ox-eye

mageþe f

may-weed

mægþa m. maiþen,

meadow

gærstūn m

meadow saffron

greāte wyrt

meadow-dike

gærstūndīc m

meadow-sweet, also mead-sweet

medu-wyrt f

medlar

open-ærs

mercury (herb)

cedelc f

millet

mīl n

millet, bishopwort

ammi, ami

millet (sort of)

panic n.(?)

mint

minte f

mistletoe

mistel-tān m

mistletoe (also basil)

mistel m(?)

mixen-plant, night-shade

mixen-plante f

moor-wort

mōr-wyrt f

moss, a marshy place

mos n

mountain ash (also yew)

eow

mountain-heath

mōr-hæþ f

mouse-pea, a vetch

mūse-pise f

mugwort, muggart, muggon, motherwort

mucg-, mug-wyrt f

mulberry

byrig-berge

mulberry tree or blackberry bush

mōr-beām m, beg-beām, beig-beām

mullein

felt-wyrt

mustard

senep m

myrtle

wīr

myrtle-tree

wīrtreōw n


N Edit

nep or nip, cat's mint

nepte, nefte f

nettle

netele, netle, netel f

nightshade

nihtscada m, ælfþone f

nip

nip(?)

nut

hnutu f

nut kernel

hnut-cyrnel

nut tree

hnutbēam m


O Edit

oak

ac

oak mistletoe

ac-mistel

oak of Jerusalem or oak of Cappadocia

eal-sealf

oats

æte

oil-tree, olive-tree

ele-treōw

olive twig, a small branch of olive

ele-twīg

olive, the fruit of an olive-tree

ele-berge

olive, wild

windel-treōw n

olive-tree

ele-beām

onion

hwītlēac n

onion

lēac n, eneleāc, enneleac, ennelēc, ynneleāc, yneleāc

onion

cipe, ciepe

onion- uncertain type

hollēac n

onion, a scallion

efeleāc

onion, garlic

hramsa m, hramse f

orach

melde f, tūn-melde f

orchard

æppelbearu m

orchard of pear-trees

pir-grāf m

orchard, garden

ort-geard m

orchid

hræfneslēac n

orchis

hræfnes leāc

oryza ?

sunn-treōw(?)

ox-eye, chamomile

buoptalmon

ox-heal

oxna-lyb

oxlip

oxan-slyppe f

oxlip? (potentilla, primula, cinquefoil)

fīffingre f


P Edit

palm tree

palm m, palma m

palm-branch

palm-twig

palm-grove

palm-bearu

palm-tree

palm-treōw n

papyrus

duþhamor, dyþhomar

parsley

petersilie f, stānmerece, -merce

parsnip

wealhmora m (-n/-n), wealhmore f (-an/-an), wealhmoru f

parsnip, carrot

feld-more

pasturage in return for ploughing-labour

gærsyrð f

pasture

gærs n, græs n

pea

pise f

peach

persic m, persoc

peach tree

persoctrēow n

pear

peru f

pear-orchard

pirgrāf m

pear-tree

pirie f, pirige f

pebble

grēosn n

pellitory, which grows upon walls

dolh-rune, dolg-rune

pellitory

asterion

pennyroyal

brōðorwyrt f, dweorgedwostle, pollegie, polleie f

peony

peonia m.(?)

pepper

pipor m

pepper-corn

pipor-corn m

periwinkle

perwince f, wine-wincla m

pimpernel

pipeneale f

pine-nut, fir-cone

pīn-hnutu f

pine-torch, pine

cēn m

pine-tree

pīnbēam m, pīntrēow n

plant

plante f

plant

gærs n, giðcorn n, selfæte f, plante f, græs n, hafocwyrt f

plant, to

plantian

plant, to or to root up, to eradicate

wyrtwalian v

ploughman's spikenard

þeōr-wyrt f

plum

plūmblæd f, plūme f

plum (fruit or tree)

plūme f

plum, plum-tree

plȳme f, plūme f

plum-tree

plūmtrēow n

plum-tree

plūm-treōw n

poisonous plant

þung m

pomegranates

corn-appla

poplar(?)

popul

poppy

popig 'm?

potentilla, cinquefoil

fīflēaf n

privet, a plant from which honey may be sucked

hunig-sūce

propagation, a branch

tȳdrung f

pulegium, pennyroyal

brōðorwyrt f, hælwyrt f


Q Edit

quickbeam (a sort of poplar)

cwic-beām

quick-growing grass, couch-grass, quitch-grass

cwice

quince

codæppel m, godæppel


R Edit

radish

antre, rædic m

ragged robin or cuckoo-flower

bulot, bulut

ram-gall

ram-gealla m

ramsons, broad-leaved garlic

hramsan

rape

næp m

rapeseed

næpsæd n

rapeseed or turnip seed

næp-sæd n

raspberry

hind-berige, -berie, -berge

raspberry bush

hindbrēr m

raspberry; strawberry?

hindberge f

rattlewort

hrætele, hrætel-wyrt

ravensfoot

hræfnes fōt

redshanks or water pepper

rud-molin(?)

reed

pūlsper n, hreōd

reed (or a yard, rod, twig, young shoot)

gerd

resin

glær m, stōrsæp n, treōw-teoru

rhamnus

gors m, gorst m

rind, bark

rind, rinde f

river-wort, burdock

eā-wyrt

root of a plant

wyrt-truma, -trum m, -trume f, wyrt-wala m.: -walu f

root up, eradicate

ge-wyrtrumian

root up, to, eradicate

awyrtwalian v

rose

rōse f

rosemary

sund-deāw(?)

rue

rūde f

rue, wild

feldrude f

rush bed

rysc-bedd n, rysc-þȳfel

rush garlic or rush leek

secg-leāc n

rush leek, rush garlic

rysc-leāc n

rye

ryge m


S Edit

sallow, sally, selly, willow

sealh, salig m

sand

grēot n

sapless

un-sæpig; adj

satirion

suþerige

savine

safine f

savory

sæþerige f, saturege f

saxifrage

sund-corn n

saxifrage's granular tuber

mold-corn n

sea-holm, sea-holly

brād-þistel

sea-lavender?

stæþ-wyrt f

sea-mint

sæ-minte f

season with herbs

ge-wyrtian

seaweed

flēotwyrt f, sæ-wār, wāroþ n

sea-weed, waur

wār

sedge

mōrsecg m / n

sedge

secg m / n

service-tree

syrfe f

seven-leaves, setfoil

seofon-leafe f

shoot

plante f

shoot, branch, twig; sucker of a root

telgra m

shoot, sprout, branch

ō-wæstm m

shoot, stalk, plant, bush

wrīd m

sicalia

lyge

siftings, bran, chaff, useless seeds, tares

sifepa, seofoþa pl. f.: sifeþa m

silverweed

gelodwyrt f, mare f

silverweed?

leloðre f

sloe, wild plum

plūm-slā

sloe-thorn, blackthorn

slāh-þorn m

smer-wort

smeoru-wyrt f

snapdragon

hundeshēafod n

solsequia

golde f

sorrel

sūre f, wudu-docce f, ampre

sour-sorrel

cyle-wyrt

southernwood, wormwood

aprotane, prutene f

sow-thistle

þū-þistel m

spearmint

balsminte f

spear-mint, water-mint

balsminte f

spearwort?

spere-wyrt f

species of plant

wyrtcynn

species of tree

trēowcynn n

spelt corn

spelt m.(?)

spice

wyrtgemang n, wyrtgemengness f

spikenard

nard m, spīca m

spindle-tree

lūsþorn m, anan-beām, wanan-beām m

spoonwort(?)

wihtmæres wyrt

sprout or top of a herb, flower, berry, an ear of corn a bunch of berries or blooms, cluster

crop, cropp

sprout, shoot, twig, small branch

sprot n

spruce fir

gyrtreōw n, sæppe f

spurge laurel

giþcorn n

stalk of a plant

stela, steola, stæla; m

stalk, stem, blade, haulm, straw, stubble

er-bleadd

stem, a shoot of a tree

stofn f

stitchwort

æðelferðingwyrt f, stic-wyrt f

stone-crop

stān-cropp m

straw or stalk of wheat

hwæte-healm

strawberry

streāw-berige (streā-, streōw-) f

strawberry plant or runner

streāwberige-wīse f

sweet basil

mæring

sweet gale

gagel gagelle

sweet woodruff

wudu-rofe, -rife f


T Edit

take root, to

wyrttrumian

tansy

helde

tansy?

disme

tar, resin, gum

tirwa, tirwe m. f

tare

earbe

teasel, teazle

tæsl, tæsel f

tendril, runner, thin twig

spæc m.(?) n.(?)

tendrils of a vine(?)

hōn

thicket

gewrid

thistle; various species and genii

þistel m

thistle or a small prickly plant

þyrn-cin n

thorn, the prickle of a plant or a plant on which such prickles grow

þorn m

thorn-bush

þyrne f

thorn-tree

pricþorn m

thunder-plant, house-leek

þunor-wyrt f

thyme

cunelle, fille (see also "wild thyme")

toadstool

feldswamm m

tree

trēow n

tree

bēam m, wudu m, forest tree - wudubēam 'm' gallows tree - gealgtrēow n, spindle tree - ananbeam m

tree

treōw n

trefoil

þri-leāfe, -lēfe f

trench

grafet n

turf, sod, piece of earth with grass on it

turf f

turnip, rape

næp m

turnsole

ēliotropus, ēliotropos

twig (or a yard, rod, reed, young shoot)

gerd

twig, chip

sprytele, sprītele(?) f

twig, sprout, shoot, branch

tān m

tympanum

hylsung f


U Edit

uncertain plant

æferðe f

uncertain plant

bulentse

uncertain plant

hierdewyrt f

uncertain plant

holecerse f?

uncertain plant

hwerwe

uncertain plant

hæðcole f

uncertain plant

sigsonte?

uncertain plant

symering-wyrt f

uncertain plant

uma, huma m

uncertain plant

worþ-cærse f

uncertain plant

worþig-cærse f

uncertain plant - poss. rue

ryden n

uncertain plant; colocasia?

hārewyrt f

uncertain tree

hyrwe

uncertain tree

set-þorn

uncertain wort

leāh-mealt-wurt

uproot, to, to pluck up by the roots

un-wyrttrumian v


V Edit

vervain

berbēna

vetch

fugles beān,

vine

wīn-treōw n

viper's bugloss

haran-specel, -sprecel


W Edit

wall-germander

cymed

wall-wort, dwarf elder

wealh-wyrt f

walnut

wealhhnutu f

water agrimony

hind-hæleþe, -heolaþ

water starwort

stæl-wyrt f

water-cress

eā-cerse

water-cress, or poss. nettle

stīme(?)

water-dock

eā-docce

water-fennel

wæter-wyrt f

water-lily

fleoðe f, fleaðe f, fleaðorwyrt f

water-lily

collon-crōh

water-mint

fenminte f

water-rush

eā-rixe

water-rush, bulrush

eā-risc

wayfaring tree berries

hundes cwelcan

weed, tare

laser m?

weed, to

weōdian v

well-kerse, water-cress

wille-cærse f

wheat

hwæte m

wheat, corn

hwæte m

wheaten groats

hwætegryttan pl

wheat-field

hwætecroft m

wheat-land

hwæteland n

wheat-meal

hwæesmedma m

wheat-meal

hwætemelu n

wheat-straw

hwætehealm m

white hellebore

tungilsinwyrt f

whitten tree

hwīting-treōw

whortleberry

hæðberie f

wild apple, crab apple

wuduæppel n

wild caper, caper-bush

spring-wyrt f

wild chervil

wudu-cerfille f, wudu-fille f

wild cole-wort

cāl

wild lettuce

wudu-leāctric m

wild marjoram

feld-wurma

wild mint

horsminte f

wild oat

selfæte f

wild plant

wudu-wyrt f

wild rose

wudu-rose f

wild rue

feld-rude

wild saffron (possibly) or a medicinal seed

lybcorn n

wild teazle

wulfes-camb m

wild thyme

wuducunelle f (or cunele f, cunelle f, cunille f)

windle-straw

windel-streāw n

withy, willow;

wīþig, wīþing (?) m

withy-wind, with-wind (convolvulus)

wiþo-winde (wiþ-) f

woad

wād n

wood waxen, wood wex

wudu-weaxe -weax n

wood, shrubbery

hylte

wood-betony or brownwort

brūnwyrt

woodbine

wudu-bind m, -binde f -bind-ele f

wood-bine

wudu-winde f, wiþo-bend, wudu-bend

wood-thistle

wudu-þistel m

worm-grass

wyrm-wyrt f

wormwood species

prutene f

wormwood, southernwood

aprotane f

wort bed

wyrt-bedd

wort, plant, herb

wyrt f


Y Edit

yarrow

gæruwe, garuwe, gearewe, gearuwe, gearwe

yew

īw

yew (also mountain ash)

eow

yew tree

īw m, ēow m

yew-berry

eōw-berge

young shoot (or a yard, rod, reed, twig)

gerd

young shoot, sprout, germ, sprig, mote

cīþ, cyþ

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