Browse Elements

This is a list of elements in which the usage is Anglo-Saxon; and the type is element.
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ÆCER Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "field".
ÆLF Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "elf".
ÆPPEL Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "apple".
ÆÐEL Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "noble".
ANNE Anglo-Saxon
Old English word meaning "alone, solitary".
BEADU Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "battle".
BEALD Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bold".
BEO Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bee".
BEORHT Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bright".
BEORN Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "warrior, man", possibly originally meaning "bear".
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".
BRUN (2) Ancient Germanic, Old High German, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "brown".
BURG Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "fortress, fortification, castle".
CENE Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bold, keen".
CEOL Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "keel (of a ship)".
CUÞ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "famous, known".
CYNE Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "royal".
DÆG Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "day".
DEOR Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "dear".
DUNN Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "dark, brown".
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 (2) Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "grace".
ECG Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "edge (of a sword), blade, corner".
EOFOR Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "boar".
FARU Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "journey".
FLÆD Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "beauty".
FRIÞ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "peace".
GAR Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "spear".
GIEFU Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "gift".
GLÆD Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "bright".
GOD (1) Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "god".
GOD (2) Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "good".
GYÐ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "battle".
HEARD Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "brave, hardy".
HELM Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "helmet, protection".
HERE (1) Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "army".
HILD Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "battle".
HROÐ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "fame".
HUN (1) Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "bear cub, warrior".
LEOF Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "dear, beloved, agreeable".
MÆR (1) Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "famous".
MILDE Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "gentle, mild".
MUND Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "protection".
NOÐ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "boldness, daring".
OS Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "god".
RÆD Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "counsel".
RIC Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "power, rule".
Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "sea".
SIGE Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "victory".
STAN (1) Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "stone".
STIÞ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "hard, stiff, cruel".
SUNNE Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "sun".
SWIÞ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "strong".
ÞRYÐ Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "strength".
UHTA Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "before dawn".
WEALD (1) Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "power, leader, ruler".
WEALH Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "foreigner, Celt".
WEARD Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "guard, guardian".
WIG Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "war, battle".
WIL Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "will, desire".
WINE Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "friend".
WYNN Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "joy, bliss".