Lexicon A-B

WORDCLASSMEANINGETYMOLOGYREF
Aa (Aw)Iphonetic
aallallphonetic
aanown
Aa’ve (Aw’ve)I’ve
abackadjbehind
aboonadjabove
abootadjaboutphonetic
abreedvbspread outOE: abraedan
addlevbearnOE: edlean – a reward
adlingsnearnings
afearedvbafraid
aflaidvbafraid
aforebefore
aforelangbefore long
aftadjbehindSX: aftNCW
aganeadjagainst
ahaadvbhold
ahintadjbehind
aiblinsperhaps
alangalongAS: lang
amangamong
a’ aalas well, also
a-oneone
argynargumentIC: iargr – keen contention
a’ways always
awdadjold
axvbaskOE: acsian – to ask
baalnball
baccynonsense
bairnnchild, babyAS: bearn – child
baitnfood, a snack taken to work.ON: beita – food
batvbblow, hitOG: bata – to beat
bits and bratsnfood scraps
bivby
blawvbblow
Bob’s-a-dyin’nnoise, racket
breeks nbreeches
breethnbreath
browtvbbrought
bullyncomrade, mate, crew of a keel, eldest male in the familyPoss FR: boulie – belovedNCW
bunvbbound
buzzorsnsteam whistles blown at collieries and shipyards to mark shift changesphonetic
byensnbones
byetnunfinished work
byrencow shedAS: byre