This is a list of common Old Gutnish Words, which is now added with Modern Gutnish (MG), and also Swedish (SW).

about – um (MG um; SW om)
after – iftir, ibtir, yptir, yftir, hebtir, ebtir, heftir (MG ettar/yttar; SW efter)
and – auc, ac, uc, aug, au, oc (MG u, ou; SW och)
ankle – ancul (MG ankul; SW ankel)
at – viþr (MG bei/vidur; SW vid/hos)
at home – haima (MG haime; SW hemma)
axe – yx – (MG yx; SW yxa)
be – vera – (MG vare; SW vara)
begin – byria –
between – millan (MG millum; SW mellan)
better – betr (MG betur; SW bättre)
both – baþi (MG bade; SW båda)
breast – briaust (MG braust; SW bröst)
brother – broþir (MG bródar/brór; SW broder/bror)
build – byggia (MG bygge; SW bygga)
butter – smier (MG smier; SW smör)
buy – caupa (MG kaupe/kaupa; SW köpa)
by – af (MG av; SW av)
can – cann (MG kann; SW kan)
cellar – kialeri (MG kellare; SW källare)
church – kirchia (MG kýrko; SW kyrka)
child – barn, ban (MG barn/ban; SW barn)
chimney – scurstain (MG Skurstain; SW skorsten)
come – cuma (MG kume; SW komma)
cut – skiara (MG skere; SW skära)
cut, chop – hagga, haga (MG hagge; SW hugga)
daughter – burna
death – dauþr (MG daud; SW död)
daughter – dotir, dotr (MG dótar; SW dotter)
die – doya (MG doy; SW dö)
do – giara, giera, kierua, kiara, kira, gera, kara (MG gere; SW göra)
door – dur (MG dur; SW dörr)
down – niþr (MG neir; SW ner)
each – huer
east – austr (MG austr; SW öster)
eye – auga (MG auge; SW öga)
either – huatki
early – arla (MG arle; SW arla)
eight – ata, atta (MG ate SW åtta)
eleven – alivu, elivu (MG elvo; SW elva)
either, or – eþa (MG ellar; SW eller)
elbow – alnbuga (MG alnbuge; SW armbåge)
fall – falda (MG falle; SW falla)
field – acr (MG akar; SW åker)
four – fiaura (MG feire; SW fyra)
fourteen – fiuhrtan (MG feurtan; SW fjorton)
fourty – fiauratighi (MG fýrti; SW fyrtio)
for, before – firi, firir, furir, furi, fyr (MG fýr, fýre; SW för, före)
fish – fisc (MG fisk; SW fisk)
fly – fliauga (MG flauge; SW flyga)
from – fran (MG fran; SW från)
forest – scogh (MG skóg; SW skog)
first – fyrst (MG fyrst; SW först)
gambling – dufl (MG dufl; SW spel)
goat – gait (MG gait; SW get)
good – goþr, koþr (m) (MG gódr; SW god)
god – guþ (MG gúd; SW gud)
ground, earth – iorþ (MG iord; SW jord)
have – hafa (MG ha; SW ha)
hold – halda (MG halde; SW  hålla)
he – hann (MG hann; SW han)
him – hann (ack) (MG hann; SW han)
him – hanum (dat) (MG hann; SW honom)
hair – har (MG har; SW hår)
high – hau (f), haur(m) (MG haug f, haugr m; SW hög)
hang – hengia (MG henge; SW hänga)
help – hialpa, hialba (MG hialpe, SW hjälpa)
here – hiar, hier (MG hier; SW här)
hear – hoyra (MG hoyre; SW höra)
hit – sla (MG sla; SW slå)
house – hus (MG heus; SW hus)
I – iac, iec (MG iak, SW jag)
in – in (MG inn, SW in)
is – ir, ier, ar (MG ier/er; SW är)
judge – dyma (MG dýme; SW döma)
kill – drepa (MG drepe; SW döda)
later, then – siþan (MG seine/sidan; SW sedan)
‘like that’ – slicu (MG sleike; SW sådan)
language, speech – mal (MG mal; SW språk)
law – lagh (MG lag; SW lag)
lead – laiþa (MG laide; SW leda)
long – langr  (m) (MG langr; lång)
live – lifa (MG live; SW leva)
more – mair (MG mair; SW mer)
month – manaþr (MG manad; SW månad)
man – maþr (MG mann; SW man)
milk – mialc, mielc (MG mialk; SW mjölk)
much – mikit (n) (MG mikit; SW mycket)
nothing – huerghi (MG varges; SW inget)
nine – niu (MG niu; SW nio)
now – nu (MG no; SW nu)
not – ai (MG ai; SW ej)
or – ellar, ella (MG ellar; SW eller)
on – a (MG pa, SW på)
one – ain (f) (MG ain; SW en)
our – uar, oar (m. sing. Nom.) (MG óre; SW vår)
offer – biauþa (MG biaude; SW bjuda)
over – yfir, ufir, ufr, ifir (MG yvar; SW över)
out of – yr (MG ýr; SW ur)
one – ann (m) (MG ann; SW en)
one – att (n) (MG att; SW ett)
people – fulc (MG folk; SW folk)
people – lyþr (MG lýd; SW folk)
pray – biþia (MG bide; SW be)
promise – lufa (MG luge; SW lova)
pole – stulpi (MG stolpe; SW stolpe)
pole – stang (MG stang; SW stång)
prayer – byn (MG byn; SW bön)
queen – drytning (MG drytning; SW drottning)
came- kuam, quam (MG kvam, kom; SW kom)
rise – raisa (MG raise; SW resa)
right – reth (MG rét; SW rätt)
shall – scal (MG skal; SW ska)
shoot – schiauta (MG skiaute; SW skjuta)
say – segia (MG sege; SW säga)
six – siahs, siex (MG sieks; SW sex)
soul – sial, salu (MG siel; SW själ)
seven – siau (MG siau; SW sju)
stop – lyfta, lykta (MG lykte; SW sluta)
she  – han (MG ha; SW hon)
skin – skin (MG skin; SW skinn)
smith – smiþr (MG smid; SW smed)
so – so (MG so; SW så)
someone – nequar (MG nokun; SW någon)
spring – ladigh (MG ladig; SW vår)
stone – stain (MG stain; SW sten)
stand – standa, stanta (MG sta; SW stå)
steal – stiela (MG stiele; SW stjäla)
son – sun (MG sun; SW son)
south – suþr (MG sudr; SW söder)
sweet – syt  (f) (MG sýt; SW söt)
take – taca (MG ta; SW ta)
that  – et, at (MG at; SW att)
touch – royra
that – sum (MG sum; SW som)
trip – ferþ (MG ferd; SW färd)
that one – hin  (f)
that one – hinn  (m)
this – hitta, þitta (n)
to – til
ten – tiu
twenty – tiughu
twelve – tolf
two – tu (n)
two – tvair  (m)
two – tvar (f)
them – þaim
they – þair (m)
there – þar
they – þar  (f)
though – þau
they – þaun (n)
three – þriar (f)
three – þrir (m)
three – þry (n)
village – socn
we – vir, uir
week – wica
work – arfuþi
wedding – bryþlaupr
well – uel, vel
with – miþ, meþ
world – vereld
what – huat, hut
when – þa
widow – enkia
white – huit
woman – cuna
wound – sar
write – scrifa
yard – garþr, karþr
year – ar
young – ungr  (m)

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