Excellent, thank you. or in modern english, 'sound'.
This phrase is basically archaic English; probably some newer versions of the Bible have a more modern equivalent. In modern English, it would be something like this: " Don't do anything to others that you wouldn't like them to do to you." You may also want to consult different versions of the Bible, for alternative (and perhaps more modern) translations.
singular of may
"Oer" is the poetic license word for "over".
It means "Powerful" in modern English.
Allanis means "Attractive" It is Modern English
Don't delay or wait
It's freend. At least in early modern english..
Unto basically means 'to', so give unto just means give to.
It means afraid or scaredafraid