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UN-ÁSECGENDLÍCE - UN-BEALUFULL

un-ásecgendlíce; adv. Unspeakably, in a way that cannot be told, ineffably :-- Háligne Gást forþleórendne of Fæder and of Suna unásecgendlíce (inenarrabiliter), Bd. 4, 17; S. 586, 14.

un-ásedd; adj. Unsated :-- Unásaedde (-seddae) inopimum, Txts. 71, 1102. Unásedde, Wrt. Voc. ii. 48, 81.

un-áseolcendlíc; adj. Eager, energetic, vehement :-- Of geornum subnixis, unáseolcendlícum (-seoclendlícum, MS.) menegungum hortamentis (the whole passage is: Puberem subnixis precibus et inauditis blandimentorum hortamentis flectere nitebantur, Ald. 46), Hpt. Gl. 485, 50. v. un-ásolcenlíce, á-seolcan.

un-áseowod; adj. Unsewed, without seam :-- Seó tunece wæs unásiwod (-seowod, MS. A.) erat tunica inconsutilis, Jn. Skt. 19, 23.

un-áséðendlíc (-sédendlíc? v. sédan); adj. Insatiable :-- Unáséðendlíc insaturabilis, Kent. Gl. 471. Unáséðenlíc insatiabilis, 522: 1031: insaturabilis, 1087.

un-ásmeágendlíc; adj. Unsearchable, past finding out, inscrutable :-- Seó godcundnys is unásmeágendlíc, Homl. Th. ii. 232, 4: Ham]. Skt. i. 1, 33. Ðín myldheortnys is swíðe mycel and unásmæ-acute;gendlíc, 3, 548. Ðære sáwle brógan, unásmeágendlícu yrmðu (misery beyond the power of man to explore), Wulfst. 249, 19. He mé gefrætwode mid unásmeágendlícra wurðfulnesse, Homl. Skt. i. 7, 31. Ða óðre heofenan, ðe bufan hyre synd and beneoðan, synd mannum unásmeágendlíce (are beyond the reach of men's investigation), Lchdm. iii. 232, 23. His lára and his drohtnunga sind ús unásmeágendlíce, Homl. Th. i. 392, 23.

un-ásolcenlíce; adv. Not lukewarmly, heartily, energetically, with vigour :-- Gif ðæt gebodene bið gefremed unforhtlíce and unsleaclíce and unásolcenlíce si quod jubetur non trepide, non tarde, non tepide efficiatur, R. Ben. 20, 19.

un-áspringende; adj. Unfailing :-- Geunne mé ðæt ðis wæter sý mé tó fulwihtes bæþ unáspringende (fiat mihi haec aqua fons baptismi indeficiens, Homl. Ass. 217, 326), Nar. 46, 9.

un-áspyrigendlíc; adj. That cannot be investigated, that cannot be learnt by inquiry :-- Unásperiendlíc in[inve]stigabilis, Kent. Gl. 91. Unásporiendlíc, Dial. 2, 16.

un-ástíðod; adj. Not made firm :-- Gif mon on níwne weall unádrugodne and unástíðodne micelne hróf and hefigne onsett, ðonne ne timbreþ hé nó healle ac hryre quod structuris recentibus necdum solidatis, si tignorum pondus superponitur, non habitaculum sed ruina fabricatur, Past. 49; Swt. 383, 32.

un-ástyrigendlíc; adj. Motionless :-- Ic fór of dúne on ða eorðan, and forneáh eallunga unástyrigendlíc bútan gáste læg, Homl. Skt. ii. 23 b, 576. Beón hig unástyriendlíce (immobiles) swylce stán, Cant. M. 16. (Ex. 15, 16).

un-ástyrod; adj. Unmoved; inmotus, Hymn. Surt. 11, 4.

un-ásundrodlíc; adj. Inseparable; inseparabilis, Rtl. 122, 10: 109, 13.

un-áswundenlíce; adv. Not languidly, not slowly, promptly :-- Ðá ðóhte hé ðæt hé sceolde weorulde wiþsacan, and ðæt unáswundenlíce swá gedyde (non hoc segniter fecit), Bd. 4, 3; S. 567, 23. Heó ðæt weorc unáswundenlíce gefylde opus non segniter implevit, 4, 23; S. 593, 36.

un-átalodlíc; adj. Unnumbered, innumerable :-- Gyltingum unátaladlícum delictis innumerabilibus, Rtl. 124, 42.

un-áteald; adj. Uncounted :-- Gif se dæg bið forlæ-acute;ten unáteald, ðæ-acute;rrihte áwent eal ðæs geáres ymbrene ðwyres, Boutr. Scrd. 28, 32. v. un-teald.

un-átellendlíc; adj. Innumerable :-- Seó fyrd wæs unátellendlíc ðe hé gegaderod hæfde, Chr. 1049; Erl. 172, 23. Hí bereáfedan hí æt eallon ðan gærsaman ðe heó áhte; ða wæ-acute;ron unátellendlíce, 1043; Erl. 168, 34. Ðam se fæder becwæð gersuman unáteallendlíce, 1086; Erl. 221, 8. Míne unátellendlíce (innumerabilia) beón ic oncnáwe gyltas, Anglia xi. 118, 62.

un-átemed; adj. Untamed, unsubdued :-- Severus micelne dæ-acute;l Breotone mid díce tósceádde fram óþrum unátemedum ðeódum, Bd. 1, 5; S. 476, 3.

un-átemedlíc; adj. Untameable :-- Forðon ðe ða men wæ-acute;ron unátemedlíce and heardes módes and ellreordes eo quod essent homines indomabiles et durae ac barbarae mentis, Bd. 3, 5; S. 527, 25.

un-áteoriende; adj. Unwearying, indefatigable :-- Unáteoriendum þénungum indefessis (infaligabilibus) famulatibus, Hpt. Gl. 463, 8.

un-áteorigendlíc; adj. I. indefatigable, unwearied :-- Mid unáteriendlíce strecnysse indefessa instantia, Hpt. Gl. 434, 22. II. that shall not fail, unending, imperishable :-- Hí befæston Godes láre heora underþeóddum tó unáteorigendlícum gafele, Homl. Th. i. 544, 18. Wé habbaþ unáteorigendlíce sáule, 96, 18. Wé ðe sind éce on úrum sáwlum, and eác beóð on líchaman unáteorigendlíce æfter ðam gemæ-acute;nelícum æ-acute;riste, ii. 462, 30.

un-áteorigendlíce; adv. I. indefatigably :-- Unáteorien[d]líce infatigabiliter, Hpt. Gl.424, 17. II. unceasingly, without failing :-- Unáteoriendlíce incessabiliter, R. Ben. Interl. 22, 13. God ðe wé unátirendlíce (incessanter) ondræ-acute;den, Chart. Th. 316, 33.

un-áteorod; adj. Unwearied, unexhausted, unfailing :-- Unáteorodne inexhaustam (indefessam, indeficientem), Hpt. Gl. 463, 18.

un-áþreótende; adj. Unwearying, inexhaustible :-- Hí unáþreótendum þrymmum singaþ, Exon. Th. 24, 21; Cri. 388.

un-áþroten; adj. Unwearied, persevering :-- Sindon tó séceanne stronge and unáðrotene láreówas and ðurhwuniende fortes perseverantesque doctores quaerendi sunt, Past. 22; Swt. 171, 9.

un-áþrotenlíce; adv. Unweariedly, unceasingly :-- Hí sint tó manienne ðæt hí unáðrotenlíce ða gedónan synna gelæ-acute;den beforan heora módes eágan admonendi sunt, ut incessanter admissa ante oculos reducant, Past. 53; Swt. 413, 14. Ealne ðisne andweardan welan hí swíþe unaþrotenlíce sécáþ, Bt. 32, 3; Fox 118, 21: 39, 13; Fox 234, 7.

un-átweógendlíce. v. un-tweógendlíce.

un-áwæscen; adj. Unwashed :-- Unáwæscen wull lana succida vel sucilenta, Wrt. Voc. i. 61, 8. Unáwaxen wul lana sucida, ii. 54, 6.

un-áwegendlíc; adj. Immovable, unshaken :-- Seó gefæstnung staðelfæst and unáwægendlíc mid þurhwuniende rihte beó gefæstned confirmatio stabilis et inconcussa perseverantissimo jure consolidetur, Chart. Th. 319, 9.

un-áwemmed; adj. Unstained, undefiled, immaculate :-- Unáwoemmed immaculatus, Rtl. 24, 42: 29, 11, 15. Unáwemdo eunuchi, Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 19, 12.

un-áwemmedlíc; adj. Incorruptible, immaculate :-- Eádignisse unáwoemmedlícum beata immortalitate, Rtl. 33, 12.

un-áwemmedness, e; f. Incorruption :-- Crist gewát of deáðe tó lífe, and of brosnunga tó unáwemmednysse, and of wíte tó wuldre, Anglia viii. 330, 10.

un-áwend, -áwended; adj. Unchanged, unaltered :-- Hláfordes rihtgifu stande æ-acute;fre unáwend (-áwended, MS. B.), L. C. S. 82; Th. i. 422, 3: Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iv. 231, 17. Ic wille ðæt se fréols stonde unáwent, 219, 20.

un-áwendedlíc, -áwendlíc; adj. Unchangeable, fixed, invariable :-- Ðú ðe ealle ða unstillan gesceafta tó ðínum willan ástyrast and ðú self simle stille and unáwendedlíc ðurhwunast qui stabilis manens das cuncta moveri, Bt. 33, 4; Fox 128, 10. Unáwendedlíce, unáwendlíce fixa, Ælfc. Gr. 43; Zup. 254, 17 note. v. un-áwendendlíc.

un-áwendende; adj. Unchanging :-- Se ús gesette sido unáwendendne, Met. 11, 13. v. next word.

un-áwendendlíc; adj. Unchangeable, unalterable, invariable :-- Heora nán næ-acute;fre of ðam háde ðe hé is ne áwent, forðan ðe God is unáwendendlíc, Homl. Th. ii. 606, 27: Bt. 35, 2; Fox 158, 4. God is ealra ðinga reccend and hé ána unáwendendlíc wunaþ and eallra ðara áwendendlícra welt rerum orbem mobilem rotat, dum se immobilem ipsa conservat, 35, 5; Fox 166, 9. Sió godcunde foreteohhung is ánfeald and unáwendendlíc (simplex immobilisque), 39, 6; Fox 220, 16. God gesette unáwendendlícne sido, 21; Fox 74, 1. Eorþan ðú sealdest unáwendendlíce terram dedisti immobilem, Hymn. Surt. 19, 33. Gif hí béoð participia, ðonne beóð hí ... mobilia; gif hí beóð naman, ðonne beóð hí ... fixa, ðæt is unáwendendlíce, Ælfc. Gr. 43; Zup. 254, 17. Ða habbaþ ða écean reste and unáwendendlíce welan, Homl. Skt. i. 22, 219.

un-áwendendlíce; adv. Unalterably, without possibility of change :-- Ic nát hwæþer hit eall gewyrþan sceal unáwendendlíce, ðæt hé wát and getiohhod hæfþ. Ðá cwæþ hé: 'Ne þearf hit nó eall gewiorþon unáwendendlíce; ac sum hit sceal geweorþan unáwendendlíce, Bt. 41, 3; Fox 248, 30-250, 2.

un-áwidlod; adj. Uncontaminated, undefiled :-- Lombes unáwidlades agni incontaminati, Rtl. 24, 40. Erfeueardnisse unáwidlad hereditatem incontaminatam, 32.

un-áwirded; adj. Uninjured, uncorrupted :-- Unáwerded incorruptibilis, Jn. Skt. p. 1, 12. Unáwoerdedo inlaesos, Rtl. 102, 31.

un-áwriten; adj. Unwritten :-- Thomes ðrowunge wé forlæ-acute;taþ unáwritene, Homl. Th. ii. 520, 9. Unáwritten cautionem, Lk. Skt. Lind. 16, 6.

un-bældo. v. un-bildu.

un-banden; adj. Released from bonds :-- Æfter ðam þúsende byð se deófol unbanden (-bunden?), Anglia viii. 336, 15.

un-beald; adj. Not bold, not confident, irresolute :-- Oft gebyreþ ðæm manðwæ-acute;ran, ðonne hé wierð ríce ofer óðre men, ðæt hé for his manðwæ-acute;rnesse ásláwaþ and wierð tó unbald (-beald, Hatt. MS.), forðæm sió unbieldo and sió manðwæ-acute;rnes bióð swíðe anlíce nonnunquam mansueti, cum praesunt, vicinum et quasi juxta positum torporem desidiae patiuntur, Past. 40; Swt. 288, 1. On óðre wísan sint tó manianne ða ánfealdan stræcan, on óðre ða unbealdan ... Ðæ-acute;m unbealdum is tó cýðanne hú giémeleáse hié bióð ðonne hié hié selfe tó suíðe forsióð aliter admonendi sunt pertinaces, atque aliter inconstantes ... istis intimandum est, quod valde se despicientes negligunt, 42; Swt. 305, 12-16. Wénde ic ðæt ðú ðý wærra weorþan sceolde, and ðý unbealdra, Exon. Th. 268, 4; Jul. 427. [Laym. un-bald.]

un-bealu; gen. -beal(u)wes; n. Innocence :-- Mid unbealuwe ealre heortan in innocentia cordis mei, Ps. Th. 100, 2.

un-bealufull; adj. Innocent, harmless :-- Of unbealafullum feoh geræ-acute;can, L. I. P. 12; Th. ii. 320, 26: Wulfst. 83, 13.