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UN-BIRNENDE - UN-CÁFSCIPE

un-birnende; adj. Without burning, without being on fire, Beo. Th. 5089; B.2548.

un-bisc[e]opod; adj. Unconfirmed :-- Wé læ-acute;raþ.... ðæt æ-acute;lc cild sý gefullod binnon .xxxvii. nihtum, and ðæt æ-acute;nig man tó lange unbiscopod ne wurðe, L. Edg. C. 15; Th. ii. 246, 28. Unbiscpod (-biscopod, MSS. C. E.), Wulfst. 120, 15. Wé secgaþ eów, ðæt æ-acute;lc cild sceall beón binnon þryttigum nihtum gefullod ... Ne næ-acute;nne man man ne læ-acute;te unbisceopod tó lange ... And witan ða ðe cildes onfón æt fulluhte oððe æt bisceopes handum, ðæt hí hit on rihtum geleáfan gebringan, 300, 16-30. [Longe beon unbishoped, A. R. 204, 29.]

un-biþirfe; adj. Useless, vain, unprofitable :-- Ðú hafast unbiþyrfe ofer witena dóm wísan gefongen you have taken an unprofitable course contrary to the judgement of wise men, Exon. Th. 248, 18; Jul. 97. Ða (false gods) sind geásne góda gehwylces, ídle, orfeorme, unbiþyrfe, ne ðæ-acute;r freme méteþ fira æ-acute;nig, 255, 21; Jul. 217. [O. Sax. un-bither&b-bar;i: O. H. Ger. un-biderbi inutilis, vanus, inanis.]

un-blanden; adj. Unmixed :-- Unblonden non mixtum, Rtl. 68, 30.

un-bleoh; adj. Not coloured, clear, bright, splendid :-- Is mín land foremæ-acute;re and mé swýðe unbleó haereditas mea praeclara est mihi, Ps. Th. 15, 6. Hwæt mæg beón heardes hér on lífe wið ðam ðú móte gemang ðam werode eardian unbleoh on écnesse (but there is no corresponding word in the Latin, which is: Quid durum saeclo consetur in isto, utque illas inter liceat habitare cohortes?), Dóm. L. 302. Cf. ungebleoh.

un-bletsung, e; f. Cursing :-- Fela is ðæra ðe .... embe bletsunga oððe unbletsunga leohtlíce læ-acute;taþ, and ná understandaþ ... 'Quodcumque benedixeritis et cetera,' L. I. P. 6; Th. ii. 310, 36.

un-blinnendlíce; adv. Incessantly :-- Unblinnendlíce dón wæs incessabiliter acta est, Bd. 1, 6; S. 476, 26.

un-bliss, e; f. Unhappiness, grief, sorrow, misery :-- Mycel is mé unbliss mínra dýrlinga miss, Homl. Skt. i. 23, 271. Nú wé beód blíðe, and eft on micelre unblisse, Homl. Th. i. 184, 3. Manege unblissa and micele sorga becómon ðám Iudéiscum æfter Cristes slege, Homl. Ass. 9, 179.

un-blíðe; adj. I. sad, sorrowful, grieved :-- Unblíðe tristis, Mt. Kmbl. Rush. 19, 22: Beo. Th. 261; B. 130. Giómormód, unblíðe, 4529; B. 2268. Wæs hé swýðe unblíðe ... Ðá geseah Gúðlác ðone bróþor sárig, Guthl. 9; Gdwin. 50, 6. Beón in unblíðum móde moestus esse, Mt. Kmbl. Rush. 26, 37. Ðám unblíðum (tristibus) sint tó cýðanne ða gefeán ðe him gehátene sindon ... Gehiéren ða unblíðan (tristes) ða leán ðæs gefeán ðe hié tó hopiaþ ... Monige beóð ðeáh blíðe and eác unblíðe (laeti vel tristes) for ðæs blódes styringe, Past. 27; Swt. 187, 16-24: 61; Swt. 455, 10. Hú blinde hí (the envious) beóð, ðonne hí beóð unróte for óðerra monna gódan weorcnm and for hira ryhtum gefeán beóð unblíðe quantae caecitatis sint qui alieno provectu deficiunt, aliena exultatione contabescunt, 34; Swt. 231, 17. Hý áswindaþ vel heó beóþ unblíþe contabescunt, i. exsiccant, Wrt. Voc. ii. 134, 74. Weorod eall árás, eodon unblíðe, weóllon teáras, Beo. Th. 6054; B. 3031: Cd. Th. 223, 29; Dan. 127. Gemynð hé ða ungelimp ðe hé hæfde on his wrecsíðe and ne byð þeáh ná ðe unbliðre (not less glad), Shrn. 204, 11. Ðonne hwylcum men gelimpeþ ðe his leóf fæder gefærþ, ne mæg ðæt ná beón ðæt ða bearn ðe unblíðran ne sýn it cannot be that the children are not the sadder, Blickl. Homl. 131, 25. II. unkind, shewing ill-will or displeasure, stern, angry :-- Gif égo ðín unblíðe sé si oculus tuus nequam fuerit, Mt. Kmbl. 6, 23. Ðá wearð unblíðe Abrahames cwén hire worcþeówe, wráð on móde, heard and hréðe, Cd. Th. 136, 16; Gen. 2259. Him unblíðe andswarode wulfheort cyning, 224, 10; Dan. 134. III. unquiet, not peaceful :-- Giðreáð ðe unblíðo corripite inquietos, Rtl. 11, 37. [O. H. Ger. un-blídi tristis.]

un-blíðeméde; adj. Sadhearted, sorrowful :-- Unblíðemoede moestus, Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 26, 37.

un-blódig; adj. Bloodless :-- On unblódium gefeohte incruento prelio, Germ. 395, 16.

un-boht unbought, free :-- Unboht &l-bar; unceáped gratis, Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 10, 8. Sacleás &l-bar; unsynnig &l-bar; unbocht gratis, Jn. Skt. Lind. 15, 25.

un-boren; adj. Unborn :-- Se ðe unborenum cildum líf sylð, Homl. Skt. i. 23, 429. Ða unborenan bearn, Past. 48; Swt. 367, 20. [Goth. un-baurans.]

un-brád; adj. Not broad, narrow :-- Eall swá brád seó sunne is swá eall eorðan ymbhwyrft, ac heó þingð ús swýðe unbrád, Lchdm. iii. 236, 8. Se unbráda þistel scolimbos, Wrt. Voc. i. 69, 12. On bræ-acute;de, ðár hit brádest is, fíf geurda, and ðæ-acute;r hit unbrádost is, ánne geurde, Chart. Th. 156, 29. Ðæ-acute;r ðæt land unbrádest is, ðér hit sceol beón eahtatýne fóta brád, 236, 8.

un-bræ-acute;ce; adj. Unbreakable, indestructible :-- Flint unbræ-acute;cne, Exon. Th. 1, 11; Cri. 6. Tír unbræ-acute;cne, Apstls. Kmbl. 172; Ap. 86.

un-brice, un-briéce. v. un-bryce, un-brýce.

un-brocheard; adj. Tender, delicate :-- Unbrocheard vel séfta delicatus, i. tenerus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 138, 39. Hwí ne niiht ðú ongitan, ðætte æ-acute;lc wuht cwices biþ innanweard hnescost and unbrocheardost quid, quod mollissimum quodque, sicuti medulla est, interiore semper sede reconditur? Bt. 34, 10; Fox 150, 6.

un-brosnigendlíc; adj. Incorruptible, imperishable :-- His líchama wæs grápigendlíc, and ðéahhwæðere unbrosnigendlíc; hé æteówde hine grápigendlícne and unbrosnigendlícne, Homl. Th. i. 230, 26: 300, 10: Homl. Skt. ii. 27, 146. Ðú unscrýddest ðé ðone brosnigendlícan mann and ðé gescrýddest ðone unbrosnigendlícan mann, 30, 114: Homl. Ass. 45, 521. On ðam gemæ-acute;nelícum æ-acute;riste beóð úre líchaman geedcennede tó unbrosnigendlícum líchaman, Homl. Th. i. 394, 33.

un-brosnung, e; f. Incorruption :-- Beód úre líchaman geedcnnede tó unbrosnunge, ðæt is tó écum ðingum, Homl. Th. i. 394, 27. Áwende fram brosnunge tó unbrosnunge, ii. 206, 2.

un-bryce; adj. Unbroken, inviolate, uninjured :-- Hwæþre his meahta spéd hálig wunade, dóm unbryce, þeáh hé deáþes cwealm ræfnan sceolde, Exon. Th. 240, 21; Ph. 642. Hyre wæs mægen unbrice, 256, 22; Jul. 235.

un-brýce; adj. (or subst.?) Useless, unprofitable :-- Unbrýce, unbrýce, unbrycci ineommodum, Txts. 69, 1050. Unbriéce incommodum, inutile, Wrt. Voc. ii. 44, 76. Nyle hé ða dærstan him dón unbrýce faex ejus non est exinanita, Ps. Th. 74, 8. [But calleth hym yn the gospel ryche, As unkynde and unbryche, Halliwell's Dict. Goth. unbrúkjai skalkós servi inutiles, Lk. 17, 10.] Cf. un-behéfe.

un-brýde. v. next word.

un-brygd (?), es; m. A not unfair turn, fair dealing(?) :-- Swá ic hit hæbbe, swá hit se sealde, ðe tó syllanne áhte, unbrýde and unforboden, and ic hit ágnian wille tó æ-acute;genre æ-acute;hte so I have it, as he gave it, who had the right to give, without fraud and unforbidden, and I mean to possess it as my own property, L. O. 13; Th. i. 184, 4. Cf. brægd, brygd (bryd). Or, perhaps, unbrýde = un-brigde without liability to be reclaimed; cf. Icel. brigð a right to reclaim, chiefly of landed property.

un-bunden; adj. Not bound :-- Nelle ic (a bow) unbunden æ-acute;nigum hýran nymþe searosæ-acute;led, Exon. Th. 406, 10; Rä. 24, 15. Gif hé hine bescire unbundenne ... Gif hé hitte gebinde and ðonne bescire, L. Alf pol. 35; Th. i. 84, 7.

un-burh (?). v. un-býing.

un-býed; adj. Uninhabited, desert :-- Unbýed is styd disertus est locus, Mk. Skt. Lind. Rush. 6, 35. Wéstig &l-bar; unbýed deserta, Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 23, 38. In unbýedum londæ in deserto, p. 9, 14.

un-býing (?) a solitude :-- Unbyergo (-býengo? or -byrego, from -burh? Cf. un-lond) solitudines, Rtl. 1, 17.

un-byrged; adj. Unburied :-- Se cásere bebeád ðæt hine man forléte unbyrgedne, Shrn. 57, 1.

unc; dat.: unc, uncet (-it), acc.: uncer; gen. Us two, me and thee, me and him. (1) alone :-- 'Hwæt wylle gyt ðæt ic inc dó?' Ðá cwæ-acute;don hí: 'Syle unc ðæt wit sitton, án on ðíne swýðran healfe and óþer on ðíne wynstran,' Mk. Skt. 10, 37. Hé sæ-acute;de unc eall, Gen. 41, 13. Ðú mé behéte hál ðæt ðæt ðú mé, sealdest, on ða gewitnesse ðe unc ðá mid wæs, L. O. 7; Th. i. 180, 24. Unc is his hyldo þearf, Cd. Th. 41, 30;. Gen. 664. Æfter ðon ðe wit nú betweoh unc tógongenne beóþ, ne geseó wit unc ofer ðæt in ðysse weorulde, Bd. 4, 19; S. 607, 20. Beforan ungc, 5, 12; S. 628, 15. Mid ðý ic unc wénde ingangende beón, S. 629, 39. Wit unc werian þóhton, Beo. Th. 1085; B. 540. Gif hé forhigeþ uncet fyrenfulle, Shrn. 42, 27. Ðá sende hé uncerne efenþeówan mid unc, ðæt hé uncet sceolde út álæ-acute;dan ... ðá ne mihte hé unc gesión, 43, 1-5. Sege mínum bréðer ðæt hé dæ-acute;le uncer æ-acute;hta wið mé, Lk. Skt. 12, 13. Wit be uncer æ-acute;rdæ-acute;dum onfóð, 23, 41. Ðú hæfst yfele gemearcod uncer sylfra síð, Cd. Th. 49, 14; Gen. 792. Mid uncer ágene swurde, Shrn. 39, 35. Wit gerehton bi ealre uncer fóre, 43, 34. Uncer láþette æ-acute;gðer óðer, 39, 22. Ne næ-acute;fre uncer áwþer his ellen cýðde, Exon. Th. 496, 29; Rä. 85, 22. (2) with numeral forms :-- Ic wið ðé sceolde for unc ánum twám æ-acute;rendspræ-acute;ce ábeódan, Exon. Th. 472, 12; Rä. 61, 15. Unc mæ-acute;ran twám, 496, 6; Rä. 85, 10. Bismærædu ugket men bá ætgadre, Txts. 126, 8. Hwæðer uncer twéga, Beo. Th. 5057; B. 2532: Cd. Th.110, 9; Gen. 1835. Ic ræ-acute;d sprece bégra uncer, 115, 4; Gen. 1914. (3) with the name of the person who is associated with the speaker :-- Sceolde unc Adame (for me and Adam) yfele gewurðan ymb ðæt, heofonríce, Cd. Th. 25, 1; Gen. 387. Is ðæt land healf ðæs cinges, healf uncer Bretinges, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iii. 422, 11. Uncer Grendles of me and Grendel, Beo. Th. 4009; B. 2002. [Laym. Marh. Gen. and Ex. unc: Orm. uunc baþe: Kath. bituhten unc tweien (us twa, v. r.): Laym. O. and N. hwaðer unker. Goth. ugkis; dat.; ugkis, ugk; acc.; ugkara; gen.: O. Sax. unk; dat. acc.; unkeró; gen.: O. H. Ger. unker (zweio); gen.: Icel. okkr; dat. acc.; okkar; gen.] v. wit, uncer.

un-cáfscipe, es; m. Inactivity, sluggishness; ignavia :-- Ðá féng Nero tó ríce; se æt néxtan forlét Brytene ígland for his uncáfscipe (cf. se náht freomlíces ongan on ðære cynewísan, ac ... hé Breotona ríce forlét nihil omnino in re militari ausus est ... Brittaniam pene amisit, Bd. 1, 3; S. 475, 20), Chr. 47; Erl. 7, 26.