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UN-GEWYNELÍC - UN-HÆ-acute;LU

un-gewynelíc; adj. Unusual, unwonted :-- Mid ege ungewynelícum timore insolito, Anglia xiii. 411, 651. v. un-gewunelíc.

un-gewyrht in the phrases be ungewyrhtum undeservedly, not according to one's deserts; gratis, Ps. Surt. 34, 7, 19: 68, 5: Ps. Spl. C. 108, 2: 118, 161.

un-gifeðe; adj. Not granted :-- Ús wæs á syððan milts ungyfeðe, Beo. Th. 5835; B. 2921.

un-gifre; adj. Harmful, unfortunate :-- Æ-acute;r gé sceonde fremmen, ungifre yfel ylda bearnum, Cd. Th. 149, 5; Gen. 2470. v. gifre.

un-gifu, e; f. An evil gift :-- Hæfð se yfela gást hérongeán seofonfealde ungifa ... ða yfelan ungifa ðæs árleásan deófles syndan ðus genamode insipientia, stultitia..., Wulfst. 52, 7-20: 58, 14.

un-gild, -gilde, es; n. An improper or excessive tax :-- Hé æ-acute;fre ðás leóde mid here and mid ungylde tyrwigende wæs, for ðan ðe on his dagan æ-acute;lc riht áfeóll, and æ-acute;lc unriht up árás, Chr. 1100; Erl. 236, 2. Ðis wæs swíðe geswincfull geár þurh manigfeald ungyld, 1098; Erl. 235, 11. Ús ungylda swýðe gedrehton, Wulfst. 159, 12. Ðis wæs swíðe hefigtýme geár ... on ungyldan ða næ-acute;fre ne áblunnon, Chr. 1097; Erl. 234, 25.

un-gilda, an; m. One who is not a full member of a guild :-- Æt æ-acute;lcon rihtgegyldan áne byrðene wudes and twá æt ðam ungyldan (cf. (?) for a difference between those in the same gild, Hæbbe æ-acute;lc gegilda .ii. sesteras mealtes, and æ-acute;lc cniht ánne, 613, 32), Chart. Th. 606, 16.

un-gilde; adj. Not entitled to wergild :-- Gif se friðman fleó oþþon feohte, and nelle hine cýþan, gif hine man ofsleá, licge ungylde, L. Eth. ii. 3; Th. i. 286, 14. Homo qui aliquem innocentem affliget in via regia, si jaceat, jaceat in ungildan ækere [as the technical name of the crime here referred to was forsteal (cf. si in via regia fiat assaltus super aliquem, forestel est, L. H. I. 80, § 2; Th. i. 586, 2), the passage seems to be a Latin equivalent for the following: Gif hwá forsteal gewyrce, ... gif hé sylf gewyrce ðæt hine man áfylle, licge æ-acute;gilde, L. Eth. vi. 38; Th. i. 324, 21-24; so that the phrase licgan in ungildan æcere seems to be equivalent to licgan ungilde], L. Eth. iv. 4; Th. i. 301, 23. [Icel. ú-gildr for whom no wer-gild is to be paid.] v. æ-acute;-, or-gilde.

un-gímen[n], e; f. Carelessness :-- Þurh ungémænne synne (ðurh gýmeleáste, col. 1) per culpam incuriae, Bd. 3, 17; S. 544, 24, col. 2: 2, 7; S. 509, 19. Ungýmenne, 4, 25; S. 599, 20. Ðurh ungýmenne per incuriam, 4, 9; S. 576, 28.

un-gímende; adj. (ptcpl.) Careless, negligent :-- Ða ðing ðe se Dryhtnes wer geseah nales eallum monnum suongrum and heora liifes ungémendum [ungemyndum for(?) ungýmendum, Bd. S. 630, 38] sæcgan wolde haec quae viderat idem vir Domini non omnibus desidiosis ac vitae suae incuriosis referre volebat, Bd. 5, 12; M. 434, 5. v. preceding word.

un-gin[n]; adj. Not ample, contracted :-- Á sceal ðæs heánan hyge hord onginnost, Exon. Th. 346, 18; Gn. Ex. 206.

un-girwan, -girian; p. -girwde, -girede To strip, divest :-- Hé gewlitegaþ and gegeraþ æalle gesceafta and æft ungewliteaþ and ungeraþ, Shrn. 198, 13. Gúðlác hine sylfne ungyrede, Guthl. 16; Gdwin. 68, 16. Hé hine ungyrede ðæs godcundan mægenþrymmes, Blickl. Homl. 103, 2. Hiæ-acute; ungeredun (exuerunt) hine and gegearwadun (induerunt) hine his ágene wéde, Mt. Kmbl. Rush. 27, 31. Ðeodoricus wæs ungyred and unscód, Shrn. 85, 32. v. on-girwan.

un-glæd; adj. Dull, cheerless :-- Swá eác se súþerna wind hwílum miclum storme gedréfeþ ða sæ-acute; ðe æ-acute;r wæs smylte wedere glæshlútra on tó seónne; ðonne heó swá gemenged wyrð mid ðan ýðum, ðonne wyrþ heó swíþe hraðe ungladu, þeáh heó æ-acute;r gladu wæ-acute;re on tó lócienne si mare volvens turbidus Auster misceat aestum, vitrea dudum, parque serenis unda diebus, mox, resoluto sordida coeno visibus obstat, Bt. 6; Fox 14, 26. [Goddes glam to hym (Jonah) glod, þat hym unglad made, Allit. Pms. 94, 63. Icel. ú-glaðr.]

un-glædlíc; adj. Stern, implacable :-- Stíð, grimm, unglædlíc inmitis, atrox, implacabilis, Germ. 392, 33. v. glæd, III.

un-glædnes glosses imperitia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 46, 25, but un-glæ-acute;wnes perhaps should be read. v. un-gleáwness.

un-gleáw; adj. I. of persons, without understanding, without skill, not sagacious, ignorant, blind (fig.) :-- Ungleáw imperitus, Wrt. Voc. i. 55. 49. Ungleu caecus, Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 15, 14. Synt gé þus ungleáwe (inprudentes)? Ne ongyte gé ðæt...? are ye so without understanding? Do ye not perceive that...? Mk. Skt. 7, 18. Ungleáwe inertes, Wrt. Voc. ii. 45, 32. Hit ne biþ seó ylce ádl, þeáh ðe ungleáwe læ-acute;cas wénan ðæt ðæt seó ylce healfdeáde ádl sí, Lchdm. ii. 284, 24. I a. where that in which there is want of skill is expressed :-- Ðá wæs ic ungleáw ðæs geþeódes ðara Indiscra worda ... ðá rehte hit mé se bisceop, Nar. 29, 14. Wé ðæs londes ungleáwe and unwíse (imprudentes; but the Latin is not literally translated) wæ-acute;ron, 10, 6. II. of things :-- dull, not apt for service :-- Sweord gebræ-acute;d gód gúðcyning, gomele láfe, ecgum ungl[e]áw (dull of edge; cf. sió ecg gewác, bát unswíðor ðonne his ðiódcyning þearfe hæfde, 5148-; B. 2577-), Beo. Th. 5121; B. 2564. [Icel. ú-glöggr not clever.]

un-gleáwlíce; adv. Without understanding, without sagacity, unwisely, imprudently :-- On his heortan cwæð unhýdig sum ungleáwlíce ðæt God næ-acute;re dixit insipiens in corde suo, Non est Deus, Ps. Th. 52, 1. Gif hé ðære styringe ne wiðstent, ðonne gescient hé ða gódan weorc ðe hé oft æ-acute;r on stillum móde ðurhteáh, and suá ungleáulíce for ðæm scyfe ðære styringe suíðe hrædlíce tówierpð ða gódan weorc ðe hé longe æ-acute;r foreðonclíce timbrede qui, dum perturbationi suae minime obsistunt, etiam si qua a se tranquilla mente fuerant bene gesta, confundunt, et improviso impulsu destruunt, quidquid forsitan diu labore provido construxerunt, Past. 33; Swt. 215, 17. [O. H. Ger. un-glaulíhho insolerter.]

un-gleáwness, e; f. Want of understanding, unskilfulness, foolishness, blindness (fig.) :-- Unglædnes (-glæ-acute;wnes?) imperitia, Wrt. Voc. ii. 46, 25. Sió ungleáwnes biþ on ðé selfum, ðæt ðú hit ne canst on riht gecnáwan,

Bt. 39, 10; Fox 226, 33. Ongleáwnis imperitia, Scint. 5, 5. [Un]gleáwnysse rusticitatis, Hpt. Gl. 529, 16. Hé næ-acute;fre for his unglaunesse (ungleáwnesse, MS. T.) and for his unscearpnesse ða ðénunge on riht geleornian mihte nullatenus propter ingenii tarditatem potuit ministerium discere, Bd. 5, 6; S. 620, 7. Of ungleáunesse imperitia (os stultorum pascitur imperitia, Prov. 15, 14), Kent. Gl. 520. Ungleównise heartæs caecitatem cordis, Mk. Skt. Lind. Rush. 3, 5.

un-gleáwscipe, es; m. Want of understanding, foolishness; imperitia, Scint. 83, 16.

un-glenged; adj. Unadorned :-- Unglenied inculta, non ornata, Hpt. Gl. 435, 25.

un-gníðe; adj. Not scanty, liberal, abundant :-- Monigfealde sind geond middangeard gód ungnýðe (-gnyde, MS.) ðe ús dæ-acute;leþ tó feorhnere Fæder ælmihtig manifold and abundant are the goods which for our life's support the Father almighty gives on earth, Exon. Th. 359, 31; Pa. 70. v. gneáð.

un-gód; adj. Not good, evil, bad :-- Seldan hé bið eald; ungódan deáðe hé swylt, Lchdm. iii. 184, 23. On ylde ungódum deáðe heó swylt, 188, 28. [Dede unngod and unnclene, Orm. 16739. O. H. Ger. un-guot: Icel. ú-góðr.]

un-gód, es; n. Evil, ill :-- Wá eów ðe taliaþ ungód tó góde and gód þing tó yfele vae qui dicitis malum bonum, et bonum malum, Wulfst. 47, 6. Heó firenaþ mec wordum, ungód gæleþ, Exon. Th. 402, 25; Rä. 21, 35. [Nis þing so god þat ne mai do sum ungod, O. and N. 1364.]

un-grápigende; adj. Not handling, that does not handle :-- Hí habbaþ ungrápigende handa manus habent, et non palpabunt (Ps. 115, 7), Homl. Th. i. 366, 27.

un-gréne; adj. Not green :-- Folde wæs ðágyt græs ungréne, Cd. Th. 7, 36; Gen. 117.

un-grið violation of peace, hostility (Lye). [Fore sware unngriþþ þatt heþenn follc þær wrohhte, Orm. 16280.]

un-grund; adj. Bottomless, boundless, immense :-- Ðæs heriges hám eft ne com ealles ungrundes æ-acute;nig of that host, all boundless as it was, not one came home again, Cd. Th. 209, 32; Exod. 508. [Cf. Icel. ú-grunnr not shallow; ú-grynni; n. boundlessness, in phrases like ú-grynni hers, liðs, manna.]

un-grynde; adj. Bottomless, deep, Exon. Th. 354, 21; Reim. 49. v. preceding word.

un-gyld, -gylde. v. un-gild, -gilde.

un-gyltig; adj. Innocent :-- Hit God wræc on him, swá oft swá hié mid monnum ofredan, ðæt hié mid hiera cucum onguldon, ðæt hié ungyltige cwealdon, Ors. 4, 7; Swt. 184, 9. [Un-gilti innoxius, Wick. Gen. 37, 22. Ongylty immunis, innocens, Prompt. Parv. 365.]

un-gýmen[n]. v. un-gímen[n].

un-gyrdan; p. de To ungird :-- Se cyning ungyrde hine ðá his sweorde rex discinxit se gladio suo, Bd. 3, 14; S. 540, 35. Se cásere hét hine ungyrdan and bewæ-acute;pnian, Homl. Skt. ii. 30, 409. Gif him þince ðæt hé sý ungyrd, broc ðæt biþ, Lchdm. iii. 172, 12.

un-gyrian. v. un-girwan.

un-hádian; p. ode To deprive of orders :-- Sý hé unhádod ordine suo privetur, L. Ecg. C. 6; Th. ii. 138, 22. Sume wyllaþ ðæt hé sig eft unhádod nonnulli volunt ut denuo ordine caveat, 3; Th. ii. 136, 36. [He him plihte he wolden unhadien Costanz ... þe abbed unhadede his broðer, Laym. 13169.]. v. on-hádian.

un-hádod; adj. Not ordained :-- Unhádod man homo non ordinatus, L. Ecg. C. 12; Th. ii. 142, 3. v. un-gehádod.

un-hádung renders exordinatio in :-- Unhádunge exordinationes, R. Ben. Interl. 110, 8.

un-hæ-acute;l, un-hæ-acute;lan. v. un-hæ-acute;lu, ge-unhæ-acute;lan.

un-hæ-acute;lþ, e; f. Bad health, sickness, weakness, infirmity :-- Líchaman unhæ-acute;lð ormæ-acute;te mægenu sáwle tóbrycð corporis debilitas nimia uires anime frangit, Scint. 54, 17: 107, 11. Ne beþurfon læ-acute;ces ða ðe hále synd, ac ða ðe unhæ-acute;lþe habbaþ (qui male habent), Lk. Skt. 5, 31. [Ne elde ne unhelðe, O. E. Homl. ii. 35, 6: Misc. 108, 113.]

un-hæ-acute;lu; indecl.: un-hæ-acute;l, e; f. I. bad health, disease, sickness, infirmity, (a) of persons :-- Se oferdrenc fordéð ðæs mannes gesundfulnysse and unhæ-acute;l becymð of ðam drence, Ælfc. T. Grn. 21, 38. Oferfyll bið ðæs líchaman unhæ-acute;l, Wulfst. 242, 4. Búton ðé unhæ-acute;l oððe yld derige, 247, 34. Ða diófla gelæ-acute;rdon hié, ðæt ða ðe on unhæ-acute;le wæ-acute;ran, ðæt hié hále for hié cwealdon, Ors. 4, 4; Swt. 164, 17. Gif ðú wile hál beón, drinc ðé gedeftlíce; æ-acute;lc oferfyl fét unhæ-acute;lo, Prov. Kmbl. 61. Unhæ-acute;lo languorem, Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 4, 23: crucem, 16, 24. Ðám ðe under hý migaþ ... ða unhæ-acute;le heó gehæ-acute;lþ, Lchdm. i. 360, 9. Ðás unhæ-acute;le (blotch), ii. 76, 16. Untrymmnise &l-bar; unhæ-acute;lo infirmitates, Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 8, 17. (b) of animals, unsoundness :-- Gif mon hwelcne ceáp gebygeþ and hé ðonne onfinde him hwelce unhæ-acute;lo on binnan .xxx. nihta, L. In. 56; Th. i. 138, 11. [Licome unhele, O. E. Homl. i. 7, 23. Unhæle and ælde, Laym. 11546. Unnhal þurrh unnride unnhæle, Orm. 4779. O. H. Ger. un-hailí insania. Cf. Goth. un-haili; n. ill-health.] II. misfortune, mishap :-- Sorge ne cúðon, wonsceaft wera, wiht unhæ-acute;lo, Beo. Th. 241; B. 120. [Envye that sory is of other mennes wele and glæd is of his sorwe and unhele, Chauc. Doct. T. 116. Icel. ú-heill mishap.]