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UN-RÓTSIAN - UN-SCEÓD

un-rótsian; p. ode. I. to be sad, to be sorrowful :-- Hé unrótsade contristatus, Mk. Skt. Lind. Rush. 3, 5. Ðá unrótsodon helware, Homl. Skt. i. 4, 292. Ðæt gehwá for his synnum unrótsige mid sóðre dæ-acute;dbóte, Homl. Th. ii. 220, 20. Ðú læ-acute;rdest ðæt wé ne unrótsodon, þeáh úre spéda wanodon, Shrn. 167, 12. Hé ongann unrótsian coepit contristari, Mt. Kmbl. 26, 37. Hiá ongunnon unrótsia (-rótsiga, Rush.) illi coeperunt contristari, Mk. Skt. Lind. 14, 19. Unrótsande wæs contristatus est, Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 14, 9. II. to make sad or sorrowful :-- Alle gidroefde &l-bar; unrótsade (unródsad &l-bar; gestyred, Lind.) wérun omnes conturbati sunt, Mk. Skt. Rush. 6, 50. v. ge-unrótsian.

un-rúh; adj. Not rough, smooth :-- Cyrtil unrúh &l-bar; smoeðe tunica inconsutilis, Jn. Skt. Lind. Rush. 19, 23.

un-ryne, es; m. An ill-running, diarrhoea :-- Gif ðú ðás wyrte sylst þicgean on strangon wíne, heó ðæs innoðes unryne gewríð, Lchdm. i. 172, 13.

un-sac (-sæc?); adj. Free from any charge :-- Unsac hé wæs on lífe no charge was brought against him while alive, Lchdm. iii. 288, 6. v. sac, on-sæc, and cf. Icel. ú-sekr not guilty.

un-sadelod. v. un-gesadelod.

un-sæd; adj. Unsatisfied, insatiable :-- Unsædre heortan insatiabili corde, Ps. Th. l00, 5.

un-sæ-acute;d, es; n. Bad seed :-- Ealle unþeáwas áweallaþ of deófle, and hé ðæt unsæ-acute;d sáweþ tó wíde, Wulfst. 40, 23.

un-sægd, -sæ-acute;d; adj. Unsaid :-- Wé hit læ-acute;taþ unsæ-acute;d, Wanl. Cat. 6, 13.

un-sæ-acute;l, es; m. Unhappiness :-- Ða deóflu wæ-acute;ron on miclum unsæ-acute;lum (v. sæ-acute;l, IV, ¶), and ða englas wæ-acute;ron on swíðe micelre blisse, Wulfst. 236, 26. [Unsel him wes on mode, Laym. 30541. Sum unsel heom is ihende, O. and N. 1263. Þer heo þolyep al unsel, Misc. 146, 90. A dra&yogh;te of unsele an unfortunate draught, i.e. poison, Alex. (Skt.) 1106. On unsele oðer an untime at an improper season or time, Rel. Ant. i. 131, 43. Cf. Icel. ú-sæla unhappiness.]

un-sæ-acute;lan; p. de To untie, unbind, loose :-- Git moeteþ æsul gesæ-acute;lde and folan mid hire, unsæ-acute;leþ (solvite), Mt. Kmbl. Rush. 21, 2. Onlésed, unsæ-acute;led desolutus, i. liberatus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 139, 29. Unmidled vel unsæ-acute;led effrenus, 142, 60.

un-sæ-acute;le; adj. Evil, wicked :-- Unsæ-acute;le, gemáh improbus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 45, 16. [Crist warrþ unnorne and wrecche and usell child, Orm. 3668. Holde ich no mon for unsele (miserable) otherwhyle that he fele sumthyng that him smerte, Rel. Ant. i. 113, 13. Goth. un-séls πoνηρós: Icel. ú-sæll unhappy.]

un-sæ-acute;lig; adj. I. of persons, unhappy, unblest, miserable as being evil :-- Deófol sæ-acute;wð unwísdóm, ðæt unsæ-acute;lig man wísdómes ne gýmeþ, Wulfst. 52, 27. Ðú miltsige mé (a devil), ðæt unsæ-acute;lig (ic) ne forweorþe, Exon. Th. 269, 14; Jul. 450. Hí (the good) fore góddæ-acute;dum blissiaþ, ða hý (the wicked) unsæ-acute;lge æ-acute;r forhogdun tó dónne, 79, 9; Cri. 1288. Hæleð unsæ-acute;lige (the unbelieving Jews), Andr. Kmbl. 1122; An. 561. II. of things, unhappy, bringing misery :-- Æppel unsæ-acute;lga (cf. Milton: the fruit whose mortal taste brought death into the world, and all our woe), Cd. Th. 40, 10; Gen. 637. [Þe unseli Semei, A. R. 174, 1. Hwa se is swa unseli, þat he þis soð schunie, Kath. 1793. Unnseli&yogh; mann amm ic wurrþenn, Orm. 4812. Ðat folc unseli (the people of Sodom), Gen. and Ex. 1073. Unsely wrecche, Chauc. second N. P. T. 468. O. H. Ger. un-sálig infelix.] v. un-gesæ-acute;lig.

un-sæ-acute;lþ, e; f. Unhappiness, misfortune, misery :-- Ðæt is seó mæ-acute;ste unsæ-acute;lð on ðís andweardan lífe, ðæt mon æ-acute;rest weorþe gesæ-acute;lig and æfter ðam ungesæ-acute;lig in omni adversitate fortunae infelicissimum genus est infortunii, fuisse felicem, Bt. 10; Fox 26, 30. Him wæ-acute;re ealra mæ-acute;st unsæ-acute;lþ ðæt, ðæt se fyrst wæ-acute;re óþ dómes dæg licentiam infelicissimam, si esset eterna, 38, 4; Fox 204, 16. Hwelc mug him máre unsæ-acute;lð becuman quid eorum mente infelicius? Past. 45; Swt. 340, 4. Hié wilniaþ óþera manna unsæ-acute;lþa and him cymð sylfum ðæt ylce infelicitas in viis eorum, Ps. Th. 13, 7. Hé hwílum selþ ða gesæ-acute;lþa ðæ-acute;m gódum and ðæ-acute;m yflum unsæ-acute;lþa ... hwílum hé eft geþafaþ ðæt ða gódan habbaþ unsæ-acute;lþa and ungelimp and ða yfelan habbaþ gesæ-acute;lþa qui saepe bonis jucunda, malis aspera, contraque bonis dura tribuat, malis optata concedat, Bt. 39, 2; Fox 214, 1-5: 10; Bt. 28, 8. [He fleh mid muchele unsælðe, Laym. 4748. Al for hire onselþe (wickedness), 2nd MS. 2545. To þolenn illc unnsellþe, Orm. 1561. Unnseollþe, 4811. Sum unselþe heom is ihende, O. and N. 1263. Ðo wex unselðe on hem ... dolc, sor, and blein, Gen. and Ex. 3026. O. H. Ger. un-sálida infelicitas, dementia.] v. un-gesæ-acute;lþ.

un-sæpig; adj. Not sappy, sapless :-- Treówa gif hí beóð on fullum mónan geheáwene, hí beóð heardran tó getimbrunge, and swíðost gif hí beóð unsæpige geworhte, Homl. Th. i. 102, 24.

un-samwræ-acute;de; adj. Not united, opposed, contrary :-- Gif ða gódan ðonne simle habhaþ anweald, ðonne nabbaþ ða yfelan næ-acute;fre næ-acute;nne, for ðam ðæt gód and ðæt yfel sint swíþe unsamwræ-acute;de nam cum bonum malumque contraria sint, si bonum potens esse constiterit, liquet imbecillitas mali, Bt. 36, 3; Fox 176, 2. v. sam-wræ-acute;dness.

un-sár; adj. Not sore, without soreness or pain :-- Se teter bútan sáre hé ofergæ-acute;ð ðone líchoman...; se giecða bið suíðe unsár, Past. 11; Swt. 71, 19. Gníd mid ða tóðreoman, hí beóð clæ-acute;ne and unsáre, Lchdm. i. 346, 15. Ðæt geswel wyrð unsárre the swelling becomes more free from pain, ii. 208, 4.

un-sáwen; adj. Not sown :-- .ii. æceras, óðerne gesáwene, and óðerne unsáwene, L. R. S. 10; Th. i. 438, 5.

un-scæþfull, -scæþþig, -scæþþende. v. un-sceaþfull, -sceþþig, -sceþþende.

un-sceád[e]líce; adv. Unreasonably :-- Gif hwylc bróðor unsceádelíce hwæs bidde si quis frater aliqua inrationabiliter postulat, R. Ben. 54, 13. v. un-gesceádlíce.

un-sceádwíslíc; adj. Unreasonable, irrational :-- Gif wé ða unsceádwíslícan styrunga on stæððignysse áwendaþ, Homl. Th. ii. 210, 30. v. un-gesceádwíslíc.

un-sceamfæst; adj. Shameless, impudent :-- Unsceamfæst impudens, Wrt. Voc. i. 86, 57. Unscamfæst impudens, inverecundus, sine pudore, Hpt. Gl. 472, 37. [Onschamefæst inpudens, inverecundus, effrons, Prompt. Parv. 367.]

un-sceamfulness, e; f. Shamelessness, immodesty, lasciviousness :-- Unsceomfulnise (-scomfulnisse, Rush,) inpudicitia, Mk. Skt. Lind. 7, 21.

un-sceamiende not being ashamed :-- Ðæt hé mæge fore eágum eorðbúensdra unscomiende éðles brúcan bysmetleás, Exon. Th. 81, 17; Cri. 1325.

un-sceamig; adj. Not to be confounded, unabashed :-- Is on mé sweotul ðæt ðú unscamge æ-acute;ghwæs wurde on ferþe fród in me is it plain, that thou, O woman not to be confounded! hast become in everything sagacious in mind, Exon. Th. 275, 18; Jul. 552. [O. H. Ger. scamig confusus, erubescens; unscameg ze uuerdenne not to be put to shame.]

un-sceamlíc; adj. Immodest, shameless :-- Ic hí ástyrede mid fúllícum gespræ-acute;cum. Hí míne unsceamlícan gebæ-acute;ra geseónde mé on heora scip námon tó him, Homl. Skt. ii. 23 b, 377. [O. H. Ger. un-scamalíh impudens.]

un-sceamlíce; adv. Shamelessly :-- Ðæt [hié] mid ðám hæleðum hæ-acute;man wolden unscomlíce, Cd. Th. 148, 19; Gen. 2459. [O. H. Ger. un-scamalícho impudenter.]

un-sceandlíce (?); adv. Shamelessly :-- Ic mé unsceandlíce [the un- has been erased (properly. v. sceandlíce) in one MS.], swá swá ic gewuna wæs, tómiddes heora gemengde, Homl. Skt. ii. 23 b, 372.

un-scearp; adj. Not sharp :-- Unscearp wín, Lchdm. ii. 212, 4. v. scearp, II.

un-scearpness, e; f. Want of sharpness, dullness :-- For his ungleáwnesse and for his unscearpnesse propter ingenii tarditatem, Bd. 5, 6; S. 620, 7.

un-scearpsíne; adj. Not sharpsighted :-- Ealdes mannes eágan beóþ unscearpsýno ... Þus mon sceal unscearpsýnum sealfe wyrcean tó eágum, Lchdm. ii. 30, 27-32, 1.

un-sceaþfull (-scæþ-, -seeþ-); adj. Innocent :-- Se ðe æfter ðæm higaþ ðæt hé eádig sié on ðisse worulde, ne biþ hé unsceaþful (-full, Cott. MSS.) qui festinat ditari, non erit innocens, Past. 44; Swt. 331, 15. Hé ðe unscæðfull byð mid his handum innocens manibus, Ps. Th. 23, 4. Unsceðfull wið ða unsceðfullan, 17, 25: 24, 19. Ða wegas ðæra unsceðfulra vias immaculatorum, 36, 17. Ða unscæðfullan heortan rectos corde, 36, 13. [Shep iss all unskaþefull, Orm. 1176.]

un-sceaþfullíce; adv. Innocently :-- Ða ðe unsceaðfullíce (-sceð-, Cott. MSS.) libbaþ qui innocenter vivunt, Past. 37; Swt. 263. 7.

un-sceaþfulness, e; f. Innocence :-- Se ðe gehielt his unsceaðfulnesse and his gódan willan si mentis innocentia custoditur, Past. 34; Swt. 234, 22. Ðý læs hí forlæ-acute;tan hiora uusceaþfulnesse (-sceð-, Cott. MS.) desinet colere forsitan innocentiam, Bt. 39, 10; Fox 228, 5. Unsceaðfulnisse innocentiam, Ps. Surt. 17, 25. Unsceðfulnisse, 7, 9: 40, 13: 100, 2.

un-scelleht. v. un-scilliht.

un-scende, -scynde; adj. Without disgrace, honourable, noble :-- Ælfheres láf (a coat of mail) golde geweorðod, ealles unscende, æðelinges reáf, Wald. 96; Vald. 2, 20. Gife unscynde a noble gift (the nails from the cross), Elen. Kmbl. 2400; El. 1201: 2492; El. 1247. Eów Dryhten geaf dóm unscyndne, 730; El. 365. Se him dóm forgeaf, unscyndne blæ-acute;d, Cd. Th. 263, 16; Dan. 763. [O. H. Ger. un-scant non ignominiosus.]

un-scended; adj. Unharmed, uncorrupted :-- Erfeweardnisse unscended hereditatem incorruptam (v. 1 Pet. 1, 4), Rtl. 24, 32. Unscendede hond manum inlesam, 102, 37.

un-scendende; adj. Innocent :-- Unscendende ic am innocens ego sum, Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 27, 24.

un-sceód. v. un-scóg(i)an.