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732 ÞYRELIAN -- UN-BINDAN

þyrelian. Add; -- Þyrlie obunco, An. Ox. 18 b, 66.

-þyrlic. v. samod-þyrlic : þyrniht. l. þyrniht[e].

þyrstan. I 2. add :-- Gif him þyrste, ðú dó him drincan, Hml. S. 21, 376. II 2. add :-- Þonne seó sáwl þyrsteð and lysteð Godes ríces Deum sitiens anima, Gr. D. 244, 27.

þys. The MS. has ðyf. l. (?) þyf. v. þyf: pyse. v. mægen-þyse.

þys-lic. II. add :-- Þás þyslican sindon tó rihtanne, Gr. D. 263, 2.

þyssa. v. mere-þyssa : þýstrig. v. þeóstrig.

U

u. Add :-- Án s for ðan ðe se u is lang, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 178, 7.

ufan. II.add: (l) literal :-- Sleá man of þá hand þe hé þ-bar; fúl mid worhte, and sette ufan on (uppon, v.l.) þá mynetsmiððan. Ll. Th. i. 206, 21. (2) figurative :-- Þ UNCERTAIN hine man forgulde mid healfan punde; gif wé þonne gyld áræ-acute;rdon, þ-bar; him man ýhte ufon on þ-bar; be his wlites weorðe, Ll. Th. i. 234, 6. v. ofer-, wiþ-ufan.

ufan-cumende; adj. Coming from above :-- Þ UNCERTAIN ufancumende leóht, Gr. D. 285, 6.

ufer[r]a. II. add :-- Þá þá seó lættre tíd cóm, and seó ufere þæs dæges weóx and ágán wæs cum jam hora tardior excrevisset, Gr. D. 128, 13. Seð ufere (lætre, v.l.) tíd hora tardior, 129, 2. v. yfera.

uferian. Add; v. oferian ; uferung.

uferor; adv. Higher :-- Swá swá heálícor, þæs uferur ut altius, An. Ox. 5058. v. ufor.

uferung, e ; f. Delay :-- Heó onginneð wépan, for þon þe hire þynceð lang seó ylding and seó uferung hwænne heó cume tó Gode flere incipit, quia differtur a regno, Gr. D. 245, 7. v. uferian ; II.

ufe-weard. I. add: ofe-weard :-- Strýc þú of ufwerdum heáfde mid þínum twám scytefingran nyþerweard, Tech. ii. 119, 17. Andlang mearce on ðone gáran ufwerdne, C. D. v. 356, 17. Gyndleccing ofeweard . . . gyndleccing neaþewerd inriguum superius . . . inriguum inferius, Scint. 27, 6.

ufor; II. add :-- Ðætte hié swá micle swíðor ðone spild ðæs hryres him ondræ-acute;den ðonne ða óðre, swá hí ufor stondað ðonne ðá óðre ut tanto sollicitius praecipitem ruinam metuant, quanto altius stant, Past. 407, 21. v. uferor, yfemest.

úhta l. úhte; f. I. add :-- On úhtan hié árísað mane consurgent, Past. 249, 4. Ðæs cocces ðeáw is ðæt hé micle hlúdor singð on úhtan ðonne on dægred gallus profundioribus horis noctis altos edere canius solet, cum vero matutinum tempus in proximo est, minutas ac tenues uoces format, 461, 2. V. Crístes-maesse- (Chr. 1021 ; P. 154, 31), weorc-úhte,

úle. Add: The word occurs in local names, Úlan-bearh. -beorh, -cymb, -del, -hyrst, -wal, C. D. vi. 345

ultor a vulture :-- Se ultor sceolde forlæ-acute;tan þ-bar; hé ne slát þá lifre Tyties, Bt. 35, 6; F. 170, 2.

un-. (4) add: v. un-scyld, un-earfoþlíce.

un-áberendlic. Add :-- Bóc lytestne unáberendlicre byrþenne codicem ponderis pene importabilis, Bd. 5, 13; Sch. 639, 3. Hwæt bið unáberendlicre tó gesiónne ðonne ðæs bearnes cwalu beforan ðæs fæder eágum ? Quid esse intolerabilius polest, quam mors filii ante oculos patris?, Past. 343, n.

un-áblinnendlíce. Add: cf. un-tðlæ-acute;tendlíce.

un-áboht. v. un-geboht.

un-ácumendlic. Add: I. intolerable :-- Þá gefór on Iulianes mód unácumendlic (intolerabilis) forhtnys, Gr. D. 37, 26. II. impossible to do :-- Se hláford bær þone cnapan tó Martine trúwigende þ-bar; him unácumendlic næ-acute;re þone cnapan tó gehæ-acute;lenne, Hml. S. 31,

un-æ-acute;fæstlíce; adv. Irreligiously :-- Gif hwylc bróðor a npreósthýrede bið þe intó cyrcan unæ-acute;wfæstlíce and prútlíce (non religiose, sed pompatice) gæ-acute;ð, Chrd. 60, 33.

un-æ-acute;metta. Add: -- Bisceopas mid óðrum unæ-acute;mettan (occupationibus) ábysgode. Chrd. 80, 21.

un-æþelness. For 'Dial. 2, 23' substitute :-- Seó aeþelnes heora gebyrda gegearwað þæs módes unæþelnesse solet nobilitas generis parare ignobilitatem mentis, Gr. D. 151, 24.

un-ætspornen. For 'Dial. l, 9' substitute: Gr D. 60, 26, and add : v. un-forspurned.

un-áfúliende; adj. (ptcpl.) Incorruptible :-- Unáfúliendre clæ-acute;nnesse imputribulis pudiciti&e-hook;, An. Ox. 2613.

un-áhefendlic; adj. Insupportable :-- Þæ-acute;r is unmæ-acute;te cyle and unáhefendlic hæ-acute;to geméted. Verc. Forst. 175. v. á-hebban, A. II 4.

un-álífed. Add :-- Þá unáléfdan inlecebrosa, An. Ox. II, 9.

un-álífedlic. Add :-- Unálýfedlicum pricelsum inlecebrosis stimulis, An. Ox. 4227. Þæt þú forseó weorlde ára, and húru ungemetlice and uná lífedlice, Solil. H. 46, 9.

un-álífedlíce. Add :-- Þá þá hé barn witodlíce útan, hé ádwæ-acute;scte þ-bar; hé unálýfedlíce (illicite) barn innan, Gr. D. 101, 27. Sum Godes wer . . . æt in wege unálýfedlíce þurh unhýrsumnesse, and hine þá sóna ácwealde án leó, 294, 23.

un-álogen; adj. Without deception or failure :-- Him is þæt sóþe in heofonum gehealden mid úrum Dryhtne þæt him éce and unálogen bið, Nap. 64.

un-ámeten. (2) add :-- Unámeten immensus, Angl. ii. 358, 2.

un-ámetenlic; adj. Unmeasured :-- Unámetenlic immensus (Pater), Ps. Rdr. 298, 9. See preceding and following words. >

un-ámetgod; adj. Unmeasured, not having determined limits :-- Swá swá ná unscapene ne ðrý unámetgode, ac unámetgode sicut non (tres) increati nec tres inmensi, sed (unus increalus el unus) inmensus, Ps. Rdr. 298, 12.

un-ámirred; adj. Uninjured, unrlestroyed :-- Gif gé (men seized by a lioness) wyllað gelýfan on Críst, þonne mage gé gán unámyrrede heonan; gif gé nellað þone geleáfan habban, nát ic gif eówre godas eów gehelpan magon, Hml. S. 35, 285.

un-andcýþigness. Add: Ps. Vos. 24, 7.

un-andergilde. In the passage given this word seems intended to render ' quod non vilescat', and so should mean (?) valuable.

un-andgitfull. Add: not rational :-- Þ UNCERTAIN unandgitfulle gesceaft þæs wætres elementum irrationabile, Gr. D. 194, 7.

un-andgitol; adj. Unintelligent :-- Gif hé sý unandgyttol si est minus intelligens, Chrd. 42, I.

un-áræfedlic; ad/. Intolerable :-- Be ðám tintregum unáræfedlicum (intolerabilibus), Bd. 5, 12 ; Sch. 617, 12.

un-áræfnedlíce; adv. Intolerably :-- Óðer den wæs légum full swýðe egesfullíce, óðer wæs náhte þon læ-acute;s unáræfnedlíce cyle full, Bd. 5, 12 ; Sch. 616, 7.

un-áreccendlic. Add: [O. H. Ger. un-arrechanlík non enarrabilis.]

un-árímed. I. of a whole containing numberless units, take here the first four passages in Dict. II. of the separate units, take here the last four passages, and add :-- Þá (anfiteatra) wæ-acute;ron unárímede, Ors. 3, 3; S. 102,

un-árímendlic; adj. Innumerable :-- Þ UNCERTAIN hé gesáwe unárímendlice (innumera) stówa þára lígea, Gr. D. 317, 8.

un-árweorþlic; adj. Dishonourable, disgraceful :-- Swá hit is eác unárwurðlic (inhonestus) and bysmerlic þ-bar; hig óðres hádes reáf werian, Chrd. 63, 24.

un-ásecgendlic; II. add :-- Unásecgendlicum inauditis, i. nefariis, An. Ox. 3373.

un-áspringendlic; adj. Unfailing :-- Hire byþ se deáþ undeádlic and seó wanung unáspringendlic and se ænde ungedállic ei mors immortalis sit et defectus indeficiens et finis infinitus. Gr. D. 337, II. In heofona ríce is éce líf and unáspringenlic gefeá, Nap. 64.

un-áspyrigendlic. For second passage substitute :-- Unáspyrgendlice (-spyriendlice, v.l.) syndon his wegas investigabiles sunt viae ejus, Gr. D. 137. 27.

un-ástyrigendlic. Add :-- Hé stód þæ-acute;r ealle þá niht unástyrigendic (-onstyrgendlic, v.l.) immobilis perstitit, Gr. D. 225, 4.

un-ástyrod. Add :-- Þonne wuniað þá gesewenlican stánas ealle þára andweorca unástyrede (-onstyrede, v.l.) þá þe wæ-acute;ron æ-acute;r gesewene þ-bar; hí wæ-acute;ron onstyrede mox immobilia remanent cuncta quae moueri videbantur, visibilia corpora metallorum, Gr. D. 270, 9,

un-áteórigendlic. II. add :-- Þone gást ðe is éce and unáteórigendlic, Hml. S. 17, 14. III. of a person, that fainleth not :-- Is maUNCERATAIN trum weall and unáteórigendlic bewerigend (cf. Is. 40, 28), Hml. S. 7, 127.

un-áteórod. Add: -- Unáteóredum inexhaustum, i. indefectum, An. Ox. 2373.

un-áwemmed. Add :-- Ic beó unáwemmed (immaculatus) mid him, Ps. L. 17, n-

un-áwemmende not to be defiled (?) :-- Hé gesette unáwemmendne (immaculatam) weg mínne. Ps. L. 17, 33,

un-áwendedlic. Add: unmoved, immoveable :-- Se stán wunode fæst and unáwendedlic (unwendedlic, v.l.) lapis immobilis mansit, Gr. D.

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un-áwendendlic. Add :-- Drihten, þú þe simle unáwendenlic wunast, Solil. H. 55, 16.

un-bebyriged. Add :-- Þæt líc læg unbebyrged, Gr. D. 318, 6; 154, 25.

un-befangenlic. Add: -- Hú unbefaiigenlice (incomprehensibilia) his dómas syndon, Gr. D. 137, 25.

un-befeóndlic. v. un-beseóndlic: un-besacen. Add: v. bí-sæc.

un-beseóndlic. Add: Another reading is unbefeóndlicne, Bd. Sch. 291, 12.

un-besmiten. Add: -- Onbesmitenes incontameinata An. Ox. H. 52.

un-bilewit; adj. Not gentle, harsh, fierce : -- Unbylewitan inmites, An. Ox. 56, 232.

un-bindan. Add: I. to free from a bond (lit. or fig. ) :-- Fram