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734 UN-EÁÞNESS -- UN-GELEÁFFULL

Past. 355. 41. II. add: Swá þéh þe him lytles hwæt uniéðe sié, hú earfeðlíce hí hit gemæ-acute;nað, Or. 3, 9 ; S. 136, 18.

un-eáþness. I. In 1. 7 after fare insert: non mihi labor est ad Dominum meam uenire, and add: distress of body or mind :-- Mid þiére unéþnysse (-eáð-, v.l. ) swá myccles sáres onæ-acute;led doloris magni stimulis accensus, Gr. D. 207, ii.

un-endebyrdlíce. Add; -- Unendebyrdlíce singan vocibus inordinatis recitare, Chrd. 57, 13.

un-fæderlíce. Add :-- Hé ábát his suna . . , and unfæderlíce macode heora flæ-acute;sc him tó mete, Sal. K. 121, 17.

un-fæger. Add :-- Swá sceort man and swá unfægger (-fæger, v.l.) on ansýne, Gr. D. 46, 20.

un-fægerness. Add :-- Þ UNCERTAIN hálige wîf ne ondréd hire náht þæ-acute;re útran scame and unfægernesse sancta mulier nihil exterioris deformitatis (cf. valde ignea conspersio corporis inerat) timuit, Gr. D. 379, 15.

un-fæstnian to unfasten, detach [ :-- Hæfð þæt dióful geworht bogan and stræ-acute;la . . . and æ-acute;lce dæge þæs diófles willa bið þ-bar; þissa stræ-acute;la nán ne sié geunfæstnod, gif hé findan mæg hwsér hé hié áfæstnian mæge, Verc. Först. 165.]

un-fealdan. Add: I. to unfold a material object, open a book :-- Þá bóc unlýsan and unfealdan solvere librum, Gr. D. 333, 10. II. fig. to unfold by narrating :-- Ic unfealde and gerecce twá dæ-acute;da Benedictes duo Benedicts facta replico, 162,

un-fenge ; adj. Unacceptable :-- Bið úre onsægdnes Gode uncwéme and unfenge. Verc. Först. 175.

un-feor[r]. I. add :-- Ðá wæs þæ-acute;r unfeorr (náht feorr, v.l. non longe] sum mynster, Gr. D. 103, 23.

un-fére. Add: [Cf. On his cildlicen unférnesse heó hine baðede . . . and swæðede and roccode, Nap. 87.]

un-flycge; adj. Unfledged :-- Unfligge inplumes, An. Ox. 28, 13.

un-foresceáwodlic. v. un-forsceáwodlíce (not -líc).

un-forgifende; adj. Unforgiving :-- Hé wæs heard and unforgyfende þám forwyrhtum mannum, Gr. D. 320, l.

un-fornæfedness. Add: -- Ðonne ðá gesinhíwan hí gemengað ðurh ungemetlice unforhæfednesse (incontinentiam), Past. 399, 16.

un-forrotigendlic. Add: -- Unforrotenlices inmarcescibilis (pudi-citiae], An. Ox. 2613.

unforsceáwod. Add: unpremeditated.

un-forspurned (-spornen); adj. Unobstructed :-- On unfor-spurnedum (-forspornenen, -ætspornenum, v.ll.) fótum inoffensis pedibus, Gr. D. 60, 28.

un-forwirded, -wird; adf. Unspoilt, undecayed: -- Þonne magon wé Drihtne bringan unforwyrdne wæst(m) gódra weorca, Nap. 87. v. un-forwealwod.

un-fulfremed. Add :-- Hwæthugu unfullfremedre wísan aliquid imperfectionis, Gr. D. 283, 21. Gewitenre tíde unfulfremedre praeterito tempore imperfecto, Ælfc. Gr. Z. 130, 13.

un-fyrn. I. add :-- Hé wæs nú unfyrn (nú for lyttlum fyrste, v.l.) forðféred ante non longum tempus defunctus est, Gr. D. 71, 18. II. add :-- "Hé deád byð unfyrn" . . . þírn ódran dæge æfter þæs Godes weres cwide hé his líf geendode, 62, 28. Þú wást þ-bar; ic sylfa unfyrn sceall beón sweltende scis quia ego modo te (the dying abbot) secuturus sum 226, 4.

un-geæ-acute;sce; adj. That cannot be found out by enquiry, indescribable :-- Se leóma geteáh mid ungeæ-acute;scre fyrhtu (inaestimabili pavore) þá heortan þæ-acute;ra ætstandendra wífa, Gr. D. 284, 20.

un-geáplíce; adv. Without due consideration :-- p bið ungéplíce gewriðen quod incaute ligatur, Chrd. 123, 9.

un-gearowitolness, e; f. Want of ready wit, want of clear thought :-- For þon wé hí geseóð swylce hit sý æ-acute;r sunnan uppgange, for þon þe hit nú gýt is in sumre glímunge and ungearewitolnesse (-gearu-, v.l.) úres módes quia quasi in quodam mentis crepusculo haec velut ante solem videmus, Gr. D. 331, 15. v. gearo-witolness.

un-gearu. III. add :-- Hé him sæ-acute;de þ-bar; hé hiene mehte læ-acute;dan þurh þæt wésten, þ-bar; hé on Perse on ungearwe becóme, Ors. 6, 31; S. 286, 17-

un-gebearde. Add :-- Ungebierde effebo, Wrt. Voc. ii. 31, 18. Swá ungebyrdun hysse ut effebo hircitallo, An. Ox. 7, 247.

un-gebeáten; adj. Unhewn (stone), not trimmed :-- Ungeb[e]itne stáne lapide inpolito, non excise (i. non tunso lapide, Ld. Gl. G. iii. 29), Txls. 113, 69.

un-gebeden (?); adf. In which an appeal for legal redress has not been made. See passage under ge-biddan; I. l. De placito ungebendro [= spræ-acute;ce (v. spræ-acute;c; X) ungebedenre ?], Ll. Th. i. 301, 21.

un-gebét[t]. Add: , un-gebeted. I. add :-- Þá synne þe hé æ-acute;r ungebéted hæfde, Gr. D. 329, 3. Him næ-acute;nig syn ungebéted (-bétedu, v.l.) bútan wrace áleoðod wæs, 332, 3.

un-gebígendlic. Add: that cannot bend, rigid :-- Se earm stód ungebígendlic (inflexible), Gr. D. 254, 37.

un-geblýged. l. -geblyged. v. á-blycgan.

un-geboden. v. un-gebeden.

un-geboht. Add: Another reading is un-áboht (non ad hoc cou-ductus), Ll. Lbmn. 399, 10. Cf. ge-bycgan ; V.

un-gebrosnendlic. Add :-- Þ hí onféngon þá ungebrosnendlican (-nedlican, v.l.) leán, Gr. D. 233, 15. v. un-brosnigendlic.

un-gebrosnod. Add :-- Wuninge on þe se ungebrosnod geleáfa, Verc, Först. 145, 4.

un-gebunden. Add :-- Hé tóbræc þone fótcops, and swá þéh æfter þan hé ne stóp mid þý unbundenum fét ofer þá stówe . . . ac hine sylfne beeóde . . . bútan racenteáge in swá mycclun landsticce ungebunden swá hé æ-acute;r gebunden on wunode, Gr. D. 214, 16.

un-gebyrded; adj. Unpolluted, uncorrupted :-- Wæs geméted se líchama swá gesund and swá ungebyrded (-geonbyrded, v.l.) swylce him næ-acute;fre ne gehrine æ-acute;niges írenes snide sanum atque intemeratum corpus inventum est, ac si nulla hoc incisio ferri tetigisset, Gr. D. 199, 4.

un-gecirred. Add: unchanged, unreformed :-- Gif hig þonne gýt eallunga ungerihte and ungecyrrede beón, Nap. 65, ii.

un-gecoplic. l. -cóp-. Add: The original Latin is: Lites cum importunis.

un-gecwéme. Add: -- Eallra synna sió (æfest) is Gode láþost and ungecwémost, for þan mancynn æ-acute;rest þurh æfeste wæ-acute;ron on helle besencte, Verc. Först. 95, 3. v. un-cwéme.

un-gedafenlic. Add :-- Ungedafendlic indecens. An. Ox. 3673.

un-gedállic; adj. Limitless :-- Byþ se ænde ungedállic esí finis infinitus, Gr. D. 337, II.

un-gedéf(e)lic; adj. Unbecoming, unseemly :-- Mid ungedéflicre and unwærlicre oferspræ-acute;ce loquacitatis incauta importunitate. Past. 95, 19.

un-gedered. Add :-- Ongederedes fæ-acute;mnhádes iniactae virginitatis, i An. Ox. II, 28. Hí ungederede genæ-acute;son . . . ungederede on heora gegeraelan laesi non sunt. . . illaesis vestibus, Gr. D. 219, 19-24 v. un-gehrinen.

un-gedríme; adj. Dissonant, discordant, inharmonious :-- Hí gemaciað þ-bar; þá óðre beóð ungedrýme aliorum uoces dissonare compellunt, Chrd.'57, 12.

un-gedwimorlíce; adv. Not as a magical illusion, really :-- Þ UNCERTAIN weolcn underféng hine ungedwimorlíce, Nap. 64.

un-geeahtedlic; ad; '. Incalculable, extraordinary :-- Mid ungeehted-licre ændebyrdnesse inaestimabili ordine, Gr. D. 248, 20.

un-geeahtendlic. Add :-- Mid ungeæhtendlicre (-eht-, v.l.) wyn-sumnesse inaestimabili suavitate, Gr. D. 282, 21.

un-geendodlic. Add: that is without end, endless :-- Hé þurhwunað in þám ungeændedlican wíte. Gr. D. 264, 7.

un-gefæd, es; a. Indiscretion :-- Hit is gewuna on manegum preóst-híredum þ-bar; mid miclum ungesceáde and ungefade (inrationabiliter atque indiscrete) sume þá preóstas þe woruldwelan habbað . . . scolon máran and creáslicran fódan habban on mynstre, Chrd. 13, 14.

un-gefandod. In l. 2 read flæ-acute;sclicrä.

un-gefeá, an ; m. Unhappiness :-- Ðá men þe mæ-acute;stne dreám bútan Godes ondrysnum úp áhebbað hér on wornlde, hié þonne eft mæ-acute;ste unrótnesse bútan ende and mæ-acute;stne ungefeán bútan æ-acute;nigre blisse hiá onfóó. Nap. 64.

un-gefére. I. add :-- On ungeférum wege in invio, Ps. Vos. 106, 40.

un-gefóg, es; n. Excess :-- Weámóde láreówas þurh hetolnysse heora réðscipes gehwyrfaíf þæ-acute;re láre gemet tó ungefóge þæ-acute;re wælhreównysse (ad immanitaiem crudelitatis), Chrd. 70. 16.

un-gefóg, adj. Add: cf. un-gefége.

un-gefóglic; (2) add :-- Gif þá synna ne beóþ tó ungefóhlice and unonlýsendlice si insolubiles culpae non fuerint, Gr. D. 348, 3. [In 1. 2 for Greg. Dial. l, 9 substitute Gr. D. 64, 28.]

un-gefullod. Add :-- Ðá cóm án gecrístnod man tó Martine . . . ac æfter feáwum dagum hé wearð fæ-acute;rlíce seóc, swá þ-bar; hé forðférde ungefullod sóna, Hml. S. 31, 210.

un-gefylledlic. Add :-- For his ungefylledlican hátheortnesse insatiabili furore, Gr. D. 197, 12. Ungefylledlecre, Ps. Vos. 100, 5.

un-geglenged; adj. Unadorned :-- Ungeglenced inculta (cesaries), An. Ox. 1210.

un-gehealdsum. Add: -- Ungehealdsumera inpudicarum, An. Ox. 7, 349. Ungehaldsumra, 8, 330.

un-gehefegod ; adf. Not pregnant, not with child :-- Ungehefegude non grauidam, An. Ox. 27. 31.

un-gehrinen. Add: -- Óðer dæ-acute;l hire wæs forbærned, óþer dæ-acute;l wunode ungehrinen and ungedered (pars altera intacta remanebat), Gr. D. 340, 22. Hé forlét eall þ-bar; feoh ungehrinen, 339, 28.

un-gelæ-acute;red. Add: -- Ungelæ-acute;redes folces indocti uulgi, Angl. xiii. 421, 802.

un-gelæ-acute;redlic; adj. That learns with difficulty :-- Hé forlét þá ungelæ-acute;redlican (earfoðlæ-acute;ran, v.l.) gebróðru indociles deseruit, Gr. D. no, 21.

un-geleáf. Add: incredulous :-- Þá ongan hé beón eallunga ungeleáf þ-bar; hé hit wæ-acute;re ipsum hunc esse coepit omnino non credere, Gr. D. 46, 12. [O.H.Ger. un-giloubo incredulus.]

un-geleáffull. Add: I. infidel, (l) adjectival :-- Ungeleáful wiþer-