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UNNA -- UN-ÞANCOL 737

specum devenit, ibique nesciens ingressa mansit, Gr. D. 176, 21. II. add :-- Gelamp hit þ-bar; se sácerd unmyndlinga (unwénlíce, v.l., inopinate) wearð ábysgod wíneard tó settanne, Gr. D. 88, 16.

unna. I. add :-- Búton ðes abbudes hæ-acute;se and unne sine abbatis iussu et concessu, C. D. iv. 200, 11.

unnan. Add :-- Unnende indulta, Rtl. 40, 5. III. add :-- Hit becwæð sé þe hit áhte . . . swá swá hit his yldran . . . létan and læ-acute;fdan þám tó gewealde þe hý wel úðon, Ll. Th. i. 184, 3.

un-nídelíce; adv. Not scantily, moderately :-- Swíþe wundorlice wísan þ-bar; wæ-acute;ron, þá þe ic gehýre and náht unnédelíce bliþe (non mediacriter læctaUNCERTAIN Gr. D. 346, 9.

un-nytness. Add :-- Ídel unnetnys uana mobilitas, i. instabilitas, Germ. 401, 99. Unnitnes uanitas, An. Ox. 46, 44. Unnytnys nenias, 56, 322-

un-nyt[t] ; adj. Add :-- Unnytte superfluas, Germ. 402, 69.

un-nytt; n. Add: what is useless or unprofitable :-- Ic nát hwes ic bydde hweder ic bydde nyttes þe unnyttes mé sylfum oððe þám freóndum þe ic lufige nescio quid mihi ex eo ulile sit, vel eis quos diligo, Solil. H. 13. 18-

un-oferswíþed. Add :-- Hé ne lét ná of gebedum his unoferswíðdan gást, Hml. S. 31, 1357.

un-oflinnendlíce; adv. Without desisting, without leaving off :-- Þá cwelleras unoflinnendlíce cwelmað, Verc. Först. 139, 15.

un-onlísendlic; adj. That cannot be absolved :-- Gif þá synna ne beóð unonlýsendlice (insolubiles), Gr. D. 348, 4.

un-onstyrigendlíc. v. un-ástyrigendlic: un-onstyrod. v. un-ástyrod.

un-onwendedlic. Add: immoveable :-- Hé ealle niht staþpolfæst and unonwendedlic þurhwunode immobilis permansit, Gr. D. 112, II. See next word.

un-onwendedlíce ; adv. Without movement :-- Þurhwuniendum unonwendedlíce (immobiliter) eallum þám getimbre þæs hámes þ-bar; wundorhús gefeóll, Gr. D. 119, 26.

un-ræ-acute;dlíce; adv. Add: without good counsel :-- Gif se cyning rihtwísnysse ne hylt . . . hé bið eft genyþerad . . . under þám unrihtwísum þe hé unræ-acute;dlíce geheóld, O. E. Hml. i. 303, 19.

unræ-acute;d-síp. Substitute :-- Ic dysge dwelle ond dole hwette [on] unræ-acute;dsíþas, óþrum stýre nyttre fóre, Ru. 12, 4. v. hwettan; II 2a.

unriht-crafing, e; f. An unjust claim :-- Hér kýð on þissere béc þ-bar; Huberd cræfede ánne wífmon mid unrihte . . . Huberd wæs leósende þæ-acute;re wífmanne for his unrihtcræfinge þá and æ-acute;fre mó, Cht. Th. 633, 16-28.

unrihtful; adj. Unrighteous, iniquitous :-- Þá unrihtfullan and þá ârleásan and þá hátheortan, Nap. 43, 9.

unriht-gestrod, es; n. Unlawful booty :-- Gýtsung and unriht-gestrodu, Nap. 66.

unriht-gewill. Add: , es; n. Evil desire :-- Þ UNCERTAIN hí þý éð mægen heora unrihtgewill forðbringan. Bt. 3, 4; F. 6, 26.

unriht-hæ-acute;man. Add :-- Unryhthæ-acute;mende hié wæ-acute;ron fornicati sunt, Ps. Vos. 105, 39.

unriht-hæ-acute;mdere. Add: cf. níd-hæ-acute;mdere.

unriht-hæ-acute;med. In the following passage the word is masculine :-- Forlsétan wé . . . unrihtwísnessa and unrihthæ-acute;medas, Nap. 36, 25.

unrihthæ-acute;med-fremere, es; m. An adulterer, a fornicator :-- man þe . . . beóþ oferdrinceras and unrihthæ-acute;medfremeras, Nap. 66.

unriht-hæ-acute;mere. Add :-- Mid forligerum &l-bar; unrihthæ-acute;merum (-hæ-acute;mrum, Ps. Rdr.) cum adulteris, Ps. L. 49, 18.

un-rihtlic. Add :-- Þ UNCERTAIN is unrihtlic and unálýfedlic æ-acute;nigum men tó cweþanne quod dict nefas est, Gr. D. 334, 22. Þá þe of him selfum áceorfað unryhtlico weorc qui affectum in se pravi operis abscidunt, Past. 409, 2.

unrihtlíce. Add; -- Unrihtlíce &l-bar; árleáslíce impie. Ps. L. 17, 22. v. on-unrihtlíce.

unriht-tíd, e ; f. An improper time for doing something :-- Þá þe hér swídost on unrihttídum on oferfyllo bióð forgriwene, Nap. 27, 30 Verc. Först. 176.

unriht-wilnung. Add; ambition :-- Þætte næ-acute;nig bisceopa hine óþrum forbere þurh unrihtwillnunge (unrihte willunge, v.l.) nullus episcoporum se praeferat alteri per ambitionem, Bd. 4, 5 ; Sch. 378, 18.

un-rihtwís[u]. Add :-- Se cyning and se biscop sceoldon beón Crístenra folca hyrdas, and hí from eallum unrihtwísum áhweorfan, Bl. H. 45, 26.

un-rím; adj.add :-- Se ingang begiten bið mid ælmesdæ-acute;dum and óþrum unrím gódum, Hml. S. 33, 241.

un-sadelod. Add; not saddled, without a saddle :-- Hé geann his hláforde feówer horsa, twá gesadelode and twá unsadelode, Cht. Crw. 23. 5.

un-sægd. For 'Wanl. Cat. 6, 13' substitute Hml. Th. ii. 466, 24.

un-sár. Add :-- Þá hét hió (Cleopatra) niman ipnalis þá næ-acute;dran, and dón tó hiere earme, þæt hió hié ábite ; for þon þe hiere þúhte þæt hit on þæ-acute;m lime unsárast wæ-acute;re, Ors. 5, 13; S. 246, 26.

un-sceapen; adj. Not created :-- [ðrý] unscapene non tres incriati, Angl. ii. 361, 2 ; Ps. Rdr. 298, 12.

un-scennan (?) to unyoke, unharness :-- Se yrþlingc unscenþ (-spenþ(?), cf. spannan: -scerþ ? v.scerran (?)) þá oxan arator disjungit boves, Coll. M. 20, 27.

un-sceþþende. Add: cf. in-sceþþende.

un-sceþþigness. Add :-- Hí noldon feohtan on þám freólsdæge, ac léton hí ofsleán on unscæððignysse (cf. They said, We will not come forth. . . to profane the Sabbath . . . Let us die all in our innocency, I Macc. 2, 34-37), Hml. S. 25, 239. On unscyðþinysse in innocentia, Ps. L. 83, 13.

un-scógian. Add :-- Hé cleopode tó his þeówtlinge, 'Cum, deótul, hider and unscó (discalcea) mé, Gr. D. 221, 22.

un-scrýdan. Add: (3) with dat. of garment :-- Hé þá unscrýdde his reáfe exutus indumento, Gr. D. 101, 13.

un-scyldiglíce; adv. Innocently, guiltlessly :-- Swá hwá swá unscyldiglíce bútan fácne leofode æ-acute;r his gecyrrednesse, Nap. 66.

un-scyldigung, e; f. Innocence :-- Unscyldgunga banda mínra (juxta) innacentiam manuum mearum, Ps. Rdr. 17, 25.

un-scyttan to un shoot, push back a bolt :-- Hé gelæhte þá dura, and ne mihte þá scyttelsas unscyttan swá hraðe, Hml. S. 31, 863.

un-seffull; adj. Senseless, irrational :-- Fýnd úre unseffulle (insensati), Ps. Rdr. 290, 31.

un-sehtness, e; f. Discord, variance, quarrel :-- Þurh þæt áríseð unsehtnesse betweoh twám cyningum and twám gebróðrum, Nap. 66.

un-seoflende not sighing, glad :-- Hwædere gé bióð unsiofiende, hió gecyrreð eft eów on gefeán sed tristitia uestra conuertit in gaudium, Verc. Först. 176.

un-sidelíce; adv. Indecorously, in an unseemly manner :-- Gif hwylc bróðor . . . intó cyrcan unæ-acute;wfæstlíce and prútlíce oððe unsydelíce (incomposite) gæ-acute;ð, Chrd. 60, 34. [O.H.Ger. un-situlího in abusione.] See next word.

un-sidu. Add: indecorum :-- Mid unsidu (inhoneste) on cyrcan gán, Chrd. 32, 33. See preceding word.

un-sméþe. Add :-- Anfeahe onsméðre scabrae incudis, An. Ox, 11, 67. Unsméþust asperrima, 26, 12.

un-snotorness. Add: iniquity :-- Weg unsnoternesse &l-bar; unrihtwísnesse uiam iniquitatis, Ps. L. 118, 29. Unrihtlíce unsnoternesse hý dydon on mé iniuste iniquitatem fecerunt in me, 78. Þú canst míne unsnotternysse (insipientiam) and míne gyltas, 68, 6,

un-sóþ . Add :-- Unsóðe irrita, i. uana &l-bar; falsa (dicta), An. Ox. 26, 26.

un-spannan. Add; v. un-scennan.

un-stæþþig. Add: IV. in a physical sense, of air, easily moved, mobile, wandering (? cf. to find . . . the wandering air, Rich. III. Act i. sc. 4) :-- Hé sæ-acute;de þ-bar; án wolcn efne þá upp ástige mid þæ-acute;re unstæððigan lyfte, efne ðá árás se wind, Hml. S. 18, 150.

un-staþolfæst; II. add :-- Sum munuc wæs unstaþolfæst (-staþel-) on his móde and nolde gewunian on his mynstre quidam monachus mobilitati mentem dederat, et permanere in monasterio nolebat, Gr. D. 155, 25.

un-staþolfæstness. Add: unsettledness :-- Of sleacnesse byð ácenned . . . unstaðolfæstnes stówe and wórung of stówe tó stówe, Verc. Först. 177. 4.

un-stillian. Add :-- Þætte þá mynster . . . næ-acute;nigum bisceope álýfed sié næ-acute;nigum þinge hié unstillian (-stilligenne, v.l. inquietare'], Bd. 4, 5 ; Sch. 376, 16.

un-stillness. V. add :-- Sé færð and fandað þissera fíf andgita, sé ðe þurh fyrwitnysse and unstilnysse hí áspent on unnyt, Hml. Th. ii. 374, 2. VI. add :-- Hé ongan biddan þ-bar; him God forgæ-acute;fe þ-bar; hé gestillan mihte þæs hátheortan preóstes unstilnysse coepit exorare ut ei redderet unde presbyteri furentis insaniam mitigare potuisset, Gr. D. 65, 12.

un-swéte. (2) add :-- Hé cwæð. . . þ-bar; . . . of þæ-acute;re eá wæ-acute;re reócende se mist unáræfnedlicre fýlnesse and unswétes stences (intolerabilis foetoris nebula), Gr. D. 218, 29.

un-swíþe. Add :-- Unswýðe segniter, An. Ox. 56, 83.

un-tállic; adj. Blameless :-- ÞeUNCERTAIN Dryhtnes untállic lex Domini in-reprehensibilis, Ps. Rdr. 18, 8.

un-tamlic(?). Substitute: un-tamcol, and add: v. tamcian : un-teorig, l. -teórig.

un-þæslic. Add :-- Unþæslic absurdus, An. Ox. 27, 26. Swýðe unþæslic (inconveniens) mæg beón geþúht þ-bar; sé nyte Drihtnes andgit, sé ;Þe mid him byð geworden án gást, Gr. D. 136, 21. ;Þá cwæð se hálga wer ;þ-bar; hit unþæslic wæ-acute;re þ-bar; þ-bar; wíf sceolde wunian eft mid him, Hml. S. 31, 1076.

un-þances. v. un-þanc ; ;¶.

un-þancfull. Add :-- Ne sceall ic næ-acute;fre læng unþancfull þæ-acute;re þegnurge mé onýwan þám were viro illi ingratus apparere non debeo, Gr. D. 343. 11.

un-þancol; adj. Ungrateful :-- For hwan lá man, forlurðú þis eal þe ic for þé þrowode ? For hwan wæ-acute;rðu swá unþancul þínre onlýsnesse ? . . . Tó hwan eart ðú mé swá unþancul mínra góda and mínra gifa ?, Nap. 66. v. un-geþancfull.