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Tydé, adj. See Tidé.

Unclose, v. to open, 807; adj.
Tylmen, s. husbandmen, 2462.
Tylude, part. p. of Tild, tilted, Underfonge, 2. to undertake, 266.
shot, thrown, 3704.

Undifferent, adj. in no respect
Tyne, v. (Icel. tyna) to lose, 541,

different, 3915.
587, 7573; pret. f part. p. Tynt, Undull, adj. not dull or blunt,
Tynte, 1208, 6818, 13206; Tynde, sharp, keen, 13908.
12467.

bitti Une, adv. even, quite, completely,
Tynyng, part. as 8. loss, destruc- 1545, 5529, 13907. adv.
tion, 7611.

Unfaire, adj. ugly, unseemly,
Tyrand, 8. (A.N.) a tyrant, piteous, frail, weak, (2981, 3290,
1978.

doiro 6773, 9607, 10793; adó. in a
Tyre, v. to attire, to dress, to

furious manner, 13891.
deck,(to erect, 2778, 3625, 8751. | Unfayn, adj. sorry, 12107.
Tyrn, v. to turn, to shut, to" | Unfere, adj. feeble, frail, 1357,
throw, to overthrow, 1327, 5856, 13618.

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Unformet, adj. uninformed, 760.
Tyse, v. See Tise.

Ungayn, adj. ugly, dreadful, 1332.
Tyte, adv. See Tite.

Ungaynly, adv. to little purpose,
Tytly, adv. See Titly.

improperly, 9333.
ugie'3701,

Ungraidly, adv. needlessly, use-
Ugly, adj. (A.S.) frightful, 8732.

lessly, 7615.
unorite ja pin

Coran 21
Ugsom, Ugsome, adj. horrible, Ungrate, 8. a segundrel, 13944.

disgusting, 877, 12497. 13704 Ungright, adj. as adv. ungrudg-
87
Umb, Umbe, pred (A.S.) about,

ingly, 8868.
around, 320, 335, 876; as an ado. Unhappe, s. misfortune, 1402,
round, 1455,6892.
sprep.

2686. Innaf 1835
tindi

adui
Umbcast, v. to surround, 10420. | Unhardy, adj. timorous, afraid,

,
Umbfold, Umfold, v. to surround,

7598. 3614 ,
dini

to clasp, 1321, 8496. mmepat dit in Unhyndly, adv. (hende) uncour-
Umbraid, v. to upbraid, 9903.

teously, cruelly, wildly, 5024, 6729.
Umbset, v. to surround, 10433.

Unjoyn, v. to begin, to commence,

824; to separate, 939.
Umclose, v. to encircle, to sur- Unkeppit, adj. unguarded, 1085.
round, 4255, 9027.

Unknowing, adj. unknown,
Umqwhile, adv. sometime, by-

11318.
and-by, after, 2943.

Unkowthe, adj. unknown,
Umset, v. to surround, to enclose,
1139, 6964, 10542.

strange, 12510; Unkoth, 531.
Un, prep. on, 9133.

Unkynd, adj. hasty, angry, 1452.

Unkyndly, adv. with difficulty,
Unable, adj. impossible, 46.

8523. unnaturally

13820,
Unaspied, adj. unobserved, 1428. Unkyndnes

, &. enmity, ill-will,
Unblithe, adj. sad, sorry, 8029, 144, 1923.
9608.

Unkythe, adj. unfriendly, hosti le,
Unelene, adj. impure, 1639. 3325.

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Unlaght, adj. unseized, unrifled, | Unthwyvond, adj. invincible,
3237.

6360, 6378.
Unlefe, adj. unlawful, 2949. Untild, adj. uncovered, 9114. ff.
Unlefful, adj. unlawful, 13686. Unto, prep. to, 1418.
Unlefulnes,s. unlawfulness, 2976. Untomly, adv. hurriedly, 1822.

Unlell, adj. false, 3802. 1:573 Untrew, adj. false, 10110, 11975, mitru 10596
kifaval Unlight, adj. cs sebo. freedy, with. Untristy

, adj

. faithless, 11973. /148,5
, 3446,4 , .
estiegen. Unlusty, adj. unmahly, 8035.

hacia

perly, 723.
Derde Unmete, adj
. unequal, unfair, Unwar

, adj

. unaware, ignorant,
1324. (neo
urnai

1145, 1183 ; unsuspicious, 7380.
Unneth, adv. (A.S.) scarcely, Unwarnes, s. heedlessness, 445.
10881.

Unwarnyt, adj. unwarned, ignor-
Unpairit, adj. unhurt, uninjured, ant, 2137.
13128.

Unwetyng, adj. unknown to, 8594.
Unperisshit, adj. untried, uncer- Unwrokyn, adj. unrepaid, 4195.
tain, 2460.

Unwyly, adv. incautiously, rashly,
Unpossible, adj. impossible, 258.

6127.
Unqweme, v. to unsettle, to stir Unyolden, adj. unrepaid, un-

avenged, 2216. inzidun
Unright, 8. wrong, 1721.

Up, adv. upwards, 1548.
Unsaght, adj. displeased, dis-

v po 70370
Upon, prep. during, throughout,
satisfied, 5057.
semedy
14 Unsakrely, adv, heedlessly, reck-Upponone, adv. soon, at once,

8684. cppon 1679
lessly, 12005. irreverently

immediately, 1204. Oyunnon 0819
unilarthing Unsarkonly, adv. fiercely, un- Upposyde, adv. besides, 13441,
er har sparingly, 5945.
noaeiond Unsell
, 8. evil, mischance, 1961.

Urle

, s. an earl, 4068, 9676. urico río

Urthe, s. the ground, the earth,
ly. Unsemond, Unsemyng, adj. un- 32
seemly, 3891, 1846.

om

ac-
Unsiker, Unsikur, adj

. uncertain, Use, v. to be wont, to be
, .

customed, 1625.
deceptive,° 8063, 12228.

Utteraunse, Uttranse, 8. (A.N.)
Unsittyng, adj. unbecoming,

extremity, utmost of any quality
8444, 8963, 11181.vmsitting,

good or bad, death, 5808, 7981,
Unslogh, adj. horrible, disgust- 12589, 12616, 12984.
ing, 908.

Utterly, adv. plainly, unre-
Unsoberly, adv. cruelly, fiercely, servedly, 11646.

Cetter resah die pas
2506, 12494.

Uttre, v. to put out of the lists,
Unsounde, adj. unhealthy, hurt- to fell, to vanquish, 6819, 7076.

tridi
n.o and ful, unwell, injured, 495, 1255, 9175. Utwith, adv/ without, outside,

, ,
9175

Unstithe, adj. unsteady, unsafe, 511753, 11763, 12201,
117.

prep

ado,
Unthrivand, adj. unworthy, un-Vaute, 8. an underground chan-
seemly, 4893.

nel, a drain, 1607.

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Tydé, adj. See Tidé.

Unclose, v. to open, 807; adj.
Tylmen, 8. husbandmen, 2462.
Tylude, part. p. of Tild, tilted, Underfonge, v. to undertake, 266.
shot, thrown, 3704.

Undifferent, adj. in no respect
Tyne, v. (Icel. tyna) to lose, 541,

different, 3915.
587, 7573; pret. f. part. p. Tynt, Undull, adj. not dull or blunt,
Tynte, 1208, 6818, 13206, Tynde, sharp, keen, 13908.
12467

purphy Une, adv. even, quite, completely,
Tynyng, part. as 8. loss, destruc- 1545, 5529, 13907. adv.
tion, 7611.

Unfaire, adj. ugly, unseemly,
Tyrand, 8. (A.N.) a tyrant, piteous, frail, weak, (2981, 3290,
1978.

coro 6773, 9607, 10793; adò. in a
Tyre, v. to attire, to dress, to

furious manner, 13891.
deck,{to erect) 2778, 3625, 8751. Unfayn, adj. sorry, 12107.

(
Tyrn, v. to turn, to shut, to Unfere, adj. feeble, frail, 1357,
throw, to overthrow, 1327, 5858, 13618.

inform
nor 6017.

Unformet, adj. uninformed, 760.

Ungayn, adj. ugly, dreadful, 1332,
Tyte, adv. See Tite.

Ungaynly, adv. to little purpose,
Tytly, ady. See Titly.

improperly, 9333.
ugli' >701,

Ungraidly, adv. needlessly, use-
Ugly, adj. (A.S.) frightful, 8732. lessly, 7615.

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Ugsom, Ugsome, adj. horrible, Ungrate, 8. a scoundrel, 13944.

disgusting, 877, 12497. 43734 Ungright, adj. as adv. ungrudg-
Umb, Umbe, prex (A.S.) about, ingly, 8868.

around, 320, 335, 876; as an ado. Unhappe, . misfortune, 1402,
round, 1455, -6892.per

2686. vnhasr 4835
tindas. Umbcast, tj. to surround, 10420. Unhardy, adj

. timorous, afraid,
v
Umbfold, Umfold, v. to surround,

7598. 3614
dung

to clasp, 1321, 8496. ombyg ditime Unhyndly, adv. (hende) uncour-
I U

Umbraid, v. to upbraid, 9903. teously, cruelly, wildly, 5024, 6729.
Umbset, v. to surround, 10433.

Unjoyn, v. to begin, to commence,

824; to separate, 939.
Umclose, v. to encircle, to sur- Unkeppit, adj. unguarded, 1085.
round, 4255, 9027.

Unknowing,
Umqwhile, adv. sometime, by-

adj. unknown,

11318.
and-by, after, 2943.

Unkowthe,

adj. unknown,
Umset, v. to surround, to enclose,

strange, 12510; Unkoth, 531.
1139, 6964, 10542.

Unkynd, adj. hasty, angry, 1452.
Un, prep. on, 9133.

Unkyndly, adv. with difficulty,
Unable, adj. impossible, 46.

8533. unnaturally 77820
Unaspied, adj. unobserved, 1428. Unkyndnes, 8. enmity, ill.will,

.
Unblithe, adj. sad, sorry, 8029, 144, 1923.
9608.

Unkythe, adj. unfriendly, hostile,
Unelene, adj. impure, 1639.

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Unlaght, adj. ugseized, unrifled, Unthwyvond, adj. invinciblo,
3237. Vio

6360, 6378.
Unlefe, adj. unlawful, 2949. Untild, adj. uncovered, 9114. pp.
Unlefful, adj. unlawful, 13686. Unto, prep. to, 1418.
Unlefulnes, & unlawfulness, 2976. Untomly, adv. hurriedly, 1822.
Unlell, adj. false, 3802. 1:573 Untrew, adj

. false, 10110, 11975. mitru 10596
hiferale 'Unlight,"adj. cs ado. freely, with. Untristy

, adj
. faithless

, 11973./14875
jestiegen. Unlusty, adj. unmahly; 8035.
out restraint, 344697, umpamamen Untruly, adv. ' unjustly, impro-

perly, 723.
perde Unmetė, adj. unequal, unfair, Unwar, adj. unaware, ignorant,
1324. (ne. immat

1145, 1183 ; unsuspicious, 7380.
Unneth, adv. (A.S.) scarcely, | Unwarnes, s. heedlessness, 445.
10881.

Unwarnyt, adj. unwarned, ignor.
Unpairit, adj. unhurt, uninjured, ant, 2137.
13128.

Unwetyng, adj. unknown to, 8594.
Unperisshit, adj. untried, uncer-Unwrokyn, adj. unrepaid, 4195.
tain, 2460.

Unwyly, adv. incautiously, rashly,
Unpossible, adj. impossible, 258.

6127.
Unqweme, v. to unsettle, to stir Unyolden, adj. unrepaid, un-
up, 2693, 13681.

avenged, 2216. inzidyn

ve N
Unright, s. wrong, 1721.

Up, adv. upwards, 1548.
Unsaght, adj. displeased, dis- Upon, prep. during, throughout,

vpc 7037
satisfied, 5057.
seendy Unsakrely, adv. heedlessly, reck- Upponone, adv. soon, at once,

8684. chpen 1679
lessly, 12005. irreverlothing immediately, 1204. uron1 9809
iunilan thin Unsarkonly, adv. fiercely, un- Upposyde, adv. besides, 13441,

hing sparingly, 5945.
insaciand Unsell

, s. evil
, mischance, 1961.

Urle, s. an earl, 4068, 9676. zerico

Urthe, s. the ground, the earth,
ey. ,
Unsemond, Unsemyng, adj. un-

328, 903,
seemly, 3891, 1846.

ju

Use, v. to be wont, to be ac-
Unsiker, Unsikur, adj. uncertain,

customed, 1625.
deceptive, 8063, 12228.

Utteraunse, Uttranse, 8. (A.N.)
Unsittyng, adj. unbecoming,

extremity, utmost of any quality
8444, 8963, 11181.unstilling.

good or bad, death, 5808, 7981,
Unslogh, adj. horrible, disgust- 12589, 12616, 12984. uros
ing, 908.

Utterly, ado. plainly, unre-
Unsoberly, adv. cruelly, fiercely, servedly, 11646.

trait depuis
2506, 12494.

Uttre, v. to put out of the lists,
Unsounde, adj. unhealthy, hurt-

to fell

, to vanquish, 5819, 7076. vridli
ful, unwell, injured, 495,1255, 9175. Utwith, adv/ without, outside,
9175

Unstithe, adj. unsteady, unsafe, 11753, 11763, 12201.
117.

į my

ado.
Unthrivand, adj. unworthy, un- Vaute, 8. an underground chan-
seemly, 4893.

nel, a drain, 1607.

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Venge, v. (A.N.) to revenge, to rents, 5585. Soo Waghes. Or
avenge, 2072, 2545.

sentinels, spies.
11
Venions, 8. vengeance, 3502.

Wackon, v. to waken, to raise, to wathers
Ventaile, s. the vent of a helmet,

rouse, 2046, 2274, 272, "8435,w€ 9.27

13938; pret. Wackont. See Wakne wartout
Venture
, 8. a chance, 1441.7

Miss Wagn. to go, to bob, to struggle,
.

72
a

, v,
Lycurrysat Venym, 8. poison, 784 ;(pish; 915.
930

13542. Kwagged imple
Ver, 8. (Lat.) the spring, 4037. Waghe, s. (A.S.) a wave; (pl.
pai
Verrit, pret. of Ver, averred, de-

the sea,) 270, 1410, 1992; trache,

5585; Whaghe/12310.M?
Vertue, 8. power, efficacy, 8388. Waike, adj. weak, undecided,

somewhat pale, 3994.
12912 Vertus, Vertuus, adj. virtuous,
1884, 2432; Virtuus, 49.

Waite, v. (A.N.) to watch, to ex-
Victe, adj. as s. conquered, a

pect, to examine, to survey, to lę wait
conquered one, 2145. cit.33222222, 3739, (824339476, 13055; to wait

gaze at, to look, 876, 2421, 2888, washid

wait 3992
Videtu. to divide, to cut through, Wayte, 6265l

centenniah
1249. opan

Waite, 8. a watchman, Sentinel, weilis po

a
Vile, adj. vile,' 2140; great, 7352 ; Wayt, 6270. Grbs

waitys pa.
tremendous, 1249.

Waithe, 8. (Icel. veida) prey,
te ng 12 Vilé, adv. vilely, completely, 2145.

ti
Vilaus, adj. vile, depraved, 527. Waive, v. to put off, to give, yp, 9513,
Virtuus, adj. virtuous, manly, to alter94839, 9950. espague in
truthful, 49.

Wake, v. to watch, to mourn
Vise, 8. vice, 4842.

pret! Woke, 8695.8885, 10ogy
Viser, s. the visor of a helmet, Waker, adj. watchful, ready,

7380.
1249., 7098.7030

wae tentow.caplyorg.arose.
Vitaill, s. (A.N.) victuals, food,

Wakne, 'Wakyn, v. (A.S.) to
5386, 5395. vitell 5776 waken

, to raise, to fouse 103.681,wakenet agit.

13833. Seg Wackon., t.info
Viteld, part. p. victualled, pro- Wakonyny, s. awakening, 8431.

in
visioned, 1745, 2126, 4710.
Vitius, adj. vicious, depraved, 527. Wale, y: to choose, to select, 8, wait the
Voide, v. to avoid, to shun, 527,

105, 127, 379,1355, 13224; to
wale = of various kinds, in abund

4-2-105
764, 1765, 4017, 7617; to dismiss,

ance, 332,9340, 373, 1530; wallond
to get rid of, 497, 1524; to break

abundant wealth, immense
up, to scatter, to open, to depart,

riches, 13120.
vi vet 491, 7030, 7045, 7092, vidific49: Wale, adj. good, dear, strong, tine
voidet: uudet1749.
Voider, *. lit. an avoider, hence a

choice, excellent, outmost, deadly,
screen, an arbour, 339.

terrible, 694, 1546, 1727, 1943,
to worecl2 6060 11210, 13082. 15X9 deadly
Wacche, v. to watch, 1138; Wale, s. choice, opportunity for

;
Wache, 5587. dhidi wipedia

phiguel choice, 11952.
Wacche, 8. a watchman, a sentinel, Walker, s. a fuller, 1587.

*1501. 1089 note, waserib.pl Wallond, adj. well selected,
Waches, 8. pl. the waters, cur- abundant, 13120.

game, 2350.

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