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ufan, adv., from above; 330, 1500.

ufera, ufara, (**)+, comp., (higher), later; dpn. uferan (dgrum), 2392, ufaran (~), 2200.

ufor, adv. comp., higher up, farther away; 2951.

hta or hte, wk.m. or n. (Siev. 280 n.2), time just before daybreak, dawn, twilight, dusk; ds. (on) htan, 126. [Go. htw, wk.f.]

ht-floga**, wk.m., twilight-, dusk-, night-flier; gs. -flogan, 2760.

ht-hlem(m)**, m. -ja.(?), din or crash at dusk/dawn/night; as. hlem, 2007.

ht-sceaa**, wk.m., depredator (scather) at dusk/twilight; 2271.

umbor-wesende**, adj. (pres. ptc.), being a child; dsm. umborwesendum, 1187; asm. umborwesende, 46. cp. cniht-. [*umb, cp. ymb(e)]

un-, prefix, see following words; (1) expresses negation (e.g. un-ble 'unhappy'); (2) gives a bad/pejorative sense (e.g. un-dad 'evil deed'); (3) reverses an action (e.g. un-bindan 'unbind'); (4) is intensive (?) (e.g. MS 357a un-hr 'very grey'(?)).

un-ble, adj. (-i.) -ja., joyless, unhappy, sorrowful; 130, 2268; npm., 3031.

un-byrnende(**), adj. (pres. ptc.), without burning; 2548.

unc, see ic.

uncer, pers. pron., see ic.

uncer, poss. pron., of us two; dpm. uncran, 1185.

un-c, adj., unknown; nsf., 2214; --uncanny, strange; forbidding, awful; gsn. -es, 876 (unknown?); asm. -ne, 276; asn. unc, 1410; uncanny (foe), gsm. -es, 960. [uncouth]

un-dearninga, adv., without concealment, openly; [F. 22]. [cp. un-dyrne, 'Beowulf']

under,
  I. prep., (1) w/ dat., (position:) under; under (wolcnum, heofenum, roderum, swegle): 8, 52, 310, 505, 651, 714, 1078, 1197, 1631, 1770, [F. 8]; 1656, 2411, 2415, 2967, 3060, 3103; under (helme, 'covered by'): 342, 404, 2539, similarly: 396, 1163, 1204, 1209, 2049, 2203, 2605; similarly, 1302; at the lower part (foot) of, 211, 710, 2559; within, 1928, cp. 3060, 3103; (attending circumstances:) with, 738. (2) w/ acc. (motion:) under (also to the lower part of); 403, 820, 836, 887, 2540, 2553, 2675, 2744, 2755, 3031, 3123; (to the) inside (of), 707, 1037, 2957, 3090; (extension:) under; under (heofones hwealf): 576, 2015, similarly, 414, 860, 1773.
  II. adv., beneath; 1416, 2213.
[Go. undar, Ger. unter]

undern-mal(**)(+), n., morning-time; as., 1428. (undern, orig: '3rd hour', 'mid-forenoon'.) [undern (obs., dial.), undermeal (obs.); Go. undarni-]

un-dyrne, -derne, adj. -ja., not hidden, manifest; undyrne, 127, [2911]; nsn. undyrne, 2000; in: undyrne c, 150, 410 (hardly adv.).

un-facne(**)+, adj. -ja., without deceit, sincere; as. (f. or m.), 2068.

un-fage(**), adj. -ja., undoomed, not fated to die; 2291; asm. unfagne, 573.

un-fager(**)+, adj., unfair, horrible; nsn., 727.

Un-fer, m., 'le' of Hrgr; Hunfer 499, 1165; as., 1488; vs., 530. (see n.499).

un-flitme(?)**, undisputed (?), 1097.

un-forht, adj., unafraid, fearless, brave; 287.

un-forhte(**), adv., fearlessly, without hesistation; 444.

un-frd(**), adj., not old, young, unexperienced(?); dsm. -um, 2821.

un-from*, adj., inactive, feeble; 2188.

un-gera, adv., (1) not long, ago, recently; 932. (2) erelong, soon; 602 (~ n). see gera.

un-gedfe-lce(**), adv., unfittingly; 2435.

un-gemete, adv.(*), without measure, exceedingly; 2420, 2721, 2728. [metan; cp. OS.; 'Hildebrantslied' l.25: ummet]

un-glaw, adj. -wa., unwise, imprudent, foolish, unskilled, ignorant; asn., 2564.

un-gyfee (-gifee)**, adj. -ja., not granted, denied; nsf., 2921.

un-halo(**)+, wk.f., **evil, destruction; gs., 120. [hl]

un-hore, -hore, -hre, adj. -ja., awful, frightful, monstrous; -hore, 2413; nsf. -horu, 987; nsn. -hre, 2120.

un-hlit-in**, n., (lit. unhlit- 'without fellowship', -in 'dwelling place', cf. midhlit 'fellowship' -- see Kiernan et al.), place in which fellowship is absent; ds., [1129]. (crux usually interpreted unhlitme**, rel. to hlytme 'lot', 'condition', 'consequence')

un-hrór(**)(+), adj., weak, (made) useless; nsn., [F. [45]]. (nonce meaning) (another conjectural meaning, 'firm' [orig. 'not stirring'] in Chambers).

un-igmetes ( = un-gemetes), adv.(**), without measure, exceedingly; 1792.

un-lof*, adj., unloved, not loved; apm. -e, 2863. ('faithless'?)

un-lifigende, -lyfigende, adj. (pres. ptc.), unliving, not living, dead; -lifigende, 468; gsm. --lyfigendes, 744; dsm. -lifgendum, 1389, -lifigendum 2908; asm. -lyfigendne, 1308.

un-ltel, adj., not little, great; 885; nsf., 498; asn., 833.

un-murn-lce*, adv., (unmournfully), ruthlessly, 449 (cp. 136); 1756 (recklessly). [murnan]

unnan, pret-pres., not begrudge, wish (somebody to have something), grant; w/ dat. of pers. & gen. of thing: pres. 1 sg. an, 1225; w/ dat. of pers. & t-clause: pret. 3 sg. e, 2874; --like, wish; abs.: pret. opt. 3 sg. e, 2855; w/ t-clause: pret. 1 sg. e, 960 (opt.?); 3 sg. ~, 503. [OS. OHG. unnan]

ge-unnan, pret-pres., grant; w/ dat. of pres. & t-clause; 346; pret. 3 sg. gee, 1661. [OHG. gi-unnan, Ger. gnnen]

un-nyt(t), adj. -ja., useless; 413; nsn., 3168. [Go. unnuts]

un-riht, n., wrong; as., 1254; (on) ~, (wrongfully), 2739.

un-rihte, adv. (or ds. of unriht, n.), wrongfully; 3059.

un-rm, n., countless number, infinity; 1238, 3135; as., 2624.

un-rme, adj. -ja., countless, infinite; nsn., 3012.

un-rt, adj., sad, depressed; npm. -e, 3148.

un-snyttru, wk.f., folly (unwisdom); dp. unsnyttrum, 1734.

un-sfte, adv., (unsoftly), with difficulty, hardly; 1655, 2140.

un-swe(**), adv., not strongly; comp. unswor, less strongly, 2578, 2881.

un-synnig(**)+, adj., guiltless (unsinning); asm. -ne, 2089. [syn(n)]

un-synnum**, adv. (dp.), guiltlessly; 1072. see syn(n).

un-tale(**)+, adj. -ja., blameless; apm., 1865.

un-tdre**, m. -ja., evil brood, evil offspring; np. -tdras, 111. [tdor]

un-wc-lc(**), adj., not (weak) mean; splendid; asm. -ne, 3138.

un-wearnum*, adv. (dp.), without hindrance, irresistibly; eagerly, greedily; 741. see wearn.

un-wrecen(**)+, adj. (pp.), unavenged; 2443.

up, adv., up(wards); 128, 224, 519, 782, 1373, 1619, 1912, 1920, 2575, 2893. [Go. iup]

up-lang, adj., upright; 759. see and-long (cp. upp-right)

uppe, adv., up, above; 566.

upp-riht(**)+, adj., upright; 2092.

re, pers. pron., see ic.

re, poss. pron., our; 2647; gsn. sses, 2813; dsm. ssum, 2634; asm. serne, 3002, 3107.

rum, s, ser, see ic.

serne, see re.

sses, ssum, see re.

t, adv., out (motion); 215, 537, 663, 1292, 1583, 2081, 2515, 2545, 2551, 2557, 3092, 3106, 3130. [Go. t]

tan, adv., from without, outside; 774, 1031, 1503, 2334. [Go. tana]

tan-weard(**)+, adj., outside (outward); asm. -ne, 2297.

t-fs**, adj., ready (eager) to set out; 33.

uton, wotun, part. w/ inf., introd. adhortative clause, let us; uton, 1390, 3101; wutun, 2648. [OS. wita; cp. ge-wtan]

t-weard(**)+, adj., turning outwards, striving to escape; 761. [cp. weoran]

e, see unnan.

-genge, adj. -ja., departing (out-going); ws...genge, w/ dat., departed from, 2123. [Go. una-; cp. o-]