un-ornlíc
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
un-ornlíc
adj. Poor, plain, mean Hí námon him ealde gescý and unornlíc scrúd they took old shoes and mean apparel; tulerunt calceamenta perantiqua, induti veteribus vestimentis, Jos. 9, 5. [Arrchelauss flæh inntill oþerr land, and tære he wass unnorneliȝ (in mean estate), Orm. 8251. Cf. Lætenn swiþe unorneliȝ and litell off þe sellfenn, Orm. 3750: 7525: 4886. Me wore leuere i wore lame, þanne men ... him onne handes leyde unornelike, or same seyde, Havel. 1941.] v. preceding word.
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