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un-fǽglíc

  • adjective
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un-fǽglíc, adj.
Not indicating impending death
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  • Ðæt is tácn ðínre hǽle; swá swá lǽca gewuna is, ðæt hé cweþaþ ðonne hió seócne mon gesióþ, gef hé hwelc unfǽglíc (ungefǽglíc, Cott. MS.) tácn (a symptom which does not indicate that a disease is mortal) him on geseóþ: mé þincþ nú ðæt ðín gecynd flíte swíþe swíþlíce wiþ ðæm dysige

    id, uti medici sperare solent, indicium est erectae jam resistentisque naturae,

      Bt. 36, 4; Fox 178, 27.
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v. un-fǽge.
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v.  un-fǽge un-gefǽglíc.
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  • un-fǽglíc, adj.