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un-mann

  • noun [ masculine ]
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un-mann, es; m.
a bad man, an inhuman person
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  • Swá fela ðúsend engla mihton eáðe bewerian Crist wið ðám unmannum (

    those who came to seize Jesus

    ), gif hé ðrowian nolde sylfwilles for ús,
      Homl. Th. ii. 246, 30.
  • [Cf. O. H. Ger. un-mennisco: Ger. un-mensch: Icel. ú-mannan a person fit for nothing.]
one who is not a mere man, a hero
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  • Ðá gemunde hé ða strangan dǽda ðara unmanna (perhaps iumanna

    should be read; the Latin is:

    Valida priscorum heroum facta reminiscens. v. geó-, iú-mann) and ðæra woruldfrumena,
      Guthl. 2; Gdwin. 12, 27.
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