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un-sǽle

  • adjective
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Grammar
un-sǽle, adj.
Evil, wicked
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  • Unsǽle, gemáh

    improbus,

      Wrt. Voc. ii. 45, 16.
Etymology
[Crist warrþ unnorne and wrecche and usell child, Orm. 3668. Holde ich no mon for unsele (miserable) otherwhyle that he fele sumthyng that him smerte, Rel. Ant. i. 113, 13. Goth. un-séls πoνηρós: Icel. ú-sæll unhappy.]
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v.  sǽle un-gesǽllíce.
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  • un-sǽle, adj.