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un-tela

  • adverb
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un-tela, adv. (but in some cases it seems a noun?)
Wright's OE grammar
§557;
Not well, ill, badly
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  • Ða scamleásan nyton ðæt hié untela dóð, búton hit mon him sæcge

    impudentes se delinquere nesciunt, nisi a pluribus increpentur,

      Past. 31; Swt. 206, 1.
  • Swá micle hí onfóð ðǽr máre wíte, swá hí hér gearor witon ðæt hí untela dóð, and [hit] ðeáh nyllað forlǽtan

    tanto illic graviora tormenta percipiat, quanto hic malum non deserit, etiam quod ipsa condemnat,

      55; Swt. 429, 19.
  • Þeáh hine hwá áhsode, for hwí hé swá dyde, ðonne ne mihte hé hit ná gereccan, ne geþafa beón nolde, ðæt hé untela dyde

    requiretur delictum ejus, nec invenietur,

      Ps. Th. 9, 35.
  • Hé wát ðæt hé untela déð

    faciant quae non fuisse gerenda decernant,

      Bt. 39, 12; Fox 230, 29.
  • Getímige ús tela on líchaman, getímige ús untela, symle wé sceolon ðæs Gode ðancian,

      Homl. Th. i. 252, 15.
  • Wiþ ðon ðe men mete untela melte and gecirre on yfele wǽetan,

      Lchdm. ii. 226, 5.
  • Ne forsuwa ðú ná ðæt unteala gedón sý,

      Prov. Kmbl. 44.
  • Hwætd tó untala dyde hé (hwæt dyde untale, Rush.)

    quid mali fecit?

      Mt. Kmbl. Lind. 27, 23,
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v. tela.
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v.  tela un-tala un-teala tela.
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  • un-tela, adv.