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wune-ness

  • noun [ feminine ]
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wune-ness, (wunu-), e; f.
a dwelling, habitation
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  • Hé him wunonesse stówe (

    locum mansionis

    ) sealde,
      Bd. 5, 11; S. 626, 13.
  • In wununise in habitaculo, Rtl. 58, 5:

    habitatione,

      68, 20.
  • Ðá geworhte hé him nearo wíc and wunenesse (

    mansionem angustam

    ),
      Bd. 4, 28; S. 605, 23.
  • Ðá sealde se cyning him wununesse and stówe (

    mansionem

    ) in
      Cantwarabyrig, 1, 25; S. 487, 18.
  • Hé him sylfum wununesse and wíc geceás

    ipse locum mansionis elegit,

      4, 26; S. 602, 38.
  • Wit oferférdon ðás wununesse (

    has mansiones) ðara eádigra gásta.... Wit becóman tó ðám blíþan wunenyssum (ad mansiones laetas ),

      5, 12; S. 629, 31, 43.
continuance, perseverance
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  • Wununise (

    perseverantiam

    ) éces hehstaldnisse,
      Rtl. 105, 36.
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v. in-wuneness.
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v.  wununess.
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