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unc

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Grammar
unc, dat.: unc, uncet (-it), acc.: uncer; gen.
Wright's OE grammar
§459; §462;
Us two, me and thee, me and him.
alone
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  • 'Hwæt wylle gyt ðæt ic inc dó?' Ðá cwǽdon hí: 'Syle unc ðæt wit sitton, án on ðíne swýðran healfe and óþer on ðíne wynstran,' Mk. Skt. 10, 37.
  • Hé sǽde unc eall,

      Gen. 41, 13.
  • Ðú mé behéte hál ðæt ðæt ðú mé, sealdest, on ða gewitnesse ðe unc ðá mid wæs,

      L. O. 7; Th. i. 180, 24.
  • Unc is his hyldo þearf,

      Cd. Th. 41, 30;. Gen. 664.
  • Æfter ðon ðe wit nú betweoh unc tógongenne beóþ, ne geseó wit unc ofer ðæt in ðysse weorulde,

      Bd. 4, 19; S. 607, 20.
  • Beforan ungc,

      5, 12; S. 628, 15.
  • Mid ðý ic unc wénde ingangende beón,

      S. 629, 39.
  • Wit unc werian þóhton,

      Beo. Th. 1085; B. 540.
  • Gif hé forhigeþ uncet fyrenfulle,

      Shrn. 42, 27.
  • Ðá sende hé uncerne efenþeówan mid unc, ðæt hé uncet sceolde út álǽdan ... ðá ne mihte hé unc gesión,

      43, 1-5.
  • Sege mínum bréðer ðæt hé dǽle uncer ǽhta wið mé,

      Lk. Skt. 12, 13.
  • Wit be uncer ǽrdǽdum onfóð,

      23, 41.
  • Ðú hæfst yfele gemearcod uncer sylfra síð,

      Cd. Th. 49, 14; Gen. 792.
  • Mid uncer ágene swurde,

      Shrn. 39, 35.
  • Wit gerehton bi ealre uncer fóre,

      43, 34.
  • Uncer láþette ǽgðer óðer,

      39, 22.
  • Ne nǽfre uncer áwþer his ellen cýðde,

      Exon. Th. 496, 29; Rä. 85, 22.
with numeral forms
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  • Ic wið ðé sceolde for unc ánum twám ǽrendsprǽce ábeódan,

      Exon. Th. 472, 12; Rä. 61, 15.
  • Unc mǽran twám,

      496, 6; Rä. 85, 10.
  • Bismærædu ugket men bá ætgadre,

      Txts. 126, 8.
  • Hwæðer uncer twéga,

      Beo. Th. 5057; B. 2532: Cd. Th.110, 9; Gen. 1835.
  • Ic rǽd sprece bégra uncer,

      115, 4; Gen. 1914.
with the name of the person who is associated with the speaker
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  • Sceolde unc Adame (

    for me and Adam

    ) yfele gewurðan ymb ðæt, heofonríce,
      Cd. Th. 25, 1; Gen. 387.
  • Is ðæt land healf ðæs cinges, healf uncer Bretinges,

      Cod. Dip. Kmbl. iii. 422, 11.
  • Uncer Grendles

    of me and Grendel,

      Beo. Th. 4009; B. 2002.
Etymology
[Laym. Marh. Gen. and Ex. unc: Orm. uunc baþe: Kath. bituhten unc tweien (us twa, v. r.): Laym. O. and N. hwaðer unker. Goth. ugkis; dat.; ugkis, ugk; acc.; ugkara; gen.: O. Sax. unk; dat. acc.; unkeró; gen.: O. H. Ger. unker (zweio); gen.: Icel. okkr; dat. acc.; okkar; gen.]
Similar entries
v. wit, uncer.
Linked entries
v.  uncet ungc wit.
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