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un-dóm

  • noun [ masculine ]
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un-dóm, es; m.
Unjust judgement
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  • Wá ðam ðe rǽreþ unriht tó rihte and undóm démeþ earmum tó hýnðe

    vae qui condunt leges iniquas; et scribentes, injustitiam scripserunt; ut opprimerent in judicio pauperes

    (Is.
      10, 1-2), Wulfst. 47, 26: 128, 10: 268, 1.
  • Se ðe unlage rǽre oþþe undóm gedéme for lǽððe oþþe for feohfange,

      L. C. S. 15; Th. i. 384, 9.
  • Hí geútlageden ealle Frencisce men ðe ǽr unlage rǽrdon and undóm démdon and unrǽd rǽddon,

      Chr. 1052; Erl. 186, 2.
  • Wé cýðaþ déman and geréfan, ðæt hig ágan þearfe, ðæt hí unrihtes geswícan and náhwár þurh undóm for feó ne for freóndscipe forgýman heora wísdóm,

      Wulfst. 267, 28.
  • Wearð ðes ðeódscipe swíðe forsingod þurh undómas,

      130, 4.
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  • un-dóm, n.