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un-forcúþ

  • adjective
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un-forcúþ, adj.
Not despicable, not ignoble, not wicked, honourable, noble, good
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  • Ic eom heard and strong, forðsíðes from, freán unforcúð,

      Exon. Th. 479, 22; Rä. 63, 2.
  • Hér stynt unforcúð eorl ðe wile gealgian éþel ðysne,

      Byrht. Th. 133, 16; By. 51.
  • Eorl unforcúð elnes gemyndig,

      Andr. Kmbl. 2527; An. 1265.
  • Nǽfre ic sǽlidan sélran métte ... ic wille ðé, eorl unforcúð, biddan,

      949; An. 475.
  • Ðegn unforcúð,

      Menol. Fox 338; Men. 170.
  • Hé þenceþ ðæt his wíse þince eal unforcúþ,

      Exon. Th. 315, 14; Mód. 31.
  • Cweðan ealle ðæt unforcúðe ðe him on standeþ egsa Dryhtnes

    dicant qui timent Dominum,

      Ps. Th. 117, 4.
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