rúh
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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rúh
adj. I. rough, hairy, shaggy Rúh hispidus, hirsutus, Wrt. Voc. ii. 43, 15-16 : 90, 17 : i. 51, 20. Rúh hrægel amphibalum, 25, 65. Óxn vel rúh óxn ascella vel subhircos, 43, 65. Rúh scó pero, ii. 68, 6. Se wæs reód and eall rúh totus in morem pellis hirsutus, Gen. 25, 25. Min bróðer ys rúh and ic eom sméðe, 27, 11. Gif him þince ðæt hé habbe rúh líc, Lchdm. iii. 170, 24 : Exon. Th. 407, 14; Rä. 26, 5. Rúwes nát hwæt, 479, 17; Rä. 62, 9. Rúhne wæfels yrcum tegimen, Hymn. Surt. 103, 31. Rúhne (rihne, MS.) hine gesihþ gewordenne, Lchdm. iii. 208, 29. Leáf beóþ rúge and bráde, i. 254, 13. Ðá gesáwe wé rúge (pilosos ) wífmen and wǽpnedmen, wǽron hié swá rúwe and swá gehǽre swá wildeór, Nar. 20, 3-5. Ða rúwan (pilosae ) handa wǽron swilce ðæs yldran bróður, Gen. 27, 23. Seó clǽne beó blósman gegrét swá lange ðæt hyre ða rúwan þeóh wurþaþ swýðe gehefegode, Anglia viii. 324,13. Rúwe hirta, Germ. 398, 258. Hrúhe wulla hirsutas lanas, Hpt. 524, 13. II. rough, untrimmed, uncultivated Rúg frondosa, Wrt. Voc, ii. 151, 16. Ne turf ne toft, ne land ne lǽse, ne fersc ne mersc, ne rúh ne rúm, Lchdm. iii. 286, 24. Tó ðære rúwan hecgan, Cod. Dip. Kmbl. ii. 172, 32. On ðone rúwan hlync; andlang ðæs rówan linces, v. 297, 22. On rúwan beorg; of rúwan beorge, 277, 18. On ða rúgan þyrnan; of ðære þyrnan, iii. 419, 12. Ðá férdon begen þurh ða rúgan fennas, Guthl. 3; Gdwin. 20, 25. III. rough, knotty Rúches nodosi, Hpt. G1. 482, 60. IV. rough, undressed .xxx. ombra rúes cornes, iv. ambru meolwes, Chart. Th. 40, 9. [Þet ruwe vel, A. R. 120, 23. Nis þet iren acursed þet iwurðeð þe swarture and þe ruhure so hit is ofture iviled? 284, 17. Margareet sette hire fot uppon his ruhe necke, Marh. 12, 12. Sharrp and ruhh and gatelæs þurrh þorrness and þurh breress, Orm. 9211. Mid ruȝe felle, O. and N. 1013. Sridde ȝhe Jacob and made him ru, Gen. and Ex. 1539. O. H. Ger. rúh hirtus, hirsutus, hispidus, villosus, scaber, asper : O. Du. rouw, rúgh, rú.]
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