un-gerýdelíce
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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un-gerýdelíce
adv. Violently, with impetus Cwæð se Hǽlend: 'Ic geseah ðone sceoccan swá swá scínende líget feallende ádún dreórig of heofonum,' for ðam ðe hé áhreás ungerýdelíce, Hexam. 10; Norm. 18, 7. Ða felga bióþ fyrrest ðære eaxe, for ðæm hí faraþ ungerýdelícost (-réde-, Cott. MS. v. (?) un-gerǽdelíce), Bt. 39, 7; Fox 222, 21. [Þe meiden reat him mitte raketehe unrudeliche, Jul. 54, 1. Ha þe dintede unrideli o rug, O. E. Homl. i. 281, 27. Þer as þe rogh rocher unrydely watȝ fallen, Gaw. 1432. If any of his feris raged with him unridly, Alex. (Skt.) 638. Þen rekils it unruydly, & raynes doune stanys, 566. And oferr warrp þær i þe flor unnriddlig þeȝȝare bordess, Orm. ii. p. 419.]
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