un-hírlíc
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adjective
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un-hírlíc
adj. I. fierce, savage, 1. of living creatures Mera mengeo on onsióne máran and un[hý]rlícran ðonne ða elpendas, Nar. 11, 1. 2. of things Ðá cwom ðǽr swíðe micel wind and tó ðæs unheórlíc se wind geweóx ðæt hé ðara úra getelda monige áfylde tum euri uenti tanta uis flantis exorta est, ut omnia tabernacula nostra euerterit, Nar. 22, 28. Unhiérlíc storm of ðæm munte ástág, Blickl. Homl. 203, 7. II. dismal, doleful Ic forht and unrót ðás unhýrlícan fers onhefde mid sange carmina prae tristi cecini haec lugubria mente, Dóm. L. 11. [Leper mas bodi ugli and lathe and unherly, Metr. Homl. 129, 26. O. H. Ger. un-hiurlícha eumenides: Icel. ú-hýrligr frowning.]
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