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un-twifeald

  • adjective
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Grammar
un-twifeald, adj.
not double (v. twi-feald, IV),
simple, sincere, honest, pure
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  • Nis nán scild trumra wið ðæt tuiefalde gesuinc ðonne mon sié untwiefeald (-twy-, Cott. MSS.)

    nil est ad defendendum puritate tutius,

      Past. 35; Swt. 239, 10.
  • Se untweofealda willa bioþ tó tellenne for fullfremod weorc,

      Bt. 36, 7; Fox 184, 24.
  • Ne magon wé nǽfre gereccan ðone yfelan mon clǽnne and untwifealdne

    malos esse, pure atque simpliciter nego,

      36, 6; Fox 182, 18.
  • Gif hí góde beóþ and hláfordholde and untwifealde

    si probi sunt,

      14, 1; Fox 42, 24.
  • Hí untweofealde treówa gehealdaþ,

      Met. 11, 95.
not double, united, without division
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  • Ðeáh hé hwelcne wæstm forð brenge gódes weorces, gif hé ne bið of gódum willan and of untwiefaldre (-twy-, Cott. MSS.) lufan ongunnen, ne bið hé náwuht

    qui etsi boni operis fructus in suis actionibus proferunt, profecto nulli sunt, quia non ex unitate caritatis oriuntur,

      Past. 47; Swt. 359, 17.
Etymology
[O. H. Ger. un-zwifalt.]
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v.  twi-feald.
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