up-weard
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Adverb
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up-weard
adv. Upwards, up. 1. of motion, a. from a lower to a higher point Ðá gewende eal se sang upweard tó heofenum, Homl. Th. ii. 548, 14: Elen. Kmbl. 1609; El. 806 (? v. preceding word). b. up into a country. v. up, I. a 1 Swegen wende intó Humbran múðan, and swá uppweard andlang Tréntan, Chr. 1013; Erl. 147, 18. 2. of reckoning, in the calendar, upward, backward Swá fela daga tell ðú fram Martins mónðes ende upweard ... Rím swá fela daga upweard fram pridie Kl. Martii, and ic ðé secge tó gewissum, ðonne ðú cymð tellende tó .vii. id. Martii, ðonne gemétst ðú ðǽr lunam primam, Anglia viii. 327, 9-13. Tellaþ þreó and twéntig daga fram æfteweardum Martium upweard, 329, 28. [Cnihtes eoden upward, cnihtes eoden adonward, Laym. 15244. Kasten upward (sursum) ... dranen dunewardes, Kath. 1964. To climben upward, A. R. 72, 20. Ha biheold uppard, Jul. 74, 14. Reccnedd uppwarrd (back) and dunnwarrd, Orm. 2056.]
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