un-gewittigness
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un-gewittigness
Substitute: I. madness, rage, frenzy Ðá lócode se leódhata on þone hálgan wer mid weallendum geþóhte and mid ungewittinysse (unwittignysse, v.l.) his þwyran módes quern dum fervido spiritu cum perversae mentis insania fuisset intuitus. Gr. D. 163, 31. Gestillan fram þǽre wédunge and ungewittignesse swá mycelre wælhreów-nysse a tantae crudelitatis insania quiescere, 164, 27. II. insanity: Lǽg þær sum man on his móde gefangen mid ungewittignesse . . . þone swylcne seócne lǽcas nemniað gewitleásne (phreneticum). Gr. D. 247, 13. II a. a mad action, foolish proceeding Hé wæs swíðe wundrigende, and þóhte wǽre sum ungewittignes hé bebeád valde admiratus est, quod quasi insana praeciperet, Gr. D. 58, l.
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