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ucs [uks] n.st.m. ox. An n-class noun. [uhsan]

uft
[uft] adv. oft, often. [ufta]

uft
[uft] n.st.n. (sweet) fruit. Uft is specifically fruit that is sweet – apples, stonefruits, grapes, etc. – as opposed to other fruits such as pumpkins or tomatoes, which fall into the category of “æqarn”. [ubat]

uʒɴ
[ugun] n.w.n. oven. [uhwnaz, ugwnaz]

unðrɴ
[unðran] n.w.n. noon, midday. Synonyms:  meðʌdag.

unðrɴ
[unðran] n.w.n. lunch, noon meal. Synonyms:  meðʌdagmāl. [undurniz]

unðþ
[unþ] n.st.n. wave. [unþiz]

unɴ
[unan] v.t. to grant, to bestow, to wish (something) for (someone), to hope for. See appdx. ii§6d. [unnan:ann]

upnɴ
[upnan] v.t. to open.

upɴ
[upan] adj. open.

utʀ
[utar] n.st.m. (male) otter. [utraz]