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ūht [úht] n.w.n. night just before daybreak, pre-dawn; 3:00am – 6:00am. Synonyms: fūrþemʀ. See appdx. vi. [ūhtuz]

ūneversetǣðþ
[úneversetéþ] n.w.f. university. [lat. universita]

ūns
[úns] n.w.n. ounce, oz., ℥. [lat. uncia]

ūp
[úp] adv. up. Synonyms: ūpþra, ūpverðþ. [ūp(p)]

ūp(an)
[úp(an)] prp. on, on top of, onto. Used only when an object is on (the) top of something. When it is not, [on the wall, on the side, &c.] an is used. Ūp is horizontal; an is vertical. The two are often combined, as in english “upon”.

ūpɴ
[úpan] prp. from above.

ūp·drītɴ
[úpdrítan] v.t. to break, to ruin, to screw up. Slightly vulgar. Class 1: conj. like drītɴ.

ūp·gaŋɴ
[úpgangan] v.i. to go up, to ascend. Class 7: conj. like gaŋɴ.

ūp·hlaðɴ
[úpglaðan] v.t. to upload.

ūp·lᵫftɴ
[úplyften] v.t. to lift.

ūp·slagɴ
[úpslagan] v.t. to beat, to beat up. Class 6: conj. like slagɴ.

ūp·speʒɴ
[úpspewgun] v.t. to vomit, to spew (up). Class 1: conj. like speʒɴ.

ūpþra
[úpþra] prp. up, upwards. Synonyms: ūp, ūpverðþ.

ūp·vacɴ
[úpvakan] v.t. =vacɴ.

ūpverðþ
[úpverþ] adv. up, upward(s). Synonyms: ūp, ūpþra.

ūpverðþ
[úpverþ] adj. upward.

ūp·værmɴ
[upvermen] v.t. to warm up. Synonyms: hǣtværmɴ.

ūr
[úr] prp. out of, made from, from, outside of. [ūz]

ūr
[úr] n.st.m. aurochs. [ūraz, ūruz]

ūt
[út] adv. out. Synonyms: ūtþra, ūtverðs. [ūt]

ūt·anɴ
[útanan] v.t. to exhale. Class 6: conj. like anɴ. [ūt + anɴ]

ūt·daʒɴ
[útdawgun] v.i. to die out, to become extinct. Class 6: conj. like daʒɴ. [ūt + daʒɴ]

ūtdaʒӿ
[útgawgung] n.w.f. extinction, annihilation.

ūt·fāhɴ
[útfáhan] v.t. to arrest. Class 7: conj. like fāhɴ.

ūtfāhӿ
[útfahang] n.w.n. arrest.

ūtfāhӿ·bǣgɴ
[útfahangbégan] v.t. to resist arrest.

ūtfrīnðþ
[útfrínþ] n.w.m. extended family member. Usually refers to aunts, uncles, cousins, and more distant relations. See appdx. v.

ūt·ieðɴ
[útjeðan] v.t. to weed out, to pluck out.

ūtgaŋ
[útgang] n.st.n. exit.

ūt·gaŋɴ
[útgangan] v.i. to exit, to go out. Class 7: conj. like gaŋɴ.

ūt·gravɴ
[útgravan] v.t. to dig up, to dig out, to exhume. Class 6: conj. like gravɴ.

ūt·metɴ
[útmetan] v.t. to measure (out). Class 5: conj. like metɴ. [uz-metan]

ūtɴ
[útan] prp. from without, from the outside.

ūtɴ
[útan] adv. outside.

ūtʀ
[útar] prp. except. used with genitive.

ūt·tœ̄mɴ
[úttømen] v.t. to empty out.

ūt·þeŋcɴ
[útþenken] v.t. to think out, to think through, to analyze.

ūtþra
[útþra] prp. out, towards the outside. Synonyms: ūt, ūtverðþ.

ūtþrablōðþgaŋ
[útþrabloþgang] n.st.n. artery. Cf. enðrablōðþgaŋ.

ūt·væln
[útvelan] v.t. =væln.

ūtverðþ
[útverþ] adv. out, outward(s). Synonyms: ūt, ūtþra.

ūtverðþ
[útverþ] adj. outward.


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