The Anglish Moot
Old English n English
Untailed adj Not furnished with a tail. 2. deprived of a tail.
Untaken pp Not taken by force; not made a prisoner; uncaptured. 2. not confiscated, stolen or plundered.
Untaken-away adj Remaining, not removed or carried away.
Untaken-down adj Not depressed or dampened in spirit.
Untaken-off adj Unsuccessful in idea, concept, product, fashion. 2. still earth-bound: not airborne.
Untaken-up adj Not accepted or embraced. 2. unreceptive to.
Untaking n Not overwhelmed or conquered. 2. undoing, reversing, as in "I have a wife there can be no untaking".
Untalely adj Indescribable.
Untalked adj Not discussed, broached, talked about.
Untall adj Not tall, short, small.
Untame vb To not tamed or made gentle. 2. to not domesticate or train.
Untamed adj Not tamed or subdued. 2. not tamed, wild, undisciplned,
Untamedness n (fig.) of affections: wild and unbridled. 2. untamed by degree: as in the breaking-in of a horse.
Untameness n The state or quality of not being tamed or domesticated. 3. untamedness.
Untanned adj Not subjected to tanning- convert skin into leather by steeping in an infusion of astringent bark. 2. not made brown by the sun or solarium exposure. 3. (colloq.) not thrash a person: : "to tan someone's hide".
Untaught adj Not enlighted or trained by teaching; uninstructed, ignorant. 2. of animals: not trained or tamed. 3. not imparted or acquired by teaching, hence: natural, spontaneous.
Untaughtness n The state of being untaught.
Untawed adj Not yet dressed or prepared, as wood, timber, leather etc.
Unteach vb To cause a person (a person) to forget or discard previous knowledge. 2. to undo previous knowledge or teaching. 3. to remove from the mind (something known or taught) by different teaching.
Unteaching pp The action of causing (a person) to forget or discard previous knowledge.
Unteam vb To unyoke, unhitch, unbridle.
Unteem vb To overburden, destroy. 2. to leave unemptied.
Unteemed adj Unemptied.
Untell vb To count back, days, years etc.
Untelling adj Innumerable, countless.
Unthank n Absence of gratitude or goodwill. 2. unfavourable thought or feeling. 3. ill-will, disfavour, displeasure expressed in actions and words.
Unthank vb To unsay or recall one's thanks to.
Unthank phr "To have unthank" - to convey displeasure or annoyance, offence or injury. 2. unwillingly, compulsorily against a person will or wish; without one's consent; also involuntary.
Unthanked adj Not thanked. 2. not received with thankfulness.
Unthankful adj Not received with thaks; ungrateful or characterised by ingratitude. 2. not very grateful or thankful; unacceptable, unappreciated, thankless, disagreeable. 3. inadequate, insufficient. 4. not rendering thanks; not feeling or exhibiting gratitude; unwelcomed.
Unthankfully adv Ungratefully.
Unthankfulness n} The state or feeling of ungratefulness.
Unthaw vb To not reduce to a liquid form; remain frozen.
Unthede n Stranger, foriegner, outsider.
Unthee vb To fail to thrive or be unsuccessful.
Unthew n A bad habit, custom, quality, a vice.
Unthewed adj Ill-mannered, wanton, unrefined, coarse.
Unthewful adj Unmannerly, unseemingly.
Unthick adj Thin.
Unthickened pp Not thickened, not dense.
Untheivish adj Not inclined to robbery or thievery. 2. honest, trustworthy.
Unthimble vb To rob or deprive one of their watch.
Unthink vb To remove from thought. 2. to annul or reverse by mental effort. 3. to retract in thought. 4. change the mind concerning.
Unthinking n Not having the power of thought. 2. lack, thoughtfulness, acre or attention; heedless, inconsiderate.
Unthinkingly adv Without thought or thinking; unreflectively. 2. carelessly, accidentally.
Unthinkingness n Indifference, indolence, carefreeness.
Unthinned adj Not reduced, decreased or lessened.
Unthirsty adj Not thirsty or wanting of water. 2. uninquisitive, seeking or inquiring, as "Unthirsty for knowledge".
Unthole adv Unendurable.
Untholeful adj Intolerable.
Untholemood n Impatience, intolerance, unforbearance, intholing.
Untholemoodness n THe state or quality of impatience, intolerance, unforbearance.
Unthorny adj Without thorns; free of thorns, thornless.
Unthorough adj Not thorough, searching, scientific, detailed.
Unthought n An absence of thinking or thought. 2. disregard. 3. unexpectancy.
Unthought adj Not thought of, unexpected. 2. not regarded in a certain way. 3. unimagined, not devised in thought, unheedful, disregarded. 4. unpremeditated.
Unthought phr "Unthought of" - unthinkable, inconceivable (and likely to cause disapproval.
Unthoughtful adj Not taking thought. 2. unmindful or regardless of something. 3. unthinking, thoughtless.
Unthrall vb To emancipate, set free, liberate.
Unthralled adj Unemancipated, unfreed, unliberated.
Unthrasted adj Unbeaten, unthrashed, unflogged.
Unthread vb To remove thread or stitching from. 2. (fig.): to disentangle, unthrid, analyse, seek to solve.
Unthreatened pp Not annoyed, vexed or troubled. 2. free from threat or danger; safe and secure.
Unthreatening adj Not threatening or aggressive; safe.
Unthrill vb To not piece, perforate, hole. 2. not be affected with a wave of positive emotion or joy.
Unthrone vb To dethrone, despose.
Unthrough-foreness n Impenetrability.
Unthrough-foresome adj Impenetrable.
Unthrown pp Not thrown or hurled
Unthumbed adj Not polluted by the touch of fingers or thumbs, such as a book.
Untidy adj Showing or characterised by lack of tidiness; not in good condition or order; of an un-neat appearance. 2. untimely, unseasonable. 3. poor (not excellent), unworthy, unseemly.
Untidily adv In a slovenly manner or way. 2. dressing in a dishevelled, neatless appearance. 3. unworthily, poorly, unseemingly.
Untidiness n The state or quality of being untidy in appearance, care or daily living. 2. of not good order, unseemingness, untimeliness.
Untie vb To loosen or undo, as a knot or knotted rope. 2. to release, set free, detach by undoing a cord or similar thing fastening. 2. to free from a confining or encircling cord, band etc. 3. to undo or unfasten a cord or knot. 4. to clear away a difficulty (a knot. fig). 5. to dissolve a bond or union. 5. to become loosened or untied.
Untied adj Not tied or restrained. 2. freed from confinement. 3. unfastened.
Untight n An immoral act or practice. 2. Unsolid, unfirm.
Until prp (First element may be O.N). till; to; as far as; as late as; up till.
Until conj Up to the time that; to the degree that.
Untilled adj Uncultivated, unworked, unlaboured upon, unobtained, untreated, uncured.
Untilward prp Toward(s).
Untimbered adj Not timbered.
Untime n (Also untimes)in an untime; at an unsuitable, improper or wrong time. 2. untimely occurrence, untimeous instance, a bad time, a calamity, an inclement season. 3. untimes, misfortune, affliction.
Untime adj Untimely, ill-timed.
Untimed adj Not timed, not regulated as by time.
Untimeless adj Untimely, not timeless or everlasting.
Untimeliness n The state or quality of being untimely.
Untimely adv Coming before the proper or natural time; premature. 2. of fruit - not properly ripened; immature. 2. of births, deaths etc.: premature, before the proper time; unexpected. 3. unseasonable (in respect of the time of year) of frost, blight: ill-timed, inopportune.
Untiming n Mishap, ill-fortune
Untiming adj Careless, heedless, regardless.
Untine vb OE: sharp, projecting; spec. of antlers. 2. to open; to separate, sever, 3. unsharp, unprojecting.
Untinned adj Of food: not contained or placed in tin.
Untired adj Not tired or exhausted, unwearied, not failing or giving out.
Untiring adj Not wearying or becoming fatigued. 2. of effort:continuing, persisting, enduring to the end.
Untithed adj Land or produce on which no tithe is levied. 2. not receiving tithes.
Unto prp Up to the extent of time that; until. 2. up to, as far as + to, on analogy with until.
Unto-come n Arrival, coming (to a place).
Unto-fore adv Before (sb., God), in the presence of.
Untold adj Not counted or reckoned. 2. not counted out or paid. 3. not enumerated or reckoned up, unaggregated. 4. uncounted, unreckoned because of the amount or number, immense, vast. 5. with pl nouns: the large numbers; numberless. countless, as in "untold millions". 6. unmeasured, unlimited. 7. not related or recounted. 8. not informed of the facts.
Untold adj That cannot be told, not told, revealed or described; inexpressible as " untold misery".
Untongue vb To deprive of (the use of) the tongue; to render speechless.
Untongued adj Destitute of a tongue; tongueless.
Untongue-freed adj Free from stuttering or hestitancy in speech.
Untoomly adv Harshly, hurriedly.
Untooth vb to extract or remove a tooth (or teeth).
Untoothed adj Not having or deprived of teeth.
Untoothsome adj Unpalatable, disagreeable. 2. unpleasant or unattractive to the taste.
Untoothsomeness n State or quality of being unpalatable or unpleasant to the taste.
Untop vb To deprive of a top, roof or any kind of covering.
Untopped adj Topless, uncovered.
Untorn vb Not pulled asunder by force. 2. not torn or lacerated. 3. not taken away by force.
Untoward adj Causing annovance or hindrance; vexatious. 2, not yielding readily, refractory, perverse. 3. uncouth, unbecoming, improper, froward, ill-disposed, awkward, clumsy, ungraceful, ill-suiting, adverse, unfavourable.
Untowardly adv Acting in annoying manner; hindering. 2. unbecomingly, improperly, unskilfully, awkwardly, clumsily, ungracefully, badly. 3. unluckily, unpropititiously (with a likelihood or suggestion of mishap or misfortune. 4. unsuccessfully, unfortunely. 5. rudely, roughly, forwardly.
Untowardliness n Disinclination to be accommodating or pleasant. 2. perversity, obstinacy. 3. lack of good progress or promise, esp. in respect to physical condition. 4. lack of appitude, awkwardness. 5. unpropitousness, adverseness.
Untowen adj Improper, disreputable, wanton, etc. 2. untaught, untrained, unmannered.
Untowenly adv Wantonly.
Untowenship n Wantonness
Untowned adj To be deprived or lacking a town, as in the people of "Sodom and Gommorrah".
Untread vb To retrace.
Untreading n The act of retracing.
Untree vb To deprive of trees and forests, etc.
Untreed adj Without or lacking trees.
Untrim vb To deprive of trimness or elegance. 2. to strip of ornaments. 3. to unbalance.
Untrimmed adj Not in good order or condition. 2. not carefully or neatly arranged or altered. 3. not made trim by cutting, pruning or otherwise reducing to shape. 3. not property balanced.
Untrimmness n The look or condition of being neatly arranged. 2. lacking good order or being properly arranged. 3. unbalanceness.
Untrodden adj Not trodden or stepped on. 2. not traversed; untraversed. 3. down-trodden, subjugated; subjected.
Untroddenness n The state or condition of not being walked on or traversed.
Untroth n Unfaithfulness, treachery. 2. wickedness, mischief. 3. unbelief, false troth or truth. 4. untruthful, dishonest, unfaithful, untrustworthy; lie-ridden.
Untrow vb To lack faith.
Untrowedness n Unfaithfulness.
Untrowful adj Unbelieving, dishonest, unfaithful.
Untrowing adj Faithless.
Untrowness n The quality or characteristic of unfaithfulness, treachery, wickedness.
Untrue adj Lacking truth; not true, not corresponding with fact. 2.not conforming to rule or standard. 3. not adhering to faith, pledge or duty, disloyal. 4. perfidious.
Untrueness n The fact or sate of being untrue.
Untruly adv Not acting or behaving in a manner of truth, adhering to faithfully to pledge, or duty.
Untrum adj Weak, ailing,ill.
Untrumness n The condition or state of being untrim.
Untruth n Unfaithfulness, lack of fidelity, loyalty or honestly. 2. unbelief, lack of faith, falsity, falsehood. 3. false or incorrect state. 4. inexactitude.
Untruther n One who utters untruths.
Untruthful adj Unbelieving, perfidious, untrue. 2. not true, not truthful, not veracious.
Untruthfulness n The quality or lack of being true, veracious, perfidious.
Unturf n Of earth or soil situated or found below the turf.
Unturf vb To dig up.
Untwilled adj Not woven or twilled.
Untwemed adj Undivided, inseparable.
Untwine vb To untwist, undo by untwisting or disentangling. 2. (fig). to unthread, dissolve, undo, part, destroy. 3. to detach, remove, release, extract by untwisting.
Untwining n The act or action of undoing, disentangling, undoing, parting by separating the strains or threads.
Untwined adj Unparted, undivided, unthreaded or unthreading.
Untwist vb Open from a twisted or spiralling state.