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1. U [uː]
2. uðer [uːðɐ] (andere) other; second (of two) =OE óþer
3. unbinden ['ʊnbɪndən] (lösen, auflösen, aufbinden, aufmachen, aufknoten, losbinden) to unbind, untie, undo, release See also: binden =OE unbindan
4. under [ʊndɐ] (+acc./dat.) (unter) under, underneath, below =OE under
5. underjinnen [ʊndɐ'jɪnən] (übernehmen, versuchen) to begin, attempt, undertake, take on See also: bejinnen =OE underginnan
6. Undern ['ʊndɐn] (Undernes pl., gen.) (Vormittag) mid-morning, late morning, forenoon (between 9 a.m. and noon) =OE undern
7. Underniemen [ʊndɐ'niːmən] (Underniemennes gen., Underniemen pl.) (Unternehmen) business, concern, enterprise; undertaking, enterprise, venture; operation =underniemen, cf. DE Unternehmen
8. underniemen [ʊndɐ'niːmən] (undernimþ pres., undernam pret., undernumen pp.) (unternehmen) to undertake, to take on; to take into the mind, receive =OE underniman
9. understanden [ʊndɐ'standən] (understent pres., understuud pret., understanden pp.) (verstehen) to understand =OE understandan
10. undervuun ['ʊndɐvuːn] (aufnehmen) to receive, to accommodate, to take in See also: vuun =OE underfón
11. Unjelimp ['ʊnjəlɪmp] (Unjelimpes gen., Unjelimp pl.) (Unfall) accident =OE ungelimp
12. unjeläred ['ʊnjəlɛːʁət] (ungelehrt) unlearned =OE ungelǽred
13. unjeraim ['ʊnjəʁaɪm] (unzählig) innumerable, countless, numberless, incalculable, immense =OE ungerím
14. unjeseuwenliçh ['ʊnjəzøːwənlɪtʃ] (unsichtbar) invisible =OE ungesewenlíc
15. Unmaines ['ʊnmaɪnəs] (Unmainesse gen., pl.) (Unfähigkeit) incompetence, inability =OE unmægnes
16. unofhangij ['ʊnɔfhaŋi] (unabhängig) independent =un- + ofhangij, calque DE unabhängig
17. Unofhangijhood ['ʊnɔfhaŋihoːt] (Unabhängigkeit) independence See also: Ofhangijhood =un- + Ofhangijhood, calque DE Unabhängigkeit
18. unäðe ['ʊnɛːðə] (kaum) hardly, scarcely =OE unéaþe
19. up [ʊp] (+acc./dat.) (auf) on, upon, onto =OE up, uppan
20. upstaigen ['ʊpstaɪɡən] (aufsteigen) to climb (up), soar (up), rise See also: staigen =OE upstígan
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