intemerate

Related to intemerate: intemperate

intemerate

(ɪnˈtɛmərɪt)
adj
rare not defiled; pure; unsullied
[C15: from Latin intemerātus undefiled, pure, from in-1 + temerāre to darken, violate, from temere rashly]
inˈtemerately adv
inˈtemerateness n
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(63) Though Edward Hodnett recorded the first printing as that of Robert Redman in 1531 for John Lydgate's Lyfe of Our Lady (STC 17025), Pynson used the image in 1497 for Hore intemerate beatissime virginis Marie (STC 15886).
Catholic Church, Hore intemerate Virginia Marie secundum usum Romanum.