Etymology
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unworthy (adj.)

mid-13c., unwurði, from un- (1) "not" + worthy (adj.). Similar formation in Middle Dutch onwerdich, Dutch onwaardig, Middle Low German unwerdich, Old High German unwirdig, Old Norse uverðugr. Old English had unweorðlic. Related: Unworthiness.

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Definitions of unworthy

unworthy (adj.)
lacking in value or merit;
dispel a student whose conduct is deemed unworthy
unworthy of forgiveness
unworthy (adj.)
not deserving;
Synonyms: undeserving
unworthy (adj.)
morally reprehensible;
From wordnet.princeton.edu