núallaigid

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Forms: nu[a]llaigem, nualluigh

v g. (1 núall) cries aloud: subj. pr. nu[a]llaigem, gl. ploremus, Ml. 114d3 . imp. nualluigh, Zech. xi 2.

núallán

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Forms: nuallana

n o,m. a loud cry (of sorrow or jubilation): trúag mo nuallán, a Dé, Trip. 106.13 . Buile S. 30.25 cluinte mo nuallan, a De, Ériu ii 56 § 15. rop é nuallán aṅgel find | immon truagan ro bíth and, LL 285a25 ( ZCP xviii 96.15 ). nuallan draidhecht `magical wail', CCath. 4168. nuallan fuinche feochrae, Arch. iii 310 § 9 = núallan foinche dar fiuchra, ZCP xii 361.14 . pl. tursig nuallana . TBC 2391.

nuallann

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adj .i. uasal noble , O'Cl. See 1 úalann, úallann.

núallfadach

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n roaring, howling: iachtach na rón ┐ nualfadach na mbledmil, RC xxviii 310 § 1.

núallfartach

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Forms: nuallfurtach, nuall- furtach, nuallfhartach

n m. roaring, howling: nuallfurtach, Amos viii 3 . guth nuallfartuigh na n-aodhaireadh, Zech. xi 3. nuall- furtach m., O'R. nuallfhartach f., Dinneen.

? núallsa

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n a great thing (?): nuallsa, dá loch 'a great thing: two lakes' Immrama 91 § 63 , Dán do Oide 428 § 63 . nuallsa (nasluaig, v.l.) mor ṅgnim ṅgaile 'great this mighty deed of valour' Fél.2 xiv.54 (Lebar Brecc) . nuallsa .i. oll indso .i. mor indso xxiv . Cf. 1 núall.

? nuanach

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adj. civic, civil? n.¤ .i. catharda, H. 3.18 p. 637 ( O'C. 1375 ).

núar

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n (variant form of núall?) a wail, lament, sorrow: ard aniu an nuar gáir guil grednaigh | fuil a ttír O tToirdhealbhaigh, Cog. 96.3 (line is hypermetric, om. an nuar?). mo nuair-se my sorrow! (interj.), Keat. Poems 1365. mo nuar, 239 . nuar mo chroidhe-se, E. O'Rahilly xv 173 (ed. 1911). See monuar.

núe

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adj. see núa.

núḟiadnaise

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Forms: nufhiadnaise, nua-, nui-

n m. (orig. n.?) and f. (g s. in núfiadnaise, PH 3454 , cf. 3462 , 3528 , 5574 ; ind nufhiadnaise , 5278 , against 15 cases with fem. art.) occas. nua-, nui-.

(a) lit. `new testimony', hence the New or Gospel Dispensa- tion, later also in more limited sense the New Testament; commonly used without article. doairchechain do Christ ┐ do nufiadhnuse, Hib. Min. 3.86 . don eclais cechtarda phetar- laicthi ┐ núfiadnaise, FA 1 (LB), cf. in eclas cechtarda .i. petarlacthi ┐ nuafiadnaise, PH 3658 ; BColm. 2.3 . co tárfad breatha . . . tria núfiadhnaise nóemgloin, Ériu iv 138.10 . na dā recht . . . .i. peterlaicc ┐ núfiadnaise, PH 4552. popul na n-iressach isind nufhiadnaise iar forcetul soscelai, 4576 . doratad forcetul soscela do phopul na nufhiadnaise, 5512 . iar bfogluim canone petarlaice ┐ nuifiadnaisse, Lism.L. 3449 . ardmhaighistir dlighidh nuifhiadhnaisi ┐ shenreachta, FM iii 526.8 . ar cheastaibh an tSeinreachta ┐ na Nuaifhiad- naise, TSh. 3402.

(b) in law tracts recent (contemporary) custom or law, op- posed to that of earlier ages: screapoll . . . do reir na n-arsatan, no trian . . . do reir nufhiadhnaise, Laws v 212.27 Comm. , cf. 284.14 ; Cóic Con. Fug. 48 § 86 and p. 72 n .

núide, nuíde

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adj. see núaide.