úachtarán

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n (somet. úachtrán) o, m. (úachtar)

(a) a head, a leader, a chief: Rosa Failghe an crotha caoimh | uachtaran cloinne Cat[h]aoir, LL 394.9 . Tomás mac Sémuis mic Piaruis ... uas Builtéraibh 'na u.¤ L.Cl. A. Buidhe, 2.28 . ardthrétuir, ┐ u.¤ lochta aidhmillte chóiccidh Chonnacht leader of the plunderers , FM v 1818.12 . bíd ullamh chum bheith 'na n-uachtaránaibh (of people born under the planet Sol), Corp. Astron. 80 § 21 . clár nocha bí gan bhranán, | ní bhí ál gan uachtarán `there is no brood without a leader,' Studies 1924, 243.15 . úachdaráin na sagart the chief priests , Matt. xxi 15 .

(b) a president or governor: baoi U.¤ ... ós cionn Tire A. ..., mar uachtarán `as a president,' Hy Fiachr. 328.8 . búi i n-a árd-guibernōir ┐ i n-a ú.¤ ō rīgh na Spāinne uassan gcathraig sin, Fl. Earls 94.16 . guibernōir Spāinneach ba huachtarān sa mbaili, ib. 44.4 . dála an Uachtaráin ... | chum a déinsi ag reic mo sgéal, TD 22.14 .

(c) a ruler, overseer: feadhmannach, nó ú.¤ overseer or ruler , Prov. vi 7 . déna u.¤ díobh ós cionn máirnéisi, Gen. xlvii 6 . an uáir phécaidheas u.¤ , Lev. iv 22 .

(d) a religious superior: maille le húmhlacht a uach- taráin `in obedience to his Superior,' FM i lxviii 8 . ar aithne m'uacthráin, MS. Mat. 550.14 . daoine riaghalta; ... go mbí a dtoil ceangailte ar thoil a n-uachtaráin, TSh. 5116 . neach díbh do bheith ina u.¤ i mainistir ele, ITS xvi 34.10 . aroile canānach·ba huachtarān issin sēpēl, Fl. Earls 136.4 . cuiriss ... teachtaireacht go huachtarān na heguilsi, ib. 50.18 . an fhírinne do cheilt air ar nu.¤ dlisdionach `lawful superior,' Donlevy 72 . persecution ... a ndeghaidh prinnsa ┐ uacht- arāin na n-apstal naomhtha .i. Petar, Fl. Earls 206.17 . Somet. qualified by gs. cille: iarradh an taisiocóir comhairle air an uachtarán cille spiritual superior , Donlevy 106 . an tan do bheirid na huachtaráin cille cead uighe d'ithe, ib. 118 .

(e) Freq. in religious poetry: u.¤ naomh-ógh nimhe `the Lord of Heaven's holy virgins,' A. Ó Dálaigh xv 5 . is é as u.¤ orra (of St. Michael), Dán Dé xiv 12 ( YBL 371b ).

(f) a master, a teacher: náir dhúinn 's ní dúinn as ra- náir | mo sgol más iad m'uachtaráin `my scholars being set above me,' Ir. Monthly 1923, 586.8 .

Oppd. to íochtarán: idir u.¤ ┐ íochtarán, both high and low (of upper and lower grades of society), TSh. 82 .

In: an lá so d'aois an uachtarán `this day of our era' E. O'Rahilly xlii 32 .

With a gs. denoting some abstract quality (in which a person excels): Conn ... uachtaran einich ocus engnamha Ghaoidheal Laighean, ALC ii 174.8 .

úachtaránacht

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Forms: úachtarántacht

n (úachtarán), úachtarántacht ā, f. authority, power (eccles. and civil): gach uile ūachtdaranachd ┐ gach uile chumhachd, 1 Cor. xv 24 . ós cionn gach uile uach- daranáchda, Eph. i 21 . an ti as eagnaidhe do chur a n-uachtaranacht na heaglaise, MS. Mat. 583.10 = Gen. Tr. p. 30 . ma atá uachtaránacht nó cumhachta aige ós a gcionn, Donlevy 110x . Of a castle: caisslēn ... ag a ffuil cennus ┐ uachtarānacht ar in gcathraigh uile, `commanding and having power over,' Fl. Earls 40.6 , cf. ib. 74.17 ; 90.22 ; 96.12 . cf. ionadh āirigthe ar nach roibhi cennus nō u.¤ ... ag ēn-duine, ib. 124.21 .

úachtarántacht: ag an bPápa atá uachtarántacht ar an Eagluis, Eochairsg. 6.16 . do dhéuna sé uachtarántacht ort `he shall rule over thee,' Gen. iii 16 . tucc uachtarán- tacht dó ar nuimir airidhe do chédaibh saighdiuiridhe `he gave him the command of some hundreds of soldiers,' FM vi 2056.2 .

úachtlan

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ind uachtlan (gl. saluber, -bris, -bre), Ir. Gl. 1064 . Windisch, in his Wörterbuch, takes this to be for úag-shlán.

úachtlanaide

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Forms: uachtlanaidhe

ind uachtlanaidhe (gl. celeber, -bris, -bre), Ir. Gl. 1063 .

1 úad

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x see óidid.

2 úad

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x g s.: see .

? 3 úad

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adj foglana cach nuad nanglan, Nero A vii p. 149a ( O'Don. 2217 ). Accord. to O'Don. Suppl. put for ógh pure, perfect .

4 úad

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prefixed form of prep. ó used in artificial trans- lations of Lat. ab and Lat. re: see Thurn. Hdb. 475 and exx. below. See also úat—

5 úad

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since, hence see 1 ó IX (b 2).

úadadbar

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ind (4 úad + adbar, EIF 50-51 ) In phr. úadadbar cineda heredity, breeding : fo bith sguir ocus imcoiméta ocus uadabar cinadha, O'Don. 864 (< H. 3. 17 c. 616 ). The gl. on uadabar cinada is: .i. adbar aneich ór chinestar .i. cullaighe ┐ tairbh ┐ reithedha.

úadaib

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ind luighi orrtha nach feadadar edaingni na nuadhaib, O'C. 296 . (< H. 3. 18 p. 162 ). (? read: ina n-udmaib, Plummer MS notes).