úagdae

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x see ógdae.

úage, úaige

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x see óge.

? úaib

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ind Atens uaibh na ndruadh do cheap an ghaois, Ó Bruad. ii 20 . leg. uaimh ? see ib. footnote.

úaibre

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n , f. pride: rogníset úaibre ellach, | Dond Cúailnge is ind Findbennach an arrogant encounter (?), Met. Dinds. iii 370.65 . tre gním n-úabre n-étrocair `by proud and pitiless doings', ib. 46 . cethern nobíd fri hūaibre, ZCP viii 218.3 =fri huaibriu, 333.21 .

úaibrech

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Forms: úabrach, úaibreach, úabrach, huaibrecha

adj o-ā proud, arrogant, vain (cf. úabrach). Accord. to IGT, Decl. § 17 úaibreach is a dialectical form, úabrach the correct one.

pn Of persons: Ri dorigne nem noithech, | ni húaibrech, ... (of God), SR 14 . airig sil uaibrig Adaim, 2738 . do chiniud uaibrech Adaim, LL 6b35 . feart Alaxandair uaibhrigh (a standing epithet), IT ii2 3x . forsan rígh nuaibrech, BNnÉ 322 § 31 . rí uaibhreach anfhlaitheach, TSh. 52 . Lúisifear ... | fear meallta an mhacaoimh uaibhrigh, A. Ó Dálaigh l. 12 . don aingeal uaibhreach (i.e. Lucifer), § 14 . muinntir uaibrech in rig, MR 18.9 . fear magaidh úaibhreach proud scorner , Prov. xxi 24 .

Of horses high-spirited: fri glomraib ... na n-ech n- uaibrech, LB 152b33 . ór agus eich uaibhreacha, TSh. 5963 .

Of things and abstracts: indocbail huaibrech (gl. vana gloria), Ériu vii 172.31 . fri indocbail n-uaibrigh, Ériu vii 136.4 . féuchuin uáibhreach a proud look , Prov. vi 17 . maigri geal a glais úaibrigh ... IGT, Decl. ex. 676 .

With for, ar: géarsam uaibhreach orra sain `though I was haughty to them,' Ir. Monthly 1920, 112.45 ( DDána p. 228 ). Adv. goileann go fíor-uaibhreach, E. O'Rahilly iv 29 .

As subst.: do imearg tú an tuáibhreach, Ps. cxix 21 . leagfuidh an Tighearna tigh an uáibhrigh, Prov. xv 25 . v s f. a uaibrech inchlanda in étraid (to the body), PH 8238 . pl. inna huaibrecha (gl. profanitates gentium), Ml. 75c2 = `,' Ascoli.

úaibrechtach

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Forms: uasbreathaigh

adj o-ā arrogant, proud (?): i clainn uaibrechtaig Adaim, Rawl. 77b9 = uasbreathaigh , BB 9a13 .

úa(i)brige

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n , f. (úaibrech) pride, arrogance: allud ┐ uabrige, LL 234b12 ( TTr. 1301 ). re huaibrige a aicenta, MR 258.8 . nír b'inann duine agus D. ar a uaibrige re esgcáirdib, Caithr. Thoirdh. 34.25 . caidhe neach dá uaibhrighe | ris nach sgar bean a intleacht ?, Dánta Gr.² 52.3 . (ní fhuil acht cré) i n-aon-chuid dod chaomh-chorp dá uaibhrighe dhó, Keat. Poems 315 .

úaibrigidir

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Forms: runuaibrigestar

v g (uaibrech)

(a) treats insolently, profanes, mocks: Perf. sg. 3 runuaibrigestar (gl. quos ... profana- verat), Ml. 73b10 .

(b) mocks, in sense of making vain, frustra- ting: huaibrigfidir (gl. [omni successu] frustrabitur), 109b8 .

úaibrigiud

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Forms: huaibrigiud, huaibrigud

m. (vn. of úaibrigidir) act of frustrating: int huaibrigiud (gl. frustratio [tantae impugnationis]), Ml. 67d18 . d s. huand huaibrigud (gl. frustratione), 63c2 .

úaibrigthe

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io-iā (pp. of uaibrigidir) n p m. a n-at n-uaibrigthi in baesai cosecarthi (gl. profanatis ritibus sacris) Ml 100c16 - 17 .

úaichle

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Forms: túaichle

n [, f.] pride, vainglory: uaichle .i. úallcha `pride,' O'Cl. Cf. túaichle prudence, astuteness . gan chath iar n-echtaib uaichle, BB 37b13 .