uaigín, bhaigin

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n a waggon (cf. baigín, P. O'C. ): gluaissit as Rodhān ... cūpla cōiste, tri uaigín, Fl. Earls 26.16 . ro buī immorro sneachta ... ┐ oighreadh ... ann as go nim[th]eōch- diss eachradh ┐ cōistidhe ┐ uaigīnide uile locha ... in tīre, 56.5 . gach riachtanuis coistighi ┐ bhaigīnidhe, 20.30 .

úaignech, uaingech

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Forms: uaigneach

adj o-ā

(a) lonely, solitary, unfrequented (of places): adchí uaidhe ... | Eaglais naomhtha i n-áit uaignigh, A. Ó Dálaigh 1 24 . denadh comnaighi a ninadh uaingeach, Irish Texts v 48.25 . docuaidh fein a n-inadh uaingech, Stair Ercuil 2448 . go n-éirghidís amach ... ar tholchaibh uaigneacha na tíre, TSh. 6033 . Esp. of the desert: isin ditrub uaingech sin, D iv 2, 72ra1 . re himel forgaisi uaingidi, 79ra20 . ag siubal ... na nditrebh n-uaingech, ÉC i 87.22 . a n-díthreabhaibh uaighneacha, ML 64.16 . Of dwelling-places: aga dícleith ... i nuarbhothaibh uaiccneacha, FM vi 2260.11 . Some- times seems to mean private, separate: oirecthar ... tech nóla uaincech (= uaigneach, v.l. uaingneach, CCellaig 326 ), fá a gcomair, SG 54z . Cf. teagh uaigneach óla i mbaile Aodha Í Néill, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 32y . is é is caismeart don ghasraidh ghuagaigh, | rásaoi each is aitreabh uaigneach, Keat. Poems 1372 . ruccadh iad i naireccal uaigneach `into a private apartment,' FM vi 1922z . a n-oireagal n-uaiccnech, Ériu iv 49 § 2 . a n-erber uaingech `in a secret bower,' ZCP vi 27.6 . fuair in n-ingen ... a n-erber uaingech a[c] cluichi, Stair Ercuil 517 . Cf. 1168 . So (of a bed): i leabaidh uaingidh (v.l. uaingigh), Fier. 91 .

Hence quiet, tranquil: Compar.: dala imorro in leite teas do Connachtuib, nir úaignidhe do (i.e. they were in- vaded) ALC i 280.6 = nirbo ciuine doib ┐ nirbo suaimnige, Ann. Conn. 1225 § 14 .

(b) Of persons lonely, reserved (in disposition): stiú- raidh an phlainéid so ar na daoine críon-aosta, uaigneacha `lonely,' Corp. Astron. 62 § 2 . uaigneach aignedh Uí Fhiachrach `reserved,' KMMisc. 246 § 2 . ag sgaoileadh aigneadh úaignech, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 260.72 . Rare, unusual: órthoir uaigneach gach uirsceoil, Arch. Hib. i 100 § xxii . Cf. under (f) below.

(c) Of way of life: beatha uaignech dithreabhach do thabairt ar an aigein fhasaigh, BNnÉ i 156 § 4 .

(d) Of sins secret: Peacadh uaigneach na Comharsan d'ḟoillsiughadh, Donlevy 112 .

(e) Of thoughts secret, private: an té a ḟoillsigheas, gan Riachtanas, lochta uaigneacha Dhuine eile, Donlevy 108 (glossed: folaighthe nó príobháideacha). ní féidir aion-ní [sic] do bheith a bhfolach air, go fiú an smuainidh is uaignidhe (gl.: folúghthe) a gCroidhe an Duine, ib. 20.12 .

(f) of a tale, knowledge, etc. exceptional, rare, strange: sgeul uaigneach `an exceptional tale,' O'Gr. Cat. 627.8 . sgéal beag uaigneach uime sin | inneósad `a curious little story,' TD 12.5 . ní bhínn fiú an énláoi ré a ais | gan ghabhlán n-úaigneach n-éolais `some rare branch of know- ledge,' Studies 1918, 452.9 . do ghobhlán uaingiuch eólais `as a rare branch of knowledge,' TD. 28.4 . is uaiccnech an scel (scribal note), `' RC xiii 2 . comhrádh uaignioch anaithnid, PCT 972 .

(g) mysterious, remote: (of planets) atá a nádúir chomh ... uaigneach ┐ sin, Corp. Astron. 90.6 .

As pred. of cop.: ba huaigneach leis hí (i.e. the island). SG 87.28 . is uaigneach duit, a phuirt na bpríomh-ḟlaith, Keat. Poems 1473 .

Superl.: líonmhar do lucht a thighe | an adhaigh as uaignighe, DDána 85.36 ( Ir. Monthly 1919, 105 ). See also under (e) above.

Adv.:

(a) uaigneach a-taoi a theach na mbráthar, Ir. Monthly 1921, 507.1 ( DDána p. 423 ). With co: sibhse go huagnech, IT ii2 148.8 . créad é an néall so ... do-bheir go huaigneach bruach a síth-leacht, Keat. Poems 1576 . dá acallaim co huaincech `privately,' SG 54.27 (= huaig- neach, CCellaig 306 ). anuair bís ac sibul co húaingech ina thír fein (of a king) privately, alone , Maund. 248 . otcon- nairc se mac h. C. co huaicnech d'es a muintiri alone , Ann. Conn. 1310 § 5 . ní grádh óir ní himshníomh creach | tug a fhagháil go huaigneach, Studies 1928, 69.15 .

(c) do chaith sé a bheatha go huaigneach, agus beagnach gan fhios do'n tsaoghal (of Christ), Donlevy 34.5 .

pn As nickname: Muiredach Uaigneach `the Lonely,' AU i 192 n. 5 .

As subst. a solitary: cuiridh Día an t-uaigneach a tteaghlach, Ps. lxviii 6 .

úaignechas, úaingechas

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n solitude, state of being alone : ar crichnugad a uaingechuis ┐ a urnaighte Celtica xi 211 .

úaignes, uainces

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Forms: úaignes, úainghes

n u, o, m. úaignes úainghes, IGT, Decl. § 38.20 .

(a) solitude, state of being alone : tig siad go maith le beith 'na mbráithre, do bhrigh gur ionmhain leo an t-uaigneas, Corp. Astron. 66 § 6 . ni fognunn cuisle andsa cas sin ... acht aipsdinens ┐ uaignes, Rosa Angl. 44.22 . ní hionann is iad ní iarrann uaigneas, Keat. Poems 1454 . (of Saturn) na daoine ar a stiúrann do chlaonadh chum ... uaignis, ┐ neamhdhúil cuideachtan, Corp. Astron. 62 § 2 . ríoghradh an uaignis annoimh of the unusual loneliness , L. Cl. A. Buidhe 114.93 . co ndeachaidh d'íarraidh uaignesa for Loch Ribh `to seek for solitude,' Mart. Don. July 23 . d'fhaghail uaingis do denum cradhbaid a cein o chaidribh na companach, ÉC i 88.20 . ar faghail uaingis dó `when he was left alone,' ZCP vi 279.20 . bid dúlmhar san uaigneas, Corp. Astron. 66 § 5 . fuair an dream | brath ar a bheith i n-uaignios, in solitude, alone , Studies 1928, 69.14 . do chaith seacht mbliaghna ... a nuaigneas o chaid- reabh daoine, BNnÉ 157 § 6 . Déirdre ..., | ar u.¤ ag nuall- ghol ..., Keat. Poems 672 . cf. 848 .

(b) deserted, lonely condition: (of a dwelling) úaignes a toigh ḟinn Ferghail, IGT, Decl. ex. 886 (= 1571 ). ar uaigneas t'árais má féachtar `thy lonely hall,' DDána 122 .9 ( Ir. Monthly 1921, 508 ). Cf. saltair an abadh na hénar | dob andamh in t-úaigneas, IGT, Decl. ex. 786 . gile na gile do chonnarc ar slighe i n-uaigneas, E. O'Rahilly iv i , i n-uaigneas go dtéid dá chaoineadh, `into solitude' [? apart ] xxxiv 112 .

(c) a lonely place, a desert: na sácramainte is sí an phroinn, | an chruinne an t-uaigneas áluinn `desert,' DDána 20.27 ( Ir. Monthly 1928, 194 ). san uaigneas soin iar ndul duid, DDána 20 ( Ir. Monthly 1928, 193 ). ionann liom gach longphort lán | is uaigneas d'éis mo chompán, Ir. Review 1913, 594.3 . a cneas mar sneachta [i] n-úaigneas `untrodden snow,' Carolan (ITS xvii) 214.176 .

(d) desolation, ruin (lit. a desert or wilderness): do bhéura mé an tír chum uáignis, Lev. xxvi 32 .

(e) a secret place (of a castle): atpert E. ... co rachadh fein d'iaraidh uaingis in caislein ina roibhe Aitilas `the secret place of the castle,' St. Ercuil 1208 . Cf: a n-uainges in fasaigh-so bim `in the seclusion,' ZCP vi 36.29 .

(f) leisure (?) (cf. úain): sāethar īar n-uaignis, ZCP vi 258.27 .

(g) an opportunity or chance (cf. úain): fuair Bibus uainges on espoc, ┐ roimigh co hincleith asin cathraigh `escaped the attention of the bishop,' ZCP vi 295.10 . with AR (FOR) or gen.: co fagdaeis ath agus uaicnes ar imthecht a conair eili uatha sin `to find opportunity,' Celt. Rev. iv 204z (of a host hemmed in by its enemies). Cf. nach bhfuair Bran faill iná fíor-uaigneas ar dhul go Diarmuid, Oss. iii 64.28 . conidh amlaidh-sin fuair S. uainges imthechta `an oppor- tunity to escape,' ZCP vi 292.23 . gan úaingnes iuil oideacht `without any opportunity of learning instruction,' Rel. Celt. ii 256.10 . Cf.: ni maith leam gan ūaigneas do bheith agom ris an mbuidheachas sin ... do athscriobhadh sunn, F v 4 f. 65 i . (note in the hand of Charles O'Conor, 1781).

(h) Attrib. gen.: bean do sir ḟear n-úaigneasa | budh bean ḟir at égmhuissea, IGT, Decl. ex. 1056 .

(i) in phr.: i n-u.¤ in private oppd. to os aird in public: is de sin nach ibhid na Serristinigh fin os aird ... cidhedh ibhit e a n-uaignius openly ... in private , Maund. 128 .

(j) of lying in wait (for): luighid a n-úaignios air a nanmhannaibh féin, Prov. i 18 .

úaignige

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n , f. (úaignech) loneliness: úaignighe a hinber the loneliness of its river-mouths , Anecd. i 25 § 5 .

úaignigid

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v g (úaignech) makes desolate or lonely: do leirg ... ngil | con-gháir t'ḟaighthe do uaignigh `the baying of hounds has made desolate,' Ir. Monthly 1920, 540.4 ( DDána p. 207 ).

úaignigud

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u m. (vn. of úaignigid) act of making desolate, devastating, deserting: nírbh annsa leo ar lár muighe | doimh ag deunamh treabhuire | 'ná bró seng sguaibleabhur sguir | dob fherr d'uaigniughadh fhásuigh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 170.120 . in uair do-chonnaic Láegh in magh dá uaigniugud, Comp.Con.C. 110.26 .

úa(i)gthe

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(later also with prothetic f.) io-iā (pp. of úaigid) joined (e.g. of planks), sewn, stitched, united: inar ... is é úagthe osslethar, LU 6387 . assana uaigti `stitched,' CCath. 5338 . do c[h]uiredar amach ... a laīdenga fuaighthi fīr-ghasta, ML² 652 . cubhachla clárfhuaighte `boarded apartments,' FM vi 2252.10 . atá do ghliocassa fuaithe red thrócaire, Cars- well 201 .

Cf. for múr Echach úaigthe clach | fiche forud ríg Temrach `compact of stones,' Met. Dinds. iv 154.105 (v.l. snaigthi, snaithi, naighti).

uail

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x see bail.

úailbe

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Forms: úalib

n , f. (cf. úalib, Ériu iii 85 § 155 ) fickleness, restlessness: uáilbe et utmaille (gl. iuvenilia desideria), Wb. 30b21 . ar is bés uáilbe is sain aní asberar indi et dogníther (gl. numquid levitate usus sum?), 14c21 . in [= a n-] doc[h]osci fadesin ┐ a n-olc ┐ a n-vallbe (v.l. uaillbae), ZCP iii 452.1 .

Cf. fúailfed.

úailbech

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adj o-ā (cf. úailbe) restless: bad ḟossud, ná bad úailbech (v.l. fualbech, foailbech, fuaillbheach) `let him be steady, let him not be restless,' Ériu iii 96 § 7 .

Cf. fúailfed.